70s 80s is not very clear firstly. Is it 70s or 80s or 70s/80s?
My only suggestion is Creedence Clearwater Revival and that you are thinking of 'Proud Mary'. NOTICE USE OF QUOTES TO HIGHLIGHT title.
The song is called "Thirteen" it's sung by the band Big Star.
There wasn't, unless they were obscure enough that they wouldn't show up on Google.
One such song:"Brother Louie" by a group called Stories. It came out in the early 70s.
If you mean "I Got A LINE on You Babe, it was a group called Spirit, from 1969
Scottish Group Pilot in the 70s
The Fifth Dimension did a song called "The Age Of Aquarius" in the 70s.
Drew Sidora sampled "For the Love" from a song called "Straight from the Heart" by Con Funk Shun, an R&B group from the '70s. This song was also sampled in a song called "Anything 4 Ya Love" by Latif. Hope this helps!
"She Loves To Be In Love" was a late 70s song by a band called Charlie.
two different songs: Edward Bear-1973 Elton John-1992
Little EVA The 70s hit version was by Grand Funk Railroad.
That line is from an early 70s song called "Rings," originally by a group named Cymmaron. There was also a popular cover version by Lobo.
The song is "Love Is Here" by The Futures. I heard it on the radio one day last week and called the station to find out the name of the group. Yes, it is truly a beautiful song.
It was Cheap Suits- the song was actually called 'Punk Rock Love Song'. Led Zeppelin released a song called 'Thank You' on their second album in 1970, but obviously this wasn't punk.