It has always puzzled me how an artist or group could sometimes have a megahit and we never hear from them again. Especially if they wrote it. As a final authority I'll use the Billboard Top 40 charts because that should narrow the field to songs most everyone is familiar with. In some cases, an artist could have had another minor regional hit that no one ever heard of. I know of a One Hit Wonder where the group had two other hits in the South but people on the west coast would have never heard them. I will try to make the questions somewhat difficult to attract multiple answers or guesses. Each day I will update this thread with the previous day's answer and a new question. Correct answers should contain the correct title and artist as it appeared on the record or chart. Give yourself a gold star if you know it and a silver star if you want to take the time to research it. Good luck and have fun! 9/15/18 This song is from 1965. The artist was first married to Donna Rankin and had a daughter named Christy. He started trying to write songs at night while working day jobs like a waiter, assembly line worker and truck driver. He got into the "biz" as an assistant to the A&R man at Specialty Records. His first solo effort "Wearing Black" was released on Specialty in 1959 under the name Don Christy. In 1962 he co-wrote a song that would be a #13 hit for an English group in 1964. His first solo hit reached #10 as a One Hit Wonder.