“Groovin'” is a song that was recorded by American pop-rock band, The Young Rascals. It’s often associated with the “Summer of Love” (which occurred in the summer of 1967), when almost 100,000 people, mostly young hippies, converged together in San Francisco.

In 1999, it was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame, recognizing its lasting cultural and artistic significance.

On this very day, May 26th 1967, it was the #1 song in America, topping Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. If you’d like to have a listen, please feel free to use the provided link. Released in April 1967, here’s the YOUNG RASCALS, with “GROOVIN’”…