This was a fun poll. Over 1,000 fans cast votes choosing their three favorite songs from The Monkees' first album without Peter Tork, 1969's Instant Replay. "I Won't Be the Same Without Her," "While I Cry," and "You and I" often traded places for the top slot. But in the end, it was Michael's plaintive ballad, "While I Cry," recorded at RCA Victor in Hollywood over two days in January 1968, that came away as the winner.
Honorable mention goes to the sometimes divisive "Shorty Blackwell," Micky's ode to his cat, which was the one track that slowly but surely gained steam as time passed, ultimately finishing with 7% of the vote.