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  • AAAhhhhhhh!! Cannot think that far back. I say a little prayer for you - Aretha Franklin.
  • Top Ten from 1970 1. Bridge Over Troubled Water, Simon and Garfunkel 2. (They Long To Be) Close To You, Carpenters 3. American Woman/No Sugar Tonight, The Guess Who 4. Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head, B.J. Thomas 5. War, Edwin Starr 6. Ain't No Mountain High Enough, Diana Ross 7. I'll Be There, Jackson 5 8. Get Ready, Rare Earth 9. Let It Be, The Beatles 10. Band Of Gold, Freda Payne
  • "You Should Be Dancing" by the Bee Gees. Wow, I feel old! LOL
  • The Lion Sleeps Tonight
  • Kiss on My List by Hall and Oats.
  • 1980: The number one song of the year was "Call Me" by Blondie.
  • Aretha Franklin - Respect [1967]
  • Top songs in 1984--I even know a few of these songs haha Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson - Say, Say, Say Yes - Owner of a Lonely Heart Culture Club - Karma Chameleon Van Halen - Jump Kenny Loggins - Footloose Phil Collins - Against All Odds Lionel Richie - Hello Deniece Williams - Let's Hear It for the Boy Cyndi Lauper - Time After Time Duran Duran - The Reflex Prince - When Doves Cry Ray Parker Jr. - Ghostbusters Tina Turner - What's Love Got to Do With It John Waite - Missing You Prince - Let's Go Crazy Stevie Wonder - I Just Called to Say I Love You Billy Ocean - Caribbean Queen (No More Love on the Run) Wham! - Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go Hall and Oates - Out of Touch Madonna - Like a Virgin
  • "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" by Marvin Gaye
  • Faith- George Michael 1988
  • Top songs of 1983 "Down under"-Men at work "Africa"-Toto "Baby Come To Me"-Patti Austin with James Ingram "Billie Jean"- Michael Jackson "Come On Eileen"- Dexy's Midnight Runners "Beat It"- Michael Jackson "Let's Dance" - David Bowie "Flashdance..What A Feeling" - Irene Cara "Every Breath You Take" - The Police "Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)" - Eurythmics "Maniac" - Michael Sembello "Tell Her About It" - Billy Joel "Total Eclipse Of The Heart" - Bonnie Tyler "Islands In The Stream" - Kenny Rogers with Dolly Parton "All Night Long" - Lionel Richie "Say Say Say" - Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson
  • Actually I looked it up and the #1 song as of May 2 1956 was Heartbreak Hotel by Elvis http://www.joshhosler.biz/NumberOneInHistory/SelectMonth.htm
  • "Dat Ole Black Magic," by the Glenn Miller Band. Weird, huh? LOL!
  • I've Got My Mind Set On You - By- George Harrison -This song is so very appropriate for the occasion.
  • The week/month I was born it was "He's So Fine" by The Chiffons. The number one song of the year was "Sugar Shack" by Jimmy Gilmer and the Fireballs, according to Billboard (1963).
  • I Love Rock and Roll ~ 1982
  • Jimmy Dorsey - "Green Eyes" (#1- Sept. 1941) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2n2aaghnM0
  • I'm a Believer by the Monkees was number 1 for six weeks, that's longer than any other song that year, according to Billboard Magazine. I think I like Sweet T's choice better.
  • I love it!!
  • Hey Jude - The Beatles
  • 1957: Love Me, by Elvis Presley The Top Albums Of 1957: 1.Around The World In 80 Days - Soundtrack 2.Loving You - Elvis Presley 3.Love Is The Thing - Nat King Cole 4.Elvis Christmas Album - Elvis Presley 5.Ricky - Ricky Nelson
  • aswad dont turn around
  • World Without Love by Peter and Gordon. In the month of the year I was born.
  • The Fat Man by Fats Domino, and this is news to me and i never heard this song till now. 1950 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICq9lEqj4cI
  • these were the top songs in 89 baby!!! Another Day in Paradise - Phil Collins Baby Don't Forget My Number - Milli Vanilli Batdance - Prince Blame It on the Rain - Milli Vanilli Cold Hearted - Paula Abdul Don't Wanna Lose You - Gloria Estefan Don't Worry Be Happy - Bobby McFerrin Eternal Flame - The Bangles Forever Your Girl - Paula Abdul (Girl) I'm Gonna Miss You - Milli Vanilli Good Thing - Fine Young Cannibals Hangin' Tough - New Kids on the Block If You Don't Know Me By Now - Simply Red I'll Be Loving You (Forever) - New Kids on the Block I'll Be There for You - Bon Jovi Like a Prayer - Madonna Listen to Your Heart - Roxette The Living Years - Mike + The Mechanics The Look - Roxette Lost in Your Eyes - Debbie Gibson Miss You Much - Janet Jackson My Prerogative - Bobby Brown Right Here Waiting - Richard Marx Rock On - Michael Damian Satisfied - Richard Marx She Drives Me Crazy - Fine Young Cannibals Straight Up - Paula Abdul Toy Soldiers - Martika Two Hearts - Phil Collins We Didn't Start the Fire - Billy Joel When I'm with You - Sheriff When I See You Smile - Bad English Wind Beneath My Wings - Bette Midler
  • Eye of The Tiger. I think the band is Survivor.
  • "Call me" by Blondie 1980. Great song.
  • This was the top song the year I was born. Can you name the year?
  • All shook up by Elvis.
  • Whole Lotta Love - Led Zeppelin
  • I'm so old that I don't think they had a number one song, but if they did it will have been a really boring ballad.
  • Mack The Knife, one of the coolest songs ever.
  • when i was born the number one was i love to love by tina charles.
  • This was, in the UK -
  • Here's a cool site. It will tell you the name of the Number 1 song on the day you were born or any other particular day: http://www.joshhosler.biz/NumberOneInHistory/SelectMonth.htm
  • top songs of '91 everything i do i do for you - bryan adams black or white - michael jackson gonna make you sweat - c&c music factory unbelieveable - emf more than words - extreme right here right now - jesus jones good vibrations - marky mark & the funky bunch it aint over til its over - lenny kravitz
  • I was born 1981 physical olivia n t john whip it devo jessie girl rick springfield america neid diamond women john lennon rapture blondie hit me with your best shot pat benatar another one bites the dust queen bete davis eyes kim carnes
  • Probably Michael Jackson or something. If you were an 80s baby it was probably Mike Jackson. Thats funny that like your sign. Like what song were you born under. I was born in the year of the Thriller. hahah
  • The Sign - Ace of Base, apparently. I've never even heard it.
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rh0NZa0WMJQ Became a stagehand and worked some of Harry James shows in the late 60's

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