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They go back to 1900 on the website I use. #1 was Ma Tiger Li ly.
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Hello everyone,

I was born in 1966 and to my knowledge the top 5 songs were The Ballard of the Green Berets, Cherish, You're My Soul and Inspiration, Reach Out I'll Be There

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19471948 »Position  Artist Song Title

« 194619471948 »
1Francis CraigNear You
2HarmonicatsPeg O' My Heart
3Ted WeemsHeartaches
4Ray Noble and Buddy ClarkLinda
5Tex WilliamsSmoke, Smoke, Smoke That Cigarette
6Vaughn MonroeI Wish I Didn't Love You So
7Three SunsPeg O' My Heart
8Al JolsonAnniversary Song
9Larry GreenNear You
10Sammy Kaye

That's My Desire

 

The year 1947

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The records kept for top songs don’t go back far enough for me!

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thanks for the advice but still didn't work for me they need to make it simple for a computer dummy like me

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1949

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I’ve Got a Gal in Kalamazoo   Glenn Miller   #2 in 1942

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I used to think that Kalamazoo was not a real place.  Everyone seemed to want to go there to escape.

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For 1935:
1. "Can the Circle Be Unbroken (Bye and Bye)" – Carter Family
2. "I Want to be a Cowboy's Sweetheart" – Patsy Montana and the Prairie Ramblers
3. "Just Because" – Shelton Brothers
4. "Ole Faithful" – Gene Autry
5. "St. Louis Blues" – Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies
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@maherasbayyou need to go to reply. Click on it to open the reply box and enter year along with songs. Then click on post.

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