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as usual the site doesn't work no place to put a year in
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1951:

 

Too Young                                  Nat King Cole

Because of You                         Tony Bennett

How High the Moon                  Les Paul & Mary Ford

Come on-a My House              Rosemary Clooney

Be My Love                               Mario Lanza

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1) Rock Around The Clock – Billy Haley & His Comets 2) The Yellow Rose Of Texas – Mitch Miller 3) Mr. Sandman – The Chordettes 4) A Blossom Fell – Nat King Cole 5) Honey-Babe – Art Mooney

1955  (the year Einstein died; never had the chance to meet him)

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Gee, At least I've heard of the ones listed for you guys!

 

The ones for 1948 are strangers to me:

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Pee Wee Hunt

Twelfth Street Rag

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Peggy Lee

Manana

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Bing Crosby

Now Is The Hour

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Margaret Whiting

A Tree In The Meadow

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Jon and Sondra Steele

My Happiness

 

 YIKES! I think I may know Now is the Hour by Bing, but that's the only one. N.

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I don't know if these are the top 5 but they are the first ones I found for 1942.

 

Chattanooga Choo Choo - Glenn Miller

A String of Pearls - Glenn Miller

Blues in the Night - Woody Herman

Moonlight Cocktail, Glenn Miller

Tangerine - Jimmy Dorsey

 

I guess this explains my love of big band music.

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For  1960 :

1.  Theme  From  A  Summer  Place

2. He'll  Have  To  Go

3. Cathy's  Clown

4.  Running  Bear

5.  Teen  Angel

 

This  is  all  according  to  Billboard  Magazine.

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I don't know. But I was born in 1963 Nancy

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What were the top 5 songs of your birth year? If someone has already used your year year that and 5 more songs for that year. 

 

For me it is 1943.

1. Paper Doll – Mills Brothers
2. Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’ – Bing Crosby
3. As Time Goes By – Rudy Vallee
4. Oklahoma! – Alfred Drake
5. I’ve Heard That Song Before – Harry James with Helen Forrest

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