Posts tagged: No. 1 songs
This was the No. 1 song on the day you arrived.
Even without actually hearing it, this might get stuck in your head. Of course, you don't speak French. So you'll mostly be going over the first part. Over and over.
This was the No. 1 song on the day you were born.
Once during an interview with Richard Carpenter, Terry Gross of public radio's “Fresh Air” was a bit too open about how dreadfully uncool The Carpenters were in the eyes of many back in the day. Carpenter didn't really appreciate it. And though Gross was absolutely right, the moment struck me as a misstep on her part. But take my word for it. If you do something practically every day that's going to happen.
“I Think I Love You” by the Partridge Family was the No. 1 song when you arrived on the scene.
Find this illustration a tad tame? Well, the meeting of the I Remember Susan Dey Club was last year.
Different pop chart lists vary on the exact timing by a few days.
This song was No. 1 on the day you were born.
So songs like “Sugar Shack,” No. 1 on this date in 1963, were about to disappear from the No. 1 slot.
This was the No. 1 song on this date in 1976.
For a short time, when I lived in Memphis, I lived next door to the lead singer's sister.
And when we were dating, my wife-to-be and I used to go a restaurant run by another member of The Box Tops (the guy in the yellow and olive top).
That's what I think of when I hear that song on an oldies station.
This was the No. 1 song on the radio when you reported for duty.
John Denver's “I'm Sorry” was the No. 1 song on the radio when you arrived on the scene.
On a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the highest superlative, how would you rate this song?
This was the No. 1 song on the radio when you got hitched.
When I interviewed him after a concert even earlier in his career, I think I addressed him as “Bill.”
Ages ago, I thought “At Home With Mariah” could have been a decent “SNL” skit. It would not have been a flattering portrait of the bosomy pop diva. Every time someone said something to her, she would have responded with annoying melismatic singing.
This was the No. 1 song on the radio.
Thought about dropping in a youtube link here. But why bother? Chances are, you already know every note.
This was the No. 1 song on the radio at that time. Well, the regular version anyway.
This was the No. 1 song serenading your arrival.
I wonder if some baby girls got named after this.
This was the No. 1 song on the radio when you arrived.