What was the #1 song on the day you were born... - page 2

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  1. by   Heather333
    Seems like more of a "#1 on the Day You Were Conceived" kind of song! ............

    :roll
  2. by   semstr
    wooden heart by Elvis
  3. by   pickledpepperRN
    I'm too old too.
    The first hit song I remember was "A Tisket- a Tasket" ( I list my yellow basket) sung by Ella Fitzgerald.
    My first favorite song was "Goodnight Irene" by the Weavers.
    Bad enough with the words, "If Irene turns her back on me, I'll jump in the river and drown."

    My sisters was Even worse, "Please Release Me". It was a country song that drove my Dad nuts. She was an adorable 4 year old singing the line, "To live together is a sin, release me and let me love again."
  4. by   Stargazer
    Oooohh, fun!

    '(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction' by The Rolling Stones.
  5. by   debyan
    Well if that doesn't burst your bubble to find out you were born before they even kept records of number one songs! Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves, by Cher was number 1 when i was 18, sounds like my in-laws deb
  6. by   prmenrs
    Too old, too, no surprise!
  7. by   eltrip
    July 17, '63

    "Easier Said Than Done" by Essex

    I remember when "Bad Blood," "Your Kiss Is On My List," & "You Light Up My Life." came out. Warbled along with the radio on all of them.

    You're makin' me feel old & I'm not even 40 yet! Stop it, I say, stop it! Fun songs, though.
  8. by   FullMoonMadness
    On the day i was born.
    Flying Purple People Eater. So i'll go with my lifes themes, Silly Love Songs, By Paul McCartney and Wings
  9. by   recnurse1
    Thanks alot, J-RN ! {sigh} now you force me to see the light! Too old for American charts .... British.... Three Coins in the Fountain by Frank Sinatra! Never cared for 'Frankie' much. 1954 also...
  10. by   natsfanrn
    "Michael" by The Highwaymen (US)
    "Johnny Remember Me" by John Leyton (UK)

    Don't know either of those songs, but I guess songs about guys were big that day...

    --karen
  11. by   RN2B4SUR
    U.S. No.1 on the 11th November 1974 was... You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet by
    Bachman Turner Overdrive
  12. by   ShandyLynnRN
    Don't Go Breaking My Heart by
    Elton John and Kiki Dee

    Same for both charts.... hey KC chick! we share the same b-day!

    One Sweet Day by
    Mariah Carey with Boyz II Men, was my son's

    on my 18th b-day it was:
    I'll Make Love to You by
    Boyz II Men

    (and it says that the song number one on your 18th b-day is supposed to be your life's themesong???)
  13. by   tiger
    the U.S. No.1 on the 12th January 1965 was... I Feel Fine by
    The Beatles--thanks! that's neat.

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