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    Daydream. "One Sweet Day" with Boyz II Men stayed at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 for a record breaking 16 consecutive weeks. The record has yet to be broken. "Always Be My Baby" was was the most played song on the radio the year is was released.

    Here's that first hit record The Four Tops had in 1964 with 'Baby I Need Your Loving.' - The Tops were right up there at the top of the heap on the Mowtown label with The Temps and The Miracles.

    Top 100 Songs Ever: #79 - The Chain

    Peter Frampton performs Baby, I Love Your Way, not sure of the year. Great song.

    "Wicked Game" is a 1989 song by Chris Isaak from his third studio album Heart Shaped World. Despite being released as a single in 1989, it did not become a hit until it was later featured in the David Lynch film Wild at Heart (1990). Lee Chesnut, an Atlanta radio station music director who loved David Lynch films, began playing the song and it quickly became a nationwide top ten hit in January 1991, reaching No6 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, making it the first hit song of his career.



    Celtic Woman: Songs From The Heart « Holiday Adds

    Connie Francis, early 1960s "Where the boys are" what a great song.

    gotye- "somebody that i used to know".

    Bobby Vee, "Take Good Care Of My Baby" (1961) | 17 Popular Songs You Never Knew Were Written By Carole King

    Roberta Flack, 1970s. Nice shades.

    barbara lewis - baby i'm yours One of the best pop songs to come out of the 1960s

    Since you've gone I been lost without a trace, I dream at night I can only see your face, I look around but it's you I can't replace, I feel so cold and I long for your embrace. I keep crying baby, baby, please. The Police - Every Breath You Take...... How my poor heart aches :(

    The Ronettes - Be My Baby. So, apparently, it's Ronnie Spector's birthday today. To celebrate, here's one of the best oldies songs ever created.

    "Long Train Runnin'" is a song written by musician Tom Johnston and recorded by 'The Doobie Brothers'. It was included on the band's 1973 album The Captain and Me and released as a single, becoming a top-ten hit on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number eight.

    peter gabriel.