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What was #1 in the charts when you were born?

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You look great for your age, Joe. Not a wrinkle in your socks. :thumbsup:

Oh, and mine was "Dizzy" by Tommy Roe. It's been a self-fulfilling prophecy.

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To include my birthday song. Don't you have anything better to do than sit there and read the fine print? Sheesh.

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I've done this many times before, and it remains the same…

"Young Love" by Tab Hunter. Inferior cover of a Sonny James song by the hunk du jour of 1957. (He's really gay!) :shocked:

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Sounds interesting. But for registering, what is teh difference between the left and right colom other than price and how long is Quick Access for?

Add: Found the free thing on it.

US; Cream - Prince and the New Power Generation

UK; Dizzy - Vic Reeves & The Wonder Stuff

Never heard either of these.

And Feb 31st 1980

Crazy Little Thing Called Love - Queen

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Carl Perkins was recording "Blue Suede Shoes" while my mother was having me. :)

You couldn't ask for a better start in the world, Edna. :)

I was born on the Feast Day of the patron saint of music. ;)

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Hi Otokichi ! "Buttons And Bows" / Dinah Shore was #1 in the U.S. until 24th December 1948. "All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth" / Spike Jones took over from it on December 25th.

;)

If there's any Octogenarians out there, I have all the U.S. #1s back to 1920.

:)

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Reading through these posts makes me realize just how archaic I really am. I can remember 90% of the songs that were #1 on the days my fellow SFers were born - and how old I was at that time! Ugh.

Mine was "I Can't Stop Loving You" ~ Ray Charles

I don't even know that song.

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