The Complete List

Texas Top 40 Songs: 1955-2001

"The Birds and the Bees," Jewel Akens (#3, 1965)

"On & On," Erykah Badu (#12, 1997)

"Bag Lady" Erykah Badu (#6, 2000)

"Lost Love," H.B. Barnum (#35, 1961)

"Tighten Up," Archie Bell & the Drells (#1, 1968)

"I Can't Stop Dancing," Archie Bell & the Drells (#9, 1968)

"There's Gonna Be a Showdown," Archie Bell & the Drells (#21, 1969)

"Unchained Melody," Les Baxter, His Chorus & Orchestra (#1, 1955)

"Wake the Town and Tell the People," Les Baxter, his Chorus & Orchestra (#5, 1955)

"The Poor People of Paris," Les Baxter, his Chorus & Orchestra (#1, 1956)

"Guess Who," Jesse Belvin (#31, 1959)

"Chantilly Lace," Big Bopper (#6, 1958)

"Big Bopper's Wedding," Big Bopper (#38, 1958)

"Percolator (Twist)," Billy Joe & the Checkmates (#10, 1962)

"When I Said I Do," Clint Black w," Lisa Hartman Black (#31, 1999)

"Turn On Your Love Light," Bobby "Blue" Bland (#28, 1962)

"Call On Me," Bobby "Blue" Bland (#22, 1963)

"That's the Way Love Is," Bobby "Blue" Bland (#33, 1963)

"Ain't Nothing You Can Do," Bobby "Blue" Bland (#20, 1964)

"D.O.A.," Bloodrock (#36, 1971)

"I'm Stickin' With You," Jimmy Bowen With the Rhythm Orchids (#14, 1957)

"What I Am," Edie Brickell & the New Bohemians (#7, 1989)

"Mission Bell," Donnie Brooks (#7, 1960) "Doll House," Donnie Brooks (#31, 1960)

"Hot Smoke & Sasafrass," Bubble Puppy (#14, 1969)

"Pepper," Butthole Surfers (#26, 1996)

"Round and Round," Tevin Campbell (#12, 1991)

"Tell Me What You Want Me to Do," Tevin Campbell (#6, 1991)

"Can We Talk," Tevin Campbell (#9, 1993)

"I'm Ready," Tevin Campbell (#9, 1993)

"Always in My Heart," Tevin Campbell (#20, 1994)

"Judy Mae," Boomer Castleman (#33, 1975)

"Hey Baby," Bruce Channel (#1, 1962)

"Band of Gold," Don Cherry (#4, 1955)

"Wild Cherry," Don Cherry (#29, 1956)

"Ghost Town," Don Cherry (#22, 1956)

"I Don't Want to Miss a Thing," Mark Chesnutt (#17, 1999)

"I Want You, I Need You," Chris Christian (#37, 1981)

"Sugar On Sunday," the Clique (#22, 1969)

"Sunny Came Home," Shawn Colvin (#7, 1997)

"Pledge of Love," Ken Copeland (#12, 1957)

"Ride Like the Wind," Christopher Cross (#2, 1980)

"Sailing," Christopher Cross (#1, 1980)

"Never Be the Same," Christopher Cross (#15, 1980)

"Say You'll Be Mine," Christopher Cross (#20, 1981)

"Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)," Christopher Cross (#1, 1981)

"All Right," Christopher Cross (#12, 1983)

"No Time for Talk," Christopher Cross (#33, 1983)

"Think of Laura," Christopher Cross (#9, 1983)

"Ashes by Now," Rodney Crowell (#37, 1980)

"Street Life," The Crusaders (#36, 1979)

"I'll Save the Last Dance for You," Damita Jo (#22, 1960)

"I'll Be There," Damita Jo (#12, 1961)

"Baby Don't Get Hooked on Me," Mac Davis (#1, 1972)

"One Hell of a Woman," Mac Davis (#11, 1974)

"Stop and Smell the Roses," Mac Davis (#9, 1974)

"Rock N' Roll (I Gave You the Best Years of My Life)," Mac Davis (#15, 1974)

"Rockin' Robin'," Bobby Day (#2, 1958)

"Little Sandy Sleighfoot," Jimmy Dean (#32, 1958)

"Big Bad John," Jimmy Dean (#1, 1961)

"The Cajun Queen," Jimmy Dean (#22, 1961)

"Dear Ivan," Jimmy Dean (#24, 1962)

"To a Sleeping Beauty," Jimmy Dean (#26, 1962)

"P.T. 109," Jimmy Dean (#8, 1962)

"Little Black Book," Jimmy Dean (#29, 1962)

"I.O.U.," Jimmy Dean (#35, 1976)

"Breakfast at Tiffany's," Deep Blue Something (#5, 1995)

"No, No, No," Destiny's Child (#3, 1997)

"Bills, Bills, Bills," Destiny's Child (#1, 1999)

"Bug a Boo," Destiny's Child (#33, 1999)

"Say My Name," Destiny's Child (#1, 2000)

"Jumpin, Jumpin," Destiny's Child (#3, 2000)

"Independent Woman Pt. 1," Destiny's Child (#1, 2000)

"Survivor," Destiny's Child (#2, 2001)

"Bootylicious," Destiny's Child (#1, 2001)

"Emotion," Destiny's Child (#23, 2001)

"There's Your Trouble," Dixie Chicks (#36, 1998)

"You Were Mine," Dixie Chicks (#34, 1999)

"Ready to Run," Dixie Chicks (#39, 1999)

"Cowboy Take Me Away," Dixie Chicks (#27, 2000)

"Goodbye Earl," Dixie Chicks (#19, 2000)

"Without You," Dixie Chicks (#31, 2000)

"If I Fall You're Going Down With Me," Dixie Chicks (#38, 2001)

"I'd Really Love to See You Tonight," England Dan & John Ford Coley (#2, 1976)

"Nights Are Forever Without You," England Dan & John Ford Coley (#10, 1976)

"It's Sad to Belong," England Dan & John Ford Coley (#21, 1977)

"Gone Too Far," England Dan & John Ford Coley (#23, 1977)

"We'll Never Have to Say Goodbye Again," England Dan & John Ford Coley (#9, 1978)

"Love Is the Answer," England Dan & John Ford Coley (#10, 1979)

"Tuff Enuff," Fabulous Thunderbirds (#10, 1986)

"The Way," Fastball (#5, 1998)

"Out of My Head," Fastball (#20, 1999)

"Before the Next Teardrop Falls," Freddy Fender (#1, 1975)

"Wasted Days and Wasted Nights," Freddy Fender (#8, 1975)

"Secret Love," Freddy Fender (#20, 1975)

"You'll Lose a Good Thing," Freddy Fender (#32, 1976)

"In the Mood," Ernie Fields Orchestra (#4, 1959)

"I See the Light," Five Americans (#26, 1966)

"Western Union," Five Americans (#5, 1967)

"Sound of Love," Five Americans (#36, 1967)

"Zip Code," Five Americans (#36, 1967)

"I Fought the Law," Bobby Fuller Four (#9, 1966)

"Love's Made a Fool of You," Bobby Fuller Four (#26, 1966)

"Mind Playing Tricks on Me," Geto Boys (#23, 1991)

"Six Feet Deep," Geto Boys (#40, 1993)

"Stand by Me," Mickey Gilley (#22, 1980)

"Your Love," Larry Graham and Graham Central Station (#38, 1975)

"One in a Million You," Larry Graham (#9, 1980)

"The 'In' Crowd," Dobie Gray (#13, 1965)

"Drift Away," Dobie Gray (#5, 1973)

"You Can Do It," Dobie Gray (#37, 1979)

"Junk Food Junkie," Larry Groce (#9, 1976)

"Treat Her Right," Roy Head and the Traits (#2, 1965)

"Just a Little Bit," Roy Head (#39, 1965)

"Apple of My Eye," Roy Head and the Traits (#32, 1965)

"Dirty Laundry," Don Henley (#3, 1982)

"The Boys of Summer," Don Henley (#5, 1984)

"All She Wants to Do Is Dance," Don Henley (#5, 1984)

"Not Enough Love in the World," Don Henley (#34, 1985)

"Sunset Grill," Don Henley (#22, 1985)

"The End of the Innocence," Don Henley (#8, 1989)

"The Last Worthless Evening," Don Henley (#21, 1989)

"The Heart of the Matter," Don Henley (#21, 1990)

"I Like the Way (the Kissing Game)," Hi-Five (#1, 1991)

"I Can't Wait Another Minute," Hi-Five (#8, 1991)

"She's Playing Hard to Get," Hi-Five (#5, 1992)

"Quality Time," Hi-Five (#38, 1993)

"Never Should've Let You Go," Hi-Five (#30, 1993)

"And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going," Jennifer Holliday (#22, 1982)

"That'll Be the Day," Buddy Holly & the Crickets (#1, 1957)

"Peggy Sue," Buddy Holly (#3, 1957)

"Oh, Boy!," Buddy Holly & the Crickets (#10, 1957)

"Maybe Baby," Buddy Holly & the Crickets (#17, 1958)

"Rave On," Buddy Holly (#37, 1958)

"Think it Over," Buddy Holly (#27, 1958)

"Early in the Morning," Buddy Holly (#32, 1958)

"It Doesn't Matter Anymore," Buddy Holly (#13, 1959)

"The Battle of New Orleans," Johnny Horton (#1, 1959)

"Sink the Bismarck," Johnny Horton (#3, 1960)

"North to Alaska," Johnny Horton (#4, 1960)

"Knockin' Da Boots," H-Town (#3, 1993)

"A Thin Line Between Love and Hate," H-Town (#37, 1996)

"They Like It Slow," H-Town (#35, 1997)

"Since I Met You Baby," Ivory Joe Hunter (#12, 1956)

"Get Gone," Ideal (#13, 1999)

"Good Hearted Woman," Waylon Jennings & Willie Nelson (#25, 1976)

"Luckenbach, Texas (Back to the Basics of Love)," Waylon Jennings (#25, 1977)

"Theme From the Dukes Of Hazzard (Good Ol' Boys)," Waylon Jennings (#21, 1980)

"Me and Bobby McGee," Janis Joplin (#1, 1971)

"Save Some Love," Keedy (#15, 1991)

"Hide Away," Freddy King (#29, 1961)

"Soul Twist," King Curtis and the Noble Knights (#17, 1962)

"Memphis Soul Stew," King Curtis (#33, 1967)

"Ode to Billy Joe," King Curtis and The Kingpins (#28, 1967)

"Party Doll," Buddy Knox with the Rhythm Orchids (#1, 1957)

"Rock Your Little Baby to Sleep," Buddy Knox with the Rhythm Orchids (#17, 1957)

"Hula Love," Buddy Knox with the Rhythm Orchids (#7, 1957)

"Somebody Touched Me," Buddy Knox with the Rhythm Orchids (#22, 1958)

"Lovey Dovey," Buddy Knox (#25, 1961)

"Loving Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again)," Kris Kristofferson (#26, 1971)

"Why Me," Kris Kristofferson (#16, 1973)

"Lookin' for Love," Johnny Lee (#5, 1980)

"Whatcha Gone Do?," Link (#23, 1998)

"I Don't Wanna See," Link (#25, 1999)

"Stay (I Missed You)," Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories (#1, 1994)

"Do You Sleep?," Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories (#18, 1995)

"I Do," Lisa Loeb (#17, 1997)

"Let's Talk About Living," Bob Luman (#7, 1960)

" (If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don't Want to Be Right," Barbara Mandrell (#31, 1979)

"King Tut," Steve Martin and the Toot Uncommons (#17, 1978)

"Giving It Up for Your Love," Delbert McClinton (#8, 1980)

"Two Out of Three Ain't Bad," Meat Loaf (#11, 1978)

"Paradise by the Dashboard Light," Meat Loaf (#39, 1978)

"You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth," Meat Loaf (#39, 1979)

"I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)," Meat Loaf (#1, 1993)

"Rock and Roll Dreams Come Through," Meat Loaf (#13, 1994)

"Objects in the Rear View Mirror May Appear Closer Than They Are," Meat Loaf (#38, 1994)

"I'd Lie For You (And That's the Truth)," Meat Loaf (#13, 1995)

"Dang Me," Roger Miller (#7, 1964)

"Chug-A-Lug," Roger Miller (#9, 1964)

"Do-Wacka-Do," Roger Miller (#31, 1965)

"King of the Road," Roger Miller (#4, 1965)

"Engine Engine #9," Roger Miller (#7, 1965)

"One Dyin' and a Buryin'," Roger Miller (#34, 1965)

"Kansas City Star," Roger Miller (#31, 1965)

"England Swings," Roger Miller (#8, 1965)

"Husbands and Wives," Roger Miller (#26, 1966)

"You Can't Roller Skate in a Buffalo Herd (#40, 1966)

"Walkin' in the Sunshine," Roger Miller (#37, 1967)

"Little Green Apples," Roger Miller (#39, 1968)

"The Joker," Steve Miller Band (#1, 1973)

"Take the Money and Run," Steve Miller (#11, 1976)

"Rock 'n Me," Steve Miller (#1, 1976)

"Fly Like an Eagle," Steve Miller (#2, 1977)

"Jet Airliner," Steve Miller Band (#8, 1977)

"Jungle Love," Steve Miller Band (#23, 1977)

"Swingtown," Steve Miller Band (#17, 1977)

"Heart Like a Wheel," Steve Miller Band (#24, 1981)

"Abracadabra," Steve Miller Band (#1, 1982)

"Geronimo's Cadillac," Michael Murphey (#37, 1972)

"Wildfire," Michael Murphey (#3, 1975)

"Carolina in the Pines," Michael Murphey (#21, 1975)

"Renegade," Michael Murphey (#39, 1976)

"What's Forever For," Michael Murphey (#19, 1982)

"A Very Special Love," Johnny Nash (#23, 1958)

"Hold Me Tight," Johnny Nash (#5, 1968)

"Cupid," Johnny Nash (#39, 1970)

"I Can See Clearly Now," Johnny Nash (#1, 1972)

"Stir It Up," Johnny Nash (#12, 1973)

"Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain," Willie Nelson (#21, 1975)

"On the Road Again," Willie Nelson (#20, 1980)

"Always on My Mind," Willie Nelson (#5, 1982)

"Let It Be Me," Willie Nelson (#40, 1982)

"To All the Girls I've Loved Before," Willie Nelson & Julio Iglesias (#5, 1984)

"Joanne," Michael Nesmith & the First National Band (#21, 1970)

"An American Trilogy," Mickey Newbury (#26, 1971)

"Only the Lonely (Know How I Feel)," Roy Orbison (#2, 1960)

"Blue Angel," Roy Orbison (#9, 1960)

"I'm Hurtin'," Roy Orbison (#27, 1960)

"Running Scared," Roy Orbison (#1, 1961)

"Crying," Roy Orbison (#2, 1961)

"Candy Man," Roy Orbison (#25, 1961)

"Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream)," Roy Orbison (#4, 1962)

"The Crowd," Roy Orbison (#26, 1962)

"Workin' for the Man," Roy Orbison (#33, 1962)

"In Dreams," Roy Orbison (#7, 1963)

"Falling," Roy Orbison (#22, 1963)

"Mean Woman Blues," Roy Orbison (#5, 1963)

"Blue Bayou," Roy Orbison (#29, 1963)

"Pretty Paper," Roy Orbison (#15, 1963)

"It's Over," Roy Orbison (#9, 1964)

"Oh, Pretty Woman," Roy Orbison And The Candy Men (#1, 1964)

"Goodnight," Roy Orbison (#21, 1964)

" (Say) You're My Girl," Roy Orbison (#39, 1965)

"Ride Away," Roy Orbison (#25, 1965)

"Breakin' Up Is Breakin' My Heart," Roy Orbison (#31, 1966)

"Twinkle Toes," Roy Orbison (#39, 1966)

"You Got It," Roy Orbison (#9, 1989)

"I've Got a Tiger by the Tail," Buck Owens (#25, 1965)

"Ballad of Davy Crockett," Fess Parker (#5, 1955)

"Wringle Wrangle," Fess Parker (#12, 1957)

"Hey Paula," Paul & Paula (#1, 1963)

"Young Lovers," Paul & Paula (#6, 1963)

"First Quarrel," Paul & Paula (#27, 1963)

"The Wonder of You," Ray Peterson (#25, 1959)

"Tell Laura I Love Her," Ray Peterson (#7, 1960)

"Corinna, Corinna," Ray Peterson (#9, 1960)

"Missing You," Ray Peterson (#29, 1961)

"Nicole," Point Blank (#39, 1981)

"I Can Make It With You," Pozo-Seco Singers (#32, 1966)

"Look What You've Done," Pozo-Seco Singers (#32, 1967)

"Running Bear," Johnny Preston (#1, 1959)

"Cradle of Love," Johnny Preston (#7, 1960)

"Feel So Fine," Johnny Preston (#14, 1960)

"For the Good Times," Ray Price (#11, 1970)

"Kiss an Angel Good Morning," Charley Pride (#21, 1971)

"96 Tears," ? and the Mysterians (#1, 1966)

"I Need Somebody," ? and the Mysterians (#22, 1966)

"Four Walls," Jim Reeves (#11, 1957)

"He'll Have to Go," Jim Reeves (#2, 1960)

"I'm Gettin' Better," Jim Reeves (#37, 1960)

"Am I Losing You," Jim Reeves (#31, 1960)

"Lo Mucho Que Te Quiero," Rene Y Rene (#14, 1968)

"Tammy," Debbie Reynolds (#1, 1957)

"A Very Special Love," Debbie Reynolds (#20, 1958)

"Am I That Easy to Forget," Debbie Reynolds (#25, 1960)

"Harper Valley P.T.A.," Jeannie C. Riley (#1, 1968)

"Blue," LeAnn Rimes (#26, 1996)

"How Do I Live," LeAnn Rimes (#2, 1997)

"You Light Up My Life," LeAnn Rimes (#34, 1997)

"Looking Through Your Eyes," LeAnn Rimes (#18, 1998)

"Big Deal," LeAnn Rimes (#23, 1999)

"I Need You," LeAnn Rimes (#11, 2000)

"The Wayward Wind," Tex Ritter (#28, 1956)

"I Dreamed of a Hill-Billy Heaven," Tex Ritter (#20, 1961)

"Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)," Kenny Rogers and the First Edition (#5, 1968)

"But You Know I Love You," Kenny Rogers and the First Edition (#19, 1968)

"Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town," Kenny Rogers and the First Edition (#6, 1969)

"Reuben James," Kenny Rogers and the First Edition (#26, 1969)

"Something's Burning," Kenny Rogers and the First Edition (#11, 1970)

"Tell It All Brother," Kenny Rogers and the First Edition (#17, 1970) "Heed the Call," Kenny Rogers and the First Edition (#33, 1970)

"Lucille," Kenny Rogers (#5, 1977)

"Daytime Friends," Kenny Rogers (#28, 1977)

"Love or Something Like It," Kenny Rogers (#32, 1977)

"The Gambler," Kenny Rogers (#16, 1978)

"She Believes in Me," Kenny Rogers (#5, 1979)

"You Decorated My Life," Kenny Rogers (#7, 1979)

"Coward of the County," Kenny Rogers (#3, 1979)

"Don't Fall in Love With a Dreamer," Kenny Rogers w/ Kim Carnes (#4, 1980)

"Love the World Away," Kenny Rogers (#14, 1980)

"Lady," Kenny Rogers (#1, 1980)

"I Don't Need You," Kenny Rogers (#3, 1980)

"Share Your Love With Me," Kenny Rogers (#14, 1981)

"Through the Years," Kenny Rogers (#13, 1982)

"Love Will Turn You Around," Kenny Rogers (#13, 1982)

"We've Got Tonight," Kenny Rogers w/ Sheena Easton (#6, 1983)

"All My Life," Kenny Rogers (#27, 1983)

"Islands in the Stream," Kenny Rogers w/ Dolly Parton (#1, 1983)

"This Woman," Kenny Rogers (#23, 1984)

"What About Me?" Kenny Rogers w/ Kim Carnes and James Ingram (#15, 1984)

"Buy Me a Rose," Kenny Rogers w/ Alison Krauss and Billy Dean (#40, 2000)

"Wooly Bully," Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs (#2, 1965)

"Ju Ju Hand," Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs (#26, 1965)

"Ring Dang Doo," Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs (#33, 1965)

"Lil Red Riding Hood," Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs (#2, 1966)

"The Hair on My Chinny Chin Chin," Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs (#22, 1966)

"How Do You Catch a Girl," Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs (#27, 1967)

"It's Over," Boz Scaggs (#38, 1976)

"Lowdown," Boz Scaggs (#3, 1976)

"Lido Shuffle," Boz Scaggs (#11, 1977)

"Breakdown Dead Ahead," Boz Scaggs (#15, 1980)

"JoJo," Boz Scaggs (#17, 1980)

"Look What You've Done to Me," Boz Scaggs (#14, 1980)

"Miss Sun," Boz Scaggs (#14, 1980)

"Heart of Mine," Boz Scaggs (#35, 1988)

"I Never Seen a Man Cry (Until I Seen a Man Die)," Scarface (#37, 1994)

"Smile," Scarface w/ 2Pac & Johnny P (#12, 1997)

"Summer Breeze," Seals & Crofts (#6, 1972)

"Hummingbird," Seals & Crofts (#20, 1973)

"Diamond Girl," Seals & Crofts (#6, 1972)

"We May Never Pass This Way Again," Seals & Crofts (#21, 1973)

"I'll Play for You," Seals & Crofts (#18, 1975)

"Get Closer," Seals & Crofts (#6, 1976)

"My Fair Share," Seals & Crofts (#28, 1977)

"You're the Love," Seals & Crofts (#18, 1978)

"I Could Fall in Love," Selena (#8, 1995)

"Dreaming of You," Selena (#22, 1995)

"Beat's So Lonely," Charlie Sexton (#17, 1986)

"She's About a Mover," Sir Douglas Quintet (#13, 1965)

"The Rains Came," Sir Douglas Quintet (#31, 1966)

"Mendocino," Sir Douglas Quintet (#27, 1969)

"I Wanna Love You Forever," Jessica Simpson (#3, 1999)

"I Think I'm in Love With You," Jessica Simpson (#21, 2000)

"Irresistable," Jessica Simpson (#15, 2001)

"Kiss Me," Sixpence None the Richer (#2, 1999)

"There She Goes," Sixpence None the Richer (#32, 1999)

"Dance to the Music," Sly and the Family Stone (#8, 1968)

"Everyday People," Sly and the Family Stone (#1, 1969)

"Stand!" Sly and the Family Stone (#22, 1969)

"Hot Fun In the Summertime," Sly and the Family Stone (#2, 1969)

"Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)," Sly and the Family Stone (#1, 1970)

"I Want to Take You Higher," Sly and the Family Stone (#38, 1970)

"Family Affair," Sly and the Family Stone (#1, 1971)

"Runnin' Away," Sly and the Family Stone (#23, 1972)

"If You Want Me to Stay," Sly and the Family Stone (#12, 1973)

"Time for Livin'," Sly and the Family Stone (#32, 1974)

"You're Only Lonely," J.D. Souther (#7, 1979)

"Suspicion," Terry Stafford (#3, 1964)

"I'll Touch a Star," Terry Stafford (#25, 1964)

"Good and Lonesome," Kay Starr (#17, 1955)

"Rock and Roll Waltz," Kay Starr (#1, 1956)

"Second Fiddle," Kay Starr (#40, 1956)

"My Heart Reminds Me," Kay Starr (#9, 1957)

"My Maria," B.W. Stevenson (#9, 1973)

"Love the One You're With," Stephen Stills (#14, 1970)

"Sit Yourself Down," Stephen Stills (#37, 1971)

"I Hear You Knocking," Gale Storm (#2, 1955)

"Teenage Prayer," Gale Storm (#6, 1955)

"Memories Are Made of This," Gale Storm (#5, 1955)

"Why Do Fools Fall in Love," Gale Storm (#9, 1956)

"Ivory Tower," Gale Storm (#6, 1956)

"Dark Moon," Gale Storm (#4, 1957)

"Meanwhile," George Strait (#38, 1999)

"Write This Down," George Strait (#27, 1999)

"The Best Day," George Strait (#31, 2000)

"Go On," George Strait (#40, 2000)

"Talk to Me," Sunny & The Sunglows (#11, 1963)

"She's Like the Wind," Patrick Swayze (#3, 1988)

"Hold What You've Got," Joe Tex (#5, 1965)

"I Want To (Do Everything for You)," Joe Tex (#23, 1965)

"A Sweet Woman Like You," Joe Tex (#29, 1966)

"S.Y.S.L.J.F.M. (The Letter Song)," Joe Tex (#39, 1966)

"Show Me," Joe Tex (#35, 1967)

"Skinny Legs and All," Joe Tex (#10, 1967)

"Men are Gettin' Scarce," Joe Tex (#33, 1968)

"I Gotcha," Joe Tex (#2, 1972)

"Ain't Gonna Bump No More (With No Big Fat Woman)," Joe Tex (#12, 1977)

"I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry," B.J. Thomas and the Triumphs (#8, 1966)

"Mama," B.J. Thomas (#22, 1966)

"Billy and Sue," B.J. Thomas and the Triumphs (#34, 1966)

"The Eyes of a New York Woman," B.J. Thomas (#28, 1968)

"Hooked on a Feeling," B.J. Thomas (#5, 1968)

"Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head," B.J. Thomas (#1, 1969)

"Everybody's Out of Town," B.J. Thomas (#26, 1970)

"I Just Can't Help Believing," B.J. Thomas (#9, 1970)

"Most of All," B.J. Thomas (#38, 1971)

"No Love at All," B.J. Thomas (#16, 1971)

"Mighty Clouds of Joy," B.J. Thomas (#34, 1971)

"Rock and Roll Lullaby," B.J. Thomas (#15, 1972)

"(Hey Won't You Play) Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song," B.J. Thomas (#1, 1975)

"Don't Worry Baby," B.J. Thomas (#17, 1977)

"The Future's So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades," Timbuk 3 (#19, 1986)

"Possum Kingdom," Toadies (#40, 1995)

"My Angel Baby," Toby Beau (#13, 1978)

"Pledge of Love," Mitchell Torok (#25, 1957)

"Caribbean," Mitchell Torok (#27, 1959)

"Lizzie and the Rainman," Tanya Tucker (#37, 1975)

"The Little Space Girl," Jesse Lee Turner (#20, 1959)

"Ice Ice Baby," Vanilla Ice (#1, 1990)

"Play That Funky Music," Vanilla Ice (#4, 1990)

"Tonight (Could Be the Night)," The Velvets (#26, 1961)

"Take Time," Chris Walker (#29, 1992)

"The Chain of Love," Clay Walker (#40, 2000)

"I'm Gonna Love You Just a Little More Baby," Barry White (#3, 1973)

"I've Got So Much To Give," Barry White (#32, 1973)

"Never, Never Gonna Give You Up," Barry White (#7, 1973)

"Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe," Barry White (#1, 1974)

"You're the First, the Last, My Everything," Barry White (#2, 1974)

"What Am I Gonna Do With You," Barry White (#8, 1975)

"Let the Music Play," Barry White (#32, 1976)

"It's Ecstasy When You Lay Down Next to Me," Barry White (#4, 1977)

"Oh What a Night for Dancing," Barry White (#24, 1978)

"Practice What You Preach," Barry White (#18, 1994)

"Staying Power," Barry White (#40, 1999)

"I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter," Billy Williams (#3, 1957)

"Nola," Billy Williams (#39, 1959)

"I Believe in You," Don Williams (#24, 1980)

"Classical Gas," Mason Williams (#2, 1968)

"Last Kiss," J. Frank Wilson and the Cavaliers (#2, 1964)

"Frankenstein," Edgar Winter Group (#1, 1973)

"Free Ride," Edgar Winter Group (#14, 1973)

"River's Risin'," Edgar Winter (#33, 1974)

"I'll Think of a Reason Later," Lee Ann Womack (#38, 1999)

"I Hope You Dance," Lee Ann Womack with Sons Of the Desert (#14, 2000)

"Don't Stop the Music," Yarbrough & Peoples (#19, 1981)

"In the Year 2525 (Exordium & Terminus)," Zager & Evans (#1, 1969)

"Tush," ZZ Top (#20, 1975)

"I Thank You," ZZ Top (#34, 1980)

"Gimme All Your Lovin'," ZZ Top (#37, 1983)

"Legs," ZZ Top (#8, 1984)

"Sleeping Bag," ZZ Top (#8, 1985)

"Stages," ZZ Top (#21, 1986)

"Rough Boy," ZZ Top (#22, 1986)

"Velcro Fly," ZZ Top (#35, 1986)

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