Your birthday's No1 song

UK - I Want To Hold Your Hand - The Beatles
US - There I’ve Said It Again - Bobby Vinton (yoiks !)
OZ - I Want To Hold Your Hand - The Beatles
 
"Light My Fire" by the Doors? Ack! I can't STAND that song! (Actually, the song itself is okay. It's that damned keyboard solo I can't stand. I think it goes on too long.) (US)

"All You Need Is Love" Eh, all right for a song, nothing to write home about. (UK)

"Up Up and Away" (AU) Egad, it sounds like a coffee commercial.
 
US - "Bad Girls" Donna Summer ... HA funny
UK - "I Don't Like Mondays" - The Boomtown Rats (who???)
Aus - "Pop Muzik" - M ... if this is the song I think it is I love it :)
 
yeah, yeah I'm Old!!! But I look 38!!!!!!
I'm a good 25 years older than you.
Thank GOD someone older than me!!!!!!
You're 4 months older, you superannuated geezer.
Yeah right. Kids, gotta love 'em. None of the day-by-day charts go back to my birthday. Here are some of the big hits from the year of my birth that I actually remember:

The Ink Spots: Don't Get Around Much Any More
Frank Sinatra: People Will Say We're in Love
Lena Horne: Stormy Weather
Benny Goodman: Taking a Chance on Love
Glenn Miller: That Old Black Magic
Dinah Shore: You'd Be So Nice to Come Home to
Judy Garland: Zing! Went the Strings of my Heart

Oklahoma! opened on Broadway.

Schuman's Symphony #5 was published, also
Bartok's Concerto for Orchestra
Shostakovich's Symphony #8
Prokofiev's Flute Sonata
Vaughan Williams's Symphony #5
 
Yeah right. Kids, gotta love 'em. None of the day-by-day charts go back to my birthday. Here are some of the big hits from the year of my birth that I actually remember:

The Ink Spots: Don't Get Around Much Any More
Frank Sinatra: People Will Say We're in Love
Lena Horne: Stormy Weather
Benny Goodman: Taking a Chance on Love
Glenn Miller: That Old Black Magic
Dinah Shore: You'd Be So Nice to Come Home to
Judy Garland: Zing! Went the Strings of my Heart

Oklahoma! opened on Broadway.

Schuman's Symphony #5 was published, also
Bartok's Concerto for Orchestra
Shostakovich's Symphony #8
Prokofiev's Flute Sonata
Vaughan Williams's Symphony #5
come on fraggle. you ain't that much older than me.
pat boone didn't have any hits?
i see 'ol blue eyes did !
 
Yeah right. Kids, gotta love 'em. None of the day-by-day charts go back to my birthday. Here are some of the big hits from the year of my birth that I actually remember:

The Ink Spots: Don't Get Around Much Any More
Frank Sinatra: People Will Say We're in Love
Lena Horne: Stormy Weather
Benny Goodman: Taking a Chance on Love
Glenn Miller: That Old Black Magic
Dinah Shore: You'd Be So Nice to Come Home to
Judy Garland: Zing! Went the Strings of my Heart

Oklahoma! opened on Broadway.

Schuman's Symphony #5 was published, also
Bartok's Concerto for Orchestra
Shostakovich's Symphony #8
Prokofiev's Flute Sonata
Vaughan Williams's Symphony #5
Holy Cheese Curls! You are Old! I'm guessing 1949.
 
With Glenn Miller in the pack, it'd be 1944 or before. Okay, hmmm, I want to say '42?
 
come on fraggle. you ain't that much older than me. Pat Boone didn't have any hits? I see 'ol blue eyes did !
Holy Cheese Curls! You are Old! I'm guessing 1949.
Oxygen said:
Okay, hmmm, I want to say '42?
I gave it away. Don't you young whippersnappers know how to use Google? Pat Boone's first record wasn't released until 1955. I think Glenn Miller and Benny Goodman were playing the Nostalgia Circuit by then, not making the Hit Parade.
 
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