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November 23, 2020

 

 

In 86, ‘Walk Like An Egyptian’,

came from The Bangles, on CBS.

And in 05, ‘You’re Beautiful’, on Atlantic,

gave James Blunt a U.S. No.1 success.

 

The Beatles with Billy Preston, on Apple,

had a hit with ‘Get Back’, in 69.

And in 90, George Michael, on Epic,

arrived with ‘Praying For Time’.

 

In 70, ‘Venus’, on Penny Farthing,

came from Shocking Blue.

And in 78, Yvonne Elliman, on RSO,

gave us ‘If I Can’t Have You’.

 

In 85, ‘Broken Wings’ by Mr Mister,

arrived on RCA.

And in 09, Jason De Rula, on Warner Brothers,

had a US No.1 with ‘Whatcha Say’.

 

In 80, Blondie on Chrysalis,

had a hit with ‘Call Me’.

And in 90, ‘Blaze Of Glory’, on Vertigo,

came from Jon Bon Jovi.

 

In 71, The Temptations on Tamla Motown gave us,

‘Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me)’.

And Outkast, with ‘Hey Ya’ on Arista,

topped the US chart in 03.

 

In 78, Johnny Mathis & Deniece Williams, on CBS,

with ‘Too Much¬† Too Little¬† Too Late’, made the No.1 line.

And The Doobie Brothers on Warner Brothers,

also a No.1, with ‘What A Fool Believes’, in 79.

 

In 75, ‘Angie Baby’, on Capitol,

gave Helen Reddy a No.1 sell.

And in 87, Terence Trent D’arby, on CBS,

had a hit with ‘Wishing Well’.

 

In 82, Christopher Cross, on Warner Brothers,

blessed us with ‘Arthur’s Theme (Best That You Can Do)’.

And in 2010, ‘Fireflies’, on Island,

for Owl City, a US No.1, too.

 

In 86, Kim Wilde, on MCA,

gave us ‘You Keep Me Hangin on’.

And in 98, ‘I don’t want to miss a thing’,

on Columbia, for Aerosmith, a US No.1.

 

Wild Cherry on Epic, had a hit,

with ‘Play That Funky Music’, in 76.

And in 90, ‘It Must Have Been Love’, on EMI,

for Roxette, ends this US No.1 mix.

 

written by Harriet Blackbury.

 

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