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September 19, 2019

 

 

 

 

In 99, ‘Baby One More Time’ – a multiple platinum seller,

& US. & UK No.1, for Britney Spears, on Jive.

And in 01, ‘Baby Come On Over’, on Wild Card,

gave Samantha Mumba, a Top 5.

 

In 83, ‘Baby Come To Me’, on Quest,

for Patti Austin & James Ingram, made No.11.

And in 95, ‘Baby It’s You’, on Apple,

gave The Beatles, a Top 7.

 

In 69, ‘Baby Make It Soon’, peaked at No.9,

for Marmalade, on CBS.

And in 92, ‘Baby Don’t Cry’, on Mercury,

was a Top 20, for INXS.

 

In 65, ‘Baby Don’t Go’, on Reprise,

gave Sonny & Cher, a No.11.

And in 93, ‘Baby Be Mine’, on MCA,

saw Blackstreet featuring Teddy Riley, at No.37.

 

In 79, Dusty Springfield, on Mercury,

reached No.61, with ‘Baby Blue’.

And in 03, ‘Baby Boy’, on Columbia,

for Beyonce featuring Sean Paul – a US No.1 & UK No.2.

 

In 83, Rod Stewart, on Warner Brothers,

had a No.1, with ‘Baby Jane’.

And in 68, ‘Baby Come Back’, on President,

found The Equals, in the No.1 lane.

 

In 89, ‘Baby Don’t Forget My Number’,

was at No.16, for Milli Vanilli, on Cooltempo.

And in 2010, ‘Baby’, on Mercury,

gave Justin Bieber featuring Ludicris, a Top 3 glow.

 

In 79, ‘Baby Lay Down’, on Creole,

for Ruby Winters ,gained a No.43 shout.

And in 07, Fratellis, made No.24,

with ‘Baby Fratellis’, on Fallout.

 

In 63, ‘Be My Baby’, on London,

gave The Ronettes, a Top 4.

And in 64, ‘Baby I Need Your Loving’,

on Parlophone, for The Fourmost, reached No.24.

 

In 64, ‘Baby Love’, on Stateside,

was a US & UK No.1, for The Supremes.

And in 07, ‘Baby Baby’, on Universal,

took Sunblock featuring Sandy, to No.16.

 

In 72, ‘The Baby’, peaked at No.26,

for The Hollies, on Polydor.

And in 77, ‘Baby Don’t Change Your Mind’,

on Buddah, gave Gladys Knight & The Pips, a Top 4.

 

In 05, ‘Baby Goodbye’, on Longside,

for Friday Hill, was a Top 5 success.

And in 78, Bob Dylan, reached No.13,

with ‘Baby Stop Crying’, on CBS.

 

In 65, ‘Baby Please Don’t Go’, on Decca,

was a Top 10, for Them.

And in 76, ‘Baby I Love Your Way’, made No.43,

for Peter Frampton, on A & M.

 

 

 

 

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