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June 9, 2019

 

 

In 80, ‘Running Free’, peaked at No.34.

and in 82, ‘Run To The Hills’, made a Top 7 sigh.

Both these songs coming from Iron Maiden,

and both recorded on EMI.

 

In 89, ‘Runnin Down A Dream,’ was at No.55,

for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, on MCA.

And in 93, ‘Runaway Train’, on Columbia,

saw Soul Asylum, land a No.7 stay.

 

In 79, ‘Bat Out Of Hell’, on Epic,

for Meat Loaf, peaked at No.15.

And in 93 – a hit again for Meat Loaf,

this time at No.8, also on Epic, was seen.

 

In 94, ‘Let’s Face The Music & Dance’ –

a Top 30, on EMI, for Nat King Cole.

And in 98, ‘Runaground’, a Top 30 for James, on Fontana,

followed his No.38 hit of 90 -‘Lose Control’.

 

In 65, ‘Keep On Running’, on Fontana,

took The Spencer Davis Group to the No.1 spot.

And in 67, ‘You Keep Running Away’, on Tamla Motown,

reached No.26 for The Four Tops.

 

In 65, ‘Hang On Snoopy, on Immediate,

was a US. No.1 and UK No.5, for The McCoys.

And in 80, The Stray Cats, on Arista,

had a No.9 with ‘Runaway Boys.’

 

In 60, ‘Running Bear’, on Mercury,

gave Johnny Preston a US & UK No.1.

And in 85, ‘Running Up The Hill’, on EMI,

for Kate Bush, made sure a Top 3 was won.

 

In 80, ‘Runnin With The Devil’, on Warner Brothers,

found Van Halen at No.52.

And in 83, ‘Running With The Night’, on Motown –

a No.9, for Lionel Richie, was to be.

 

In 71, ‘Run Baby Run’, on London,

for The Newbeats, made the Top 10 scene.

And in 99, ‘Run For Your Life’, on Global Talent,

by Northern Line, peaked at No.18.

 

In 78, ‘Run For Home’, on Mercury,

found Lindisfarne in The Top 10.

And in 65 and 69, ‘Nowhere To Run’, on Tamla Motown, a hit,

for Martha Reeves & The Vandellas, and in 88, again, on A & M.

 

 

by Harriet Blackbury

 

 

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