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February 5, 2016

 

 

In 76 at No.1 with ‘Don’t Give Up On Us’,

was David Soul from Starsky and Hutch.

In 89, Linda Ronstadt & Aaron Neville

reached No2 with ‘Don’t know much’.

 

Back in 68, ‘Don’t forget to remember’

reached No2,  for The Bee Gees.

And in 2005, making it to No.6

came ‘Don’t Lie’ from The Black Eyed Peas.

 

The Communards with Sarah-Jane Morris,

got to No.1 in 86 with ‘Don’t Leave Me This Way’.

And 2 years later in 88, saw Aswad at No.1 with

‘Don’t Turn Around’, for a 2 weeks stay.

 

’Don’t Take Away The Music’ by Tavares,

in 76 made it to number 4.

In 08, ‘Don’t Call This Love’ saw Leon Jackson

(follow his No.1 hit of 07), this time to No.3, soar.

 

Making it to No.3 in 79,

‘Don’t Bring Me Down’  ELO sung.

And reaching No.2 in 2002

‘Don’t Let Me Down, came from Will Young.

 

In 76  ‘Don’t Cry For Me Argentina’

gave Julie Covington a No.1 hit.

And at No.1 in 96 with ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’,

guaranteed Oasis around for a bit.

 

‘Don’t You Want Me’ asked The Human League,

up at No 1 in 81.

‘Don’t Call Me Baby’ by Madison Avenue,

another No.1 that in 99 shone.

 

In 87 ‘Don’t Dream It’s Over’,

this fab song Crowded House sung.

And in 91, this was also a hit,

for ever soulful, Paul Young.

 

In 91, ‘Don’t Cry’ came from Guns and Roses,

and soon Roadies, their kit, will be rigging.

If rumours, indeed are true,

that the Group will soon be back gigging?

 

‘Don’t Get Me Wrong’ by The Pretenders,

in 86, made it to No.10.

‘Don’t Ever Change’  a hit for The Crickets,

in 62, made it to 5 – AMEN.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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