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November 3, 2019

 

 

 

 

In 61, ‘Hello Mary Lou (Goodbye Heart)’, on London,

gave Ricky Nelson, a US No.1 & UK No.2 hit.

And in 77, ‘Mary Of The Fourth Form’, on Ensign,

for The Boomtown Rats, at No.15, did sit.

 

In 83, Mary Jane Girls, on Gordy,

reached No.13, with ‘All Night Long’.

And in 87, ‘Mary’s Prayer’, on Virgin,

for Danny Wilson, was a Top 3 song.

 

In 72, ‘Mary Had A Little Lamb’, on Apple,

for Wings, up to No.9, did prance.

And in 94, Tom Petty reached No.52,

on MCA, with ‘Mary Jane’s Last Dance’.

 

In 77, ‘Torn Between Two Lovers’, on Ariola America,

gave Mary MacGregor, a US No.1 & UK No.4.

And in 04, ‘Mary’, for The Scissor Sisters,

peaked at No.14, on Polydor.

 

In 70, Peter, Paul & Mary, had a US No.1 & UK No.2,

on Warner Brothers, with ‘Leavin On A Jet Plane’.

And in 87, ‘April Skies’, on Blanco Y Negro,

climbed to No.8 for The Jesus & Mary Chain.

 

In 79, ‘Mary Ann’ , on EMI,

reached No.42, for Black Lace.

And in 2000, ‘Shackles (Praise You)’, on Columbia,

gave Mary Mary, a Top 5 place.

 

In 68,’Those Were The Days’, on Apple,

for Mary Hopkin, was a six week No.1 success.

And in 76, ‘The Arms Of Mary’, made the Top 5,

for The Sutherland Brothers, & Quiver, on CBS.

 

In 99, ‘Mary’, on Parlophone,

for Supergrass, climbed to No.36.

And in 69, ‘Proud Mary’, on Liberty,

by Creedence Clearwater Revival, ends this mix.

 

 

 

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