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November 27, 2019





In 63, ‘By The Way’, on Decca,

for The Big Three, made No.22.

And in 83, ‘Big Apple’, on EMI,

was at No.8, for Kajagoogoo.


In 70, ‘Big Yellow Taxi’, on Reprise,

took Joni Mitchell to No.11.

And in 86, ‘Look Away’, on Mercury,

gave Big Country, a No.7.


In 87, ‘Big Love’, on Warner Brothers,

reached to No.9, for Fleetwood Mac.

And in 88, ‘The Big One’, on A & M,

climbed to No.54, for Black.


In 91, Roxette was at No.21,

with ‘The Big L’, on EMI.

And in 99, Lolly, had a Top 10,

on Polydor, with ‘Big Boys Don’t Cry’.


In 86, ‘E=MC2’, on CBS,

gave Big Audio Dynamite, a No.11.

And in 93, Judge Dread peaked at No.8,

on Big Shot, with ‘Big Seven’.


In 83, ‘Big Log’, on Wea,

for Robert Plant, reached No.11.

And in 86, ‘The Big Sky’, on EMI,

gave Kate Bush a No.37.


In 63, ‘Big Girls Don’t Cry’, on Stateside,

for The Four Seasons – a UK No.13 and No.1 in the USA.

And in 94, Big Mountain, had a Top 2,

on RCA, with ‘Baby I Love Your Way’.


In 58, The Four Preps, made No.2,

on Capitol, with ‘Big Man’.

And in 84, Alphaville peaked at No.8,

on WEA, with ‘Big In Japan’.


In 85, ‘Big Deal’, on BBC label,

gave Bobby G, a No.46.

And in 05, ‘Big City Life’, on Buddist Punk –

a No 15, for Mattafix.


In 81, ‘John I’m Only Dancing’/’Big Green Car’,

on Mercury, found The Polecats at No.35.

And in 66, ‘Big Time Operator’, on Columbia,

gave Zoot Money & The Big Roll Band, a No.25.


In 85, ‘The Big Man’, reached No.46,

for Rush, on Vertigo.

And in 89, ‘Big Area’, on London,

peaked at No.13, for Then Jericho.


In 87, Peter Gabriel, on Virgin,

was at No.13 with ‘Big Time’.

And in 98, Emilia, had a Top 5,

with ‘Big Big’ World’, ending this rhyme.





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