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Written by Barry Kowal   
May 07, 2018 at 12:07 PM
 TOP SONGS IN THE USA FOR 1921*






No.-Song-Artist-Peak Month
  1 WANG WANG BLUES-PAUL WHITEMAN-FEBRUARY
  2 CHERIE-PAUL WHITEMAM-August
  3 SAY IT WITH MUSIC-PAUL WHITEMAN-December
  4 SONG OF INDIA-PAUL WHITEMAN-October
  5 MY MAMMY-PAUL WHITEMAN-June
  6 MARGIE-EDDIE CANTOR-March
  7 ALL BY MYSELF-TED LEWIS-November
  8 O-H-I-O (O-MY!-O!)-Al Jolson-April
  9 MAKE BELIEVE-Nora Bayes-July
 10 LOOK FOR THE SILVER LINING-Marion Hayes-May
 11 Ain't We Got Fun?-Van & Schenck-September
 12 Bright Eyes-Paul Whiteman-May
 13 My Man (Mon Homme)-Paul Whiteman-August
 14 Make Believe-Paul Whiteman-May
 15 Second Hand Rose-Ted Lewis & His Band-December
 16 (Down By The) O-H-I-O-Billy Jones & Billy Murray-March 
 17 Darling-Art Hickman & His Orchestra-April
 18 Home Again Blues-Original Dixieland Jazz Band-April
 19 Feather Your Nest-Henry Burr & Albert Campbell-February
 20 Crazy Blues-Mamie Smith & Her Jazz Band-January
 21 I'm Nobody's Baby-Marion Harris-November
 22 I Ain't Got Nobody-Marion Harris-June
 23 Sweetheart-Paul Whiteman-November
 24 St.Louis Blues-Original Dixieland Jazz Band-September
 25 Grieving For You,Feather Your Nest-Paul Whiteman-February
 26 Royal Garden Blues-Original Dixieland Jazz Band-November
 27 Learn To Smile-Paul Whiteman-October
 28 Mazie-Yerkes Jazarimba Orchestra-July
 29 Palesteena-Original Dixieland Jazz Band-March
 30 Cherie-Carl Fenton & His Orchestra-August
 31 Love Sends A Little Gift Of Roses-Reinald Werrenrath
 32 Sweet Mama (Papa's Gettin' Mad)-Marion Harris-January
 33 Learn To Smile-John McCormack-November
 34 You Can't Keep A Good Man Down-Mamie Smith & Her Jazz Band-July
 35 Spread Yo' Stuff-Benny Krueger & His Orchestra-May
 36 My Mammy-Peerless Quartet-May
 37 Do You Ever Think Of Me?-Paul Whiteman-May
 38 Bright Eyes-Leo Reisman & His Orchestra-May
 39 I'm A Little Lonesome Little Raindrop-Frank Crumit-March
 40 Peggy O'Neil-Billy Jones-August
 41 Make Believe-Isham Jones & His Orchestra-June
 42 Kitten On The Keys-ZEZ Confrey & His Orchestra-June
 43 Caresses-Paul Whiteman-April
 44 Beale Street Blues-Marion Harris-December
 45 Strut,Miss Lizzie-American Quartet-December
 46 Cherie-Nora Bayes-October
 47 Down Home Blues-Ethel Waters-October
 48 All By Myself-Frank Crumit-September
 49 Palesteena-Eddie Cantor-February
 50 All She'd Say Was "Umh-Hum"-Van & Schenck-February
 51 Old Pal,Why Don't You Answer Me?-Henry Burr-January
 52 Anytime,Anyday,Anywhere-Paul Whiteman-January
 53 Auld Lang Syn-Peerless Quartet-December
 54 Dreams Of Long Ago-Enrico Caruso-October    (1912)
 55 All By Myself-Aileen Stanley-October
 56 Down Yonder-Ernest Hare & Bill Jones-August
 57 I Found A Rose In The Devil's Garden-Sterling Trio-August
 58 Scandanavia-Al Jolson-July
 59 Humming-Paul Whiteman-July
 60 Rose-Paul Biese Trio-April
 61 The Old Rugged Cross-Homer Rodeheaver-March
 62 Cherie-Ben Selvin & His Orchestra-July
 63 Moonbeams-All-Star-Trio-May
 64 Say It With Music-Ben Selvin & His Orchestra-December
 65 Who'll Be The Next One (To Cry Over You)-Charles Harrison-December
 66 All By Myself-Benny Krueger & His Orchestra-November
 67 Dangerous Blues-Mamie Smith & Her Jazz Band-October
 68 Where The Mississippi Flows-Olive Kline & Elsie Baker-November
 69 Hpme Again Blues-Aileen Stanley-September
 70 Do You Ever Think Of Me?-Happy Six-May
 71 I Ain't Nobody's Darling-Paul Biese Trio & Frank Crumit-December
 72 I Never Knew-Paul Whiteman-June
 73 Look For The Silver Lining-Charles Harrison & Edna Brown-May
 74 Rosie-Carl Fenton & His Orchestra-April
 75 Broadway Rose-Peerless Quartet-February
 76 There's Only One Pal,After All-Charles Hart-November
 77 Crooning-Benson Orchestra Of Chicago-September
 78 My Man (Mon Homme)-Aileen Stanley-August
 79 I Used To Love You,But It's All Over Now-Frank Crumit-August
 80 Learning-Great White Way Orchestra-July
 81 Wyoming (Lullaby)-Charles Hart-July
 82 Timbuctoo-Paul Biese Trio & Frank Crumit-April 
 83 Grieving For You-Marion Harris-March 
 84 Margie-Frank Crumit-February
 85 Beautiful Annabelle Lee-Prince's Orchestra-February
 86 The Japanese Sandman-Nora Bayes-January
 87 San-Benson Orchestra Of Chicago-November
 88 Bandana Days-Eubie Blake-December
 89 Deep In Your Eyes-Prince's Orchestra-October
 90 Peggy O'Neil-Charles Harrison-September
 91 I Found A Rose In The Devil's Garden-Sam Ash-July 
 92 My Mammy-Aileen Stanley-June
 93 My Mammy-Yerkes Jazarimba Orchestra-May
 94 Hungarian Rhapsody No.2-Philadelphia Orchestra-April
 95 I Used To Love You,But It's All Over Now-Peerless Quartet-April
 96 I'm A Jazz Vampire-Marion Harris-February
 97 Waiting For The Sun To Come Out-Lambert Murphy-January
 98 Whip-Poor-Will-Isham Jones & His Orchestra-April
 99 If You Only Knew-Edwin Dale-December
100 The Young Prince And The Young Princess-Philadelphia Orchestra-September
101 Ain't We Got Fun?-Benson Orchestra Of Chicago-August
102 Serenade-Efrem Zimbalist-May 
103 Fare Thee Honey Blues-Mamie Smith & Her Jazz Band-March
104 Sally,Won't You Come Back-Ted Lewis & His Band-December
105 You Made Me Forget How To Cry-Henry Burr-November
106 They Needed A Song Bird In Heaven (So God Took Caruso Away-Sam Ash-October
107 Down Yonder-Peerless Quartet-October
108 Jazz Me Blues-Original Dixieland Jazz Band-September
109 Tea Leaves-Nora Bayes-September
110 Some Little Bird-Coon-Sanders Orchestra-August
111 Whip-Poor-Will/Look For The Silver Lining (Medley)-Vernon Country Club Band-July
112 Now And Then-Ben Selvin & His Orchestra-April
113 Margie-Original Dixieland Jazz Band-March
114 Fair One-Ted Lewis & His Band-January
115 Mimi-Paul Biese Trio & Frank Crumit-November
116 Toddle-Paul Biese Trio-June
117 Home Again Blues-Frank Crumit-May
118 Why Worry?-Nora Bayes-May
119 I Love You,Sunday-Ted Lewis & His Band-February
120 Broadway Blues-Nora Bayes-February
121 My Gal Sal-Columbia Stellar Quartet-November
122 Three O'Clock In The Morning-Frank Crumit-November
123 You Made Me Forget How To Cry-Charles Harrison-November
124 Love Me-Ted Lewis & His Band-September
125 Carolina Lullaby-Henry Burr & Albert Campbell-August
126 I'm Nobody's Baby-Aileen Stanley-August
127 Make Believe-Ben Selvin & His Orchestra-June
128 My Mammy-Isham Jones & His Orchestra-May
129 Look Foor The Silver Linig-Isham Jones & His Orchestra-May
130 Mandalay-Henry Burr & Albert Campbell-March  
131 Palesteena-Frank Crumit-March
132 Avalon-Art Hickman & His Orchestra-February
133 Saturday-Nora Bayes-December
134 Tuck Me To Sleep (In My Old "Tucky Home")-Ernest Hare-November
135 In A Little Front Parlour (On An Old Backstreet)-Nora Bayes-August
136 Love Sends A Little Gift Of Roses-Charles Hackett-August
137 Look For The Silver Lining-Elizabeth Spencer-June 
138 Look For The Silver Lining-Lewis James-June
139 Symphony In E Flat Major (Finale)-Arturo Toscanini & La Scala Orchestra-May
140 Sweet Mama (Papa's Gettin' Mad)-Original Dixieland Jazz Band-March
141 Any Time,Any Day,Abywhere-Art Hickman & His Orchestra-March
142 Singin' The Blues-Aileen Stanley-February
143 They Needed A Song Bird In Heaven (So God Took Caruso Away)-Anthony Urato-November
144 Learn To Smile-Carl Fenton & His Orchestra-September
145 All By Myself-Vaughn Deleath-August
146 Royal Guarden Blues-Mamie Smith & Her Jazz Band-May
147 A Dream-Enrico Caruso-March
148 Anchors Aweigh-US Naval Academy Band-March
149 Oh,Me! Oh My!-Frank Crumit & Paul Biese Trio-November
150 All By Myself-Ben Selvin & His Orchestra-September
151 Mazie-Great White Way Orchestra-June
152 Love Will Find The Way-Reed Miller-May
153 Tuck Me To Sleep (In My Old 'Tucky Home)-Billy Jones-November
154 Hawiian Medley-Frank Ferera-November
155 The Japanese Sandman-Ben Selvin & His Orchestra-September
156 Cherie-Harry Raderman's Jazz Orchestra-August
157 Deep In Your Eyes-Lucy Isabelle Marsh-May
158 Tired Of Me-Ted Lewis & His Band-March

  * This list was compiled by data from the book titled "Joel Whitburn's 
Pop Memories 1890-1954"
(1986) by Billboard Publications,Inc.
Whitburn's book used data from:
               Billboard
               Talking Machine World (through 1929)
               Other trade publications
               Sheet Music Sales
               ASCAP
               Best-selling records information

 

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