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Written by Barry Kowal   
Jun 04, 2012 at 05:11 AM
TOP SONGS IN THE USA FOR 1919*






No. Song-Artist-Peak Month         
  1 BEAUTIFUL OHIO-HENRY BURR-JUNE
  2 TILL WE MEET AGAIN-HENRY BURR & ALBERT CAMPBELL-March
  3 OH! WHAT A PAL WAS MARY-HENRY BURR-December
  4 I'LL SAY SHE DOES-AL JOLSON-August
  5 A PRETTY GIRL IS LIKE A MELODY-JOHN STEEL-October
  6 I'M FOREVER BLOWING BUBBLES-BEN SELVIN'S NOVELTY ORCHESTRA-November
  7 AFTER YOU'VE GONE-MARION HARRIS-February
  8 IT'S NOBODY'S BUSINESS BUT MY OWN-Bert Williams-September
  9 I'M FOREVER BLOWING BUBBLES-Henry Burr & Albert Campbell-July
 10 O DEATH,WHERE IS THY STING?-Bert Williams-January
 11 Till We Meet Again-Nicholas Orlando's Orchestra-May
 12 Beautiful Ohio-Waldorf-Astoria Dance Orchestra-May
 13 Till We Meet Again-Lewis James & Charles Hart-March
 14 When You Look In The Heart Of A Rose-John McCormack-August
 15 How Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down On The Farm (After They've Seen Paree)-Nora Bayes-April 
 16 A Good Man Is Hard To Find-Marion Harris-June
 17 Mandy-Van & Schenck-December
 18 Everybody Wants A Key To My Cellar-Bert Williams-October
 19 Chong-Columbia-Saxophone Sextette-August
 20 While You're Away (Pack Up Your Cares In A Bundle Of Joy)-Peerless Quartet-January
 21 A Rose,A Kiss And You-John Steel-August
 22 Beautiful Ohio-Prince's Quartet-February
 23 Just As We Used To Do-Billy Murray-September
 24 Baby's Prayer Will Soon Be Answered-Henry Burr-April
 25 Tell That To The Marines-Al Jolson-January
 26 The Vamp-Joseph C.Smith Orchestra-October
 27 Jazz Baby-Marion Harris-August
 28 Yearning-Prince's Quartet-November
 29 That Wonderful Mother Of Mine-Henry Burr-July
 30 That Tumble-Down Shack In Athlone-Sterling Trio-July
 31 When You Look In The Heart Of A Rose-Charles Harrison-June
 32 Madelon-Victor Military Band-AMay
 33 Good-Bye,France-Nora Bayes-March
 34 Dreaming Of Home,Sweet Home-Charles Harrison-February
 35 Oh How I Wish I Could Sleep Until My Daddy Comes Back Home-Henry Burr-January
 36 Hindustan-Joseph C.Smith Orchestra-January
 37 Yearning-Joseph C.Smith Orchestra-December
 38 Mandy-Shannon Four-November
 39 Sweet Hawaiian Moonlight-Vivian Holt & Lillian Rosedale-November
 40 Smilin' Through-Reinald Werrenrath-October
 41 Spirit Of Independence March-Conway's Band-August
 42 Bring Back Those Wonderful Days-Arthur Fields-July 
 43 Bring Back Those Wonderful Days-Bert Williams-July 
 44 Ja-Da (Ja Da,Ja Da,Jing,Jing,Jing)-Arthur Fields-March
 45 Slide,Kelly,Slide-Wilbur Sweatman's Original Jazz Band-December
 46 Calling Me Home To You-John McCormack-June
 47 Sand Dunes-Earl Fuller's Novelty Orchestra-May
 48 A Little Birch Canoe And You-Elsie Baker-March
 49 When You Come Back-John McCormack-February
 50 I Want To Hold You In My Arms-Al Bernard & Ernest Hare-October
 51 I'll Say She Does-Wilbur Sweatman's Original Jazz Band-September
 52 Take Your Girlie To The Movies (If You Can't Make Love At Home)-October
 53 You Can't Get Lovin' Where There Ain't No Love-Nora Bayes-December
 54 Beautiful Ohio-Marguerite Dunlap & Olive Kline-April
 55 Uncle Josh And Aunt Nancy Put Up The Kitchen Stove-Cal Stewart & Ada Jones-October
 56 Take Me To The Land Of Jazz-Marion Harris-October
 57 Friends-Sterling Trio-August
 58 A Good Man Is Hard To Find-Wilbur Sweatman's Original Jazz Band-July
 59 The Alcoholic Blues-Billy Murray-March
 60 Mandy-Ben Selvin & His Orchestra-December
 61 My Swanee Home-Vivian Holt & Lillian Rosedale-September
 62 On The Road To Calais-Al Jolson-June
 63 In The Land Of Beginning Again-Charles Harrison-September
 64 Forever Is A Long,Long Time-Charles Hart-July
 65 Caroline Sunshine-Sterling Trio-December
 66 I've Got My Captain Working For Me Now-Billy Murray-December
 67 Oh!How She Can Sing-Van & Schenck-November
 68 Dear Heart-John Steel-November
 69 And He'd Say Oo-La-La! Wee Wee!-Billy Murray-November
 70 Juanita-Emilio DeGogorza-July
 71 Arabian Nights-Waldorf-Astoria Dance Orchestra-May
 72 I'll Say She Does-All-Star Trio-April
 73 Would You Rather Be A Colnel With An Eagle On Your Shoulder Or A Private With A Chicken On...-Arthur Fields-Mar.
 74 Hindustan-Henry Burr & Albert Campbell-February
 75 Oh My Dear!-Joseph C.Smith Orchestra-August
 76 Tears-Sam Ash-June
 77 Sometime-Joseph C.Smith Orchestra-May
 78 Marche Lorraine-French Army Band-February
 79 Mary-Joseph C.Smith Orchestra-February
 80 Rose Of No Man's Land-Charles Hart-January
 81 I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles-Charles Hart-July
 82 Smile And The Whole World Smiles With You-Lewis James & Peerless Quartet-June
 83 A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody-Sam Ash-December
 84 The Vamp-Waldorf-Astoria Dance Orchestra-September
 85 Beautiful Ohio-Fritz Kreisler-September
 86 Dear Little Boy Of Mine-Will Oakland-September
 87 Oh,Susy,Behave-Fred Van Eps-August
 88 Kiss Me Again-Victor Herbert & His Orchestra-August
 89 How Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down On The Farm (After They've Seen Paree)-Arthur Fields-May
 90 Come On,Papa-Avon Comedy Four-April
 91 Christmas Time At Pumpkin Center-Ada Jones,Cal Stewart & Peerless Quartet--December
 92 Poor Little Butterfly Is A Fly Gal Now--Belle Baker-December
 93 Dear Old Pal Of Mine-Sascha Jacobsen-September
 94 Somebody's Waiting For Someone-Henry Burr & Albert Campbell-August
 95 After All-Reinald Werrenrath-June
 96 The Old Folks At Home-Oscar Seagle & Columbia Stellar Quartet-February
 97 Golden Gate-Charles Hart-December
 98 Beautiful Ohio-Waldorf-Sam Ash-April
 99 Don't Cry,Little Girl,Don't Cry-Henry Burr-March 
100 When The Boys Come Home-Louis Gravieure-June
101 Till We Meet Again-Vernon Dalhart & Gladys Rice-April
102 Bring Back My Bonnie To Me-Orpheus Quartet-March
103 Garibaldi's Hymn-Enrico Caruso-February
104 Peer Gynt Suite No.1 (Anitra's Dance)-Philadelphia Orchestra (Leopold Stokowski,Conductor)-January
105 Roses Of Picardy-John McCormack-December
106 You Don't Need The Wine To Have A Wonderful Time-Eddie Cantor-November
107 Anything Is Nice If It Comes From Dixie-American Quartet-September
108 It's Nobody's Business But My Own-Arthur Collins-September
109 The St.Louis Blues-Al Bernard-June
110 Samson et Dalila:Je Viens Celebrer La Victore (I Come To Celebrate Victory-Enrico Caruso-June
111 Samson et Dalila:Je Viens Celebrer La Victore (I Come To Celebrate Victory-Louise Homer-June
112 How Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down On The Farm (After They've Seen Paree)-Byron G.Harlan-May 
113 After You've Gone-Billy Murray,Gladys Rice & Rachel Grant-March
114 Rose Of No Man's Land-Charles Harrison-March
115 Goodbye,France-Peerless Quartet-March
116 Dreaming Of Home,Sweet Home-Sterling Trio-February
117 Cohen On His Honeymoon-Monroe Silver-February
118 When You Come Back,And You Will Come Back-Orpheus Quartet-January
119 Breeze (Blow My Baby Back To Me)-American Quartet-November
120 Where The Lanterns Glow-Columbia-Saxophone Sextette-October
121 Take Your Girlie To The Movies(If You Can't Make Love At Home)-Irving Kaufman-October
122 I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles-George Wilton Ballard & Helen Clark-September
123 Egyptland-Earl Fuller's Novelty Orchestra-August
124 Marche Francaise-Victor Military Band-May
125 Till We Meet Again-Prince's Quartet-May
126 Bring Back My Bonnie To Me-Alma Gluck-March
127 A Good Man Is Hard To Find-Ernest Hare-March
128 There's A Long,Long Trail-Riccardo Stracciari-February
129 Hatikva (Our Hope)-Alma Gluck-January
130 The Bluebird-Elizabeth Spencer-January
131 They'll Be Mighty Proud In Dixie Of Their Old Black Joe-Henry Burr & Albert Campbell-January

 
  * 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:
               Talking Machine World (published monthly listsof record labels' top sellers from 1914-21)
               Jim Walsh
               Sheet Music Sales
               ASCAP
               Record Label Publications
               Best-selling records information
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