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Written by Barry Kowal   
Oct 13, 2017 at 02:17 PM
PLAYBACK.FM (Website) TOP SINGLES FOR 1939*


No. Song-Artist-Peak Month
 1 OVER THE RAINBOW-JUDY GARLAND-OCTOBER 
 2 MOONLIGHT SERENADE-GLENN MILLER-October
 3 GOD BLESS AMERICA-KATE SMITH-August
 4 STRANGE FRUIT-BILLIE HOLIDAY-July
 5 BODY AND SOUL-COLEMAN HAWKINS-December
 6 IF I DIDN'T CARE-THE INK SPOTS-June
 7 DEEP PURPLE-BESS WAIN & LARRY CLINTON-March
 8 AND THE ANGELS SING-Martha Tilton-May
 9 BEER BARREL POLKA (ROLL OUT THE BARREL)-Will Glahe & His Orchestra-July		
10 SOUTH OF THE BORDER (DOWN MEXICO WAY)-Shep Fields & His Rippling Rhythm Orchestra-November
11 Three Little Fishies-Kay Kyser-May
12 Tea For Two-Art Tatum-August	
13 Back in the Saddle Again-Gene Autry-December	
14 At The Woodchopper's Ball-Woody Herman-December
15 Blue Orchids-Ray Eberle & Glenn Miller-November
16 O Que & Que a Baiana Tem?-Carmen Miranda & Dorival Caymmi-July	
17 Beer Barrel Polka (Roll out the Barrel)-Andrews Sisters-December
18 When The Saints Go Marching In-Louis Armstrong-April
19 Heaven Can Wait-Clyde Burke & Glen Gray-April
20 Cherokee-Charlie Barnet-October	
21 Our Love-Jack Leonard & Tommy Dorsey Orchestra-April
22 Wishing (Will Make It So)-Glenn Miller-June
23 Your Feet's Too Big-Fats Waller-December	
24 Sunrise Serenade-Glen Gray Orchestra-August
25 Stairway To The Stars-Glenn Miller-July
26 Says My Heart-Mildred Bailey & Red Norvo-July
27 Little Brown Jug-Glenn Miller-July
28 Scatter-Brain-Frankie Masters & His Orchestra-December	
29 Over The Rainbow-Ray Eberle & Glenn Miller-October
30 Lied Eines Jungen Wachtposten (Lili Marlen)-Lale Andersen-July	
31 Penny Serenade-Guy Lombardo-March 
32 I Miss You So-The Cats & The Fiddle-July
33 Lester Leaps In-Count Basie-July	
34 Darn That Dream-Benny Goodman Orchestra & Mildred Bailey-December
35 Sunrise Serenade-Glenn Miller-August
36 My Prayer-Ink Spots-December
37 Address Unknown-The Ink Spots-November	
38 The Lion Sleeps Tonight-Solomon Linda & The Evening Birds-July	
39 We'll Meet Again-Vera Lynn-December
40 Hold Tight,Hold Tight (Want Some Seafood,Mama)-Andrews Sisters-April	
41 Faithful Forever-Ray Eberle & Glenn Miller-December
42 An Apple For Teacher-Bing Crosby & Connee Boswell-October
43 What's New?-Bing Crosby-November	
44 Moon Love-Glenn Miller-August
45 I Poured My Heart Into A Song-Tony Pastor & Artie Shaw-August
46 All The Things You Are-Frankie Masters & His Orchestra-December	
47 Two Sleepy People-Bob Hope & Shirley Ross-January	
48 Penny Serenade-Sammy Kaye-March
49 I Don't Know-Cripple Clarence Lofton-July	
50 A Jardineira-Orlando Silva-July	
51 Day-In Day-Out-Bob Crosby & his Orchestra-October	
52 Man With The Mandolin-Marion Hutton & Glenn Miller-October
53 Thanks For Everything-Artie Shaw & Helen Forrest-January
54 Indian Summer-Jack Leonard & Tommy Dorsey Orchestra-December
55 My Country 'tis Of Thee-Marian Anderson-July	
56 Careless-Dick Jurgens & His Orchestra-December	
57 The Lamp Is Low-Jack Leonard & Tommy Dorsey Orchestra-August
58 Frenesi-Juan Daniel-December	
59 I Thought About You-Mildred Bailey-December	
60 No Rancho Fundo-Silvio Caldas-July		

*This list was compiled with charts from various 
western industrialized  nations (primarily the USA and UK).
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