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Written by Barry Kowal   
Jul 16, 2019 at 02:34 PM
EDWARD FOOTE GARDNER TOP US SINGLES FOR 1900*

No. Song-Artist-Month  Peak
  1 THE BLUE AND THE GRAY-BYRON G.HARLAN-MAY 1852 
  2 THE FATAL ROSE OF RED-JOE NATUS-September 1580 
  3 A BIRD IN A GILDED CAGE-STEVE PORTER-March 1436 
  4 I CAN'T TELL WHY I LOVE YOU BUT I DO-HARRY MACDONOUGH-October 1356 
  5 FOR OLD TIMES' SAKE-JERE MAHONEY-December 1254 
  6 A PICTURE NO ARTIST CAN PAINT-STEVE PORTER-January 1248 
  7 I'D LEAVE MY HAPPY HOME FOR YOU-ARTHUR COLLINS-January 1246 
  8 MA TIGER LILY-Len Spencer-July 1240 
  9 WHEN YOU WERE SWEET SIXTEEN-Jere Mahoney-April 1064 
 10 STRIKE UP THE BAND,HERE COMES THE SAILOR-Dan Quinn-August 1056 
 11 You Tell Me Your Dream (And I Will Tell You Mine)-Empire Quartet-November 976 
 12 Wait-Frank Stanley-September 940 
 13 Doan Ye Cry,Ma Honey-Sam Dudley-March 904 
 14 Ma Lady Lu-Various Artists-January 876 
 15 Just Because She Made Dem Goo-Goo Eyes-Arthur Collins-December 862 
 16 Always-Harry MacDonough-February 860 
 17 When Chloe Sings A Song-George J.Gaskin-May 828 
 18 The Story Of The Rose-Various Artists-January 796 
 19 I'm Certainly Living A Ragtime Life-Arthur Collins-June 784 
 20 Why-Frank Stanley-May 712 
 21 My Jersey Lily-Dan Quinn-June 700 
 22 Koonville Koonlets-Metropolitan Orchestra-June 692 
 23 My Heart's Tonight In Texas-Gilmore's Band/Bert Murphy-November 692 
 24 The Bridge Of Sighs-James Thornton-December 654 
 25 Ma Black Pearl-John W.Myers-November 602 
 26 Sing Me A Song 0f The South-Harry MacDonough-January 588 
 27 I Couldn't Stand To See My Baby Lose-Len Spencer-March 580 
 28 I Must A-Been A-Dreamin'-Arthur Collins-September 580 
 29 Midnight Fire Alarm-Peerless Orchestra-September 576 
 30 Lam' Lam' Lam'-Arthur Collins-December 562 
 31 (It's The)Man Behind The Gun-Sousa's Band-August 552 
 32 In Good Old New York Town-Samuel Dudley & Harry MacDonough-February 528 
 33 The Mosquito's Parade-Sousa's Band-December 512 
 34 Ole Eph's Vision-Edison Grand Concert Band-March 500 
 35 Every Race Has A Flag But The Coon-Arthur Collins-August 496 
 36 Wouldn't It Make You Mad,Wouldn't It Jar You-George J.Gaskin-July 488 
 37 Calling To Her Boy Just Once Again-Joe Natus-November 486 
 38 Filipino Shuffle-Various Artists-May 480 
 39 In Naples Fair-Camille D'Arville-April 472 
 40 Cakewalk In The Sky-Various Artists-January 462 
 41 A Coon Band Contest-Vess Osman-August 432 
 42 Oh,Shining Light-Frank Stanley-November 384 
 43 The Girls Of America March-Metropolitan Orchestra-January 348 
 44 Dawn Of The Century March-Various Artists-August 320 
 45 Just One Kiss-George J.Gaskin-August 320 
 46 What Is A Home Without Love?-Geroge J.Gaskin-May 288 
 47 Zulu Wedding Dance-Vess Osman-March 232 
 48 Impecunious Davis-Vess Osman-January 224 
 49 On The Firing Line-Various Artists-July 224 
 50 The Mick Who Threw The Brick-Arthur Collins-June 220 
 51 My Sunbeam From The South-George J.Gaskin-June 188 
 52 Lindy Loo-Grace Belmont-June 188 
 53 You Needn't Say The Kisses Came From Me-Imogene Comer-September 172 
 54 Hearts Are Trumps-Various Artists-April 148 
 55 I'm Glad I Met You,Mary-H. M. Rosenfeld-January 138 
 56 It' The Man Behind The Gun That Does The Work-Frank C.Stanley-December 136 
 57 Her Name Is Rose-Jere Mahoney-April 88 
 58 I've Got A White Man Working For Me-Arthur Collins-October 52 
 59 I'm Glad I Met You,Mary-J.Aldrich Libbey-January 52 
 60 Just When I Needed You Most-George J.Gaskin-October 44 
 61 It's The Man Behind The Gun That Does The Work-Frank C.Stanley-December 44 
*Edward Foote Gardner ia a mathematician who used data to
compile bi-monthly US single charts between 1899 and 1949.

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