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Written by Barry Kowal   
Oct 19, 2018 at 05:57 PM
EDWARD FOOTE GARDNER TOP US SINGLES FOR 1918*

No. Song-Artist-Month
  1 THE DARKTOWN STRUTTERS' BALL-ORIGINAL DIXIELAND JAZZ BAND-FEBRUARY 1726 
  2 K-K-K-KATY (STAMMERING SONG)-BILLY MURRAY-July 1636 
  3 JUST A BABY'S PRAYER AT TWILIGHT (FOR HER DADDY OVER THERE)-HENRY BURR-April 1588 
  4 SMILES-JOSEPH C.SMITH'S ORCHESTRA-September 1570 
  5 I'M SORRY I MADE YOU CRY-HENRY BURR-June 1492 
  6 THERE'S A LONG,LONG TRAIL-CHARLES HARRISON,BILLY BURTON & HERBERT STUART-March 1424 
  7 INDIANOLA-PRINCE'S ORCHESTRA-April 1404 
  8 ROCK-A-BYE YOUR BABY WITH A DIXIE MELODY-Al Jolson-September 1200 
  9 HELLO CENTRAL,GIVE ME NO-MAN'S LAND-Al Jolson-August 1108 
 10 ARE YOU FROM HEAVEN?-Henry Burr-April 940 
 11 (She's) The Daughter Of Rosie O'Grady-Lewis James-June 916 
 12 My Belgian Rose-Charles Hart-September 912 
 13 Good morning,Mr.Zip-Zip-Zip!-Eugene Buckley & Peerless Quartette-July 904 
 14 Oh!How I Hate To Get Up In The Morning-Arthur Fields-November 876 
 15 Forever Is A Long,Long Time-Charles Hart-June 852 
 16 Everything Is Peaches Down In Georgia-American Quartet-November 836 
 17 Oh! Frenchy-Arthur Fields-October 826 
 18 Hindustan-Henry Burr & Albert Campbell-December 808 
 19 When You Come Back (And You Will Come Back)-John McCormack-October 736 
 20 Oui,Oui Marie-Arthur Fields-December 720 
 21 I'm All Bound Round With The Mason-Dixon Line-Irving Kaufman-January 652 
 22 They Were All Out Of Step But Jim-Billy Murray-August 652 
 23 After You've Gone-Henry Burr & Albert Campbell-November 620 
 24 Oh How I Wish I Could Sleep Until My Daddy Comes Back Home-Henry Burr-November 606 
 25 I Don't Want To Get Well-Van & Schenck-January 590 
 26 If He Can Fight Like He Can Love (Good Night,Germany)-Farber Sisters-September 588 
 27 I Hate To Lose You-Grant Clarke-June 584 
 28 Bring Back My Daddy To Me-William Tracey & Howard Johnson-June 520 
 29 Everybody Ought To Know How To Do The Tickle Toe-Barbara A. Cooke-June 492 
 30 Lorraine (My Beautiful Alsace Lorraine)-Vernon Dalhart-May 464 
 31 Just Like Washington Crossed The Delaware,General Pershing Will Cross The Rhine-Peerless Quartet-July 460 
 32 Wait Till The Cows Come Home-Prince's Orchestra-March 430 
 33 Sweet Little Buttercup-Shannon Four & Elizabeth Spencer-April 428 
 34 Keep Your Head Down,Fritzie Boy-Billy Murray & American Quartet-August 400 
 35 Tishomingo Blues-Eddie Nelson-July 340 
 36 Tiger Rag-Original Dixieland Jazz Band-October 332 
 37 Mammy's Chocolate Soldier'-Victor Light Opera Co.-November 324 
 38 I'm Going To Follow The Boys-Henry Burr & Elizabeth Spencer-April 320 
 39 Three Wonderful Letters From Home-Henry Burr-June 320 
 40 Li'l Liza Jane-Earl Fuller's Famous Jazz Band-March 320 
 41 Blue Bird (Bring back My Happiness)-George Graff-May 268 
 42 'N Everything-Al Jolson-July 252 
 43 Hail! Hail! The Gang's All Here-Irving Kaufman & Columbia Quartet-January 250 
 44 Somewhere In France Is The Lily-Henry Burr-February 248 
 45 I'm Gonna Pin My Medal On The Girl I Left Behind-Peerless Quartet-September 232 
 46 The Old Grey Mare-Prince's Orchestra-February 220 
 47 Everybody's Crazy 'Bout The Doggone Blues (But I'm Happy)-Marion Harris-August 204 
 48 Long Boy (Goodbye,Ma! Goodbye,Pa! Goodbye,Mule)-Prince's Orchestra-January 182 
 49 Waters Of Venice-Marx Brothers-November 156 
 50 Will You Remember (Sweetheart)-Olive Kline-January 146 
 51 Roses Of Picardy-Lawrence Murphy-October 144 
 52 On The Road To Home Sweet Home-Percy Hemus-April 144 
 53 Give Me The Moonlight,Give Me The Girl (And Leave The Rest To Me)-Sam Ash-February 96 
 54 How'd You Like To Be My Daddy?-Farber Sisters-July 88 
 55 Liberty Bell (It's Time To Ring Again)-Arthur Fields-March 44 
 56 If You Look In Her Eyes-Louis Hirsch & Otto Harbach-May 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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