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EDWARD FOOTE GARDNER TOP US SINGLES FOR 1939 PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Barry Kowal   
Oct 22, 2017 at 07:35 PM
EDWARD FOOTE GARDNER TOP US SINGLES FOR 1939*

No. Song-Artist-Month
  1 BEER BARREL POLKA-ANDREWS SISTERS-JUNE 1288 
  2 OVER THE RAINBOW-JUDY GARLAND-September 988 
  3 SUNRISE SERENADE-GLENN MILLER ORCHESTRA-June 968 
  4 DEEP PURPLE-BESS WAIN & LARRY CLINTON-March 920 
  5 WISHING-GLENN MILLER -June 904 
  6 LITTLE SIR ECHO-GUY LOMBARDO-May 860 
  7 SOUTH OF THE BORDER (DOWN MEXICO WAY)-SHEP FIELDS & HAL DARWIN-November 860 
  8 THE MAN WITH THE MANDOLIN-Jim Davidson & Nick Lucas-September 756 
  9 STAIRWAY TO THE STARS-Glenn Miller-July 756 
 10 SCATTERBRAIN-Shep Fields Orchestra-December 754 
 11 Moon Love-Glenn Miller-September 748 
 12 Penny Serenade-Guy Lombardo-March 748 
 13 My Prayer-Ray Eberle & Glenn Miller-November 654 
 14 Blue Orchids-Ray Eberle & Glenn Miller-November 652 
 15 I  Have Eyes-Bing Crosby -February 624 
 16 If I Didn't Care-Ink Spots-July 604 
 17 Our Love-Jack Leonard & Tommy Dorsey Orchestra-May 600 
 18 Three Little Fishies (Itty Bitty Poo)-Kay Kyser-June 596 
 19 Jeepers Creepers-Paula Kelly & Al Donohue-February 580 
 20 The Umbrella Man-Kay Kyser-February 562 
 21 Heaven Can Wait-Clyde Burke & Glen Gray-April 544 
 22 Day In - Day Out-Helen Ward & Bob Crosby-October 544 
 23 And The Angels Sing-Benny Goodman-May 544 
 24 Comes Love-Helen Forrest & Artie Shaw-September 532 
 25 Little Skipper-Ozzie Nelson-May 528 
 26 Oh, You Crazy Moon-Tommy Dorsey-September 508 
 27 Could Be-Johnny Mercer-March 508 
 28 (Alla En) El Rancho Grande-Bing Crosby-November 506 
 29 The Masquerade Is Over-Bob Eberly & Jimmy Dorsey-April 504 
 30 You're A Sweet Little Headache-Bing Crosby-March 500 
 31 An Apple For The Teacher-Bing Crosby & Connee Boswell-October 496 
 32 Don't Worry 'bout Me-Hal Kemp-June 492 
 33 White Sails-Ozzie Nelson-July 492 
 34 Lilacs In The Rain-Bob Crosby Orchestra-December 488 
 35 What's New?-Bing Crosby-October 480 
 36 God Bless America-Bing Crosby-April 476 
 37 You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby-Bing Crosby-January 466 
 38 The Lady's In Love With You-Glenn Miller & Tex Benke-July 464 
 39 I Get Along Without You Very Well-Terry Allen & Red Norvo-April 456 
 40 I Poured My Heart Into A Song-Tony Pastor & Artie Shaw-August 456 
 41 Cinderella, Stay In My Arms-Guy Lombardo Orchestra-August 452 
 42 Deep In A Dream-Helen Forrest & Artie Shaw-February 422 
 43 The Lamp Is Low-Jack Leonard & Tommy Dorsey Orchestra-August 408 
 44 Moonlight Serenade-Glenn Miller-September 408 
 45 In An Eighteenth Century Drawing Room-Guy Lombardo-October 392 
 46 I Cried For You-Glen Gray & The Casa Loma Orchestra-March 380 
 47 Hold Tight, Hold Tight-Andrews Sisters-April 380 
 48 This Can't Be Love-Martha Tilton & Benny Goodman-January 362 
 49 Thanks For Everything-Artie Shaw & Helen Forrest-February 352 
 50 To You-Jack Leonard & Tommy Dorsey Orchestra-August 348 
 51 Are You Havin' Any Fun?-Tommy Dorsey & Edythe Wright-November 340 
 52 (Why Couldn't It Last) Last Night-Glenn Miller-November 324 
 53 The Jumpin' Jive-Cab Calloway-September 312 
 54 I Didn't Know What Time It Was-Benny Goodman & Louise Tobin-December 312 
 55 Well, All Right!-Andrews Sisters-August 304 
 56 F. D. R. Jones-Ella Fitzgerald & Chick Webb-February 304 
 57 Strange Enchantment-Dorothy Lamour-July 300 
 58 A New Moon And An Old Serenade-Jack Leonard & Tommy Dorsey Orchestra-June 300 
 59 In The Middle Of A Dream-Tommy Dorsey-July 296 
 60 A Man And His Dream-Bing Crosby-October 284 
 61 They Say-Artie Shaw & Helen Forrest-February 278 
 62 The East Side Of Heaven-Bing Crosby-May 268 
 63 Stop! It's Wonderful-Orrin Tucker Orchestra, Bonnie Baker-December 266 
 64 Address Unknown-The Ink Spots-November 256 
 65 Hurry Home-Sammy Kaye-February 240 
 66 Goody Goodbye-Dolly Dawn-December 222 
 67 I'm Building A Sailboat Of Dreams-Dick Robertson-May 216 
 68 Gotta Get Some Shuteye-Kay Kyser-April 212 
 69 The Moon Is A Silver Dollar-Lawrence Welk-April 208 
 70 This Is It-Jack Leonard & Tommy Dorsey Orchestra-April 196 
 71 I Promise You-Harry Babbitt & Kay Kyser-March 192 
 72 Get Out Of Town-Eddy Duchin-February 184 
 73 I Must See Annie Tonight-Guy Lombardo-January 178 
 74 Blue Evening-Woody Herman-June 144 
 75 This Is No Dream-Jack Leonard & Tommy Dorsey Orchestra-August 140 
 76 My Last Goodbye-Henry Busse-July 136 
 77 I Never Knew Heaven Could Speak-Bob Crosby-June 132 
 78 It's A Hundred To One (I'm In Love)-Dick Jurgens & Buddy Howard-October 128 
 79 Good Morning-Abe Lyman & Rose Blane-November 124 
 80 My Heart Belongs To Daddy-Mary Martin-March 124 
 81 Angels With Dirty Faces-Max Steiner-January 116 
 82 The Funny Old Hills-Bing Crosby-February 112 
 83 The Little Man Who Wasn't There-Glenn Miller-October 104 
 84 Good For Nothin' But Love-Fats Waller-March 104 
 85 We've Come A Long Way Together-Sammy Kaye-April 100 
 86 Tears From My Inkwell-Glen Gray-May 96 
 87 Woodchoppers' Ball-Woody Herman Orchestra-June 96 
 88 I Ups To Her (And She Ups To Me)-Guy Lombardo-January 92 
 89 This Night (Will Be My Souvenir)-Glen Gray-April 92 
 90 Concert In The Park-Guy Lombardo Orchestra-July 76 
 91 The Shabby Old Cabby-Joe Loss-August 60 
 92 You're The Only Star (In My Blue Heaven)-The Hill Billies & Dick Todd-January 56 
 93 Ferdinand The Bull-Milt Kahl -January 56 
 94 Especially For You-Jimmy Dorsey-August 56 
 95 South American Way-Carmen Miranda-August 52 
 96 Sweethearts-Victor Herbert-February 52 
 97 If I Had My Way-Bing Crosby-July 48 
 98 Night Must Fall (Over All)-Xavier Cugat-May 44 
 99 Undecided-Ella Fitzgerald & Chick Webb-April 44 
100 Please Come Out Of Your Dream-Seger Ellis-January 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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