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Written by Barry Kowal   
Nov 23, 2018 at 10:19 AM
EDWARD FOOTE GARDNER TOP US SINGLES FOR 1940*

No. Song-Artist-Month
  1 I'LL NEVER SMILE AGAIN-FRANK SINATRA & TOMMY DORSEY ORCHESTRA-AUGUST 1004 
  2 THE WOODPECKER SONG-GLENN MILLER-May 992 
  3 IN AN OLD DUTCH GARDEN-DICK JURGENS ORCHESTRA & EDDY HOWARD-April 980 
  4 BLUEBERRY HILL-GLENN MILLER-October 912 
  5 ONLY FOREVER-BING CROSBY-October 902 
  6 TRADE WINDS-BING CROSBY-October 834 
  7 WHEN YOU WISH UPON A STAR-GLENN MILLER-March 812 
  8 THE SINGING HILLS-Bing Crosby-May 788 
  9 SIERRA SUE-Bing Crosby-July 784 
 10 GOD BLESS AMERICA-Bing Crosby-August 780 
 11 Make Believe Island-Mitchell Ayers & Mary Ann Mercer-July 780 
 12 Ferry-boat Serenade-Kay Kyser,Harry,Ginny,Jack & Max-November 780 
 13 With The Wind And The Rain In Your Hair-Bob Crosby Orchestra & Marion Mann-May 744 
 14 When The Swallows Come Back To Capistrano-Ink Spots -September 744 
 15 Imagination-Glenn Miller-June 732 
 16 Maybe-Ink Spots-October 728 
 17 Playmates-Kay Kyser & Sully Mason Trio-June 724 
 18 There I Go-Vaughn Monroe-November 706 
 19 We Three-Ink Spots-December 680 
 20 Beat Me, Daddy, Eight To The Bar-Will Bradley & Ray McKinley -November 652 
 21 Practice Makes Perfect-Bob Chester & Al Stuart-October 648 
 22 The Breeze And I-Jimmy Dorsey & Bob Eberly-July 648 
 23 In The Mood-Glenn Miller-February 634 
 24 Tuxedo Junction-Glenn Miller Orchestra-April 632 
 25 Fools Rush In-Ray Eberle & Glenn Miller-August 616 
 26 I'm Nobody's Baby-Flanagan & Allen-September 568 
 27 At The Balalaika-Orrin Tucker Orchestra & Gil Mershon-February 560 
 28 Say It-Glenn Miller-June 504 
 29 A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square-Glenn Miller & Ray Eberle-December 494 
 30 It's A Blue World-Tony Martin & Ray Sinatra Orchestra-March 492 
 31 Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh!-Orrin Tucker Orchestra-January 492 
 32 Darn That Dream-Benny Goodman Orchestra & Mildred Bailey-March 484 
 33 Where Was I?-Charlie Barnet & Mary Ann McCall-June 480 
 34 On The Isle Of May-Connee Boswell-April 472 
 35 (I'm) Too Romantic-Bing Crosby-May 472 
 36 Faithful Forever-Ray Eberle & Glenn Miller-February 460 
 37 Our Love Affair-Tommy Dorsey & Frank Sinatra-November 448 
 38 Careless-Dick Jurgens & His Orchestra-February 434 
 39 Indian Summer-Jack Leonard & Tommy Dorsey Orchestra-January 424 
 40 Six Lessons From Madame La Zonga-Jimmy Dorsey & Helen O'Connell-September 420 
 41 The Nearness Of You-Glenn Miller & Ray Eberle-September 412 
 42 The Gaucho Serenade-Dick Todd-April 396 
 43 Shake Down The Stars-Benny Goodman -June 388 
 44 All The Things You Are-Tommy Dorsey-January 370 
 45 Dream Valley-Sammy Kaye & Tommy Ryan-December 370 
 46 Leanin' On The Ole Top Rail-Bob Crosby-April 360 
 47 Little Curly Hair In A High Chair-Fats Waller-May 344
 48 The Starlit Hour-Glenn Miller Orchestra & Ray Eberle-April 336 
 49 I Can't Love You Any More (Than I Do)-Benny Goodman Orchestra & Helen Forrest-July 332 
 50 I've Got My Eyes On You-Tommy Dorsey Orchestra & Alan Dewitt-March 332 
 51 Say Si Si (Para Vigo Me Voy)-Andrews Sisters-April 320 
 52 Alice Blue Gown-Glenn Miller-May 320 
 53 All This And Heaven Too-Harry Roy-August 312 
 54 Let There Be Love-Sammy Kaye Orchestra & Tommy Ryan-May 312 
 55 How High The Moon-Benny Goodman Orchestra & Helen Forrest-April 312 
 56 Now I Lay Me Down To Dream-Dolores O'Neil & Bob Chester Orchestra-November 304 
 57 I'm Stepping Out With A Memory Tonight-Glenn Miller & Ray Eberle-August 284 
 58 The Call Of The Canyon-Glenn Miller & Ray Eberle-October 272 
 59 Do I Love You?-Leo Reisman Orchestra & Lee Sullivan-March 272 
 60 The Little Red Fox-Kay Kyser Orchrstra,Harry Babbitt & Little Audrey-February 244 
 61 Blue Lovebird-Kay Kyser Orchestra & Ginny Simms-July 236 
 62 I Am An American-Gary Gordon-November 232 
 63 Devil May Care-Glenn Miller & Ray Eberle-July 228 
 64 Five O'clock Whistle-Ella Fitzgerald -December 228 
 65 Pennsylvania 6-5000-Glenn Miller Orchestra-August 212 
 66 That's For Me-Bing Crosby-October 192 
 67 Scrub Me, Mama, With A Boogie Beat-Will Bradley-December 186 
 68 A Lover's Lullaby-Glen Gray-May 180 
 69 You'd Be Surprised-Orin Tucker & Bonnie Baker-February 168 
 70 This Changing World-Glenn Miller Orchestra & Ray Eberle-February 164 
 71 Crosstown-Glenn Miller-October 148 
 72 Yodelin' Jive-Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters-January 148 
 73 Speaking Of Heaven-Ray Eberle & Glenn Miller-January 140 
 74 You're Lonely And I'm Lonely-Tommy Dorsey Orchestra & Frank Sinatra-July 140 
 75 Confucius Say-Guy Lombardo Orchestra-March 136 
 76 Chatterbox-Kay Kyser-January 132 
 77 Two Dreams Met-Mitchell Ayres-November 132 
 78 To You, Sweetheart, Aloha-Dick Todd-February 128 
 79 Can't Get Indiana Off My Mind-Bing Crosby-September 124 
 80 You, You, Darlin'-Kay Kyser-May 112 
 81 Hear My Song, Violetta-Josef Locke-August 108 
 82 The Same Old Story-Frankie Masters-October 108 
 83 Yours Is My Heart Alone-Glen Gray-June 104 
 84 A Million Dreams Ago-Dick Jurgens-November 100 
 85 Bluebirds In The Moonlight (Silly Idea)-Glenn Miller & Marion Hutton-January 100 
 86 Boog-it-Glenn Miller-June 92 
 87 Orchids For Remembrance-Eddy Howard-August 56 
 88 So Far, So Good-Bob Crosby Orchestra & Marion Mann-April 56 
 89 It's A Wonderful World-Charlie Barnett & Mary Ann McCall-June 48 
 90 Tennessee Fish Fry-Kay Kyser & His Orchestra-July 48 
 91 Ciribiribin-Andrews Sisters & Bing Crosby-January 44 
 92 An Angel In Disguise-Dick Todd-June 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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