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Written by Barry Kowal   
Sep 04, 2016 at 12:22 PM
EDWARD FOOTE GARDNER TOP US SINGLES FOR 1946*

 


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No. Song-Artist-Month
  1 THE GYPSY-THE INK SPOTS-JUNE 1348 
  2 TO EACH HIS OWN-EDDY HOWARD-August 1288 
  3 THEY SAY IT'S WONDERFUL-PERRY COMO-July 1176 
  4 FIVE MINUTES MORE-FRANK SINATRA-September 1024 
  5 PRISONER OF LOVE-PERRY COMO-June 1020 
  6 RUMORS ARE FLYING-FRANKIE CARLE ORCHESTRA & MARJORIE HUGHES-November 972 
  7 DOIN' WHAT COMES NATUR'LY-DINAH SHORE &SPADE COOLEY ORCHESTRA-August 972 
  8 OH! WHAT IT SEEMED TO BE-Frankie Carle & Marjorie Hughes-March 972 
  9 ALL THROUGH THE DAY-Perry Como & Russ Case Orchestra-May 944 
 10 LAUGHING ON THE OUTSIDE (CRYING ON THE INSIDE)-Dinah Shore & Sonny Burke Orchestra-May 912 
 11 Surrender-Perry Como-August 904 
 12 Ole Buttermilk Sky-Kay Kyser Orchestra-December 902 
 13 Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief-Betty Hutton-March 820 
 14 Sioux City Sue-Bing Crosby-May 816 
 15 I Don't Know Enough About You-Peggy Lee-July 780 
 16 South America, Take It Away-Bing Crosby & Andrews Sisters-September 776 
 17 Personality-Johnny Mercer & Pied Pipers-March 752 
 18 I'm Always Chasing Rainbows-Perry Como & Satisfiers-February 744 
 19 You Won't Be Satisfied (Until You Break My Heart)-Les Brown Orchestra & Doris Day-April 720 
 20 If You Were The Only Girl-Perry Como & Russ Case Orchestra-September 664 
 21 I Can't Begin To Tell You-Bing Crosby & Carmen Cavallaro-January 654 
 22 Shoo-fly Pie And Apple Pan Dowdy-Nat King Cole-May 652 
 23 In Love In Vain-Margaret Whiting & Carl Kress Orchestra-August 652 
 24 Symphony-Freddy Martin-January 648 
 25 You Keep Coming Back Like A Song-Dinah Shore-November 632 
 26 I Got The Sun In The Morning-Les Brown Orchestra & Doris Day-July 628 
 27 Day By Day-Frank Sinatra-March 604 
 28 I Don't Know Why (I Just Do)-Frank Sinatra-September 600 
 29 The Whole World Is Singing My Song-Les Brown Orchestra & Doris Day-December 594 
 30 One-zy, Two-zy (I Love You-zy)-Phil Harris Orchestra-April 564 
 31 Full Moon And Empty Arms-Frank Sinatra  & Axel Stordahl Orchestra-June 536 
 32 The Things We Did Last Summer-Frank Sinatra & Axel Stordahl Orchestra-November 466 
 33 September Song-Bing Crosby-December 466 
 34 Seems Like Old Times-Guy Lombardo Orchestra & Don Rodney-May 428 
 35 This Is Always-Harry James Orchestra & Buddy Divito-November 420 
 36 One More Tomorrow-Frankie Carle Orchestra & Marjorie Hughes-August 416 
 37 Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!-Vaughn Monroe & Orchestra-February 394 
 38 Blue Skies-Count Basie Orchestra & Jimmy Rushing-November 380 
 39 I'd Be Lost Without You-Guy Lombardo Orchestra & Don Rodney-October 372 
 40 Cement Mixer (Put-ti, Put-ti)-Rocky Coluccio & Alvino Rey Orchestra,-May 364 
 41 I'm A Big Girl Now-Sammy Kaye-May 360 
 42 Atlanta, Ga-Billy Williams & Sammy Kaye Orchestra-April 348 
 43 Some Sunday Morning-Helen Forrest & Dick Haymes-January 328 
 44 Aren't You Glad You're You?-Bing Crosby-February 324 
 45 Linger In My Arms A Little Longer, Baby-Peggy Lee-October 308 
 46 Come Rain Or Come Shine-Margaret Whiting-July 300 
 47 Hey! Ba-ba-re-bop-Lionel Hampton-June 280 
 48 Just A Little Fond Affection-Gene Krupa-February 268 
 49 Dig You Later (A Hubba-hubba-hubba)-Perry Como-January 266 
 50 Do You Love Me?-Harry James Orchestra & Ginnie Powell-June 256 
 51 White Christmas-Bing Crosby, Ken Darby Singers-December 240 
 52 Choo Choo Ch'boogie-Louis Jordan-September 228 
 53 We'll Gather Lilacs-Richard Tauber-June 224 
 54 The Bells Of St. Mary's-Bing Crosby-February 224 
 55 The Coffee Song-Frank Sinatra-November 192 
 56 And Then It's Heaven-Buddy Divito & Harry James Orchestra-November 188 
 57 I Guess I'll Get The Papers And Go Home-Mills Brothers-October 184 
 58 Come To Baby, Do!- Joya Sherrill & Duke Ellington Orchestra,-February 176 
 59 Who Told You That Lie?-Vaughn Monroe & Orchestra-August 176 
 60 The Christmas Song-Nat King Cole-December 156 
 61 I'm Glad I Waited For You-Peggy Lee-March 152 
 62 Buzz Me-Ella Mae Morse, & Billy May Orchestra-February 144 
 63 In The Middle Of May-Freddy Martin Orchestra & Martin Men-January 132 
 64 Here Comes Heaven Again-Perry Como & Russ Case Orchestra-March 112 
 65 It's All Over Now-Peggy Lee & Dave Barbour Orchestra-December 108 
 66 Macnamara's Band-Bing Crosby & Jesters-March 108 
 67 Stone Cold Dead In The Market (He Had It Coming)-Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Jordan-July 104 
 68 There's No One But You-al Mcintyre Orchestra & Frankie Lester-August 100 
 69 Money Is The Root Of All Evil (Take It Away!)-Andrews Sisters-February 96 
 70 Pretending-Andy Russell & Paul Weston Orchestra-September 92 
 71 The Moment I Met You-Tommy Dorsey Orchestra & Sentimentalists-February 92 
 72 Easter Parade-Harry James Orchestra-April 60 
 73 Wait And See-Judy Garland-March 52 
 74 Without You-Frankie Carle-September 52 
 75 Along With Me-Margaret Whiting & Jerry Gray Orchestra-August 52 
 76 In The Moon Mist-Pied Pipers & Paul Weston Orchestra-June 52 
 77 Coax Me A Little Bit-Andrews Sisters-June 52 
 78 The House Of Blue Lights-Freddie Slack Orchestra & Ella Mae Morse-July 48 
 79 Who Do You Love, I Hope?-Elliot Lawrence Orchestra & Rosalind Patton-July 48 
 80 Bumble Boogie-Freddy Martin-May 44 
 81 Passe-Margaret Whiting & Jerry Gray Orchestra-November 44 
 82 The Mad Boogie-Count Basie Orchestra-June 44 
 83 Just The Other Day-Sam Donahue Orchestra & Mynell Allen-September 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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