S’Wonderful Glenn Miller 1945 Ira & George Gershwin, 1927
Sad Eyes Robert John 1979 Robert John
Sad Movies Make Me Cry Sue Thompson 1961 (#5) John Loudermilk
Saga Begins, The   "Weird Al" Yankovic 1998 Parody lyric by "Weird Al" Yankovic to Don MacLean’s "American Pie"
Sail Along Silvery Moon Billy Vaughn 1957 (#2) Harry Tobias, Percy Weinrich, 1937
Sail On   Commodores, The    
Sailing Christopher Cross 1980 (#1)
Sailor (Your Home is the Sea) Lolita 1960 (#5) Eng. Alan Holt, Werner Scharfenberger
Sally Go Round the Roses Jaynettes, The 1963 (#2) Lona Spector, Zell Sanders
Sam’s Song Mills Brothers, The 1950 Jack Elliott, Lew Quadling
Samba de Orpheus     1959 Luiz Bonfa, Antonio Maria; from "Black Orpheus"
Same Old Lang Syne Dan Fogelberg   Dan Fogelberg
Same Old Saturday Night Frank Sinatra 1955 (#13)
San Antonio Rose Bob Wills 1938 Bob Wills
San Francisco (Wear Some Flowers) Scott McKenzie 1967 (#4) John Phillips (Mamas & Papas)
San Francisco Bay Blues Eric Clapton 1992 Jerry Fuller, 1954; on Unplugged
San Miguel Kingston Trio, The 1959 arr. Jane Bowers
Sand and the Sea, The Nat "King" Cole 1955 (#23)
Santa Baby Eartha Kitt 1953 Joan Javits, Phil Springer & Tony Springer
Santa Claus Is Coming To Town Gene Autry 1934 J. Fred Coots*, Haven Gillespie (*also wrote Love Letters in the Sand)
Sara Smile Hall & Oates 1976 (#4) Daryl Hall, John Oates; about Sara Allen, Daryl’s girlfriend
Satin Doll Duke Ellington 1953 Music by Duke Ellington & Billy Strayhorn, words by Johnny Mercer
Satisfaction Rolling Stones, The 1965 (#1)
Saturday in the Park Chicago 1972 (#3) Robert Lamm
Saturday Night in Toledo, Ohio John Denver 1975 Randy Sparks
Saturday Night New Christy Minstrels, The 1963 (#29) Randy Sparks
Save It For a Rainy Day Stephen Bishop 1978 Stephen Bishop
Save the Best for Last   1989 Phil Galdstone, John Ling, Wendy Waldman
Save the Last Dance For Me Drifters, The 1960 (#1) Jerome "Doc" Pomus, Mort Shuman
Say You're Mine Again Perry Como 1953 (#3) Charles Nathan, Dave Heisler
Scarborough Fair/Canticle Simon & Garfunkel 1968 (#11) Paul Simon
Scarlet Ribbons   Harry Belafonte 1956 Jack Segal, Evelyn Danzig, 1949 (Kinston Trio 1958 & The Browns 1959)
School Day Chuck Berry 1957 (#8) Chuck Berry
School Days   1907 Gus Edwards, Will Cobb
Scotch ‘n Soda   Kingston Trio, The 1962 (#81) Dave Guard (flip side was "Jane") Guard died 3/22/91 of lymphoma
Sea Cruise Frankie Ford 1959 (#14)
Sea of Love   Phil Phillips 1959 (#2) George Khoury, Philip Baptiste
Sealed With a Kiss Brian Hyland 1962 (#3) Gary Geld, Peter Udell
Search Is Over, The Survivor 1984 (#4)
Searchin’ Coasters, The 1957 (#3) Jerry Lieber, Mike Stoller
Seasons in the Sun Terry Jacks 1974 (#1) Jacques Brel, Rod McKuen
Second Time Around, The   Frank Sinatra 1961 (#50) James Van Heusen & Sam Grant Clarke, Sammy Cahn, in The Joker Is Wild
Second-Hand Rose Barbra Streisand 1965 (#32) Grant Clarke & James F. Hanley
Secret Agent Man Johnny Rivers 1966 (#3)
Secret Love   Doris Day 1954 (#1) Paul Webster, Sammy Fain; in Calamity Jane; Oscar winner 1953
Secretly Jimmie Rodgers 1958 (#3) Al Hoffman, Dick Manning, Mark Markwell
See the Funny Little Clown Bobby Goldsboro 1964 (#9)
See You In September   Tempos, The 1959 (#23) Sherman Edwards, Sid Wayne (also #3 for The Happenings in 1966)
See You Later Alligator Bill Haley 1956 (#6) Rogert Guidry
Seems Like Old Times   Four Freshmen, The 1956 Edward Heyman (lyr), Carmen Lombardo & John Jacob Loeb; Arthur Godfrey’s TV theme song
Send for Me Nat "King" Cole 1957 (#6) Ollie Owens
Send In the Clowns Joni Mitchell 1975 Stephen Sondheim, in A Little Night Music; Grammy winner 1975 (song)
Send Me the Pillow That You Dream On Dean Martin 1965 (#22) (also Johnny Tillotson, #17 in 1962)
Sentimental Journey   Les Brown Orchestra 1944 Bud Green, Les Brown & Ben Howard; Les Brown’s theme song
Sentimental Me   Ames Brothers 1950 (#1) Jim Morehead, Jimmy Cassin, 1944
September In The Rain   Dinah Waehington 1961 (#23) Al Dubin, Harry Warren, 1937; also #1 for Guy Lombardo in 1937; Goerge Shearing’s 1st hit, 1949
September Morn Neil Diamond 1979 Neil Diamond, Gilbert Becaud
September Song   Bing Crosby 1946 Maxwell Anderson, Kurt Weill, 1938 (Maurice Chevalier, ‘60)
Serenade In Blue   Glenn Miller 1942 Mack Gordon, Harry Warren; written for the movie "Orchestra Wives"
Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band   Beatles, The 1967 John Lennon, Paul McCartney
Seven Little Girls Sitting In the Back Seat Paul Evans & The Curls 1959 (#9)
Seventeen Fontane Sisters, The 1955 (#3) Boyd Bennett, Jack Young, Chuck Gorman
Seventh Son Johnny Rivers 1965 (#7)
Seventy-Six Trombones Robert Preston 1957 Meredith Wilson, in The Music Man
Sex Song, The      
Shadow of Your Smile, The   Tony Bennett 1965 (#95) Johnny Mandel & Paul Webster; in The Sandpiper, Oscar winner, 1965; Grammy 1965 (song)
Shadrack, Meshack, Abednigo Brook Benton 1962 (#19) Robert MacGimsey, 1931; Benton d 1988
Shake Sam Cooke 1965 (#7)
Shake, Rattle and Roll Bill Haley & His Comets 1954 (#7) Charles Calhoun
Shambala Three Dog Night 1973 (#3) Daniel Moore
Shangri-La   Four Coins, The 1957 (#11) Carl Sigmon, Matt Malneck & Robert Maxwell, 1946 (also The Lettermen ‘69)
Shanghai Breezes   John Denver   John Denver, on "Seasons of the Heart"
Shannon Henry Gross 1976 Henry Gross
Shape of Things, The Kingston Trio, The 1962 Sheldon, Harnick
Share The Land Guess Who, The 1970 (#10)
Sh-Boom   Crew-Cuts, The 1954 (#1) Jimmy Keyes, Claude & Carl Feaster (The Chords--1st recording), F. McRae & J. Edwards
She Believes in Me Kenny Rogers 1979 (#5) Steve Gibb
She Can’t Find Her Keys Paul Petersen 1962 (#19)
She Cried Jay & The Americans 1962 (#5)
She Loves You Beatles, The 1964 (#1) John Lennon, Paul McCartney
She Was Five and He Was Ten Mills Brothers, The 1954 (#27)
She’d Rather Be With Me Turtles, The 1967 (#3) Gary Bonner, Alan Gordon
She’s A Lady Tom Jones 1971 (#2) Paul Anka
She’s A Woman Beatles, The 1964 (#4) John Lennon, Paul McCartney
She’s Gone Hall & Oates 1976 Darryl Hall, John Oates
She’s Got You Patsy Cline 1962 (#14) Hank Cochran
She’s Leaving Home   Beatles, The 1967 John Lennon, Paul McCartney, on "Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band"
She’s Not There Zombies, The 1964 (#2) Rod Argent
Sheila Tommy Roe 1962 (#1) Tommy Roe
She'll Be Comin' Round the Mountain Traditional   Traditional, ca 1899
Shenandoah   1826 Traditional, from a sea chantey but later associated with the American West
Sherry Four Seasons, The 1962 (#1) Bob Gaudio
She's About A Mover Sir Douglas Quintet 1965 (#13)
She's Just My Style Gary Lewis & The Playboys 1965 (#3)
Shifting, Whispering Sands, The Rusty Draper 1955 (#3) V.C.Gilbert, Mary Hadler (inst. version by Billy Vaughn #5)
Shilo Neil Diamond 1971 Neil Diamond
Shimmy Shimmy Ko-Ko-Bop Little Anthony & The Imperials 1959 (#24)
Shine On Harvest Moon Nora Bayes, Jack Norworth 1908 Nora Bayes, Jack Norworth (husband & wife)
Shining Star   1976 Maurice White, Philip Bailey, Larry Dunn
Shipmates and Cheyenne   John Denver 1975 Joe Henry, John Denver; on "Windsong"
Shop Around Miracles, The 1960 (#2) Barry Gordy, Smokie Robinson
Short Fat Fannie Larry Williams 1957 (#5)
Short People Randy Newman 1977 Randy Newman
Short Shorts Royal Teens 1958 (#3) Thomas Austin, Bill Crandell, Bill Dalton, Bob Gaudio
Shotgun Junior. Walker & The All-Stars 1965 (#4)
Shout Joey Dee & The Starliters 1962 (#6)
Show And Tell   1974 Jerry Fuller
Show Me The Way to Go Home Perry’s Hot Dogs 1925 Irving King (a pseudonym for the team of Reginald Connelly and Jimmy Campbell) adapted from a Canadian folk song
Shower The People James Taylor 1976 (#22) James Taylor
Shrimp Boats Jo Stafford 1951 Paul Mason Howard, Paul Weston
Side By Side   Kay Starr 1953 Harry Woods, 1927; first recorded by Paul Whiteman; Woods’ left hand had no fingers
Sidewalks of New York, The   1894 James Blake, Charles Lawler
Silence Is Golden Tremeloes, The 1967 (#11)
Silent Night Traditional   Josheph Mohr, Franz Gruber, 1818; written for guitar because church organ was too rusted to be playable
Silhouettes Diamonds, The 1957 (#10) Frank Slay, Bob Crewe; (later by Herman’s Hermits, #5 in 1965; 1st by The Rays, 1957)
Silly Love Songs Paul McCartney & Wings 1976 Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney
Silver Bells Bing Crosby 1951 Jay Livingston & Ray Evans
Silver Dollar Teresa Brewer 1955 (#20) Clark Van Ness, Jack Palmer, 1950
Silver Threads & Golden Needles Springfields, The 1962 (#20) Jack Rhodes, Dick Reynolds (also Linda Ronstradt, #67 in 1974)
Silver-Haired Daddy of Mine Gene Autry    
Sin Eddy Howard & His Orchestra 1951 (#1)
Sinbound Train      
Since I Don’t Have You Skyliners, The 1959 (#12) James Beaumont, Janet Vogel, Joseph Rock, et al
Since I Fell for You   Lenny Welch 1963 (#4) Buddy Johnson, 1948
Since I Met You Baby Ivory Joe Hunter 1956 (#12) Ivory Joe Hunter
Since You’ve Been Gone   Clyde McPhatter 1959 (#38) ; McPhatter d 1972 at 38
Since You’ve Gone Ferlin Husky 1957 (#4)
Sincerely   McGuire Sisters, The 1955 (#1 for 10 weeks) Harvey Fuqua, Alan Freed
Sing Carpenters, The 1973 Joe Raposo; written for Sesame Street; Karen died 2/4/83
Singin' in the Bath Tub John Lithgow 1999 Herb Magidson, Ned Washington, Michael Cleary, 1929
Singin’ For The Fun Limelighters, The    
Singin’ in the Rain Gene Kelly 1952 Arthur Freed & Nacio Herb Brown, 1929; in An American in Paris
Singing the Blues   Guy Mitchell 1956 (#1) Marvin Endsley (Marty Robbins #17)
Sink the Bismarck Johnny Horton 1960 (#3) Johnny Horton, Tillman Franks; Horton married Hank Williams’ widow, then died young 11/15/70
Sinking of the Reuben James, The Almanac Singers   Lyrics Woody Gurthrie, music from Wildwood Flower
Sir Duke Stevie Wonder 1977 (#1 for 3 weeks) tribute to Duke Ellington
Sister Golden Hair America 1975 (#1) (on charts for 16 weeks) Gerald Beckley
Sisters Rosemary & Betty Clooney 1951 (#30)
Sittin’ in the Balcony Eddie Cochran 1957 (#18) John D. Loudermilk (also recorded)
Sittin’ on the Dock of the Bay Otis Redding 1968 (#1) (rec. 3 wks before his death) Otis Redding, Steve Cropper; Grammy winner 1968 (R&B)
Six Days On the Road Dave Dudley 1963 (#32)
Sixteen Candles Crests, The 1958 (#2) Luther Dixon, Allyson Khent
Sixteen Going On Seventeen   1959 Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers, in The Sound of Music
Sixteen Reasons Connie Stevens 1960 (#3) Stevens was "Cricket" Blake from 77 Sunset Strip
Sixteen Tons "Tennessee" Ernie Ford 1955 (#1) Merle Travis, 1947
Sixty Minute Man Billy Ward and His Dominoes 1951 (#17)
Skin Allan Sherman 1963 Parody words by Alan Sherman, music (You've Gotta Have Heart) Richard Adler/Jerry Ross from "Damn Yankees"
Skokian Ralph Marterie & His Orchestra 1954 (#3) Tom Glazer, August Musarurtgwa (also by The Four Lads, #7)
Sky Pilot Animals, The   Eric Burdon, Briggs, Weider, Jenkins & McCulloch
Skylark   Linda Ronstadt 1984 Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael, 1941; previously recorded by Helen Forrest
Slaughter on Tenth Avenue Ventures, The 1964 (#35) Richard Rodgers
Sleep Walk Santo & Johnny (Farina) 1959 (#1) Don Wolf, Johnny Santo, Ann Farina
Sleepy Lagoon Harry James 1940 (#1) Jack Lawrence & Eric Coates
Sleigh Ride   1950 Mitchell Parish (later), Leroy Anderson
Slip Slidin’ Away Paul Simon 1977 (#5) Paul Simon
Slippin’ and Slidin’ (Peepin’ and a-Hidin’) Little Richard 1956 (#33)
Sloop John B. Kingston Trio, The 1958 Lee Hays, Carl Sandburg , based on Bahamian song ca 1927 (Beach Boys, #3 ‘66)
Slow Boat to China   Kay Kyser 1948 Frank Loesser
Slow Dancin’ Johnny Rivers 1977 (#10)
Slow Poke Pee Wee King & Golden West Cowboys 1952 #1) Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart, Chilton Prince  
Small World Johnny Mathis 1959 (#20) Stephen Sondheim, Jule Styne, in the movie Gypsy
Smelly Cat     Performed by "Phoebe" on the TV show Friends
Smile   Tony Bennett 1959 (#70) John Turner, Geoffrey Parsons, Charlie Chaplin, for Modern Times
Smiles   Benny Goodman 1936 (#21) J. Will Callahan, Lee Roberts, 1917; also rec. by Crazy Otto, 1955 (#21)
Smoke From a Distant Fire Sanford/Townsend Band, The 1977 (#9) Ed Sanford, John Townsend, Steven Stewart
Smoke Gets In Your Eyes   Platters, The 1958 (#1) Otto Harbach, Jerome Kern, 1933, in Roberta
Smoke On the Water Deep Purple 1973 Richard Blackmore, Ian Gillan, et al
Smokin' In the Boys' Room Brownsville Station 1974 (#3) Michael Koda, Michael Lutz
Snap Your Fingers   Joe Henderson 1962 Grady Martin & Alex Zanetis
Snowbird Anne Murray 1970 (#8) Gene MacLellan (Gene L. Graham?)
So Far Away Carole King 1971 (#14) Carole King (flip side "Smackwater Jack")
So Into You Atlanta Rhythm Section, The 1977 Buddy Buie, Dean Daughtry, Robert Nix
So Long, It’s Been Good To Know Ya Weavers, The 1950 Woody Guthrie, 1935
So Much In Love Tymes, The 1963 (#1) Roy Straigis, William Jackson III, George Williams
So Rare   Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra 1957 (#2) John Rufus (Jack) Sharpe, Jerry Herst (first recorded 1937); Dorsey’s last hit; d 1957, 1 year after brother Tommy
Society’s Child Janis Ian 1967 (#14) Janis Ian
Sock It To Me Baby Mitch Ryder & Detroit Wheels 1967 (#10) Brown & Crewe
Softly She Comes Gordon Lightfoot   Gordon Lightfoot
Softly, As I Leave You   Frank Sinatra 1964 (#27) Eng. Hal Shaper, A. deVita, 1962
Soldier Boy Shirelles, The 1962 (#1 for 3 weeks) Luther Dixon, Florence Green
Solitaire Carpenters, The 1975 Neil Sedaka, Phil Cody; Karen died 2/4/83
Solitary Man Neil Diamond 1966 (#55) Neil Diamond; this was his first hit
Some Day Frankie Laine 1954 (#14) Brian Hooker, Rudolf Friml, 1925, in The Vagabond King
Some Enchanted Evening Jay & The Americans 1965 (#13) Richard Rogers & Oscar Hammerstein, in South Pacific, 1949, vocal by Ezio Pinza
Some I Wrote Statler Brothers, The   Don Reid, Harold Reid
Some of These Days Sophie Tucker 1910 Shelton Brooks; Sophie Tucker's theme song
Some Sunday Morning Helen Forrest & Dick Haymes 1945 (#9) M.K. Jerome & Ray Heindorf
Somebody Bad Stole De Wedding Bell Eartha Kitt 1954 (#16) Bob Hilliard
Somebody Loves Me   Errol Garner 1944 B.G. DeSylva, Ballard MacDonald, George Gershwin, 1924
Somebody to Love Jefferson Airplane 1967 (#5) Grace Slick, Darby Slick, Jerry Slick
Someday (You'll Want Me to Want You)   Mills Brothers, the 1949 Jimmy Hodges, 1946
Someday Soon Judy Collins 1969 Ian Tyson
Someday We’ll Be Together Supremes, The 1969 (#1) Harvey Fuqua, Jackey Beavers, Johny Bristol; The Supremes’ last hit
Someone Else's Love Song Georgie Shaw 1954 (#29)
Someone Saved My Life Tonight Elton John 1975 (#4) Elton John, Bernie Taupin
Someone to Watch Over Me     1949 George & Ira Gershwin, 1926; in John Loves Mary, 1949
Someone You Love Nat "King" Cole 1955 (#13)
Somethin’ Stupid Frank & Nancy Sinatra 1967 Carson C. Parks (#1 for 4 weeks)
Something to Remember You By   1930 Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz
Something Wonderful   1951 Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers, in The King And I
Something’s Got a Hold on Me Etta James 1962 (#37)
Something's Gotta Give McGuire Sisters, The 1955 (#5) Johnny Mercer
Somewhere (There’s A Place for Us)   1957 Stephen Sondheim, Leonard Bernstein; from West Side Story
Somewhere My Love (Lara’s Theme) Ray Conniff 1966 (#9) Maurice Jarre & Paul Webster in Dr. Zhivago
Somewhere There Is Someone Lou Monte 1954 (#21)
Son of a Preacher Man Dusty Springfield 1968 John Hurley, Ronnie Wilkins
Song From Moulin Rouge (Where Is Your Heart) Percy Faith & His Orchestra 1953 (#1) William Engvick, Georges Auric
Song Of The Barefoot Contessa Hugo Winterhalter 1954 (#25) Mario Nascimbene
Song Of the Dreamer Eddie Fisher 1955 (#11)
Song Sung Blue Neil Diamond 1972 (#1) Neil Diamond
Songbird Barbra Streisand 1978 (#25) D. Wolfson & S. Nelson
Soon It’s Gonna Rain   Barbra Streisand 1963 Tom Jones, Harvey Schmidt, in The Fantasticks
Sophisticated Lady Linda Ronstadt 1984 Irving Mills, Mitchell Parish, Duke Ellington, 1933; on Ronstadt’s Lush Life
Sorcerer’s Apprentice, The   1897 Paul Dukas; used in the movie Fantasia
Sorry (I Ran All the Way Home) Impalas, The 1959 (#2) Harry Giosasi, Artie Zwirm
Soul Finger Bar-Kays, the 1967 (#7) James Alexander, et al; the band's only hit; 4 members died in airplane crash with Otis Redding, 1967
Soul Man Sam & Dave 1967 (#2) Isaac Hayes, David Porter; later (1989) in Blues Brothers by John Belushi & Dan Aykroyd
Sound of Music, The   1959 Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II, from the musical of the same name
Sounds of Silence, The Simon & Garfunkel 1965 (#1) Paul Simon
South Coast Kingston Trio, The 1959 Lillian Bos2 Ross, Sam Eskin, Richard Dehr, Frank Miller
South of the Border (Down Mexico Way) Frank Sinatra 1953 (#18) Jimmy Kennedy, Michael Carr
Southern Corss   Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 1982 on "Daylight Again"
Southern Nights Glen Campbell 1977 (#1) Allen Toussaint
Space Oddity David Bowie 1970 David Bowie
Spanish Eyes Al Martino 1965 (#15) Bert Kaempfert, Eddie Snyder (Eng.), Charles Singleton; originally rec. by Kaempfert as "Moon Over Naples"
Spanish Flea Herb Alpert 1966 (#27) Cissy Wechter, Julius Wechter (used as theme for The Dating Game)
Spanish Harlem Ben E. King 1960 (#10) Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller, Phil Spector
Speak Softly Love Andy Williams 1972 Larry Kusic, Nino Rota
Speedoo The Cadillacs 1955 (#17)
Speedy Gonzales Pat Boone 1962 (#6)
Spiders & Snakes Jim Stafford 1973 (#3) David Bellamy, Jim Stafford
Spinning Wheel Blood, Sweat & Tears 1969 (#2) David Clayton Thomas
Spirit In the Sky Norman Greenbaum 1970 (#3)
Splish Splash Bobby Darin 1958 (#3) Jean Murray, Bobby Darin (Darin died in 1973 in heart surgery at age 37)
Spooky     Buddy Buie, J.R. Cobb, Harry Middlebrooks, Mike Shapiro
Springhill Mining Disaster, The     Ewan MacColl, Peggy Seeger
St. George and the Dragonet Stan Freeberg 1953 (#1) Stan Freeberg
St. James Infirmary Cab Calloway 1930 Joe Primrose, 1930; possibly known as early as 1890-99 as "Bambler’s Blues"
St. Louis Blues   1914 W.C. (William Christopher) Handy
Stagger Lee Lloyd Price 1958 (#1 for 4 weeks) Harold Logan, Lloyd Price (based on a traditional folksong)
Stairway to the Stars Glenn Miller 1938 Mitchell Parish, Matt Malneck
Stand By Me Ben E. King 1961 (#4) (also #9 in 1986 from the movie)
Stand By Your Man Tanny Wynette 1968 Tammy Wynette, Billy Sherrill
Standing On the Corner Four Lads, The 1956 (#3) Frank Loesser (on charts 20 weeks); from the movie Most Happy Fella
Standing Still Association, The   Ted Bluechel, Jr.
Star Dust   Nat "King" Cole 1957 (#79) Hoagy Carmichael (1927) & Mitchell Parish (1929); Nino Tempo & April Stevens, #32 in 1964
Star Eyes Helen O’Connell 1940 Don Raye & Gene DePaul
Stars Fell on Alabama   Woody Herman   Mitchell Parish (later), Frank Perkins, 1934
Stay Maurice Williams & The Zodiacs 1960 (#1) Maurice Williams (later by The Four Seasons, #16 in 1964)
Stayin’ Alive Bee Gees, The 1977 Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb
Steam Heat Patti Page 1954 (#8) Richard Adler, Jerry Ross
Steel Rail Blues Gordon Lightfoot 1966 Gordon Lightfoot (also rec. George Hamilton IV)
Stella By Starlight   1946 Ned Washington, Victor Young
Step by Step Crests, The 1960 (#14) Ollie Jones, Billy Dawn Smith, 1959
Stewball Peter, Paul & Mary 1963 (#35) Ralph Rinzler, John Herald, Bob Yellin (the Greenbriar Boys)
Still The One Orleans 1975 (#5) John Hall, Johanna Hall
Still The Same Bob Seger 1978 (#4)
Stompin’ at the Savoy Benny Goodman Orchestra 1936 Benny Goodman
Stoned Soul Picnic Fifth Dimension, The 1968 Laura Nyro (d 1997 at 49)
Stoney End Barbra Streisand 1970 (#6) Laura Nyro (d 1997 at 49)
Stood Up Ricky Nelson 1957 (#2)
Stop and Smell the Roses Mac Davis 1974 (#9) Mac Davis, Doc Severinson
Stop! in the Name of Love Supremes, The 1965 (#1) Eddie Holland, Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier
Stormy Weather   Lena Horne 1943 Ted Hoehler, Harold Arlen, 1933 (intro’d at Cotton Club and first popularized by Ethel Waters)
Stormy Santana 1979 (#32)
Story Untold, A Crew-Cuts, The 1955 (#16)
Stouthearted Men Nelson Eddy 1928 Sigmund Romberg & Oscar Hammerstein II, in New Moon
Stranger In Paradise   Tony Bennett 1953 (#2) Robert Wright, George Forrest, in Kismet; based on Borodin’s "Polovetsian Dances" in Prince Igor, 1888
Stranger On the Shore Mr. Acker Bilk 1962 (#1) Acker Bilk, Robert Mellin (Also Andy Williams, #38)
Strangers In My Soup Allan Sherman   Lyr Allan Sherman to "Strangers in the Night" by Charles Singleton, Eddie Saur, Bert Kaempfert
Strangers in the Night   Frank Sinatra 1966 (#1) Charles Singleton, Eddie Saur, Bert Kaempfert; 2 Grammies 1966 (record, album)
Strawberry Fields Forever Beatles, The   John Lennon, Paul McCartney
Streak, The Ray Stevens 1974 Ray Stevens
String of Pearls   1942 Eddie DeLang, Johnny Gray, in The Glenn Miller Story
Stripper, The David Rose & His Orchestra 1962 (#1) David Rose (instrumental)
Stroll, The Diamonds, The 1957 (#4) Nancy Lee, Clyde Otis, Brook Benton
Strollin' Is Back In Style    
Strut Sheena Easton 1984 (#7)
Stuck in the Middle With You Stealers Wheel 1973 (#6) Gerry Rafferty, Joe Egan; Rafferty later went solo
Stuck on You Elvis Presley 1960 (#1) Aaron Schroeder, J. Leslie McFarland
Stupid Cupid Connie Francis 1958 (#14) Neil Sedaka, Howard Greenfield
Subterranean Homesick Blues Bob Dylan 1965 (#39) Bob Dylan
Such a Night Elvis Presley 1964 (#16) (earlier by Johnny Ray, #19 in 1954)
Such Is Love Peter, Paul & Mary   Peter Yarrow
Suddenly There’s a Valley Gogi Grant 1955 (#9) Charles Meyer, Biff Jones
Sugar Shack Jimmy Gilmer & The Fireballs 1963 (#1) Keith McCormack, Faye Voss
Sugar Sugar Archies, The 1969 Jeff Barry, Andy Kim
Sugar Town Nancy Sinatra 1966 (#5) Lee Hazelwood
Sugar Walls Sheena Easton 1984 (#9)
Sugartime McGuire Sisters, The 1957 (#1 for 4 weeks) Charlie Phillips, Odis Echols
Suite — Judy Blue Eyes Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young    
Sukiyaki Kyu Sakamoto 1963 (#1 for 3 weeks) El Rohusuke, Hachidai Nakamura
Sultans of Swing   1979 Mark Knopfler
Summer   John Denver 1975 John Denver, Mike Taylor, Dick Kniss, 1972
Summer Breeze Seals & Crofts 1971 James Seals, Darrell Crofts (#6)
Summer Days Alone Brothers Four, The    
Summer In The City Lovin’ Spoonful, The 1966 (#1 for 3 weeks) John Sebastian, Mark Sebastian, Steve Boche
Summer Knows, The   Summer of ‘42 1971 Alan & Marilyn Bergman, in Summer of ‘42
Summer Rain   Johnny Rivers 1967 (#14) James Hendricks
Summer Set Monty Kelly 1960 (#30) Acker Bilk, David Collett
Summer Wind, The   Frank Sinatra 1966 (#25) Hans Bradtke (Eng. by Johnny Mercer), Henry Mayer
Summertime Blues, The Eddie Cochran 1958 (#8) Eddie Cochran; Cochran d 1960 at age 22
Summertime   From Porgy & Bess 1935 DuBose Howard, George Gershwin in Porgy & Bess
Summertime, Summertime Jamies, The 1958 (#26) Sherm Feller & Tom Jameson(re-charted 1962, #38)
Sunday Kind of Love Jo Stafford 1947 Barbara Belle, Louis Brima, Anita Leonard & Stan Rhodes
Sunday, Monday or Always Bing Crosby 1943 Johnny Burke & Jimmy Van Heusen; in the movie "Dixie"
Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ Down Kris Kristofferson   Kris Kristofferson
Sunday Will Never Be the Same   Spanky & Our Gang 1967 (#9) Gene Pistilli, Terry Cashman
Sundown Gordon Lightfoot 1974 (#1 for 18 weeks) Gordon Lightfoot
Sunny Bobby Hebb 1966 (#2) Bobby Hebb
Sunrise, Sunset   Topol 1964 Jerry Bock, Sheldon Harnick, from Fiddler On The Roof
Sunrise Serenade Glenn Miller Orchestra 1939 Frankie Carle
Sunshine Of Your Love Cream 1967 Jack Bruce, Pete Brown, Eric Clapton
Sunshine On My Shoulders John Denver 1974 (#1) (ranked 18 wks) John Denver, Richard Kniss, Michael Taylor
Sunshine Superman Donovan 1966 (#1)
Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows Leslie Gore 1965 Howard Liebling, Marvin Hamlisch
Superstar   Carpenters, The    
Superstition Stevie Wonder 1972 (#1) Stevie Wonder; Grammy Winner, 1973 (R&B) (album "Innervisions" also won)
Surf City Jan & Dean 1963 (#1) Brian Wilson, Jan Gerry
Surfer Girl Beach Boys, The 1963 (#7) Brian Wilson
Surfin’ Bird Trashmen, The 1963 (#4)
Surfin’ Safari Beach Boys, The 1962 (#14) Mike Love, Brian Wilson
Surfin’ U.S.A. Beach Boys, The 1963 (#3) Chuck Berry
Susan     Holvay, Beisbier & Guercio
Susie Darlin’ Robin Luke 1958 (#5)
Suspician Terry Stafford 1964 (#3) Jerome "Doc" Pomus, Mort Shuman
Suzanne Judy Collins 1966 Leonard Cohen
Suzie Q Dale Hawkins 1957 (#27) Dale Hawkins (James Burton claims co-authorship)
Swamp Witch Jim Stafford 1973 (#39)
Sway Dean Martin 1954 (#15) Norman Gimbel, Pablo Ruiz (also by Bobby Rydell, #14 in 1960)
Swearin’ to God Frankie Valli 1975 (#6) Bob Crewe, Danny Randall
Sweet Adeline   1903 Harry Armstrong, Richard Gerrard
Sweet and Gentle Alan Dale 1955 (#10) Otillio Portal, George Thorn
Sweet Baby James James Taylor   James Taylor
Sweet Caroline Neil Diamond 1969 (#4) Neil Diamond
Sweet Cherry Wine Tommy James 1969 (#7)
Sweet City Woman Stampeders, The 1971 (#8)
Sweet Dreams of You   Patsy Cline 1963 (#44) Don Gibson, 1955
Sweet Georgia Brown Ben Bernie 1925 Kenneth Casey, Maceo Pinkard; theme song of the Harlem Globetrotters
Sweet Home Alabama Lynyrd Skynyrd    
Sweet Little Sixteen Chuck Berry 1958 (#2) Chuck Berry
Sweet Lorraine Nat "King" Cole 1940 Mitchell Parrish & Cliff Burwell
Sweet Love Anita Baker 1990 (#3) Anita Baker & Bias
Sweet Nothin’s Brenda Lee 1959 (#4) Ronnie Self
Sweet Old Fashioned Girl, A Teresa Brewer 1956 (#7) Bob Merrill
Sweet Pea Tommy Roe 1966 (#8) Tommy Roe
Sweet Surrender John Denver 1974 John Denver; from the Walt Disney production "The Bears And I"
Sweet Talkin’ Guy Chiffons, The 1966 (#10)
Sweet Violets Doris Day 1951 W.C. Powell, 1908
Sweetest Sounds, The Sarah Vaughan 1963 Richard Rodgers; from the musical "No Strings"
Sweetest Thing I’ve Ever Known, The Juice Newton 1981 (#7)
Sweetheart Tree   Henry Mancini 1965 Henry Mancini; used in the movie "The Great Race"
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot     Traditional, ca 1873; arranged by Henry Thacker Burleigh, 1917
Swingin’ On a Star Bing Crosby 1944 Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen; in Going My Way; Oscar winner, 1944; written especially for Crosby
Swingin’ Safari, A Billy Vaughn & His Orchestra 1962 (#13) (instrumental)
Swingin’ Shepherd Blues, The Moe Koffman Quartette 1958 (#23) Rhoda Roberts, Kenny Jacobson, Moe Kossman
Sylvia’s Mother Dr. Hook 1971 Shel Silverstein
Syncopated Clock   1950 Mitchell Parish, Leroy Anderson
Take A Chance On Me Abba 1977 (#14)
Take A Letter Maria   1969 R.B.Greaves
Take A Message To Mary Everly Brothers, The 1959 (#16)
Take Five Dave Brubeck Quartet 1961 (#25) Dave Brubeck
Take Good Care Of Her Adam Wade 1961 (#7)
Take Good Care of My Baby Bobby Vee 1961 (#1 for 3 weeks) Gerry Goffin, Carole King
Take It Easy Eagles, The 1972 (#12) Jackson Browne, Glenn Frey
Take It to the Limit Eagles, The 1975 Randy Meisner, Don Henley, Glenn Frey
Take Me Home Country Roads John Denver 1971 (#2) (on charts 23 weeks) Bill Danoff, Taffy Nivert, John Denver
Take Me Out To The Ball Game   1908 Jack Norworth (saw 1st game 20 years later), Albert Von Tilzer
Take The "A" Train Duke Ellington 1941 Billy Strayhorn
Take The Long Way Home Supertramp 1979 (#10)
Take These Chains From My Heart Ray Charles 1963 (#8)
Takin’ Care of Business Bachman Turner Overdrive 1974 (#12) Randy Bachman
Taking A Chance on Love Benny Goodman 1943 (#1) L:John Latouche & Ted Fetter; m: Vernon Duke; From "Cabin In the Sky" (film version, 1943)
Talk Back Trembling Lips Johnny Tillotson 1963 (#7)
Talk to the Animals Rex Harrison 1967 Leslie Briccuse, in Doctor Doolittle, Oscar winner, 1967
Talkin' In Your Sleep Crystal Gayle 1978 Roger Cook, Bobby Ray Wood
Tall Cool One Wailers, The 1959 (#36)
Tall Paul Annette with The Afterbeats 1959 (#7)
Tallahassee Lassie Freddy Cannon 1959 (#6) Written by Cannon’s mother (Picariello)
Tammy Debbie Reynolds 1957 (#1) Jay Livingston & Ray Evans (also by The Ames Brothers, #5)
Tangerine   Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra 1942 Johnny Mercer, Victor Schertzinger; Bob Eberly & Helen O’Connell vocal
Tapestry Carole King 1971 Carole King, Tapestry (the all-time Best-Selling Album)
Tara’s Theme (My Own True Love)   1954 Mack David, Max Steiner (theme from Gone With the Wind, 1939)
Taxi   Harry Chapin 1972 (#24)
Taxman   Beatles, The   George Harrison
Tea for Two   1925 Irving Ceaser, Vincent Youmans; written for "No, No, Nanette"
Teach Me Tonight   Jo Stafford 1953 Sammy Cahn, Gene DePaul
Teach Your Children Crosby, Stills & Nash 1970 (#16) Graham Nash
Teacher’s Pet Doris Day 1958 (#56) Joe Lubin, 1956
Tear Fell, A Teresa Brewer 1956 (#5) Dorian Burton, Eugene Randolph
Tears In Heaven Eric Clapton 1992 (#2) Eric Clapton, on "Unplugged"; allegedly inspired by the death of his infant son, Conor; won 6 grammies
Tears of a Clown Miracles, The 1970 (#1) Harry Cosby, Steveland Horris (Stevie Wonder), Smokey Robinson
Tears on My Pillow Little Anthony & The Imperials 1958 (#4) Sylvester Bradford, Al Lewis
Teddy Bears’ Picnic Burl Ives (?)   lyr. Jimmy Kennedy (1947), m. John W. Bratton (1907)
Teen Age Prayer, A Gale Storm 1955 (#6) Bix Reichner, Bernie Lowe
Teen Angel Mark Dinning 1959 (#1) Jean Surrey, Red Surrey; Dinning is Patti Page’s brother
Teen Beat Sandy Nelson 1959 (#4)
Teenage Crush Tommy Sands 1956 (#2) Audrey Allison, Joe Allison (first performed on Kraft Theater on NBC-TV)
Teenager In Love, A Dion & The Belmonts 1959 (#5) Jerome "Doc" Pomus, Mort Shuman
Tell Her About It Billy Joel 1983 (#1)
Tell Her No Zombies, The 1965 (#6)
Tell Him Exciters, The 1963 (#4)
Tell It Like It Is Aaron Neville 1966 (#2) George Davis, Lee Diamond
Tell It on the Mountain Peter, Paul & Mary 1964 (#33)
Tell Laura I Love Her Ray Peterson 1960 (#7) Jeff Berry, Ben Raleigh
Tell Me Why   Four Aces, The 1951 Words by Al Alberts (leader & soloist of the group), music by Marty Gold (of The Three Suns)
Tell Me Why   Beatles, The   John Lennon, Paul McCartney
Telstar Tornadoes, The 1962 (#1 for 3 weeks) Joe Meek
Temptation Eyes Grass Roots, The 1971 (#15) Harvey Price, Dan Walsh
Ten At Two Willie Nelson   M.Vickery, J.Mack, B.Roberts, B.Nosworthy
Tender Trap, The Frank Sinatra 1955 (#7) Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Tenderly   Rosemare Clooney 1952 (#17) Walter Gross, Jack Lawrence, 1947
Tennessee Stud Eddie Arnold 1959 Jimmy Driftwood
Tennessee Waltz, The Patti Page 1951 (#1 for 13 weeks) Redd Stewart & Pee Wee King, 1948
Tequila Sunrise Eagles, The 1973 (#64)
Tequila Champs, The 1958 (#1 for 5 weeks, on charts 15) Chuck Rio; Grammy Winner, 1958 (R&B song)
Thank God I’m A Country Boy John Denver 1974 John Martin Sommers
Thank Heaven for Little Girls Maurice Chevalier 1958 Alan J. Lerner, Frederick Loewe; in Gigi
Thank You Sly & The Family Stone 1970 (#1)
Thank You for Calling Jo Stafford 1954 (#12)
Thanks for the Memory Benny Goodman 1938 Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger; Bob Hope’s theme song; in Big Broadcase of 1938, Oscar winner, 1938
That Lucky Old Sun   Ray Charles 1963 (#20) Haven Gillespie, Beasley Smith, 1949
That Old Black Magic Louis Prima & Keely Smith 1958 Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen, 1942 (#18) (Sammy Davis #13, 1955); Oscar nominee, 1942
That Old Feeling Frank Sinatra 1943 Lew Brown, Sammy Fain (#3 on Hit Parade, 1937)
That Old Gang of Mine Four Aces 1954 (#22) Billy Rose, Mort Dixon, Ron Henderson, 1923
That Sunday, That Summer Nat "King" Cole 1963 (#12)
That’ll Be the Day Buddy Holly 1957 (#1) Buddy Holly, Norman Petty; inspired by John Wayne’s tag-line in The Searchers
That’s All I Want from You Jaye P. Morgan 1954 (#3) M. Rotha, Fritz Rotter
That’s All   Nat "King" Cole 1957 Alan Brandt, Bob Haymes, 1953
That’s Amore Dean Martin 1953 (#2) Jack Brooks, Harry Warren
That’s Life   Frank Sinatra 1966 (#4) Dean Kay & Kelly Gordon
That’s My Boy Stan Freberg 1951 (#30)
That’s Old Fashioned   Everly Brothers, The 1962 (#9)
That’s The Way I’ve Always Heard Carly Simon 1971 (#10) Jacob Brackman; Carly Simon is daughter of Simon & Schuster
That’s What I Like Don, Dick & Jimmy 1954 (#14)
Theme from "A Summer Place" Percy Faith & His Orchestra 1960 (#1 for 9 wks, charted 21) Max Steiner (The Lettermen, #16, 1965) Grammy, 1960 (record)
Theme from "Ben Casey" Valjean 1962 (#28) (instrumental)
Theme from "Exodus"   Ferrante & Teicher 1960 (#2) Ernest Gold & Pat Boone (singer); (on charts 21 weeks) Grammy Winner, 1960 (song)
Theme from "Hatari" Henry Mancini 1962 (#95) Henry Mancini
Theme from "Hawaii Five-O" Ventures, The 1969 (#4)
Theme from "Hill Street Blues" Mike Post 1981 (#10) Mike Post
Theme from "Love Story" Henry Mancini 1971 (#13)
Theme from "M*A*S*H"   1972 Johnny Mandel & Mike Altman
Theme from "Magnum P.I." Mike Post 1982 (#25) Mike Post
Theme from "Mission Impossible" Lalo Schifrin 1968 (#41) Lalo Schifrin
Theme from "Peter Gunn" Ray Anthony 1959 (#8) Henry Mancini
Theme from "Rawhide" Frankie Laine 1959 Ned Washington, Dimitri Tiomkin
Theme from "Romeo & Juliet" Henry Mancini 1969 (#1)
Theme from "Route 66" Nelson Riddle Orchestra 1962 (#30) Nelson Riddle
Theme from "The Apartment" Ferrante & Teicher 1960 (#10) Charles Williams
Theme from "The Magnificent Seven" Al Caiola & His Orchestra 1960 (#35) (instrumental)
Theme from "The Man with the Golden Arm" Richard Maltby & His Orchestra 1956 (#14) (inst)
Theme from "The Pink Panther" Henry Mancini 1964 (#31) Henry Mancini
Theme from "The Rockford Files" Mike Post 1975 (#10) Mike Post
Theme from "The Third Man" Anton Karas 1950 (#1) Anton Karas
Theme from "Valley of the Dolls" Dionne Warwick 1968 (#2 for 4 weeks)
Then Came You   Spinners, The   Pugh & Marshall
Then He Kissed Me Crystals, The 1963 (#6) Phil Spector, Ellie Greenwich, Jeff Barry
Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye   Casinos, The 1967 (#6) John D. Loudermilk
There Are Such Things Tommy Dorsey Orchestra    
There But For Fortune Joan Baez 1965 (#50) Phil Ochs
There Goes My Baby Drifters, The 1959 (#2) Benjamin Nelson, Lover Patterson, Ben E. King et al (including Leiber & Stoller as "Elmo Glick")
There Goes My Everything Engelbert Humperdink 1967 (#20) Dallas Frazier
There Goes My Heart Joni James 1958 (#19) Benny Davis & Abner Silver
There I Go Sarah Vaughan 1940 (#1) Hy Zaret & Irving Weiser
There I Said It Again Bobby Vinton 1963 (#1) Redd Evans, Dave Mann, 1941; Vinton’s was this song’s third trip to the charts
There Is Love (The Wedding Song) Paul Stookey   Paul Stookey
There Never Was A Night So Beautiful Perry Como 1954 (#21) John Rox
There She Goes Jerry Wallace 1960 (#26)
There Was a Tall Oak Tree Dorsey Burnette 1960 (#23) brother of Johnny Burnette ("Dreamin’"); dorwned at 30, 1964; brother died at 47 of heart attack, 1979
There Will Never Be Another You   Nat "King" Cole 1943 Mack Gordon, Harry Warren
There’ll Be Some Changes Made Boswell Sisters, The    
There’s A Kind of A Hush Herman’s Hermits 1967 (#4) Reed Stephens, Geoff Stephens
There’s A Moon Out Tonight Capris, The 1961 (#3) only hit by this group
There’s Got to Be a Morning After Maureen McGovern 1973 (#1) Al Kasha, Joel Hirshhorn; from The Poseiden Adventure, Oscar winner 1972
There’s Never Been Anyone Else But You Ricky Nelson 1956 Paul Francis Webster, Dimitri Tiomkin
There’s No Gettin’ Over Me Ronnie Milsap 1981 (#5)
There’s No Tomorrow Tony Bennett 1949 (to "O Sole Mio" by de Capua, 1899 — also borrowed by "It’s Now or Never")
There’s Something Up the Chimney        
There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight Tony Bennett 1954 (#7) Hank Williams
There's A Big Blue Cloud (Next To Heaven) Perry Como 1951 (#25) Ervin Drake, Hans Lengsfelder, Paul McGrane
There's No Place Like Home for the Holidays Perry Como 1954 (#8) Al Stillman, Robert Allen
These Boots Are Made for Walkin’ Nancy Sinatra 1966 (#1) Lee Hazelwood
These Eyes Guess Who, The 1969 (#6)
These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You) Ella Fitzgerald 1956 w. Holt Marvell (Eric Maschwitz), m. Jack Strachey & Harry Link (Link questionable) (#3 on Hit Parade, 1936)
They Call the Wind Mariah Harve Presnell 1969 Alan J. Lerner & Frederick Loewe, from Paint Your Wagon, 1952
They Can't Take That Away From Me Perry Como 1956 Ira & George Gershwin
They Didn't Believe Me Julie London 1960 Herbert Reynolds & Jerome Kern, 1914
They Say That Falling In Love Is Wonderful Perry Como 1946 Irving Berlin
They Were Doin' the Mambo Vaughn Monroe 1954 (#7)
Thing, The Phil Harris 1950 (#1) Charles Randolph Grean
Things   Bobby Darin 1962 (#3) Bobby Darin (Darin died in 1973 in heart surgery at age 37)
Things I Didn't Do, The Perry Como 1954 (#22) Fred Jacobson, Ira Kosloff, Irving Reid
Things That I Used to Do Guitar Slim 1954 (#23)
Things We Said Today, The Beatles, The 1964 John Lennon, Paul McCartney
Things We Did Last Summer, The Nat "King" Cole 1946 Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne
Things We Do For Love, The   Ten CC 1977 (#5) Graham Gouldman, Eric Stewart
Think For Yourself Beatles, The 1965 George Harrison
This Boy Beatles, The   John Lennon, Paul McCartney; on Hard Day’s Night
This Diamond Ring Gary Lewis & The Playboys 1965 (#1) Bob Brass, Irwin Levine, Al Kooper
This Guy’s In Love With You Bert Bacharach 1968 Burt Bacharach
This Is All I Ask   Tony Bennett 1963 (#70) Gordon Jenkins
This Is For All The Lonely People America 1974 (#5)
This Is My Song Petula Clark 1967 Charles Chaplin
This Land Is Your Land New Christy Minstrels, The 1962 (#93) Woody Guthrie
This Love of Mine Frank Sinatra 1941 Frank Sinatra, Sol Parker &Henry Sanicola
This Magic Moment Drifters, The 1960 (#16) (also Jay & the Americans, 1968)
This Masquerade   George Benson 1976 (#10) Leon Russell; Grammy Winner 1976 (record); first song ever to be #1 in pop, jazz and R&B
This Nearly Was Mine Ezio Pinza 1949 Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II, in South Pacific
This Old Riverboat New Christy Minstrels, The   From the movie "Advance to the Rear"
This Ole House   Rosemary Clooney 1954 (#1) Stuart Hamblen
This Train Peter, Paul & Mary 196 Woody Guthrie (as "This Train Is Bound for Glory")
Those Lazy-Hazy-Crazy Days Of Summer Nat "King" Cole 1963 (#6) Hans Carste, Charles Tobias
Those Were The Days Mary Hopkin 1968 (#2) Gene Raskin; from a Russian song called "Darogoi Dlimmoyo" , c 1920; 1st rec. by The Limelighters)
Thousand Stars, A Kathy Young & The Innocents 1960 (#3)
Three Bells, The Three Browns, The 1959 (#1) Jean Villard as "Les Trois Cloches", 1943, by Edith Piaf; Eng. Bert Reisfield, 1948
Three Coins In the Fountain   Four Aces 1954 (#1) Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne; in movie of same name; Oscar winner, 1954
Three Jolly Coachmen Kingston Trio, The   From "Landlord Fill The Bowl" , ca 1750
Three Stars Will Shine Tonight Richard Chamberlain 1962 (#10) Theme from "Dr. Kildare"
Thrill Is Gone, The B.B. King 1969  
Through the Years   Kenny Rogers   S. Dorff & M. Panzer
Throw Mama from the Train A Kiss Patti Page 1956 (#11)
Thunder Road   Robert Mitchum 1958 (#62)
Thunder Rolls, The Garth Brooks 1991 (#1) Pat Alger, Garth Brooks
Thunderball Tom Jones 1965 (#25)
Ticket To Ride Beatles, The 1965 (#1) John Lennon, Paul McCartney
Tie A Yellow Ribbon Tony Orlando & Dawn 1973 Irvwn Levine, L. Russel Brown
Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport Rolf Harris 1963 (#3) Rolf Harris
Tigger’s Song   Paul Winchel   Richard Sherman, Robert Sherman; in Walt Disney’s "Winnie the Pooh"
Tijuana Jail Kingston Trio, The 1959 (#12) Denny Thompson
Tijuana Taxi Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass 1965 (#38) (instrumental)
Til Death Do Us Part Bob Braun 1962 (#26)
Til I Kissed You Everly Brothers, The 1959 (#4) Don Everly
Til Then   Mills Brothers, The 1944 Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus & Guy Wood; also by The Hilltoppers, #10, 1954; and The Classics, 1963 (#20)
Til There Was You   Anita Bryant 1959 (#30) Meredith Wilson; from The Music Man
Till   Tony Bennett 1957 Carl Sigman, Charles Danvers
Till I Waltz Again With You Teresa Brewer 1952 (#1) Sidney Prosen
Till the End of Time      
Time After Time   Frank Sinatra 1958 Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne, 1947
Time In A Bottle Jim Croce 1973 (#1) Jim Croce; Croce died (age 30) in a plane crash less than 3 months after recording this, before it hit #1
Time Is on My Side Rolling Stones, The 1964 (#6) Jerry Ragovoy
Time of My Life, The Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes 1987 (#1) from Dirty Dancing
Time of the Season, The Zombies, The 1969 (#3)
Time Passages Al Stewart 1978 (#7) Al Stewart, Peter White
Time Won’t Let Me Outsiders, The 1966 (#5)
Times of Your Life Paul Anka 1975 (#7) Paul Anka (a re-lyric from a Kodak commercial)
Times They Are A-Changin’, The Peter, Paul & Mary 1963 Bob Dylan
Tin Man America 1974 (#4) Dewey Bunnell
Tiny Bubbles Don Ho 1966 (#57) Leon Pober
Tired of Waiting for You Kinks, The 1965 (#6)
Tis Autumn Nat "King" Cole 1949 Henry Nemo, 1941
To Beat the Devil   Kris Kristopherson   Kris Kristopherson
To Each His Own   Platters, The 1960 Jay Livingston, Ray Evans (#21) (also Eddy Howard Orch., 1946)
To Ev'ry Girl, To Ev'ry Boy Johnnie Ray 1954 (#26)
To Know Him Is to Love Him Teddy Bears, The 1958 (#1 for 3 weeks) w/m by Phil Spector
Tobacco Road Nashville Teens, The 1964 (#14) John D. Loudermilk
Today   New Christy Minstrels, The 1964 (#17) Randy Sparks; from Advance to the Rear
Together   Connie Francis 1961 Buddy DeSylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson, 1928
Tom Dooley Kingston Trio, The 1958 (#1-only) (1st hit) F.Warner, J.Lomax, A.Lomax; "Tom Dula" ca 1868, by Frank Proffitt (?); Grammy ‘58 (C&W)
Tonight You Belong to Me   Patience & Prudence (McIntyre) 1956 (#4) Billy Rose, Lee David, 1926; singers were bandleader’s daughters, ages 11 & 14
Tonight   Ferrante & Teicher 1961 (#8) Stephen Sondheim, Leonard Bernstein, in West Side Story
Tonight’s the Night Rod Stewart 1976 (#1 for 8 weeks) Rod Stewart
Too Many Rivers   Brenda Lee 1965 (#13) Harlan Howard
Too Marvelous For Words Frank Sinatra 1956 Johnny Mercer & Richard Whiting
Too Much Elvis Presley 1957 (#1) Lee Rosenberg, Bernard Weinman
Too Much, Too Little, Too Late J.Mathis, 1978 Nat Kipner, John Vallins
Too Old To Cut The Mustard Rosemary Clooney & Marlene Dietrich 1952 (#12) Bill Carlisle
Too Young   Nat "King" Cole 1951 (#1 for 5 weeks) Sylvia Dee & Sid Lippman; also by Donny Osmond, 1972 (#13)
Top of the World Carpenters, The 1973 Richard Carpenter, John Bettis; Karen died 2/4/83
Torquay Fireballs, The 1959 (#39) (instrumental)
Tossin’ and Turnin’ Bobby Lewis 1961 (#1) Malou Rene, Ritchie Adams
Touch Me In the Morning Diana Ross 1973 Michael Masser, Ron Miller
Tower of Strenth, A Gene McDaniels 1961 (#5) Lived in Omaha
Town Without Pity Gene Pitney 1961 (#13)
Traces   1969 Buddy Buie, Emory Gordy Jr., James Cobb Jr.
Tracks of My Tears, The   Miracles, The 1965 (#16) Warren Moore, Smokey Robinson, Marvin Tarpin
Tragedy Fleetwoods, The 1961 (#10)
Transfusion Nervous Norvus 1956 (#8) Jimmy Drake
Travelin’ Man Ricky Nelson 1961 (#1) Jerry Fuller (also wrote S.F.Bay Blues) (flip side "Hello, Mary Lou" was #9)
Treat Her Like a Lady       Eddie Cornelius
True Love Bing Crosby & Grace Kelly 1956 (#3) Cole Porter; form the movie "High Society"
True Love Ways Peter & Gordon 1965 (#14)
Try a Little Tenderness Frank Sinatra 1960 Harry Woods, Jimmy Campbell, Reginald Connelly
Try to Remember   Ed Ames 1965 (#73) Tom Jones & Harvey Schmidt, in The Fantasticks
Try Stan Freberg 1952 (#15)
Tubular Bells Mike Oldfield 1974 (#7) from the movie The Exorcist
Tulips and Heather Perry Como 1952 (#16) Milton Carson
Tumblin’ Tumbleweeds Sons of the Pioneers, The 1944 Bob Nolan, In Hollywood Canteen, 1944 (first in 1934, #13)
Turn Around Harry Belafonte 1958 Malvina Reynolds, Allen Greene & Harry Belafonte
Turn Around, Look At Me Vogues, The 1968 (#7) Les Reed, Barry Mason
Turn Down Day Cyrckle, The 1966 (#16) David Blume, Jerry Keller
Turn the World Around the Other Way Eddy Arnold 1967 (#66)
Turn Your Love Arund George Benson 1981 (#5)
Turn Your Radio On Ray Stevens 1970 (#1 for 3 weeks) Albert Brumley, 1959
Turn, Turn, Turn Byrds, The 1965 (#1 for 3 weeks - 2nd #1 that year) Pete Seeger
Tutti Frutti Little Richard 1956 (#17) (Pat Boone version #12)
Tuxedo Junction Glenn Miller Orchestra 1934 Erskine Hawkins
Tweedlee Dee Georgia Gibbs 1955 (#2) Winfield Scott
Twelfth of Never, The Johnny Mathis 1957 (#9) Paul Webster & Jerry Livingston
Twelve Days of Christmas, The Traditional   16th Century
Twelve-Thirty Mamas & Papas 1967 (#20) John Phillips
Twenty Four Hours From Tulsa Gene Pitney 1963 (#17)
Twenty-Five or Six to Four Chicago    
Twenty-Six Miles (Santa Catalina)   Four Preps, The 1958 (#2 for 3 weeks, on charts 20)
Twilight Time   Platters, The 1958 (#1) Buck Ram, Al & Marty Nevins, & Artie Dunn (Nevins & Dunn were "The Three Suns")(1944)
Twine Time Alvin Cash & The Crawlers 1965 (#14) (instrumental)
Twist and Shout Beatles, The 1964 (#2) Bert Russell, Phillip Medley(previously by The Isley Brothers, #17 in 1962)
Twist, The Chubby Checker 1962 (#1) Hank Ballard (Ballard, The Midnighters, also recorded it, 1960, #28); Checker’s real name is Ernest Evans
Twixt Twelve and Twenty Pat Boone 1959 (#17)
Two Different Worlds Don Rondo 1956 (#11) A. Frisch & S. Wayne
Two Doors Down Dolly Parton 1978 (#19) Dolly Parton
Two Faces Have I Lou Christie 1963 (#6)
Two Hearts Pat Boone 1955 (#16)
Two Lost Souls Perry Como & Jaye P. Morgan 1955 (#18) Richard Adler, Jerry Ross; from the musical "Damn Yankees"
Two Purple Shadows Jerry Vale 1954 (#20)
Two Sleepy People Bing Crosby 1944 Hoagy Carmichael, Frank Loesser
Typewriter, The Leroy Anderson 1953 (#1) Leroy Anderson