What was number one the day you were born?

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  1. Sw1tchFX

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    This day in Music ::

    So what was the number 1 song the day you were born?

    Mine was Rick Astley - Never gonna give you up

    if you don't' know what that song is, here's the music video:popcorn::lmao::

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7sK3AqFYAWQ
     
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    Mine was:

    Love Hangover by Diana Ross
     
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    I guess your younger then I thought. I used to listen to that song all the time.......:confused:
     
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    Crazy for You...Madonna

    Guess it's a good thing both Brahms and Tchaikovsky share my birthday...at least there's someone who knows music :lol:
     
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    Sledgehammer--Peter Gabriel
     
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    OK...so I checked my 18th too,and my 21st (which was less than a year ago [barely])...and I had NO IDEA what songs they were, or who the singer is!
     
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    do tell! :)


    btw: Mine was

    (in the US) 'My Sweet Lord' by George Harrison...
    (in the UK) 'Grandad' by Clive Dunn
    (in AUS) 'I Think I Love You' by The Partridge Family


    I can only say:

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    pascal
     
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    Careless Whisper by Wham!

    And somehow, that doesn't surprise me.
     
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    British Charts.
    Can't say I ever heard of the song nor the singer and band ... :oops:
    Maybe I was just too little to really appreciate it. :idea:
    That must be why!!!

    US Charts:

    No more meaning to me....... :roll:
     
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    Take Me Bak 'Ome - Slade - UK No1
    Song Sung Blue - Neil Diamond - US No1

    I can remember thinking that Rick Astely's "Never Gonna Give You up" was tragic!!!
    And now I'm conversing with guys born when that was in the chart!!!

    I feel old now!!!!:(
    Thanks!!!!!
     
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    I don't think they had charts back then.
     

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