No. 1 Billboard Hits This Week In History

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Over a century of recorded music history
Every Year from 2011 to 1890

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THE 2010s

2011 Someone Like You-  Adele

2010 Just the Way You Are-  Bruno Mars

THE 2000s

2009 Down  Jay Sean featuring Lil Wayne
2008 Live Your Life  T.I. featuring Rihanna
2007 Crank That  (Soulja Boy) Soulja Boy Tell’em
2006 SexyBack  Justin Timberlake
2005 Gold Digger  Kanye West featuring Jamie Foxx
2004 Goodies  Ciara featuring Petey Pablo
2003 Baby Boy  Beyoncé featuring Sean Paul
2002 Dilemma  Nelly featuring Kelly Rowland
2001 I’m Real [Murder Remix]  Jennifer Lopez featuring Ja Rule
2000 Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You)  Christina Aguilera

THE 90s

1999 Heartbreaker  Mariah Carey featuring Jay-Z
1998 One Week  Barenaked Ladies
1997 Candle in the Wind  Elton John
1996 Macarena [Bayside Boys Mix]  Los Del Rio
1995 Fantasy  Mariah Carey
1994 I’ll Make Love to You  Boyz II Men
1993 Dreamlover  Mariah Carey
1992 End of the Road  Boyz II Men
1991 Emotions  Mariah Carey
1990 I Don’t Have the Heart  James Ingram

THE 80s

1989 Miss You Much  Janet Jackson
1988 Groovy Kind of Love  Phil Collins
1987 Lost in Emotion  Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam
1986 When I Think of You  Janet Jackson
1985 Take On Me  a-ha
1984 I Just Called to Say I Love You  Stevie Wonder
1983 Total Eclipse of the Heart  Bonnie Tyler
1982 Jack and Diane  John Cougar
1981 Arthur’s Theme (Best That You Can Do)  Christopher Cross
1980 Another One Bites the Dust  Queen

THE 70s

1979 Rise  Herb Alpert
1978 Kiss You All Over  Exile
1977 You Light Up My Life  Debby Boone
1976 Disco Duck (Part 1)  Rick Dees & His Cast of Idiots
1975 Bad Blood  Neil Sedaka
1974 Nothing from Nothing  Billy Preston
1973 Angie  The Rolling Stones
1972 My Ding-a-Ling  Chuck Berry
1971 Maggie May/ Reason to Believe  Rod Stewart
1970 I’ll Be There  The Jackson 5

THE 60s

1969 I Can’t Get Next to You  The Temptations
1968 Hey Jude  The Beatles
1967 To Sir, with Love  Lulu
1966 Reach Out I’ll Be There  The Four Tops
1965 Yesterday The  Beatles
1964 Do Wah Diddy Diddy  Manfred Mann
1963 Sugar Shack  Jimmy Gilmer & the Fireballs
1962 Monster Mash  Bobby “Boris” Pickett & the Crypt Kickers
1961 Hit the Road  Jack Ray Charles
1960 Save the Last Dance for Me  The Drifters

THE 50s

1959 Mack the Knife  Bobby Darin
1958 It’s All in the Game  Tommy Edwards
1957 Jailhouse Rock/Treat Me Nice  Elvis Presley
1956 Don’t Be Cruel/Hound Dog  Elvis Presley
1955 Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing  The Four Aces
1954 Hey There  Rosemary Clooney
1953 St. George and the Dragonet  Stan Freberg
1952 I Went to Your Wedding  Patti Page
1951 Because of You  Tony Bennett
1950 Goodnight Irene  Gordon Jenkins & the Weavers

THE 40s

1949 That Lucky Old Sun  Frankie Laine
1948 A Tree in the Meadow  Margaret Whiting
1947 Near You  Francis Craig
1946 Rumors Are Flying  Frankie Carle
1945 Till the End of Time  Perry Como
1944 You Always Hurt the One You Love  The Mills Brothers
1943 Sunday, Monday or Always  Bing Crosby
1942 (I’ve Got a Gal in) Kalamazoo  Glenn Miller
1941 Piano Concerto in B Flat  Freddy Martin
1940 Only Forever  Bing Crosby

THE 30s

1939  “Day In, Day Out” by Bob Crosby
1938  “Change Partners” by Jimmy Dorsey
1937  “You Can’t Stop Me from Dreaming” by Teddy Wilson
1936  “When Did You Leave Heaven?” by Guy Lombardo
1935  “Truckin'” by Fats Waller
1934  “One Night of Love” by Grace Moore
1933  “The Last Round-Up” by George Olsen
1932  “Please” by Bing Crosby
1931  “Good Night, Sweetheart” by Wayne King
1930  “Body and Soul” by Paul Whiteman

THE 20s

1929  “Tip Toe Through the Tulips” by Nick Lucas
1928  “Sonny Boy” by Al Jolson
1927  “Charmaine!” by Guy Lombardo
1926  “Baby Face” by Jan Garber
1925  “Yes Sir! That’s My Baby” by Gene Austin
1924  “Memory Lane” by Fred Waring’s Pennsylvanians
1923  “Yes! We Have No Bananas” by Billy Jones
1922  “Hot Lips” by Paul Whiteman
1921  “All by Myself” by Ted Lewis
1920  “The Love Nest” by Art Hickman

THE 10s

1919  “A Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody” by John Steel
1918  “Rock-A-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody” by Al Jolson
1917  “Over There” by American Quartet
1916  “If I Knock the ‘L’ Out of Kelly (It Would Still Be Kelly to Me)” by Marguerite Farrell
1915  “Hello, Frisco!” by Olive Kline & Reinald Werrenrath
1914  “Cohen on the Telephone” by Joe Hayman
1913  “Last Night Was the End of the World” by Henry Burr
1912  “Waiting for the Robert E. Lee” by Heidelberg Quintet
1911  “Alexander’s Ragtime Band” by Arthur Collins & Byron Harlan
1910  “Every Little Moment” by Harry MacDonough & Lucy Isabelle Marsh

THE 1900s

1909  “I Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now” by Henry Burr
1908  “Cuddle Up a Little Closer, Lovey Mine” by Ada Jones & Billy Murray
1907  “Harrigan” by Billy Murray
1906  “Love Me and the World Is Mine” by Albert Campbell
1905  “In My Merry Oldsmobile” by Billy Murray
1904  “Alexander” by Billy Murray
1903  “Harrah for Baffin’s Bay” by Arthur Collins & Byron Harlan
1902  “The Mansion of Aching Hearts” by Harry MacDonough
1901  “The Tale of the Bumble Bee” by Harry MacDonough
1900  “Because” by Haydn Quartet

THE 1890s

1899  “A Picture No Artist Can Paint” by Steve Porter
1898  “She Was Happy Till She Met You” by Dan Quinn
1897  “There’s a Little Star Shining for You” by Dan Quinn
1896  “On the Benches in the Park” by George J. Gaskin
1895  “The Band Played On” by Dan Quinn
1894  “My Pearl Is a Bowery Girl” by Dan Quinn
1893  “Daisy Bell” by Dan Quinn
1892  “Michael Casey Taking the Census” by Russell Hunting
1891  “Turkey in the Straw” by Billy Golden
1890  “Washington Post” by U.S. Marine Band

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