Since you ask:1 Bewitched (Bothered and Bewildered) – Doris Day/Mel Torme2 Too Young – Nat King Cole/Jimmy Young3 The Homing Waltz – Vera Lynn/Alma Cogan4 Moulin Rouge - Mantovani5 Cara Mia - David Whitfield6 Rose Marie – Slim Whitman7 Whatever Will Be Will Be – Doris Day8 Diana – Paul Anka9 When – Kalin Twins10 Living Doll – Cliff Richard11 Apache – The Shadows12 Johnny Remember Me – John Leyton13 I Remember You – Frank Ifield14 Bad To Me – Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas15 Have I The Right – The Honeycombs16 I Got You Babe – Sonny & Cher17 Yellow Submarine/Eleanor Rigby – The Beatles18 The Last Waltz – Engelbert Humperdinck19 I Gotta Get A Message To You – The Bee Gees20 In The Year 2525 – Zager & Evans21 The Wonder Of You – Elvis Presley22 I’m Still Waiting – Diana Ross23 Mama Weer All Crazee Now – Slade24 Young Love – Donny OsmondI am about as sexy as an ironing board.
The first three are, of course, based on sheet music sales. Record charts only started in November 1952.
Ok I am confused? You are saying you started life as -10 and your 14th birthday hit was Donny Osmond. This seems improbable on 2 counts.1. I am not convinced you can have a 10 year gestation period.2. I cannot concede you were 14 in 19743. Donny Osmond had a number 1?
You are confusing me. The numbers are my birthdays - I thought it was obvious.
Coincidentally on my 25th birthday The Osmonds were No. 1 with Love Me For A Reason. I could go on.
Ah i missed out a vital piece of information. Number 1 on your 14th birthday.
I see you've moderated the football fans. Can we talk tennis now?
Ace! Lets! Julie is a leading authority on tramlines...
Desist please SG! Jx P.S. It didn't take them long to knock someone down did it!
Deh ken. Wis it Terry Butcher?;o)