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Charts 1956

Sweden: No 1 on Tio i Topp 1956.

No charts in Sweden.

UK: No 1 on Official Singles Chart 1956.


6 January 1956 Rock Around the Clock - Bill Haley & His Comets (2 weeks)
20 January 1956 Sixteen Tons - Tennessee Ernie Ford (4 weeks)
17 February 1956 Memories Are Made of This - Dean Martin (4 weeks)
16 March 1956 It's Almost Tomorrow - The Dream Weavers (2 weeks)
30 March 1956 Rock and Roll Waltz - Kay Starr with the Hugo Winterhalter Orchestra (1 week)
6 April 1956 It's Almost Tomorrow - The Dream Weavers (1 week)
13 April 1956 The Poor People of Paris - Winifred Atwell (3 weeks)
4 May 1956 No Other Love - Ronnie Hilton (6 weeks)
15 June 1956 I'll Be Home - Pat Boone (5 weeks)



20 July 1956 Why Do Fools Fall in Love - Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers (3 weeks)
10 August 1956 Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera) - Doris Day (6 weeks)
21 September 1956 Lay Down Your Arms -  Anne Shelton (4 weeks)
19 October 1956 A Woman in Love - Frankie Laine (4 weeks)
16 November 1956 Just Walking in the Rain - Johnnie Ray (7 weeks)

USA: No 1 on Billboard Best Sellers In Stores 1956.


January 14, 1956 Memories Are Made Of This - Dean Martin (5 weeks)
February 18, 1956 Rock And Roll Waltz - Kay Starr (1 week)
February 25, 1956 Lisbon Antigua - Nelson Riddle (4 weeks)
March 24, 1956 Poor People Of Paris - Les Baxter (4 weeks)
April 21, 1956 Heartbreak Hotel - Elvis Presley (8 weeks)
June 16, 1956 The Wayward Wind - Gogi Grant (6 weeks)
July 28, 1956 I Want You, I Need You, I Love You - Elvis Presley (1 week)



August 4, 1956 My Prayer - The Platters (2 weeks)
August 18, 1956 Don't Be Cruel/Hound Dog - Elvis Presley (11 weeks)
November 3, 1956 Love Me Tender - Elvis Presley (5 weeks)
December 8, 1956 Singing The Blues - Guy Mitchell (9 weeks)

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