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Charts 1959

Sweden: No 1 on Tio i Topp 1959.

No charts in Sweden.

UK: No 1 on Official Singles Chart 1959.


23 January 1959 The Day the Rains Came - Jane Morgan (1 week)
30 January 1959 I Got Stung/One Night - Elvis Presley (3 weeks)
20 February 1959 As I Love You - Shirley Bassey with Wally Stott & His Orchestra (4 weeks)
20 March 1959 Smoke Gets in Your Eyes - The Platters (1 week)
27 March 1959 Side Saddle - Russ Conway (4 weeks)
24 April 1959 It Doesn't Matter Anymore - Buddy Holly (3 weeks)
15 May 1959 A Fool Such As I/I Need Your Love Tonight - Elvis Presley (5 weeks)
19 June 1959 Roulette - Russ Conway (2 weeks)


3 July 1959 Dream Lover - Bobby Darin (4 weeks)
31 July 1959 Living Doll -  Cliff Richard & The Shadows (6 weeks)
11 September 1959 Only Sixteen - Craig Douglas (4 weeks)
9 October 1959 Here Comes Summer - Jerry Keller (1 week)
16 October 1959 Mack the Knife - Bobby Darin (2 weeks)
30 October 1959 Travellin' Light - Cliff Richard & The Shadows (5 weeks)
4 December 1959 What Do You Want? - Adam Faith (3 weeks) *
18 December 1959 What Do You Want to Make Those Eyes at Me For? - Emile Ford & the Checkmates (6 weeks) *

* Both Adam Faith's "What Do You Want?" and Emile Ford and the Checkmates' "What Do You Want to Make Those Eyes at Me For?" were classified jointly as number one on 18 December 1959. For the following five weeks "What Do You Want to Make Those Eyes at Me For?" claimed the number-one spot outright.

USA: No 1 on Billboard Hot 100 1959.


January 19, 1959 Smoke Gets in Your Eyes - The Platters (3 weeks)
February 9, 1959 Stagger Lee - Lloyd Price (4 weeks)
March 9, 1959 Venus - Frankie Avalon (5 weeks)
April 13, 1959 Come Softly to Me - The Fleetwoods (4 weeks)
May 11, 1959 The Happy Organ - Dave "Baby" Cortez (1 week)
May 18, 1959 Kansas City - Wilbert Harrison (2 weeks)
June 1, 1959 The Battle of New Orleans - Johnny Horton (6 weeks)
July 13, 1959 Lonely Boy -  Paul Anka (4 weeks)


August 10, 1959 A Big Hunk o' Love -  Elvis Presley (2 weeks)
August 24, 1959 The Three Bells - The Browns (4 weeks)
September 21, 1959 Sleep Walk - Santo & Johnny (2 weeks)
October 5, 1959 Mack the Knife - Bobby Darin (6 weeks)
November 16, 1959 Mr. Blue - The Fleetwoods (1 week)
November 23, 1959 Mac the Knife - Bobby Darin (3 weeks)
December 14, 1959 Heartaches by the Number -  Guy Mitchell (2 weeks)
December 28, 1959 Why -  Frankie Avalon (1 week)

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