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  1. Delia Juanita Warrick (September 25, 1942 – October 18, 2008), known professionally as Dee Dee Warwick, was an American soul singer.Born in Newark, New Jersey, she was the sister of singer Dionne Warwick, the niece of Cissy Houston, and a first cousin of singers Whitney Houston and Leontyne Price.

  2. List of #1 R&B Singles for 1963. The list on this page is for all #1 hit R&B singles for 1963 using proprietary methods. The results in this chart are not affiliated with any mainstream or commercial chart and may not reflect charts seen elsewhere.

  3. Dee Dee Sharp - Ride Bobby Vinton - Roses Are Red Brian Hyland - Sealed With A Kiss Jay And The Americans - She Cried Four Seasons - Sherry Elvis Presley - She's Not You Tommy Roe - Sheila Ernie Maresca - Shout Shout Knock Yourself Out Joey Dee & The Starliters - Shout Chubby Checker (with Dee Dee Sharp) - Slow Twistin Corsairs - Smokey Places

  4. The fool on the hill ♫ The Beatles 1971 צוות הווי חטיבת הצנחנים רימונה די-נור השוטה על הגבעה ♫ 2018 איילת דקל ענבר גרינשטיין הטיפש על הגבעה ♫ 2020 עידית שהם עידית שהם הדפוק על האי ♫ 1967 English Penny Lane ♫ The Beatles 2010 אייל חן

  5. Don't go breaking my heart (met Kiki Dee) That's what friends are for (met Dionne Warwick, Stevie Wonder en Gladys Knight) Don't let the sun go down on me (met George Michael) Candle in the wind 1997 / Something about the way you look tonight; Robert John. Sad eyes; Spike Jones. All I want for Christmas (is my two front teeth) Janis Joplin. Me ...

  6. Young And Foolish - The Lettermen, 1962 Young And Warm And Wonderful - Tony Bennett, 1958 Young At Heart - Frank Sinatra, 1954 Young Love - Sonny James, 1956 Your Cheatin' Heart - Ray Charles, 1962 Yours (Quireme Mucho) - Jimmy Dorsey, 1941. Back to Top. Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart - Judy Garland, 1938 Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah - James Baskett ...

  7. These are all the top 40 singles for 1969. *Note: Based on the Nolan Method, these are the year-end songs that represented the Top 40 songs during the calendar year 1969. The Nolan Method ranking system was formulated by lead Top40Weekly contributor Jarrett Nolan and is based on a point system for an artist’s chart performance on Billboard chart