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Top Songs 1930s

 

Here are the top 10 songs for 1930:

 

Here are the top  songs for 1930:

1. Chant Of The Jungle. . .Ingraham 

2. The Man From The South, Ted Weems 

3. Happy Days Are Here Again,  Benny Meroff

4. Puttin on the Ritz,

5. lappy Days Are Here Again.  Ben Selvin


 

Here are the top 5 songs for 1931: (There were only 5)

1) Don Azpiazu, "The Peanut Vendor"

2) Wayne King, "Good Morning, Sweetheart

3) Gus Arnheim, "Sweet and Lovely"

4) Mills Bros. "Tiger Rag"

5) Wayne King, "Dream a Little Dream"


Here are the top 5 songs for 1932 (there weren't 10)

1) Fred Astaire, "Night and Day"

2) Ted Lewis, "In a Shanty Old Town"

3) Leo Reisman, "Paradise"

4) Bing Crosby, "Please"

5) Guy Lombardo, "We Just Couldn't Say Goodbye"

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Here are the top 10 songs for 1935:

1) Fred Astaire, "Cheek to Cheek"

2) Ray Noble, "Isle of Capris"

3) Victor Young, "She's a Latin from Manhattan"

4) Glen Gray, "When I Grow too Old to Dream"

5) Eddy Duchin, "Lovely to Look at"

6) Guy Lombardo, "Red Sails in the Sunset"

7) Fats Waller, "Truckin"

8) Glen Gray, "Blue Moon"

9) Litle Jack Little, "Im in the Mood for Love"

10) Bing Crosby, Red Sails in the Sunset"

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Here are the top 5 songs for 1936 (there weren't 10, only 5)

1) Bing Crosby, "Pennies from heaven"

2) Tommy Dorsey, "Alone"

3) Benny Goodman, "Goody Goody"

4) Benny Goodman, "Glory of Love"

5) Fred Astaire, "The Way You Look Tonight"

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Here are the top songs for 1937: (there weren't 10, only 5)

1) Bing Crosby, "Sweet Leilani"

2) Tommy Dorsey, "Once in a While"

3) Hal Kemp, "Tis Year's Kisses"

4) Guy Lombardo, "Boo Hoo:

5) Guy Lombardo, "It Looks Like Rain"

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Here are the top 10 songs for 1938:

1) Fred Astaire, "Night and Day"

2) Ted Lewis, "In a Shanty Old Shanty Town"

3) Bing Crosby, "Please"

4) Leo Reisman, "Paradise"

5) Guy Lombardo, "We Just Can't Say Goodbye"

6) Paul Whiteman, "All of Me"

7) Rudy Vallee, "Brother Can You Spare a Dime?"

8) George Olsen, "Say it Isn't So"

9) George Olsen, "Lullaby of the Leaves"

10) Louis Armstrong, "All of Me"

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Here are the top 6 songs for 1939: (there weren't 10, only 6)

1) Larry Clinton, "Deep Purple"

2) Frankie Masters, "Scatter Brain"

3) Al Donohue, "Jeepers Creepers"

4) Benny Goodman, "And the Angels Sing"

5) Glenn Miller, "Over the Rainbow"

6) Shep Fields, "South of the Border"
 

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