Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Number one the day you were born

Although the title for this YouTube vid says "1965", this site says that Del Shannon's "Runaway" was the number one song the day I was born, in 1961.




Here is the number one song for my dh's birthday in 1955. It happens to be one of his favorites. "Autumn Leaves"--the instrumental version by Roger Williams. The only YouTube I could find of it has it set to a visual of Disney's Pocahontas.

2 comments:

ladycub said...

Runaround Sue for me too.

Rachi said...

argh!! LOL I got "Like a virgin" by Madonna!

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