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Top 100 Songs of 1994

Below is a list from Billboard magazine’s Top ear-End Hot 100 songs for 1994. Chart © by Billboard, a part of MRC Media and Info, a division of MRC. All Rights Reserved. Learn more about Billboard here.

Top 100 Songs of 1994


Top 100 Songs of 1994

1 I Swear – All-4-One

2 The Sign – Ace Of Base

3 I’ll Make Love to You – Boyz II Men

4 Hero – Mariah Carey

5 The Power of the Dream – Céline Dion

6 Breathe Again – Toni Braxton

7 Stay (I Missed You) – Lisa Loeb and Nine Stories

8 All for Love – Bryan Adams, Rod Stewart and Sting

9 Don’t Turn Around – Ace Of Base

10 Bump ‘n’ Grind – R. Kelly

11 I’ll Remember – Madonna

12 Wild Night – John Mellencamp and Me’shell Ndegeocello

13 Without You / Never Forget You – Mariah Carey

14 Can You Feel The Love Tonight – Elton John

15 The Most Beautiful Girl In the World – Prince (Symbol)

16 Fantastic Voyage – Coolio

17 Baby, I Love Your Way – Big Mountain

18 Regulate – Warren G and Nate Dogg

19 If You Go – Jon Secada

20 Back & Forth – Aaliyah

21 Now and Forever – Richard Marx

22 So Much In Love – All-4-One

23 Shoop – Salt-N-Pepa

24 Any Time, Any Place / And On And On – Janet Jackson

25 Shine – Collective Soul

26 Said I Loved You… But I Lied – Michael Bolton

27 Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm – Crash Test Dummies

28 Can We Talk – Tevin Campbell

29 I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That) – Meat Loaf

30 Because the Night – 10,000 Maniacs

31 Cantaloop (Flip Fantasia) – Us3

32 Whoomp! (There It Is) – Tag Team

33 Come to My Window – Melissa Etheridge

34 Stroke You Up – Changing Faces

35 I’m Ready – Tevin Campbell

36 100% Pure Love – Crystal Waters

37 Anytime You Need a Friend – Mariah Carey

38 Because of Love – Janet Jackson

More 62 Top Songs of 1994

    1. All That She Wants – Ace Of Base
    2. Again – Janet Jackson
    3. Whatta Man – Salt-N-Pepa
    4. You Mean the World to Me – Toni Braxton
    5. When Can I See You – Babyface
    6. Please Forgive Me – Bryan Adams
    7. Return To Innocence – Enigma
    8. All I Wanna Do – Sheryl Crow
    9. Funkdafied – Da Brat
    10. Gangsta Lean – DRS
    11. Linger – Cranberries
    12. Loser – Beck
    13.  Found Out About You – Gin Blossoms
    14.  Gin & Juice – Snoop Doggy Dogg
    15.  Never Lie – Immature
    16.  Streets of Philadelphia – Bruce Springsteen
    17.  Getto Jam – Domino
    18.  Endless Love – Luther Vandross and Mariah Carey
    19.  I Miss You – Aaron Hall
    20.  Understanding – Xscape
    21.  This D.J. – Warren G
    22.  Cry for You – Jodeci
    23.  Keep Ya Head Up – 2Pac
    24.  Who Am I (What’s My Name)? – Snoop Doggy Dogg
    25.  Another Night – Real McCoy
    26.  Your Body’s Callin’ – R. Kelly
    27.  Tootsee Roll – 69 Boyz
    28.  I Can See Clearly Now – Jimmy Cliff
    29.  Never Keeping Secrets – Babyface
    30.  Crazy – Aerosmith
    31.  Just Kickin’ It – Xscape
    32.  At Your Best You Are Love – Aaliyah
    33.  Rock and Roll Dreams Come Through – Meat Loaf
    34.  Amazing – Aerosmith
    35.  Always – Erasure
    36.  Groove Thang – Zhané
    37. Dreams – Gabrielle Lee
    38.  Mr. Vain – Culture Beat
    39.  Mary Jane’s Last Dance – Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers
    40.  Anything – SWV
    41.  Beautiful in My Eyes – Joshua Kadison
    42.  Stay – Eternal
    43.  Flava In Ya Ear – Craig Mack
    44.  U.N.I.T.Y. – Queen Latifah
    45.  Prayer for the Dying – Seal
    46.  Secret – Madonna
    47.  Here Comes the Hotstepper – Ini Kamoze
    48.  Everyday – Phil Collins
    49.  Don’t Take the Girl – Tim McGraw
    50.  Got Me Waiting – Heavy D and The Boyz
    51.  December, 1963 (Oh What a Night!) – The Four Seasons
    52.  Indian Outlaw – Tim McGraw
    53.  Always – Bon Jovi
    54.  I’m the Only One – Melissa Etheridge
    55.  Back In the Day – Ahmad
    56.  Love Sneakin’ Up On You – Bonnie Raitt
    57.  I’ll Take You There – General Public
    58.  Always In My Heart – Tevin Campbell
    59.  What Is Love – Haddaway
    60.  And Our Feelings – Babyface
    61.  Bop Gun (One Nation) – Ice Cube
    62.  I Wanna Be Down – Brandy

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Top 100 Songs of 1994 – Conclusion

The year 1994 was a great year for music, with numerous hits across multiple genres. The top 100 songs of 1994 included a mix of pop, rock, hip-hop, and country hits. At the top of the list was “The Sign” by Ace of Base, a catchy pop song that spent six weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Other notable songs from 1994 include “I Swear” by All-4-One, “All I Wanna Do” by Sheryl Crow, and “Regulate” by Warren G featuring Nate Dogg. The year also saw the rise of alternative rock, with hits like “Loser” by Beck and “Black Hole Sun” by Soundgarden becoming instant classics.

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About Paul Thompson

Paul loves guitars, guitarists, and music made with a guitar to an almost worrying extent. But he didn't start out playing the guitar and was a good pianist until the age of nine when 'Rock' entered his life. Since then, he has also become accomplished on a range of other instruments, but Guitar is still his number one love!

He has played in a lot of bands over the years, the majority of them rock bands and mainly playing guitar. He has a substantial home recording studio and enjoys recording his own and other people's music as often as he can.

His passion for the guitar always comes through in his writing, and he hopes to continue to preach the importance of guitar music for decades to come.

He lives in Chicago with his girlfriend Pam and lots and lots of guitars!

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