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Top 100 Songs of 1995

Below is a list from Billboard magazine’s Top ear-End Hot 100 songs for 1995. 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 1995


Top 100 Songs of 1995

1 Waterfalls – TLC

2 On Bended Knee – Boyz II Men

3 Kiss from a Rose – Seal

4 Gangsta’s Paradise – Coolio

5 Another Night – Real McCoy

6 Take a Bow – Madonna

7 Fantasy – Mariah Carey

8 Don’t Take It Personal (Just One of Dem Days) – Monica

9 This Is How We Do It – Montell Jordan

10 Water Runs Dry – Boyz II Men

11 Freak Like Me – Adina Howard

12 Run-Around – Blues Traveler

13 I Can Love You Like That – All-4-One

14 Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman? – Bryan Adams

15 Always – Bon Jovi

16 Boombastic / In the Summertime – Shaggy

17 Hold My Hand – Hootie and The Blowfish

18 One More Chance / Stay With Me – The Notorious B.I.G.

19 Here Comes the Hotstepper – Ini Kamoze

20 Candy Rain – Soul For Real

21 Let Her Cry – Hootie and The Blowfish

22 I Believe – Blessid Union Of Souls

23 Red Light Special – TLC

24 Runaway – Janet Jackson

25 Colors of the Wind – Vanessa Williams

26 Strong Enough – Sheryl Crow

27 Someone to Love – Jon B.

28 Only Wanna Be With You – Hootie and The Blowfish

29 If You Love Me – Brownstone

30 In The House of Stone and Light – Martin Page

31 I Got 5 on It – Luniz

32 As I Lay Me Down – Sophie B. Hawkins

33 I’ll Be There for You / You’re All I Need to Get By – Mary J. Blige and Method Man

34 I’m the Only One – Melissa Etheridge

35 Every Little Thing I Do – Soul For Real

36 Before I Let You Go – BLACKstreet

37 Big Poppa / Warning – The Notorious B.I.G.

38 Sukiyaki – 4 PM (For Positive Music)

39 I Wanna Be Down – Brandy

40 I’ll Make Love to You – Boyz II Men

More 60 Top Songs of 1995

    1. Creep – TLC
    2. I Know – Dionne Farris
    3. Total Eclipse of the Heart – Nicki French
    4. You Gotta Be – Des’ree
    5. You Are Not Alone – Michael Jackson
    6. Baby – Brandy
    7. Run Away – Real McCoy
    8. He’s Mine – Mokenstef
    9. December – Collective Soul
    10. Shy Guy – Diana King
    11. Dear Mama / Old School – 2Pac
    12. Hold On – Jamie Walters
    13. Keep Their Heads Ringin’ – Dr. Dre
    14. The Rhythm of the Night – Corona
    15. Roll to Me – Del Amitri
    16. Scream / Childhood – Michael Jackson and Janet Jackson
    17. Freek’n You – Jodeci
    18. I Wish – Skee-lo
    19. Believe – Elton John
    20. Carnival – Natalie Merchant
    21. You Don’t Know How It Feels – Tom Petty
    22. Back for Good – Take That
    23. Tootsie Roll – 69 Boyz
    24. You Want This – Janet Jackson
    25. Tell Me – Groove Theory
    26. Can’t You See – Total
    27. All I Wanna Do – Sheryl Crow
    28. This Lil’ Game We Play – Subway
    29. Come and Get Your Love – Real McCoy
    30. This Ain’t a Love Song – Bon Jovi
    31. Secret – Madonna
    32. Player’s Anthem – Junior M.A.F.I.A.
    33. Feel Me Flow – Naughty By Nature
    34. Every Day of the Week – Jade
    35. The Sweetest Days – Vanessa Williams
    36. Short Dick Man – 20 Fingers Featuring Gillette
    37. Brokenhearted – Brandy
    38. No More “I Love You’s” – Annie Lennox
    39. You Used to Love Me – Faith Evans
    40. Constantly – Immature
    41. Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me – U2
    42. 100% Pure Love – Crystal Waters
    43. Ask of You – Raphael Saadiq
    44. Sugar Hill – Az
    45. Good – Better Than Ezra
    46. Brown Sugar – D’angelo
    47. Turn the Beat Around – Gloria Estefan
    48. Til You Do Me Right – After 7
    49. 1st of tha Month – Bone Thugs-N-Harmony
    50. Like the Way I Do / If I Wanted To – Melissa Etheridge
    51. I Live My Life For You – Firehouse
    52. Dream About You / Funky Melody – Stevie B
    53. Cotton Eye Joe – Rednex
    54. Thank You – Boyz II Men
    55. I’ll Stand By You – The Pretenders
    56. I Miss You – N II U
    57. Give It 2 You – Da Brat
    58. Best Friend – Brandy
    59. Misery – Soul Asylum
    60. Can’t Stop Lovin’ You – Van Halen

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Top 100 Songs of 1995  – Final Thoughts

The year 1995 was a significant one in music history, with the emergence of new genres and iconic albums from established artists. The Top 100 Songs of 1995 reflects this diversity, with a mix of pop, rock, R&B, and hip-hop hits. Mariah Carey dominated the charts with her classic ballad “One Sweet Day” featuring Boyz II Men, while TLC’s “Waterfalls” tackled social issues with its catchy hook.

Alanis Morissette’s album “Jagged Little Pill” gave us the angst-ridden anthem “You Oughta Know,” and Coolio’s “Gangsta’s Paradise” became an instant hip-hop classic. The Top 100 Songs of 1995 continues to be a beloved playlist for music fans and a snapshot of an era that was both unique and unforgettable.

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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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