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Top 30 Songs of 1953

Below is a list from Billboard magazine’s Top ear-End Hot 30 songs for 1953. Chart © by Billboard, a part of MRC Media and Info, a division of MRC. All Rights Reserved. Learn more about Billboard here.

Top 30 Songs of 1953


Top 30 Songs of 1953

1 You You You – The Ames Brothers

2 Where Is Your Heart – Percy Faith

3 I’m Walking Behind You – Eddie Fisher

4 Vaya Con Dios – Les Paul and Mary Ford

5 (How Much Is That) Doggie In the Window? – Patti Page

6 No Other Love – Perry Como

7 Till I Waltz Again With You – Teresa Brewer

8 April In Portugal – Les Baxter

9 Don’t Let the Stars Get In Your Eyes – Perry Como

10 I Believe – Frankie Laine

11 Pretend – Nat King Cole

12 Ebb Tide – Frank Chacksfield

13 Ruby – Richard Hayman

14 Oh – Pee Wee Hunt

15 St George And The Dragonet – Stan Freberg

16 P.S. I Love You – The Hilltoppers

17 Tell Me You’re Mine – The Gaylords

18 Eh Cumpari – Julius La Rosa

19 Rags To Riches – Tony Bennett

20 Anna – Silvana Mangano

21 Say You’re Mine Again – Perry Como

22 Dragnet – Ray Anthony

23 Tell Me A Story – Frankie Laine and Jimmy Boyd

24 Crying In The Chapel – June Valli

25 Why Don’t You Believe Me – Joni James

26 Your Cheatin’ Heart – Joni James

27 Limelight (Terry’s Theme) – Frank Chacksfield

28 With These Hands – Eddie Fisher

29 C’est si bon – Eartha Kitt

30 Have You Heard – Joni James

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Top 30 Songs of 1953 – Final Thoughts

The Top 30 Songs of 1953 marked a pivotal year in music, reflecting a mix of timeless classics and innovative sounds that defined the era. From the sweet harmonies of The Four Aces’ “Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing” to the upbeat rhythms of Les Paul and Mary Ford’s “Vaya con Dios,” these songs captured the essence of the early 1950s. The emergence of artists like Patti Page with her hit “How Much Is That Doggie in the Window” and Eddie Fisher with “I’m Walking Behind You” showcased the rise of pop icons. The Top 30 Songs of 1953 embodied the spirit of an era, providing a nostalgic soundtrack that still resonates today.

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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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