See what Country song was 1 on the day you were b

Bit of fun this, but I do like the old country stuff.

My song is - Jerry Reed - She Got the Goldmine (I Got the Shaft).

Country songs have some great song titles!

Mine was Jim Reeves "He'll Have To Go"

You can also do POP SONG on the day you were born. Link is
on that same page below the jukebox.

Mine was Percy Faith "A Theme From A Summer Place"

Kinda fun...thanks for the link!
She Still think I care by George Jones, I can't stop loving You, Ray Charles.

What a contradiction :-)

Good Listening

The Three Bells by The Browns for me.

"Mack the Knife" on US pop charts.
Please Help Me, I'm Falling - Hank Locklin
Cathy's Clown - The Everly Brothers
"Heartbreak Hotel", by Elvis. My dad said I was a mistake.
Evidently, it was "Wake Up, Little Susie", by The Everly Brothers.

I can live with that.
I got was a Johnny Cash song..."Guess Things Happen That Way"

August 15, 1958
Country: Pee Wee King - Slow Poke
US Pop: Johnny Ray & The 4 Lads - Cry
Brit Pop: There's Always Room at Our House - Guy Mitchell

I guess you could read a fair amount into those titles.

Fun stuff. Thanks.

Hank Williams: Jambalaya (On The Bayou)

Not too shabby!
Hank Williams Take these chains

Hank Williams - Lovesick Blues (his first #1 hit song)

Perry Como - Some Enchanted Evening (pop song)

How's that for polar opposites?
Walk On By - Leroy Van Dyke
"Don't Take Your Guns To Town" - Johnny Cash
It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels - Kitty Wells
Divorce Me C.O.D - Merle Travis. Catchy title, don't you think?
My Elusive Dreams by David Houston and Tammy Wynette.
'A Dear John Letter' by Jean Shepherd and Ferlin Husky