Top hit songs from music charts 1932 - index page

Top songs from music charts of 1930s to 1950 with downloadable PDF and RTF lyrics.

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All Of Me - Louis Armstrong (#1)
All Of Me - Paul Whiteman (#1)
Alone Together - Leo Reisman (#9)
Brother, Can You Spare A Dime? - Bing Crosby (#1)
Brother, Can You Spare A Dime? - Rudy Vallee (#1)
Cuban Love Song - Ruth Etting (#10)
Danicng On the Ceiling - Jack Hylton (#10)
Got A Date With An Angel - Debroy Somers Band (#13)
Home - Peter Van Steeden (#2)
How Deep Is the Ocean? - Guy Lombardo (#4)
How Deep Is the Ocean? - Rudy Vallee (#7)
I Love A Parade - Arden-Ohman Orchestra (#13)
In A Shanty In Old Shanty Town - Ted Black (#2)
In A Shanty In Old Shanty Town - Ted Lewis (#1)
Just A Little Street Where Old Friends Meet - Isham Jones (#1)
Just Friends - Russ Columbo (#14)
Let's Have Another Cup Of Coffee - Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians (#5)
Let's Put Out the Lights (And Go To Sleep) - Rudy Vallee (#2)
Louisiana Hayride - Leo Reisman featuring Arthur Schwartz (#10)
Lullaby Of the Leaves - George Olsen (#1)
Masquerade - Ted Black (#3)
Mimi - Maurice Chevalier (#9)
My Silent Love - Isham Jones (#4)Roger Wolfe Kahn (#8)
My Silent Love - Ruby Newman (#3)
Night and Day - Leo Reisman with Fred Astaire (#1)
Of Thee I Sing - Ben Selvin (#8)
Paradise - Guy Lombardo (#1)
Paradise - Leo Reisman (#1)
Please - Bing Crosby (#1)
Please - George Olsen (#5)
River Stay 'way From My Door - Kate Smith with Guy Lombardo (#1)
Say It Isn't So - George Olsen (#1)
Someday I'll Find You - Noel Coward and Gertrude Lawrence (#1)
We Just Couldn't Say Goodbye - Guy Lombardo (#1)
We Just Couldn't Say Goodbye - Paul Whiteman (#3)
Where The Blue Of The Night Meets The Gold Of The Day - Bing Crosby (#4)

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