07 March 2006

Top Of The Pops

Got this link sent to me at work Number 1 Birthday Calculator - tells you what was number one in the UK on your birthday, don't know if it is the real chart as done by Gallup or the ersatz one.

Mine was Rolling Stones - Honky Tonk Women.

What's yours?

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  1. Kinks - Sunny Afternoon.

    Aaaaawwwww that's right cheered me up :)

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  2. Wow, the most complex lyrics ever...

    Donny Osmond - Young Love

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  3. Typical, and I don't even get credit for pinging you that!! :)

    Mine was "Congratulations" by Cliff Richard

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  4. Hmm curious..according to the site mine was:
    New Seekers - You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me, which actually left the number one spot 6 days before my birthday.

    However referring to my trusty Guiness British Hit Singles book (and verified by my mum) the actual number one was Mud's Tiger Feet.

    Just being picky really but useful site anyway. Thanks Charlotte

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  5. These Boots Were Made For Walking - Nancy Sinatra.
    Cool, I can live with that.

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  6. Elvis Presley - It's now or never

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  7. Nick Berry - Every Loser Wins.

    Never heard of him or that song so i guess i can't comment on it!

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  8. mine was Band Aid - Do They Know It's Christmas.
    not bad

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  9. Gary Glitter - I Love You Love Me Love!!

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  10. Hel Fire - you are lucky your youth as protected you from one of the more awful songs of the 80s. I was not so lucky.

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  11. mine was Slade - 'Merry Xmas Everybody'
    which i think is pretty cool :) although now when i think of Noddy Holder i just think of those god awful nobby's nuts adverts...

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  12. I have the pleasure of being brought into the world by the delectable (and missed) Mr Marc Bolan

    I suspect I might not be the only one

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  13. Siobhan do you mean conceived or "brought forth" because conceived is a whole different issue. I still feel that it is too much detail when my Mum tells me that I was conceived after a "jolly good party"

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  14. Oh no Siobhan you are not the only one, Ms Envérité came forth to Telegram Sam.

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  15. Oh, great. I was "Bright Eyes" by Art Garfunkel. No, not the fabu Bright Eyes from Omaha, NE, loved by Europeans.

    Art Garfunkel..shaw. My father still listens to that crap.
    Blech.

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