Elvis Presley Greatest Hits

Elvis Presley Greatest Hits – Billboard Top Canadian Hits from 1964 to 1982. Canadian Top 100 Singles Billboard Charts.

Elvis Presley Greatest Hits

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The number following the song title indicates its peak position for that year on the Canadian Billboard.

1964 – Viva Las Vegas – 29
1964 – Such a Night – 14
1964 – Ain’t That Loving You Baby – 1
1965 – You’ll Be Gone – 35
1965 – Do the Clam – 10
1965 – Crying in the Chapel – 3
1965 – (Such an) Easy Question – 4
1965 – I’m Yours – 2
1965 – Puppet on a String – 3
1966 – Tell Me Why – 7
1966 – Frankie & Johnny – 14
1966 – Love Letters – 29
1966 – Spinout – 27
1967 – Indescribably Blue – 20
1967 – Long Legged Girl – 47
1967 – There’s Always Me – 39
1967 – Big Boss Man – 39
1968 – Guitar Man – 36
1968 – U.S. Male – 10
1968 – You’ll Never Walk Alone – 55
1968 – Let Yourself Go – 42
1968 – A Little Less Conversation – 25
1968 – If I Can Dream – 6
1969 – Memories – 15
1969 – In the Ghetto – 2
1969 – Clean Up your Own Backyard – 23
1969 – Suspicious Minds – 1
1969 – Don’t Cry Daddy – 4
1970 – My Little Friend – 94
1970 – Kentucky Rain – 10
1970 – The Wonder of you – 7
1970 – I’ve Lost You – 10
1970 – You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me – 10
1971 – I Really don’t want to know – 9
1971 – Where did they go, Lord – 21
1971 – Life – 41
1971 – I’m Leavin’ – 33
1971 – It’s Only Love – 46
1972 – Until it’s Time for you to go – 37
1972 – Burning Love – 2
1972 – Separate Ways – 69
1973 - Steamroller Blues – 15
1973 - Raised on rock / For old times sake – 55
1974 – Take good care of her – 56
1974 – I’ve got a thing about you baby – 27
1974 – If you talk in your sleep – 19
1974 – Promised land – 19
1974 – It’s Midnight – 81
1975 – My Boy – 21
1975 – Trouble – 26
1975 – Bringing It Back – 91
1976 – Hurt – 45
1977 – Moody Blue – 57
1977 – Way Down – 15
1977 – My Way – 32
1982 – The Elvis Medley – 42

Interesting facts for best songs of Elvis Presley Billboard:

Weeks in the charts: In 1968, “U.S. Male” stayed on the Canadian billboards for thirteen weeks. The single “If I Can Dream” entered the charts in 1968 and stayed for thirteen weeks peaking at number 6 in 1969. The single “In the Ghetto” stayed in the charts for twelve weeks and six weeks in the top 10. The song “Suspicious Minds” stayed in the charts for thirteen weeks. It spent eight weeks in the top 10 with two weeks at number 1. “Don’t Cry Daddy” entered the charts in 1969 and peaked at 4 in 1970. The single “The Wonder of you” stayed in the charts for thirteen weeks. The song “You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me” entered the charts in 1970 and stayed for twelve weeks until 1971.

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