Bee Gees – Hit Singles and Billboard Charts

Bee Gees Greatest Hits – Billboard Top Canadian Hits from 1967 to 1997. Canadian Top 100 Singles Billboard Charts.Bee Gees band 1967

 

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

  • 1967 – New York Mining Disaster 1941 – 13
  • 1967 – To Love Somebody – 5
  • 1967 – Holiday – 3
  • 1967 – Massachusetts – 3
  • 1968 – Words – 1
  • 1968 – Jumbo – 16
  • 1968 – I’ve Gotta Get a Message to You – 3
  • 1968 – I Started A Joke – 1
  • 1969 – First Of May – 14
  • 1969 – Tomorrow Tomorrow – 19
  • 1969 – Don’t Forget To Remember – 39
  • 1970 – If Only I Had My Mind on Something Else – 52
  • 1970 – I.O.I.O. – 63
  • 1970 – Lonely Days – 5
  • 1971 – How Can You Mend A Broken Heart – 1
  • 1971 – Don’t Wanna Live Inside Myself – 34
  • 1972 – My World – 11
  • 1972 – Run to me – 6
  • 1972 – Alive – 28
  • 1974 – Mr. Natural – 90
  • 1974 – Throw A Penny – 90
  • 1975 – Jive Talkin’ – 1
  • 1975 – Nights On Broadway – 2
  • 1975 – Fanny (Be Tender With My Love) – 2
  • 1976 – You Should Be Dancin’ – 1
  • 1976 – Love So Right – 2
  • 1977 Boogie Child – 9
  • 1977 Edge Of The Universe – 16
  • 1977 How Deep Is Your Love – 1
  • 1977 Stayin’ Alive – 1
  • 1978 Night Fever – 1
  • 1978 Too Much Heaven – 1
  • 1979 Tragedy – 1
  • 1979 Love You Inside Out – 1
  • 1981 He’s A Liar – 33
  • 1989 One – 11
  • 1990 Bodyguard – 48
  • 1991 When He’s Gone – 93
  • 1991 Happy Ever After – 91
  • 1993 Paying The Price Of Love – 53
  • 1994 For Whom The Bell Tolls – 30
  • 1997 Alone – 20
  • 1997 Still Waters – 70

Facts for certain Bee Gees songs:

Weeks in the charts: The song “Words” hit number 1 on the billboard charts and stayed in the charts for ten weeks. “I’ve Gotta Get a Message to You” remained in the charts for fourteen weeks with seven weeks in the top 10. In 1968, “I Started A Joke” entered the charts and went to number 1 in 1969 for two weeks.

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