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The 500 Greatest Songs Of The1950s Complete List

(For Steve Crawford, this was a battle between Presley and Berry for first place. Presley got top song with “Hound Dog” (somewhat controversial) and he has also the most songs here, 25 to 23 for Chuck (for comparison’s sake, Buddy Holly had seven plus five with the Crickets) and between them they make up nearly 10% of the total. And Chuck agrees with Steve as to who was, in fact, the greatest.. -IL)


“3 O’Clock Blues,” B.B. King

“16 Candles,” The Crests

“The ABCs of Love,” Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers

“Action Packed,” Ronnie Dawson

“Ain’t That a Shame,” Fats Domino

“Air Mail Special,” Ella Fitzgerald

“All Around the World,” Little Willie John

“All I Have to Do is Dream,” The Everly Brothers

“All Shook Up,” Elvis Presley

“All Your Love (I Miss Loving),” Otis Rush

“Almost Grown,” Chuck Berry

“Alone and Forsaken,” Hank Williams

“Always Late (with Your Kisses),” Lefty Frizzell

“The Angel of Death,” Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys

“Around and Around,” Chuck Berry

“At My Front Door,” The El Dorados

“At the Hop,” Danny and the Juniors

“Baby Don’t Do It,” The “5” Royales

“Back in the U.S.A.,” Chuck Berry

“Back Street Affair,” Webb Pierce

“Bald Head,” Roy Byrd and His Blues Jumpers

“The Battle of New Orleans,” Johnny Horton

“Be-Bop-A-Lula,” Gene Vincent and his Blue Caps

“Beautiful Delilah,” Chuck Berry

“Betty and Dupree,” Chuck Willis

“Big Ten Inch Record,” Bull Moose Jackson

“Bird Dog,” The Everly Brothers

“Black Denim Trousers and Motorcycle Boots,” The Cheers

“Bloodshot Eyes,” Wynonie Harris

“Blow Wind Blow,” Muddy Waters and his Guitar

“Blue Light Boogie,” Louis Jordan

“Blue Monday,” Fats Domino

“Blue Moon,” Elvis Presley

“Blue Moon of Kentucky,” Elvis Presley

“Blue Suede Shoes,” Carl Perkins

“Blue Suede Shoes,” Elvis Presley

“Blueberry Hill,” Fats Domino

“Blues Before Sunrise,” Elmore James and His “Broom Dusters”

“Blues with a Feeling,” Little Walter and His Jukes

“Bo Diddley,” Bo Diddley

“Bony Moronie,” Larry Williams

“The Book of Love,” The Monotones

“Brand New Cadillac,” Vince Taylor & His Playboys

“Breaking Up is Hard to Do,” Jivin’ Gene and the Jokers

“Breathless,” Jerry Lee Lewis

“Brown Eyed Handsome Man,” Chuck Berry and his Combo

“Bye Bye Love,” The Everly Brothers

“C.C. Rider,” Chuck Willis

“C’mon Everybody,” Eddie Cochran

“Can’t We Be Sweethearts?,” The Cleftones

“Carol,” Chuck Berry

“Cash on the Barrelhead,” The Louvin’ Brothers

“Chantilly Lace,” The Big Bopper

“Charlie Brown,” The Coasters

“Cherokee Boogie (Eh-Oh-Aleena),” Moon Mullican

“The Chicken and the Hawk (Up, Up and Away),” Big Joe Turner and His Blues Kings

“The Christian Life,” The Louvin Brothers

“Cigarettes and Coffee Blues,” Lefty Frizzell

“City Lights,” Ray Price

“Cold, Cold Heart,” Hank Williams

“Color of the Blues,” George Jones

“Come Fly with Me,” Frank Sinatra

“Come Go with Me,” The Del-Vikings

“Come On, Let’s Go,” Ritchie Valens

“Come Rain or Come Shine,” Ray Charles

“Come Softly to Me,” The Fleetwoods

“Crazy Arms,” Ray Price

“Cry Me a River,” Julie London

“Cry,” Johnnie Ray and The Four Lads

“Cry! Cry! Cry!,” Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two

“Crying in the Chapel,” The Orioles

“Crying, Waiting, Hoping,” Buddy Holly

“Dance with Me,” The Drifters

“Dark As the Night, Blue As the Day,” Bill Monroe

“Dearest Darling,” Bo Diddley

“Dedicated to the One I Love,” The “5” Royales

“Devil or Angel,” The Clovers

“Devoted to You,” The Everly Brothers

“Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend,” Marilyn Monroe

“Diddley Daddy,” Bo Diddley

“Dim Lights, Thick Smoke (And Loud, Loud Music),” Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs & The Foggy Mountain Boys

“Dimples,” John Lee Hooker

“Do You Want to Dance,” Bobby Freeman

“Don’t Let Go,” Roy Hamilton

“Don’t Start Me Talkin’,” Sonny Boy Williamson

“Don’t Be Cruel,” Elvis Presley

“Don’t Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes,” Skeets McDonald

“Don’t You Just Know It,” Huey “Piano” Smith and the Clowns

“Down in Mexico,” The Coasters

“Down in the Alley,” The Clovers

“Down the Road Apiece,” Merrill Moore

“The Downbound Train,” Chuck Berry

“Dream a Little Dream of Me,” Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald

“Dream Lover,” Bobby Darin

“Drown in My Own Tears,” Ray Charles

“Dust My Blues,” Elmore James and His “Broom Dusters”

“Early Every Morning,” B.B. King and His Orchestra

“Earth Angel,” The Penguins

“Endless Sleep,” Jody Reynolds

“Eskimo Pie,” George Jones

“Every Beat of My Heart,” The Royals

“Everybody Loves to Cha Cha Cha,” Sam Cooke

“Everyday I Have the Blues,” B.B. King

“Everyday,” Buddy Holly

“Evil (Is Going On),” Howlin’ Wolf

“Eyesight to the Blind,” The Larks

“The Fat Man,” Fats Domino

“Fever,” Little Willie John

“The Flying Saucer (Part I),” Buchanan and Goodman

“Foggy Mountain Breakdown,” Flatt and Scruggs

“Folsom Prison Blues,” Johnny Cash

“Fools Fall in Love,” The Drifters

“For Your Precious Love,” Jerry Butler and the Impressions

“Forty Days and Forty Nights,” Muddy Waters

“Fujiyama Mama,” Wanda Jackson

“Gee,” The Crows

“Get a Job,” The Silhouettes

“The Girl Can’t Help It,” Little Richard

“The Glory of Love,” The Five Keys

“The Gold Rush is Over,” Hank Snow and His Rainbow Ranch Boys

“The Golden Rocket,” Hank Snow

“Good Golly, Miss Molly,” Little Richard

“Good Rockin’ Tonight,” Elvis Presley

“Goodnight My Love,” Jesse Belvin

“Goodnite, Sweetheart, Goodnite,” The Spaniels

“Got My Mojo Working,” Muddy Waters

“Great Balls of Fire,” Jerry Lee Lewis

“The Great Pretender,” The Platters

“Half As Much,” Hank Williams

“Hallelujah I Love Her So,” Ray Charles

“Hang Up My Rock and Roll Shoes,” Chuck Willis

“Harlem Nocturne,” The Viscounts

“Havana Moon,” Chuck Berry

“Have Mercy Baby,” The Dominoes

“Heartaches by the Number,” Ray Price

“Heartbeat,” Buddy Holly

“Heartbreak Hotel,” Elvis Presley

“Hearts of Stone,” The Jewels

“Hey Good Lookin’,” Hank Williams with his Drifting Cowboys

“Hey Little Girl,” Roy “Bald Head” Byrd and His New Orleans Rhythm

“Hey Porter,” Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two

“Hey! La Bas Boogie,” Fats Domino

“Hippy Hippy Shake,” Chan Romero

“Honey Don’t,” Carl Perkins

“Honey Hush,” Joe Turner

“Honky Tonk (Part 1),” Bill Doggett

“Honky Tonk Man,” Johnny Horton

“Hot Rod Race,” Arkie Shibley and His Mountain Dew Boys

“Hound Dog,” Big Mama Thornton

“Hound Dog,” Elvis Presley

“House of Blue Lights,” Merrill Moore

“How High the Moon,” Les Paul and Mary Ford

“How I Got Over,” Clara Ward and the Ward Singers

“How Many More Years,” Howlin’ Wolf

“I Believe to My Soul,” Ray Charles

“I Can’t Help It (If I’m Still in Love with You),” Hank Williams

“I Can’t Quit You Baby,” Otis Rush

“I Can’t Stop Loving You,” Kitty Wells

“I Don’t Believe You’ve Met My Baby,” The Louvin Brothers

“I Don’t Know,” Willie Mabon and His Combo

“I Get a Kick out of You,” Frank Sinatra

“I Got a Rocket in My Pocket,” Jimmy Lloyd

“I Got a Woman,” Ray Charles and His Band

“I Got Loaded,” The Cadets

“I Gotta Know,” Wanda Jackson

“I Hear You Knocking,” Smiley Lewis

“I Just Don’t Like This Kind of Living,” Hank Williams

“I Love You a Thousand Ways,” Lefty Frizzell

“I Only Have Eyes for You,” The Flamingos

“I Promise to Remember,” Frankie Lyman and the Teenagers

“I Put a Spell on You,” Screamin’ Jay Hawkins

“I Still Miss Someone,” Johnny Cash

“I Walk the Line,” Johnny Cash

“I Want You, I Need You, I Love You,” Elvis Presley

“I Was the One,” Elvis Presley

“I Wonder Why,” Dion and the Belmonts

“I’ll Be There (If You Ever Want Me),” Ray Price

“I’ll Fly Away,” James and Martha Carson

“I’m a King Bee,” Slim Harpo

“I’m a Lover, Not a Fighter,” Lazy Lester

“I’m a Man,” Bo Diddley

“I’m Going to Have Myself a Ball,” Tiny Bradshaw

“I’m Gonna Be a Wheel Someday,” Fats Domino

“I’m in Love Again,” Fats Domino

“I’m in the Mood,” John Lee Hooker

“I’m Mad,” John Lee Hooker

“I’m Movin’ On,” Hank Snow, “The Singing Ranger” and His Rainbow Ranch Boys

“I’m Ready,” Fats Domino

“I’m Ready,” Muddy Waters

“I’m So Young,” The Students

“I’m Tore Up,” Billy Gayles with Ike Turner’s Rhythm Rockers

“I’m Walkin’,” Fats Domino

“I’m Working on a Building,” B.B. King

“I’m Your Hoochie Coochie Man,” Muddy Waters and his Guitar

“I’ve Been Down So Long,” J.B. Lenoir

“I’ve Got the World on a String,” Frank Sinatra

“I’ve Got You Under My Skin,” Frank Sinatra

“If You Ain’t Lovin’ (You Ain’t Livin’),” Faron Young

“(If You Cry) True Love, True Love,” The Drifters

“If You’ve Got the Money (I’ve Got the Time),” Lefty Frizzell

“In the Still of the Nite,” The Five Satins

“In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning,” Frank Sinatra

“Invitation to the Blues,” Ray Price

“Istanbul (Not Constantinople),” The Four Lads

“It Ain’t the Meat,” The Swallows

“It Doesn’t Matter Anymore,” Buddy Holly

“It Hurts Me Too,” Elmore James

“It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels,” Kitty Wells

“It’s Late,” Ricky Nelson

“It’s All in the Game,” Tommy Edwards

“It’s All Your Fault,” Wade Ray with Noel Boggs

“It’s Only Make Believe,” Conway Twitty

“It’s Too Late,” Chuck Willis

“Jailhouse Rock,” Elvis Presley

“Jambalaya (On the Bayou),” Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys

“Jenny Jenny,” Little Richard

“Jim Dandy,” Lavern Baker

“Jingle Bell Rock,” Bobby Helms

“Johnny B. Goode,” Chuck Berry

“Juke,” Little Walter and His Jukes

“Jump, Jive an’ Wail,” Louis Prima

“Just a Gigolo/I Ain’t Got Nobody,” Louis Prima

“Just Make Love to Me,” Muddy Waters

“Just One More,” George Jones

“K.C. Loving,” Little Willie Littlefield

“Kansas City,” Wilbert Harrison

“Kaw-Liga,” Hank Williams

“Keep a Knockin’,” Little Richard

“Keep on Churnin’,” Wynonie Harris with Todd Rhodes Orchestra

“Knoxville Girl,” The Louvin Brothers

“La Bamba,” Ritchie Valens

“La vie en rose,” Louis Armstrong

“Lawdy Miss Clawdy,” Lloyd Price

“Leave My Kitten Alone,” Little Willie John

“Let Me Be Your Teddy Bear,” Elvis Presley with The Jordonaires

“Let the Good Times Roll,” Shirley and Lee

“Life is So Peculiar,” Louis Armstrong with Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five

“Little Bitty Pretty One,” Thurston Harris

“Little Darlin’,” The Diamonds

“Little Girl of Mine,” The Cleftones

“Little Queenie,” Chuck Berry

“Little Richard’s Boogie,” Little Richard, Johnny Otis’ Band

“Little Star,” The Elegants

“Lonely Avenue,” Ray Charles, His Orchestra and Chorus

“Lonely Teardrops,” Jackie Wilson

“The Lonesome River,” The Stanley Brothers & The Clinch Mountain Boys

“The Long Black Veil,” Lefty Frizzell

“Long Gone Lonesome Blues,” Hank Williams

“Long Tall Sally,” Little Richard

“Lotta Lovin’,” Gene Vincent and His Blue Caps

“Louisiana,” Percy Mayfield

“Love is Here to Stay,” Frank Sinatra

“Love Is Strange,” Mickey and Sylvia

“Love Me Tender,” Elvis Presley

“Love Me,” Elvis Presley

“Love Potion No. 9,” The Clovers

“A Lover’s Question,” Clyde McPhatter

“Lovey Dovey,” The Clovers

“Lovin’ Machine,” Wynonie Harris

“Lucille,” Little Richard

“Mack the Knife,” Louis Armstong

“Making Believe” Kitty Wells

“Mama, He Treats Your Daughter Mean,” Ruth Brown

“Man of Constant Sorrow,” The Stanley Brothers

“Manish Boy,” Muddy Waters

“Mary Don’t You Weep,” The Swan Silvertones

“Mary Lou,” Ronnie Hawkins and the Hawks

“Matchbox,” Carl Perkins

“Maybe Baby,” The Crickets

“Maybe,” The Chantels

“Maybellene,” Chuck Berry

“Mean Old World,” Little Walter

“Mean Woman Blues,” Elvis Presley

“Memphis, Tennessee,” Chuck Berry

“Mess Around,” Ray Charles

“Milkcow Blues Boogie,” Elvis Presley

“Moanin’ the Blues,” Hank Williams

“Mona (I Need You Baby),” Bo Diddley

“Mona Lisa,” Nat King Cole

“Money Honey,” The Drifters

“Move It,” Cliff Richard and the Drifters

“Mr. Lee,” The Bobbettes

“Mr. Sandman,” The Chordettes

“My Babe,” Little Walter and His Jukes

“My Baby Just Cares for Me,” Nina Simone

“My Baby Left Me,” Elvis Presley

“My Blue Heaven,” Fats Domino

“My Boy – Flat Top,” Boyd Bennett and His Rockets

“My Funny Valentine,” Chet Baker

“Mystery Train,” Elvis Presley

“Mystery Train,” Junior Parker

“Need Your Love So Bad,” Little Willie John

“Never Let Me Go,” Johnny Ace & Johnny Board & His Orchestra

“(Night Time is) The Right Time,” Ray Charles

“Night Train,” Jimmy Forrest

“Nip Sip,” The Clovers

“No Blow, No Show,” Bobby “Blue” Bland

“No Money in this Deal,” George Jones

“Not Fade Away,” The Crickets

“(Now and Then There’s) A Fool Such As I,” Elvis Presley

“Number 9 Train,” Tarheel Slim

“Oh Boy!,” The Crickets

“Oh Lonesome Me,” Don Gibson

“Oh, Babe,” Louis Prima and Keely Smith Orchestra and Chorus

“One for My Baby (and One More for the Road),” Frank Sinatra

“One Hand Loose,” Charlie Feathers with Jody and Jerry

“One Mint Julep,” The Clovers

“One Night,” Elvis Presley

“One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer,” Amos Milburn

“One Summer Night,” The Danleers

“Only Sixteen,” Sam Cooke

“Only You (And You Alone),” The Platters

“Over the Mountain, Across the Sea,” Johnnie and Joe

“Papa Ain’t Salty,” T-Bone Walker

“Peggy Sue,” Buddy Holly

“Pennies from Heaven,” Louis Prima

“Personality,” Lloyd Price

“Peter Gunn,” Henry Mancini and His Orchestra

“Philippine Blues,” Country Jim

“Pick Me Up on Your Way Down,” Charlie Walker

“Pink Champagne,” Joe Liggins and His Honeydrippers

“Play a Simple Melody,” Bing and Gary Crosby with Matty Matlock’s All Stars

“Please Love Me,” B.B. King

“Please Say You Want Me,” The Schoolboys

“Please Send Me Someone to Love,” Percy Mayfield

“Please, Please, Please,” James Brown with the Famous Flames

“Pledging My Love,” Johnny Ace with The Johnny Otis Orchestra

“Poisoning Pigeons in the Park,” Tom Lehrer

“Poor Little Fool,” Ricky Nelson

“Precious Lord,” B.B. King

“Pretty Thing,” Bo Diddley

“Race with the Devil,” Gene Vincent and His Blue Caps

“Raunchy,” Bill Justis

“Rave On,” Buddy Holly

“Raw-Hide,” Link Wray and the Wraymen

“Rawhide,” Frankie Lane

“Ready Teddy,” Little Richard

“Rebel Rouser,” Duane Eddy

“Red Headed Woman,” Sonny Burgess

“Red Hot,” Billy Lee Riley

“Red Light,” Merrill Moore

“Red River Rock,” Johnny and the Hurricanes

“Reelin’ and Rockin’,” Chuck Berry

“Reet Petite,” Jackie Wilson

“Release Me,” Ray Price

“Rich Woman, “ Li’l Millet & his Creoles

“Riot in Cell Block #9,” The Robins

“Rip It Up,” Little Richard

“Rock & Roll is Here to Stay,” Danny and the Juniors

“Rock and Roll Music,” Chuck Berry

“Rock Little Baby of Mine,” The Tielman Brothers

“Rocket 88,” Jackie Brenston and His Delta Cats

“Rockin’ Bones,” Ronnie Dawson

“Rockin’ Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu,” Huey “Piano” Smith and the Clowns

“Rockin’ Robin,” Bobby Day

“Roll over Beethoven,” Chuck Berry and his Combo

“Rollin’ and Tumblin’ (Part 1),” Muddy Waters

“Rollin’ Stone,” Muddy Waters

“Rub a Little Boogie,” Champion Jack Dupree

“Ruby Baby,” The Drifters

“Ruby, Are You Mad?,” The Osborne Brothers & Red Allen

“Rumble,” Link Wray and His Ray Men

“Run Rudolph Run,” Chuck Berry

“Santa Baby,” Eartha Kitt

“Say Man,” Bo Diddley

“School Day,” Chuck Berry

“Sea Cruise,” Frankie Ford

“Sea of Love,” Phil Phillips with the Twilights

“Searchin’,” The Coasters

“Send Me Some Lovin’,” Little Richard

“Settin’ the Woods on Fire,” Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys

“Sh-Boom,” The Chords

“Shake, Rattle, and Roll,” Big Joe Turner

“Short Shorts,” The Royal Teens

“Shotgun Blues,” Lightnin’ Hopkins

“Shout,” The Isley Brothers

“Silhouettes,” The Rays

“Since I Don’t Have You,” The Skyliners

“Sincerely,” The Moonglows

“Singing the Blues,” Marty Robbins

“Sittin’ in the Balcony,” Eddie Cochran

“Sitting Alone in the Moonlight,” Bill Monroe

“Sixteen Tons,” Tennessee Ernie Ford

“Sixty Minute Man,” The Dominoes

“Sleep Walk,” Santo & Johnny

“Slippin’ and Slidin’ (Peepin’ and Hiden’),” Little Richard

“Smoke Gets in Your Eyes,” The Platters

“Smoke Stack Lightnin’,” Howlin’ Wolf

“Smokey Joe’s Café,” The Robins

“The Snake Dance Boogie,” Roy Hogsed

“So Fine,” The Sheiks

“Soft,” Tiny Bradshaw

“Speedoo,” The Cadillacs

“Splish Splash,” Bobby Darin

“Sputnik (Satellite Girl),” Jerry Engler and The Four Ekkos

“Stagger Lee,” Lloyd Price

“Stood Up,” Ricky Nelson

“Story Untold,” The Nutmegs

“Stranded in the Jungle,” The Cadets

“Stupid Cupid,” Connie Francis

“Sugar Sweet,” Muddy Waters

“Sugarfoot Rag,” Red Foley

“Summertime Blues,” Eddie Cochran

“Susie Q,” Dale Hawkins

“Sweet Little Rock and Roller,” Chuck Berry

“Sweet Little Sixteen,” Chuck Berry

“T 99 Blues,” Jimmie Nelson and the Peter Rabbit Trio

“Take These Chains from My Heart,” Hank Williams

“Talk to Me, Talk to Me,” Little Willie John

“Tall Cool One,” The Wailers

“Tallahassee Lassie,” Freddy Cannon

“Teardrops from My Eyes,” Ruth Brown

“Tears on My Pillow,” Little Anthony & The Imperials

“A Teenager in Love,” Dion and the Belmonts

“Tequila,” The Champs

“That Is Rock & Roll,” The Coasters

“That’ll Be the Day,” The Crickets

“That’s All Right,” Elvis Presley

“That’s Amore,” Dean Martin

“That’s Why (I Love You So),” Jackie Wilson

“The Thing,” Phil Harris

“The Things That I Used to Do,” Guitar Slim

“There Goes My Baby,” The Drifters

“There Stands the Glass,” Webb Pierce

“There You Go,” Johnny Cash and Tennessee Two

“Think It Over,” The Crickets

“Think,” The “5” Royales

“Thirty Days (To Come Back Home),” Chuck Berry and his Combo

“This Land is Your Land,” Woody Guthrie

“This Weary Heart You Stole Away (Wake Up, Sweetheart),” The Stanley Brothers and the Clinch Mountain Boys

“A Thousand Miles Away,” The Heartbeats

“(‘Til) I Kissed You,” The Everly Brothers

“Tipitina,” Professor Longhair

“To the Aisle,” The Five Satins

“Tonite Tonite,” The Mello-Kings

“Too Much,” Elvis Presley

“Too Much Monkey Business,” Chuck Berry and his Combo

“Too Much Sugar for a Dime,” Merle Travis with the Westerners and Judy Hayden

“Touch the Hem of His Garment,” Soul Stirrers

“Train Kept A-Rollin’,” The Johnny Burnette Trio

“Treasure of Love,” Clyde McPhatter

“Trouble in Mind,” Dinah Washington

“Trouble No More,” Muddy Waters

“Trouble,” Elvis Presley

“Try Me,” James Brown and The Famous Flames

“Trying to Get to You,” Elvis Presley

“Tutti-Frutti,” Little Richard

“Tweedle Dee,” LaVern Baker

“Twenty Flight Rock,” Eddie Cochran

“Twice the Lovin’ (In Half the Time),” Jean Shepard and Speedy West

“Twilight Time,” The Platters

“Ubangi Stomp,” Warren Smith

“Uncle Pen,” Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys

“Under Your Spell Again,” Buck Owens

“Unforgettable,” Nat King Cole

“Venus,” Frankie Avalon

“Wake Up Little Susie,” The Everly Brothers

“Walkin’ After Midnight,” Patsy Cline

“Walkin’ My Baby Back Home,” Nat King Cole

“We Belong Together,” Robert and Johnny

“We Wanna Boogie,” Sonny Burgess

“Wee Wee Hours,” Chuck Berry

“Well…All Right,” Buddy Holly

“(We’re Gonna) Rock Around the Clock,” Bill Haley and the Comets

“Western Movies,” The Olympics

“What I’d Say,” Ray Charles

“When I Fall in Love,” Nat King Cole

“When I Stop Dreaming,” The Louvin Brothers

“When You Dance,” The Turbans

“White Lightning,” George Jones

“Who Do You Love?,” Bo Diddley

“Who Shot Willie,” Arthur “Guitar Boogie” Smith and His Crackerjacks

“Who’s Sorry Now?,” Connie Francis

“Whole Lotta Loving,” Fats Domino

“Whole Lotta Shakin’ Going On,” Jerry Lee Lewis

“Why Baby Why,” George Jones

“Why Do Falls Fall in Love,” Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers

“Why Don’t You Love Me,” Hank Williams with his Drifting Cowboys

“Wild About You,” Elmore James and His “Broom Dusters”

“Willie and the Hand Jive,” Johnny Otis

“Wine, Women, Whiskey,” Papa Lightfoot

“Without Love (There is Nothing),” Clyde McPhatter

“Woe is Me,” The Cadillacs

“Woke Up This Morning (My Baby Was Gone),” B.B. King

“Yakety Yak,” The Coasters

“Yellow Rose of Texas,” Ernest Tubb

“You Can’t Catch Me,” Chuck Berry

“You Make Me Feel So Young,” Frank Sinatra

“You Send Me,” Sam Cooke

“You Upset Me Baby,” B.B. King

“You Win Again,” Hank Williams

“You Win Again,” Jerry Lee Lewis

“You’re Humbuggin’ Me,” Rocket Morgan

“You’re Not Mine Anymore,” Webb Pierce

“(You’re So Square) Baby I Don’t Care,” Elvis Presley

“(You’ve Got) The Magic Touch,” The Platters

“Young at Heart,” Frank Sinatra

“Young Blood,” The Coasters

“Your Cash Ain’t Nothin’ But Trash,” The Clovers

“Your Cheatin’ Heart,” Hank Williams

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