What Was The Number One Song When You Were Born?

I’ve always been fascinated with knowing what was number one in the UK singles chart during the week someone was born. I think it gives a good indication of the persons personality etc. I know that’s probably crazy but it’s my theory and they usually are.

When I was born on 22nd March 1978, the number one song was “Wuthering Heights” by Kate Bush.

What does that say about me…..?

“A little bit weird but an experimental interpretation of something classic!”

I’ve posted the video below and then there’s an interesting photo below it. I took the photo near Aberdeen beach because I thought the sign was really funny. When I uploaded the photo I noticed something else on the hill at the middle right of the shot which can only be described as….Kate Bush from the Wuthering Heights video….spooky huh?

What was the number one when you were born?

If you want to check the UK charts then I use the everyhit website but I’m sure there’s an equivalent for every other country.

Find your “number one”, and write a post about how you think it relates to you.

 

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  11. I just love this song. Funnily enough I have been reading Wuthering Heights. This song is going through my head distracting me from the book. Good ballet and gymnastic moves from Kate. This was a huge success here in New Zealand.
    No, I won’t give the song that was number one when I was born. A good lady never gives away her true age.
    Great photo. Love the colours and I do see something strange in it – Heathcliff maybe.

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  13. I know Cher was number one in the USA when I was born. But, the Simon Park Orchestra was at the top of the charts in the UK when I was born with their hit “Eye Level.” I’d never heard it before I went to watch this YouTube clip:

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