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  1. This is a list of Billboard magazine's Top Hot 100 songs of 1965. The Top 100, as revealed in the year-end edition of Billboard dated December 25, 1965, is based on Hot 100 charts from the issue dates of January 2 through October 30, 1965.

  2. Billboard. Hot 100 number ones of 1965. The Supremes scored four #1 hits in 1965 with "Come See About Me", "Stop! In the Name of Love", "Back in My Arms Again" and "I Hear a Symphony". The Rolling Stones scored their first two #1 hits in 1965 with "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" and "Get Off of My Cloud". These are the Billboard Hot 100 number ...

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    Note: For years prior to 1983, we have limited data. The Top Jazz Albums chart displays in full through 1967 and the Billboard 200 chart displays only the top 10 positions back to 1965. Please ...

  4. Aug 05, 2018 · Saturday marked the 60th anniversary of Billboard magazine's Hot 100, its weekly list of the most popular songs across all genres, based on sales, radio airplay, and streaming data. (Radio airplay ...

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    • Easy On Me. Adele 1 16 A.L.B.Adkins, G.Kurstin. G.Kurstin. Imprint/Promotion Label: Columbia. Share Chart on Twitter Twitter Share Chart on Copy Link Copy Link Share Chart on Facebook Facebook Share Chart on Embed Embed.
    • Heat Waves. Glass Animals 3 54 D.Bayley. Imprint/Promotion Label: Wolf Tone/Polydor/Republic. Gains In Performance.
    • Stay. The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber 4 1 29 C.K.J.Howard, J.D.Bieber, M.A.Hoiberg, O.Fedi, B.Slatktin, C.Puth, M.J.Mule, I.DeBoni, S.Rahman.
  5. May 04, 2022 · Billboard Hot 100 Top 20. 04 May 2022 - 10 May 2022. The Hot 100 is the United States’ main singles chart, compiled by Billboard magazine based on sales, airplay and streams in the US. View the ...

  6. Jan 24, 2022 · The Hot 100 is widely considered the definitive all-genre singles chart in the US. In its 63-year history, over 1,000 songs have reached the coveted No. 1 spot, but far fewer have reigned long enough to hit the milestone of double-digit weeks — or, even more impressively, surpass it.