Song artist 75 - Patti Page
This page lists the song chart entries of Patti Page. The songs are listed with the most widely successful first.
In addition to the above listed songs Patti Page also contributed to the following entries:
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Previous Comments (newest first)
17 Jul 2019
Gypsy lady can you tell me . What the fath my have in store . Will this be thenight will he hold me tight ? Look in your Crystal ball and tell me chips he will this be the greatest night of all .
2 Mar 2016
E-mail dated 19 Feb 2016
Of the (47) songs you are asking for info on; only (3) have Chart Data in JoelWhitburn's books and you already have that data on (2) of them. Those (2) are Ames Brothers - Naughty Lady - US Billboard - #3 - 15 weeks & Bob Wills - San Antonio Rose - #15 - 2 weeks. The 3rd song is the one that triggered all this - Patti Page - Let Me Go Lover - #8 - 7 weeks. The other (44) songs are not in Joel Whitburn's Pop Memories 1890-1954 book at all. Sorry I couldn't be of more help.
Thanks for trying
19 Feb 2016
#45 - Let Me Go Lover
Please take another look at this. Per my 14 Feb 2016 e-mail, you are askingfor the Whitburn number. Not sure what that means. He gives this info in his 'Top Pop Singles' book. However Wikipedia also shows this Patti Page single as peaking at #8 on the Billboard Charts. Could the data you use have skipped this?
The Whitburn number is a unique ID for each song. Used in some of his books (but obviously not all). It is a good check for missing entries.
After some further tracking we can see what the issue is. Bullfrog corrected all the data after 1955. Before that date he relies on input from "other experts", obviously one of them had an issue, in the 1940-1955 data there are 47 entries that are all missing the "peak position", "weeks in chart" and "Yearly Rank" values. Obviously we can't use any of that data unless we can find these three parameters for those entries (and in the UK we can't easily get the 'Top Pop Singles' book which presumably has the information).
The missing entries are:
1954_019 - Ames Brothers "The Naughty Lady of Shady Lane" (1954)| 1954_058 - Patti Page "Let Me Go Lover" (1954)| 1952_237 - Louis Prima "Bigger The Figure" (1952)| 1952_257 - Frankie Laine "Mermaid" (1952)| 1951_204 - Vic Damone "Wonder Why" (1951)| 1951_211 - Champ Butler "Them There Eyes" (1951)| 1951_220 - Spike Jones "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" (1951)| 1951_242 - Andrews Sisters "I'm In Love Again" (1951)| 1951_298 - Dinah Shore "You're Just In Love" (1951)| 1950_112 - Dennis Day "Christmas In Killarney" (1950)| 1950_286 - David Rose "Bewitched" (1950)| 1950_316 - Dinah Shore "I'll Always Love You (Querida Mia)" (1950)| 1948_111 - Two-Ton Baker "Too Fat Polka" (1948)| 1947_167 - Margaret Whiting "So Far" (1947)| 1946_159 - Stan Kenton "It's A Pity To Say Goodnight" (1946)| 1946_208 - Kate Smith "Sioux City Sue" (1946)| 1945_187 - Charlie Spivak "Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral" (1945)| 1945_225 - Charlie Spivak "Can't You Read Between The Lines" (1945)| 1944_128 - Stan Kenton "Eager Beaver" (1944)| 1944_149 - Hildegarde "Lili Marlene" (1944)| 1944_163 - Merry Macs "Let's Sing A Song About Susie" (1944)| 1944_170 - Tommy Dorsey & Jo Stafford & Pied Pipers "Embraceable You" (1944)| 1944_178 - Russ Morgan "Louise" (1944)| 1944_186 - Jerry Jerome "Arsenic And Old Lace" (1944)| 1944_196 - Spike Jones "Behind Those Swinging Doors" (1944)| 1944_200 - Vaughn Monroe "Take It Jackson" (1944)| 1944_201 - Tony Pastor "Robin Hood" (1944)| 1944_209 - Hoosier Hot Shots "She Broke My Heart In Three Places" (1944)| 1944_229 - Louis Prima "I'll Walk Alone" (1944)| 1944_232 - Enric Madrguera "Amor Amor" (1944)| 1944_233 - Ginny Simms "Wish You Were Waiting For Me" (1944)| 1944_234 - Charlie Spivak "Let Me Love You" (1944)| 1944_245 - Abe Lyman "By the River of Roses" (1944)| 1944_246 - Louis Prima "Oh Marie" (1944)| 1943_059 - Charlie Barnet & His Orch "That Old Black Magic" (1943)| 1943_063 - Dick Jurgens "You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To" (1943)| 1943_071 - Rene Musette Orch "Tap The Barrel Dry" (1943)| 1942_081 - Johnnie Johnston "Dearly Beloved" (1942)| 1942_136 - Dinah Shore "I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good" (1942)| 1942_144 - Gordon Jenkins "He Wears a Pair of Silver Wings" (1942)| 1941_095 - Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys "San Antonio Rose" (1941)| 1940_103 - Charlie Barnet & His Orch "Breeze And I" (1940)| 1940_116 - Dinah Shore "Maybe" (1940)| 1940_138 - Bing Crosby "Silent Night (1940 version)" (1940)| 1940_142 - Wayne King "Where was I" (1940)| 1940_145 - Cats & the Fiddle "I Miss You So" (1940)| 1940_152 - Dick Todd "Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square" (1940)|
For those songs can you supply the missing info? We could guess the "yearly rank" from the Whitburn numbers, but the position and weeks in chart (which we need for scoring) we would need accurate values for.
14 Feb 2016
#46 - Let Me Go Lover
Per Joel Whitburn & Wikipedia this also made the US Billboard Charts in Dec. 1954 - #8 - 7 weeks.
It's not in our listing, what's the Whitburn number? The only song we have in 1954 #8 - 7 weeks is Tony Bennett "Cinnamon Sinner" (1954_057)
30 Jan 2016
Double Listing - All My Love
#4 & #28 are the same.
Data fixed, thanks
2 Sep 2014
title of oldie
Last song played on sunday night oldies on aug 31
7 Oct 2013
The Walls Have Ears
Want to purchase this song
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27 Feb 2012
Australian chart singles
David Kent's book "Australian Chart Chronicles" covers 1940 through 2008. I know that Patti Page has between 35 and 40 chart records in Australia.
Sorry that I can find no complete listings for Japan, Malasia, Hong Kong or Spain.
22 Feb 2011
Belonging to someone - Patti Page
This song also appears at cash box for 8 weeks. Highest chart position was #28. Entry was 25/01...
We don't have a complete listing of all the Cashbox charts, all we have are the "end of year" charts (and this song wasn't in them).
29 Jan 2011
Patti Page also sung 'Butterlies' in 1953. There is an oldies cover version do you know who sings it?
Patti Page was the only person to have a hit with the song in 1953.
Two other artists have had hits with songs called the same, Michael Jackson had a hit in 2001 (only in the US) and and Tone Damli Aaberge had a hit (only in Norway). We don't know if either of those was a cover version.
Also Alicia Keys released a song called "Butterflyz"
25 Mar 2009
patti page chart listings
I have some chart info you may be interested in regarding top 10s for Patti in Hong Kong, Japan and Spain, plus some others. Say Wonderful Things Top 10 in Spain and Japan, No. 1 in Hong Kong.
Thanks so much for the update on Patti's listings since I visited last year.
Thanks for the input. We only incorporate complete charts that cover all artists with hits in a given era or location. Unfortunately we can't use entries that are focused on the hits of a particular artist.
If you can tell us where the complete historic charts are available for Hong Kong, Japan and Spain we could bring them into the data set.
13 Nov 2008
inconsistancies I have found
I am using your lists to help me learn more about music through the ages. They are very helpful!! Thanks for your efforts.
I have been noticing some inconsistancies you may wish to look at
1953 33 Patti Page ( see 13) The Doggie In The Window 34 Percy Faith & Felicia Sanders (see 15) The Song From Moulin Rouge (Where Is Your Heart) 67 Eddie Calvert (see #26) Oh My Papa (O Mein Papa)
Thanks for the corrections, they have all been done