Songs From 1959

Popular Songs From 1959

SONGS FROM 1959: A – AS

“A” You’re Adorable – 1959 – Gerry Granahan

All American Boy, The – 1959 – Bill Parsons

All American Boy (I practiced all day and up into the night, my papa’s hair was turning white) – 1959 – Bobby Bare

(All Of A Sudden) My Heart Sings – 1959 – Paul Anka

Almost 18 – 1959 – Roy Orbison

Along Came Jones – 1959 – The Coasters

Alvin’s Harmonica – 1959 – David Seville & the Chipmunks

Among My Souvenirs (a photograph or two, I see a rose from you among my souvenirs) – 1959 – Connie Francis 

Apple Blossom Time – 1959 – Rosemary June

As I Love You – 1959 – Shirley Bassey

SONGS FROM 1959: BABY – BY

Baby Face – 1959 – Brenda Lee

Baby Face – 1959 – Little Richard

Baby Talk (I am only five years old and my baby’s three) – 1959 – Jan and Dean

Back In The U.S.A (I’m so glad I’m living in the U.S.A) – 1959 – Chuck Berry

Battle Hymn Of The Republic, The – 1959 – Mormon Tabernacle Choir

Battle Of Kookamonga – 1959 – Homer and Jethro

Battle Of New Orleans, The – 1959 – Johnny Horton

Battle Of New Orleans, The – 1959 – Lonnie Donegan

Be My Guest – 1959 – Fats Domino

Big Hunk O’ Love, A – 1959 – Elvis Presley

Big Hurt, The – 1959 – Miss Toni Fisher

Bobby Sox To Stockings – 1959 – Frankie Avalon

Bongo Rock – 1959 – Preston Epps

Boy Without A Girl, A – 1959 – Frankie Avalon

Broken-Hearted Melody – 1959 – Sarah Vaughan

By The Light Of The Silvery Moon – 1959 – Little Richard

SONGS FROM 1959: CHARLIE – COME

Charlie Brown (he’s a clown that Charlie Brown; why is everybody always picking on me?) – 1959 – The Coasters

Children’s Marching Song, The – 1959 – Mitch Miller

Children’s Marching Song, The – 1959 – Cyril Stapleton

China Tea – 1959 – Russ Conway

C’mon Everybody – 1959 – Eddie Cochran

Come Fly With Me – 1958/1959 – Frank Sinatra

Come Softly To Me – 1959 – The Fleetwoods

Come Softly To Me – 1959 – Kaye Sisters with Frankie Vaughan

SONGS FROM 1959: DANNY – DREAM

Danny Boy – 1959 – Conway Twitty

Deck Of Cards – 1959 – Wink Martindale

Diary, The – 1959 – Neil Sedaka

Donna (oh, Donna) – 1959 – Ritchie Valens

Donna – 1959 – Marty Wilde

Don’t Take Your Guns To Town – 1959 – Johnny Cash

Don’t You Know – 1959 – Della Reese

Down In The Alley – 1959 – The Clovers

Dream Lover (I want a dream lover so I don’t have to dream alone) – 1959 – Bobby Darin 

SONGS FROM 1959: ENCHANTED – ENDLESSLY

Enchanted – 1959 – The Platters

Enchanted Sea, The – 1959 – Islanders

Endlessly – 1959 – Brook Benton

SONGS FROM 1959: FALLING – FRENCH

Falling Back To You – 1958/1959 – Webb Pierce

Five Feet High And Rising – 1959 – Johnny Cash

Fool Such As I, A (now and then there’s a fool such as I) – 1959 – Elvis Presley

Fort Worth Jail – 1959 – Lonnie Donegan

Forty Miles Of Bad Road (Instrumental) – 1959 – Duane Eddy

Frankie – 1959 – Connie Francis

Frankie’s Man Johnny – 1959 – Johnny Cash

French Foreign Legion – 1959 – Frank Sinatra

SONGS FROM 1959: GIGI – GUITAR

Gigi – 1959 – Billy Eckstine

Goodbye Baby – 1959 – Jack Scott

Goodbye Jimmy, Goodbye – 1959 – Kathy Linden

Goodbye Jimmy, Goodbye – 1959 – Ruby Murray

Goodbye Little Darlin’ – 1959 – Johnny Cash

Gotta Travel On – 1959 – Billy Grammer

Guitar Boogie Shuffle – 1959 – Virtues

Guitar Boogie Shuffle – 1959 – Bert Weedon

SONGS FROM 1959: HANDY – HUSHABYE

Handy Man – 1959/1977 – Otis Blackwell (co-songwriter)

Handy Man – 1959/1960 – Jimmy Jones (co-songwriter)

Happy Organ, The (Instrumental) – 1959 – Dabe “Baby” Cortez

Hawaiian Wedding Song, The – 1959 – Andy Williams

Heart Of A Man, The – 1959 – Frankie Vaughan

Heartaches By The Number – 1959 – Guy Mitchell

Heartaches By The Number – 1959 – Ray Price

Heartbeat (heartbeat why do you miss when my baby kisses me?) – 1959/1960 – Buddy Holly

Here Comes Summer – 1959 – Jerry Keller

High Hopes – 1959 – Frank Sinatra

Hound Dog Man – 1959 – Fabian

How Are Ya Fixed For Love? – 1959 – Frank Sinatra and Keely Smith

How Are You Fixed For Love? – see How Are Ya Fixed For Love? 

Hushabye – 1959 – Mystics

SONGS FROM 1959: I

I Ain’t Never – 1959/1960 – Webb Pierce

I Cried A Tear – 1959 – LaVern Baker

I Go Ape – 1959 – Neil Sedaka

I Got Stripes – 1959 – Johnny Cash

I Kissed You (I never knew what I missed ’til I kissed you) – 1959 – Everly Brothers

I Know – 1959 – Perry Como

I Need Your Love Tonight – 1959 – Elvis Presley

I Only Have Eyes For You (are the stars out tonight?) – 1959 – The Flamingos

I Want To Walk You Home – 1959 – Fats Domino

SONGS FROM 1959: IDLE – I’VE

Idle On Parade – 1959 – Anthony Newley

I’ll Be Satisfied – 1959 – Jackie Wilson

I’m Gonna Get Married – 1959 – Lloyd Price

I’m Ready – 1959 – Fats Domino

In The Mood (Instrumental) – 1959 – Ernie Fields

It Doesn’t Matter Anymore (there’s no use in me crying, I’ve done everything now I’m sick of trying) – 1959 – Buddy Holly

It Was I – 1959 – Skip and Flip

It’s Just A Matter Of Time -1959 – Brook Benton

It’s Just About Time – 1959 – Johnny Cash

It’s Late (it’s late we better get on home, it’s late we’ve been gone too long) – 1959 – Ricky Nelson

It’s Time To Cry – 1959 – Paul Anka

I’ve Had It – 1959 – Bell Notes

I’ve Waited So Long – 1959 – Anthony Newley

SONGS FROM 1959: JUST 

Just A Little Too Much – 1959 – Ricky Nelson

Just Ask Your Heart – 1959 – Frankie Avalon

SONGS FROM 1959: KANSAS – KOOKIE

Kansas City (I’m going to Kansas City – Kansas City here I come; they’ve got some crazy little women there and I’m gonna get me one) – 1959 – Wilbert Harrison

Kansas City – 1959 – Little Richard

Katy Too – 1959 – Johnny Cash

Kiss Me Honey Kiss Me – 1959 – Shirley Bassey

Kissin’ Time – 1959 – Bobby Rydell

Kissing Tree, The – 1959 – Billy Grammer

Kookie, Kookie (will you lend me your comb?) – 1959 – Edward Byrnes and Connie Stevens

SONGS FROM 1959: LAVENDER – LUTHER

Lavender Blue – 1959 – Sammy Turner

Lipstick On Your Collar – 1959 – Connie Francis

Little Donkey – 1959 – Beverley Sisters

Little Space Girl, The – 1959 – Jesse Lee Turner

Little White Bull – 1959 – Tommy Steele

Living Doll – 1959 – Cliff Richard

Lonely Boy – 1959 – Paul Anka

Lonely Street – 1959 – Andy Williams

Lonely Teardrops (my heart is cryin’ cryin, lonely teardrops) – 1959 – Jackie Wilson

Long Black Veil – 1959 – Lefty Frizzell

Love Potion No. 9 – 1959/1960 – The Clovers

Lover’s Question, A – 1959 – Clyde McPhatter

Lucky Ladybug – 1959 – Billy and Lillie

Luther Played The Boogie –1959 – Johnny Cash

SONGS FROM 1959: MACK – MY

Mack The Knife – 1959 – Bobby Darin

Makin’ Love – 1959 – Floyd Robinson

Manhattan Spiritual (Instrumental) – 1959 – Reg Owen

Matilda – 1959 – Cookie & The Cupcakes

May You Always – 1959 – The McGuire Sisters

May You Always – 1959 – Joan Regan

Mean Streak – 1959 – Cliff Richard

Memphis – 1959 – Chuck Berry

Midnight Shift – 1959 – Buddy Holly 

Misty – 1959 – Johnny Mathis

Mona Lisa – 1959 – Conway Twitty

Money Honey – 1956/1959 – Elvis Presley 

More And More Party Pops – 1959 – Russ Conway

Morgen – 1959 – Ivo Robic

Mr. Blue – 1959 – The Fleetwoods

Mr. Blue – 1959 – Mike Preston

M.T.A. – 1959 – Kingston Trio

My Happiness – 1959 – Connie Francis

My Heart Is An Open Book – 1959 – Carl Dobkins, Jr.

My Heart Sings (all of a sudden) – 1959 – Paul Anka

My Wish Came True – 1959 – Elvis Presley

SONGS FROM 1959: NEVER

Never Be Anyone Else But You – 1959 – Ricky Nelson

SONGS FROM 1959: OH – ONLY

Oh! Carol (Oh Carol, I am but a fool) – 1959 – Neil Sedaka

One More Sunrise (Morgen) – 1959 – Dickie Valentine

Only Sixteen – 1959 – Craig Douglas

Only You (Instrumental) – 1959 – Franck Pourcel’s French Fiddles

SONGS FROM 1959: PEGGY – PUT

Peggy Sue Got Married – 1959 – Buddy Holly

Personality – 1959 – Lloyd Price

Personality – 1959 – Anthony Newley

Peter Gunn (Instrumental) – 1959 – Ray Anthony

Peter Gunn Theme (Instrumental) – 1959 – Duane Eddy

Petite Fleur (Instrumental) – 1959 – Chris Barber’s Jazz Band

Piano Party – 1959 – Winifred Atwell

Pink Shoe Laces – 1959 – Dodie Stevens

Please Mr. Sun – 1959 – Tommy Edwards

Poison Ivy (late at night while you’re sleepin’ Poison Ivy comes a-creepin’ around) – 1959 – The Coasters

Poor Jenny – 1959 – Everly Brothers

Primrose Lane – 1959 – Jerry Wallace and the Jewels

Pub With No Beer, A – 1959 – Slim Dusty

Put Your Head On My Shoulder – 1959 – Paul Anka

SONGS FROM 1959: QUEEN – QUIET

Queen Of Hearts – 1959 – Sam Hawkins

Quiet Village (Instrumental) – 1959 – Martin Denny

SONGS FROM 1959: RAGTIME – ROULETTE

Ragtime Cowboy Joe – 1959 – Chipmunks

Raining In My Heart (it’s raining, raining in my heart) – 1958/1959 – Buddy Holly

Rawhide – 1959 – Frankie Laine

Red River Rock (Instrumental) – 1959 – Johnny & the Hurricanes

Roulette – 1959 – Russ Conway

SONGS FROM 1959: SAL’S – SWEETER

Sal’s Got A Sugar Lip – 1959 – Bo Donaldson and the Heywoods

Say Man – 1959 – Bo Diddley

Scarlet Ribbons (for her hair) – 1959 – The Browns

Sea Cruise (won’t you let me take you on a sea cruise?) – 1959 – Frankie Ford

Sea Of Love (come with me my love to the sea – the sea of love, I want to tell you how much I love you) – 1959 – Phil Phillips and the Twilights

Sea Of Love – 1959 – Marty Wilde

Seems To Me – 1959 – Roy Orbison

Seven Little Girls Sitting In The Back Seat – 1959 – Paul Evans and the Curls

Seven Little Girls Sitting In The Back Seat – 1959 – Avons

She Say (oom dooby doom) – 1959 – The Diamonds

Shout (Part 1) – 1959/1962 – Isley Brothers

Side Saddle – 1959 – Russ Conway

Since I Don’t Have You – 1959 – The Skyliners

Sing Little Birdie – 1959 – Pearl Carr and Teddy Johnson

Sixteen Candles – 1959 – The Crests

Sleep Walk (Instrumental) – 1959 – Santo and Johnny

Smoke Gets In Your Eyes – 1959 – The Platters

Snow Coach – 1959 – Russ Conway

So Fine – 1959 – The Fiestas

So Fine – 1959 – Fiestasfierce

So Many Ways – 1959 – Brook Benton

Someone – 1959 – Johnny Mathis

Sorry (I Ran All The Way Home) (I ran all the way home just to say I’m sorry) – 1959 – The Impalas

Staccato’s Theme (Instrumental from the tv show Johnny Staccato) – 1959 – Elmer Bernstein

Stagger Lee – 1959 – Lloyd Price

Sweeter Than You – 1959 – Ricky Nelson

SONGS FROM 1959: TAKE – TURN

Take A Message To Mary – 1959 – Everly Brothers

Talk That Talk (gives me fever when she talks that talk) – 1959 – Jackie Wilson

Talk To Me – 1959 – Frank Sinatra

Tall Paul – 1959 – Annette (Funicello)

Tallahassee Lassie – 1959 – Freddy “Boom Boom” Cannon

Tallahassee Lassie – 1959 – Tommy Steele

Teen Beat (Instrumental) – 1959 – Sandy Nelson

Teenager In Love, A (why must I be a teenager in love?) – 1959 – Dion & the Belmonts

Teenager In Love, A – 1959 – Craig Douglas

Teenager In Love, A – 1959 – Marty Wilde

Tell Him No – 1959 – Bob and Travis

Thank You Pretty Baby – 1959 – Brook Benton

Thanks A Lot – 1959 – Johnny Cash

That’s Why (I Love You So) – 1959 – Jackie Wilson

There Goes My Baby – 1959 – The Drifters

They Call The Wind Maria – 1959 – The Kingston Trio

This Should Go On Forever – 1959 – Rod Bernard

Thousand Miles Ago – 1959 – Webb Pierce

Three Bells, The – 1959 – The Browns

Three Stars – 1959 – Tommy Dee

Tiger – 1959 – Fabian

Tijuana Jail – 1959 – Kingston Trio

(‘Til) I Kissed You (I never knew what I missed ’til I kissed you) – 1959 – Everly Brothers

Tomboy – 1959 – Perry Como

Tragedy – 1959 – Thomas Wayne

Travellin’ Light – 1959 – Cliff Richard

Tupelo County Jail – 1958/1959 – Webb Pierce

Turn Me Loose – 1959 – Fabian

SONGS FROM 1959: UH

Uh! Oh! Part 2 – 1959 – The Nutty Squirrels

SONGS FROM 1959: VENUS

Venus – 1959 – Frankie Avalon

SONGS FROM 1959: WAIT – WOO

Wait For Me – 1959 – Malcolm Vaughan

Wait For Me – 1959 – Malcolm Vaughan

Waterloo – 1959 – Stonewall Jackson

We Got Love – 1959 – Bobby Rydell

What A Diff’rence A Day Makes – 1959 – Dinah Washington

What Do You Want – 1959 – Adam Faith

What Do You Want To Make Those Eyes At Me For – 1959 – Emile Ford and the Checkmates

What’d I Say (Part 1) – 1959 – Ray Charles

Whole Lotta Loving – 1959 – Fats Domino

Why – 1959 – Frankie Avalon

Wonderful Secret Of Love – 1959 – Robert Earl

Woo Hoo – 1959 – Rock-A-Teens

SONGS FROM 1959: YOU – YOU’RE

You Always Hurt The One You Love – 1959 – Connie Francis

You Better Know It – 1959 – Jackie Wilson 

You Dreamer You – 1959 – Johnny Cash

You’re So Fine – 1959 – Falcons 

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