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These gatherings often included a degree of drinking and singing of songs that had been popular though the war. It seemed that going through these hardships together engendered a great community spirit which lingered long after the war had ended and which these songs helped to revive. The songs listed here include many of those I can remember being sung and from old records being played at the time. I expect many of you out there of a certain age will have similar memories and I hope seeing these songs again will bring you the same nostalgia it brought to me when compiling them. This collection obviously has a bit of an English bias, if you are more interested in American hit songs of the war years see this page: Top hit song lyrics taken from the American music charts of to Below is a list of all the titles available in this section. To view the songs just click on the title required. Should you need a print-out or editable version of the song without banners or adverts PDF and RTF files are available from the link at the bottom of each song page.
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Billboard number-one singles chart which preceded the Billboard Hot chart , which was updated weekly by the Billboard magazine, was the main singles chart of the American music industry since and until the Billboard Hot chart was established in Before the Billboard Hot chart was established in August , which was based on a formula combining sales data of commercially available singles and airplay on American radio stations, the Billboard used to publish several song popularity charts weekly. Throughout most of the s the magazine published the following three charts:. The following artists achieved three or more number-one hits from — A number of artists had number-one singles on their own as well as part of a collaboration.
Pistol Packin' Mama by Al Dexter. Paper Doll by The Mills Brothers. You'll Never Know by Dick Haymes. Sunday, Monday or Always by Bing Crosby. Comin' in on a Wing and a Prayer by Song Spinners. White Christmas by Bing Crosby. You'll Never Know by Frank Sinatra. Tangerine by Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra. Nature Boy by Nat King Cole. Jive by Louis Jordan.