List of RPM number-one country singles of 1969

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These are the Canadian number-one country songs of 1969, per the RPM Country Tracks chart.

Issue date Title Artist
January 13 Wichita Lineman Glen Campbell
January 20
January 27 I Take a Lot of Pride in What I Am Merle Haggard
February 3 The Carroll County Accident Porter Wagoner
February 10
February 17
February 24 Mr. Brown Gary Buck
March 3 Daddy Sang Bass Johnny Cash
March 10 The Girl Most Likely Jeannie C. Riley
March 17 Mr. Brown Gary Buck
March 24
March 31 While Your Lover Sleeps Leon Ashley
April 7 Kaw-Liga Charley Pride
April 14
April 21 The Name of the Game Was Love Hank Snow
April 28 Only the Lonely Sonny James
May 5 Who's Gonna Mow Your Grass Buck Owens
May 12 My Woman's Good to Me David Houston
May 19 Galveston Glen Campbell
May 26 Let It Be Me Bobbie Gentry and Glen Campbell
June 2 It's a Sin Marty Robbins
June 9 Who Drinks My Beer When I'm Gone Mercey Brothers
June 16 Cajun Love Lucille Starr
June 23 Ribbon of Darkness Connie Smith
June 30 Singing My Song Tammy Wynette
July 7 Rings of Gold Dottie West and Don Gibson
July 14 Running Bear Sonny James
July 21 The Days of Sand and Shovels Waylon Jennings
July 28 One Has My Name (The Other Has My Heart) Jerry Lee Lewis
August 2 Canadian Pacific George Hamilton IV
August 9
August 16
August 23 A Boy Named Sue Johnny Cash
August 30
September 6
September 13
September 20 True Grit Glen Campbell
September 27 Workin' Man's Blues Merle Haggard
October 4 Invitation to Your Party Jerry Lee Lewis
October 11 Muddy Mississippi Line Bobby Goldsboro
October 18 Tall Dark Stranger Buck Owens
October 25 The Ways to Love a Man Tammy Wynette
November 1 Invitation to Your Party Jerry Lee Lewis
November 8 To See My Angel Cry Conway Twitty
November 15 Get Rhythm Johnny Cash
November 22
November 29 Groovy Grubworm Harlow Wilcox
December 6 Try a Little Kindness Glen Campbell
December 13 She Even Woke Me Up to Say Goodbye Jerry Lee Lewis
December 20 Diggy Liggy Lo Doug Kershaw
December 27 (I'm So) Afraid of Losing You Again Charley Pride

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