List of number-one singles of 1973 (Canada)

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This is a list of the weekly Canadian RPM magazine[n 1] number one Top Singles chart of 1973.[n 2][n 3]

Canada denotes Canadian Content.

Volume:Issue Issue Date(s) Weeks on Top Song Artist
18:21-23[n 4] 6 January - 20 January 2 "Clair" Gilbert O'Sullivan
18:24 27 January 1 "You're So Vain" Carly Simon
18:25-26 3 February - 10 February 2 "Last Song" Edward Bear Canada
19:1-4 17 February - 10 March 4 "Crocodile Rock" Elton John
19:5-6 17 March - 24 March 2 "Danny's Song" Anne Murray Canada
19:7-9 31 March - 14 April 3 "Killing Me Softly with His Song" Roberta Flack
19:10-11 21 April - 28 April 2 "Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree" Dawn featuring Tony Orlando
19:12 5 May 1 "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia" Vicki Lawrence
19:13 12 May 1 "The First Cut Is the Deepest" Keith Hampshire Canada
19:14 19 May 1 "The Cisco Kid" War
19:15 26 May 1 "Little Willy" The Sweet
19:16-17 2 June - 9 June 2 "Daniel" Elton John
19:18 16 June 1 "Frankenstein" Edgar Winter
19:19-21 23 June - 7 July 3 "Playground in My Mind" Clint Holmes
19:22 14 July 1 "Will It Go Round in Circles" Billy Preston
19:23 21 July 1 "Yesterday Once More" Carpenters
19:24 28 July 1 "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown" Jim Croce
19:25-26, 20:1 4 August - 18 August 3 "Monster Mash" Bobby "Boris" Pickett
20:2-4 25 August - 8 September 3 "Brother Louie" Stories
20:5-7 15 September - 29 September 3 "Delta Dawn" Helen Reddy
20:8 6 October 1 "Half Breed" Cher
20:9-13 13 October - 10 November 5 "Angie" The Rolling Stones
20:14 17 November 1 "Could You Ever Love Me Again" Gary and Dave Canada
20:15-16 24 November - 1 December 2 "Photograph" Ringo Starr
20:17-18 8 December - 15 December 2 "Top of the World" Carpenters
20:19 22 December 1 "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" Elton John
20:20-21 29 December - 5 January 2 "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World" Charlie Rich

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Notes
  1. ^ The magazine's weekly record charts were digitized by the AV Trust. The collection is archived by Library and Archives Canada here [1].
    The PDF text search does not work unless you have additional software installed. You must view each entry on the chart for a match.
  2. ^ A collection of all the .pdf files cited is available here [2].
  3. ^ On 21 March 1966, the chart became the RPM 100, as expanded to the top 100 singles.
  4. ^ 6 January 1973 is inferred as no issue was published that week, and as implied by issue numbering.


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