Billboard Year-End Hot 100 singles of 1963

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This is a list of Billboard magazine's Top Hot 100 songs of 1963.[1]

Title Artist(s)
1 "Sugar Shack" The Fireballs
2 "Surfin' U.S.A." The Beach Boys
3 "The End of the World" Skeeter Davis
4 "Rhythm of the Rain" The Cascades
5 "He's So Fine" The Chiffons
6 "Blue Velvet" Bobby Vinton
7 "Hey Paula" Paul & Paula
8 "Fingertips" Little Stevie Wonder
9 "Washington Square" The Village Stompers
10 "It's All Right" The Impressions
11 "Can't Get Used to Losing You" Andy Williams
12 "My Boyfriend's Back" The Angels
13 "Sukiyaki" Kyu Sakamoto
14 "She's a Fool" Lesley Gore
15 "So Much in Love" The Tymes
16 "Puff, the Magic Dragon" Peter, Paul & Mary
17 "Blowin' in the Wind" Peter, Paul & Mary
18 "I'm Leaving It Up to You" Dale & Grace
19 "Deep Purple" Nino Tempo & April Stevens
20 "Wipe Out" The Surfaris
21 "I Love You Because" Al Martino
22 "Louie Louie" The Kingsmen
23 "You're the Reason I'm Living" Bobby Darin
24 "Walk Like a Man" The Four Seasons
25 "Mockingbird" Inez & Charlie Foxx
26 "I Will Follow Him" Little Peggy March
27 "Pipeline" The Chantays
28 "Surf City" Jan & Dean
29 "It's My Party" Lesley Gore
30 "Blame It on the Bossa Nova" Eydie Gormé
31 "You Can't Sit Down" The Dovells
32 "Heat Wave" Martha & the Vandellas
33 "Denise" Randy & the Rainbows
34 "Walk Right In" The Rooftop Singers
35 "If You Wanna Be Happy" Jimmy Soul
36 "Surfer Girl" The Beach Boys
37 "If I Had a Hammer" Trini Lopez
38 "Everybody" Tommy Roe
39 "Easier Said Than Done" The Essex
40 "Ruby Baby" Dion
41 "Maria Elena" Los Indios Tabajaras
42 "Our Day Will Come" Ruby & the Romantics
43 "I Can't Stay Mad at You" Skeeter Davis
44 "Hello Stranger" Barbara Lewis
45 "Be My Baby" The Ronettes
46 "Mean Woman Blues" Roy Orbison
47 "South Street" The Orlons
48 "Drip Drop" Dion
49 "The Monkey Time" Major Lance
50 "Candy Girl" The Four Seasons
51 "Still" Bill Anderson
52 "Blue on Blue" Bobby Vinton
53 "Cry Baby" Garnet Mimms & and the Enchanters
54 "Two Faces Have I" Lou Christie
55 "Busted" Ray Charles
56 "Da Doo Ron Ron" The Crystals
57 "Foolish Little Girl" The Shirelles
58 "Memphis, Tennessee" Lonnie Mack
59 "In Dreams" Roy Orbison
60 "More" Kai Winding
61 "You Don't Have to Be a Baby to Cry" The Caravelles
62 "Losing You" Brenda Lee
63 "Our Winter Love" Bill Pursell
64 "Since I Fell for You" Lenny Welch
65 "You've Really Got a Hold on Me" The Miracles
66 "Sally Go 'Round the Roses" The Jaynetts
67 "Dominique" The Singing Nun
68 "Then He Kissed Me" The Crystals
69 "(You're the) Devil in Disguise" Elvis Presley
70 "Those Lazy-Hazy-Crazy Days of Summer" Nat King Cole
71 "Baby Workout" Jackie Wilson
72 "Wild Weekend" The Rebels
73 "Walking the Dog" Rufus Thomas
74 "From a Jack to a King" Ned Miller
75 "Up on the Roof" The Drifters
76 "What Will My Mary Say" Johnny Mathis
77 "Mama Didn't Lie" Jan Bradley
78 "The Night Has a Thousand Eyes" Bobby Vee
79 "Don't Say Nothin' Bad (About My Baby)" The Cookies
80 "Reverend Mr. Black" The Kingston Trio
81 "Just One Look" Doris Troy
82 "Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah! (A Letter from Camp)" Allan Sherman
83 "Judy's Turn to Cry" Lesley Gore
84 "Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport" Rolf Harris
85 "Mickey's Monkey" The Miracles
86 "Donna the Prima Donna" Dion
87 "Hotel Happiness" Brook Benton
88 "Another Saturday Night" Sam Cooke
89 "Pepino, the Italian Mouse" Lou Monte
90 "(Down At) Papa Joe's" Dixie Belles
91 "Go Away Little Girl" Steve Lawrence
92 "Take These Chains from My Heart" Ray Charles
93 "Don't Think Twice, It's Alright" Peter, Paul & Mary
94 "Be True to Your School" The Beach Boys
95 "Bossa Nova Baby" Elvis Presley
96 "Do the Bird" Dee Dee Sharp
97 "It's Up to You" Rick Nelson
98 "One Fine Day" The Chiffons
99 "500 Miles" Bobby Bare
100 "Tell Him" The Exciters

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  1. ^ "Billboard Top 100 - 1963". Retrieved 2011-01-09.