Billboard year-end top 50 singles of 1958

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This is a list of Billboard magazine's top 50 pop singles of 1958.[1]

Position Song Artist
1 "Volare (Nel blu dipinto di blu)" Domenico Modugno
2 "All I Have to Do Is Dream" / "Claudette" The Everly Brothers
3 "Don't" / "I Beg of You" Elvis Presley
4 "Witch Doctor" David Seville
5 "Patricia" Perez Prado
6 "Sail Along, Silv'ry Moon" / "Raunchy" Billy Vaughn
7 "Catch a Falling Star" / "Magic Moments" Perry Como
8 "Tequila" The Champs
9 "It's All in the Game" Tommy Edwards
10 "Return to Me" Dean Martin
11 "It's Only Make Believe" Conway Twitty
12 "The Purple People Eater" Sheb Wooley
13 "Bird Dog" / "Devoted to You" The Everly Brothers
14 "Get a Job" The Silhouettes
15 "Little Star" The Elegants
16 "Twilight Time" The Platters
17 "Stood Up" / "Waitin' in School" Ricky Nelson
18 "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands" Laurie London
19 "Secretly" Jimmie Rodgers
20 "At the Hop" Danny & the Juniors
21 "Yakety Yak" The Coasters
22 "Wear My Ring Around Your Neck" / "Doncha' Think It's Time" Elvis Presley
23 "Rockin' Robin" / "Over and Over" Bobby Day
24 "Poor Little Fool" Ricky Nelson
25 "A Wonderful Time Up There" / "It's Too Soon to Know" Pat Boone
26 "Just a Dream" Jimmy Clanton
27 "Sugartime" The McGuire Sisters
28 "Tom Dooley" The Kingston Trio
29 "Sweet Little Sixteen" Chuck Berry
30 "Topsy II" / "Topsy I" Cozy Cole
31 "Looking Back" / "Do I Like It" Nat King Cole
32 "Book of Love" The Monotones
33 "Tea for Two Cha Cha" Tommy Dorsey Orchestra & Warren Covington
34 "Tears on My Pillow" Little Anthony and the Imperials
35 "Short Shorts" The Royal Teens
36 "Great Balls of Fire" Jerry Lee Lewis
37 "Lollipop" The Chordettes
38 "Splish Splash" Bobby Darin
39 "Who's Sorry Now?" Connie Francis
40 "My True Love" / "Leroy" Jack Scott
41 "Endless Sleep" Jody Reynolds
42 "Do You Want to Dance?" Bobby Freeman
43 "When" The Kalin Twins
44 "To Know Him Is to Love Him" The Teddy Bears
45 "April Love" Pat Boone
46 "Rebel-'Rouser" Duane Eddy
47 "Oh Julie" The Crescendos
48 "The Stroll" The Diamonds
49 "Hard Headed Woman" / "Don't Ask Me Why" Elvis Presley
50
(Tie)
"Peggy Sue" Buddy Holly
"Oh Lonesome Me" Don Gibson

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Chart Toppers of 1958: Popular" (PDF). The Billboard. 70 (50): 44. December 15, 1958.