Thank You Pretty Baby
"Thank You Pretty Baby" is 1959 R&B/pop hit by Brook Benton. The single became the second release as a solo artist to reach number one on the R&B charts, where it held the top spot for four weeks. "Thank You Pretty Baby" was a successful crossover hit, peaking at number sixteen on the Billboard Hot 100.
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|Billboard Hot R&B Sides number-one single
August 10, 1959 - August 31, 1959 (four weeks)
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