Song artist 342 - Vic Damone

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Vic Damone Chart Profile

This page lists the song chart entries of Vic Damone. The songs are listed with the most widely successful first.

# Artist Song Title Year Chart Entries
1 Vic Damone You're Breakin' My Heart 1949 US Billboard 1 - Jun 1949 (26 weeks), US 1940s 1 - Jun 1949 (25 weeks), US 1 for 4 weeks - Sep 1949, Australia 1 for 3 weeks - May 1950, DZE 7 of 1949, US invalid BB 9 of 1949, POP 11 of 1949, Brazil 26 of 1950, US CashBox 29 - Jan 1950 (2 weeks)
2 Vic Damone On the Street Where You Live 1956 UK 1 - May 1958 (17 weeks), Radio Luxembourg sheet music 1 for 6 weeks - Jun 1958, US Billboard 4 - Apr 1956 (25 weeks), US CashBox 6 - Apr 1956 (20 weeks), Australia 12 of 1959, US BB 35 of 1956, US CashBox 36 of 1956, Brazil 89 of 1957, UKMIX 269, RYM 88 of 1956, NY Daily Love list 78
3 Vic Damone My Heart Cries For You 1950 US CashBox 1 - Dec 1950 (22 weeks), US Billboard 4 - Dec 1950 (15 weeks), US 1940s 12 - Jan 1951 (6 weeks)
4 Vic Damone An Affair to Remember 1957 Oscar in 1957 (film 'An Affair to Remember') (Nominated), UK 29 - Dec 1957 (2 weeks), US Billboard 35 - Aug 1957 (16 weeks), Brazil 38 of 1958
5 Vic Damone Tzena Tzena 1950 US CashBox 2 - Jul 1950 (20 weeks), US Billboard 6 - Jul 1950 (11 weeks), US 1940s 8 - Aug 1950 (5 weeks)
6 Vic Damone Again 1949 US Billboard 6 - Apr 1949 (21 weeks), US 1940s 11 - Apr 1949 (8 weeks), Brazil 69 of 1950
7 Vic Damone My Bolero 1949 US Billboard 10 - Aug 1949 (6 weeks), US 1940s 10 - Aug 1949 (2 weeks), Brazil 50 of 1950
8 Vic Damone April In Portugal (The Whisp'ring Serenade) 1953 US CashBox 2 - Jun 1953 (4 weeks), US Billboard 10 - May 1953 (7 weeks), US 1940s 16 - Jun 1953 (3 weeks)
9 Vic Damone My Truly Truly Fair 1951 US CashBox 3 - Jun 1951 (23 weeks), US Billboard 4 - Jun 1951 (17 weeks), US 1940s 18 - Jun 1951 (4 weeks)
10 Vic Damone Longing For You 1951 US Billboard 12 - Aug 1951 (11 weeks), US CashBox 13 - Aug 1951 (18 weeks), US 1940s 19 - Aug 1951 (1 week)
11 Vic Damone Vagabond Shoes 1950 US Billboard 17 - Jul 1950 (13 weeks), US 1940s 18 - Jul 1950 (4 weeks), US CashBox 19 - Jul 1950 (15 weeks)
12 Vic Damone I Have but One Heart 1947 US Billboard 7 - Aug 1947 (7 weeks), US 1940s 8 - Aug 1947 (3 weeks)
13 Vic Damone Why Was I Born? 1949 US Billboard 20 - Oct 1949 (7 weeks), US CashBox 25 - Jan 1950 (3 weeks)
14 Vic Damone Just Say I Love Her 1950 US Billboard 13 - Aug 1950 (2 weeks), US CashBox 13 - Aug 1950 (17 weeks)
15 Vic Damone Eternally 1953 US Billboard 12 - Aug 1953 (5 weeks), US CashBox 22 - Jul 1953 (10 weeks)
16 Vic Damone Music By The Angels 1950 US Billboard 18 - Dec 1950 (2 weeks), US CashBox 19 - Jan 1951 (8 weeks)
17 Vic Damone Tell Me You Love Me 1951 US Billboard 21 - Feb 1951 (4 weeks), US CashBox 22 - Feb 1951 (8 weeks)
18 Vic Damone God's Country 1950 US CashBox 20 - Mar 1950 (9 weeks), US Billboard 27 - Mar 1950 (1 week)
19 Vic Damone Jump Through The Ring 1952 US Billboard 22 - May 1952 (1 week), US CashBox 37 - Mar 1952 (6 weeks)
20 Vic Damone You Were Only Fooling (While I Was Falling in Love) 1965 Canada 20 - May 1965 (8 weeks), Record World 28 - 1965, US Billboard 30 - Apr 1965 (10 weeks)
21 Vic Damone Por Favor 1955 US CashBox 44 - Oct 1955 (3 weeks), US Billboard 73 - Nov 1955 (4 weeks)
22 Vic Damone You Do 1947 US Billboard 7 - Nov 1947 (9 weeks)
23 Vic Damone Thoughtless 1948 US Billboard 22 - Feb 1948 (1 week)
24 Vic Damone It's Magic 1948 US Billboard 24 - Sep 1948 (1 week)
25 Vic Damone My Fair Lady 1948 US Billboard 27 - Jun 1948 (1 week)
26 Vic Damone Four Winds & The Seven Seas 1949 US Billboard 16 - Jul 1949 (3 weeks)
27 Vic Damone Here in My Heart 1952 US Billboard 8 - Jun 1952 (9 weeks)
28 Vic Damone Ebb Tide 1953 US Billboard 10 - Oct 1953 (11 weeks)
29 Vic Damone Sugar 1953 US Billboard 13 - Feb 1953 (3 weeks)
30 Vic Damone Marshmallow World 1950 US CashBox 15 - Nov 1950 (12 weeks)
31 Vic Damone I Wonder Why 1951 US CashBox 22 - Sep 1951 (11 weeks)
32 Vic Damone My Life's Desire 1951 US CashBox 23 - Jun 1951 (4 weeks)
33 Vic Damone Can Anyone Explain? 1950 US Billboard 25 - Oct 1950 (1 week)
34 Vic Damone A Village in Peru 1953 US Billboard 30 - Dec 1953 (1 week)
35 Vic Damone Sitting By The Window 1950 US Billboard 29 - Jan 1950 (1 week)
36 Vic Damone If (They Made Me a King) 1951 US Billboard 28 - Feb 1951 (3 weeks)
37 Vic Damone Rosanna 1952 US Billboard 23 - Jul 1952 (2 weeks)
38 Vic Damone I Love That Girl 1950 US CashBox 36 - Aug 1950 (1 week)
39 Vic Damone Mama 1951 US CashBox 39 - Apr 1951 (1 week)
40 Vic Damone The Breeze & I 1954 US Billboard 21 - Jan 1954 (4 weeks)
41 Vic Damone Take My Heart 1952 US Billboard 30 - Jul 1952 (3 weeks)
42 Vic Damone The Sparrow Sings 1954 US Billboard 27 - Apr 1954 (1 week)
43 Vic Damone Gigi 1958 US Billboard 88 - Apr 1958 (1 week)
44 Vic Damone Arrivederci Roma 1958 Australia 10 of 1958
45 Vic Damone Do I Love You (Because You're Beautiful) 1957 US Billboard 62 - Apr 1957 (10 weeks)
46 Vic Damone War & Peace 1956 US Billboard 59 - Sep 1956 (10 weeks)
47 Vic Damone The Only Man On the Island 1958 UK 24 - Aug 1958 (3 weeks)
48 Vic Damone For Mama 1965 Record World 30 - 1965

In addition to the above listed songs Vic Damone also contributed to the following entries:

# Artist Song Title Year Chart Entries
1 Vic Damone & Meadowlarks Cincinatti Dancing Pig 1950 US CashBox 10 - Sep 1950 (10 weeks), US Billboard 11 - Sep 1950 (3 weeks)
2 Vic Damone & Meadowlarks Calla Calla 1951 US Billboard 13 - Oct 1951 (3 weeks), US CashBox 15 - Oct 1951 (8 weeks)
3 Patti Page & Vic Damone Say Something Sweet To Your Sweetheart 1948 US Billboard 23 - Oct 1948 (4 weeks)

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12 Apr 2016

If

If a picture paints a thousand words then why can't I paint you

The words will never show the you I've come to know...

We think that is a different song, called "If" it was written by David Gates and a hit for his group Bread in 1971 (and Telly Savalas in 1975)

This song goes "If they made me a king I'd be but a slave to you..."