Song title 132 - Near You

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This page lists the chart runs for songs called "Near You" in order of success. This list combines cover versions and distinct songs that happen to share the same title.

# Artist Song Title Year Chart Entries
1 Francis Craig Near You 1947 US Billboard 1 - Aug 1947 (25 weeks), US 1940s 1 - Sep 1947 (21 weeks), US 1 for 12 weeks - Sep 1947, Grammy Hall of Fame in 2013 (1947), DZE 1 of 1947, ASCAP song of 1947, US invalid BB 6 of 1947, POP 14 of 1947, Your Hit Parade 16 of 1947, Brazil 24 of 1947, DDD 24 of 1947, Europe 85 of the 1940s (1947), RIAA 355
2 The Andrews Sisters Near You 1948 UK 40s Sheet Music 1 - Jan 1948 (36 weeks), Australia 1 for 4 months - Apr 1948, US Billboard 2 - Sep 1947 (17 weeks), US 1940s 4 - Oct 1947 (10 weeks), nuTsie 40 of 1940s, Brazil 85 of 1948
3 Bing Crosby Near You 1948 Australia 1 for 4 months - Apr 1948
4 Larry Green & his Orchestra Near You 1947 US Billboard 3 - Oct 1947 (13 weeks), US 1940s 3 - Oct 1947 (13 weeks)
5 Alveno Rey Near You 1947 US Billboard 3 - Sep 1947 (14 weeks), US 1940s 9 - Oct 1947 (1 week)
6 Roger Williams Near You 1958 US Billboard 10 - Aug 1958 (17 weeks), Canada 14 - Aug 1958 (11 weeks), US BB 75 of 1958
7 Elliot Lawrence Near You 1947 US Billboard 4 - Oct 1947 (14 weeks), US 1940s 9 - Oct 1947 (2 weeks)
8 Two-Ton Baker & his Music Makers Near You 1947 US Billboard 12 - Oct 1947 (5 weeks)
9 Migil Five Near You 1964 UK 31 - Jun 1964 (7 weeks)
10 Boz Scaggs Near You 1971 US Billboard 96 - Jul 1971 (2 weeks)

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14 Dec 2015

#3 - Migil Five - Near You

The following 1948 Chart Entry should be removed from this 1964 recording &transferred to one of the 1947/1948 recordings. 1. UK 40's Sheet Music - 1 - 36 weeks - Jan. 1948.

Data fixed, thanks


8 Jun 2015

Near You Country Version

I have scoured looking for a song from 1945-1948 called "Near You" but mygrandfather says it's country and the song does not begin with an instrumental. It's not a duet either. Popular enough to be in a jukebox at the time apparently, but he swears none of the listed versions are it (after having him listen to all of them). Any ideas of where to look?