Song artist 4 - Bing Crosby

Search this site with Google

Bing Crosby Region Profile

Bing Crosby Chart Profile

This page lists the song chart entries of Bing Crosby.A list of the hit albums by Bing Crosby is also available. The songs are listed with the most widely successful first.

Singer of the most successful song ever (released during a musician's strike). Bing Crosby was on the top from 1930 to 1950, which is why he was the 6th most successful chart act. The fact that for many of those years he was in the top 10 but outside the top 5 is why he only made 5th in the top placed artists list. His brother Bob Crosby & His Orchestra also has a listing.

# Artist Song Title Year Chart Entries
1 Bing Crosby White Christmas 1942 US Billboard 1 - Dec 1946 (6 weeks), US 1940s 1 - Oct 1942 (47 weeks), US 1 for 11 weeks - Oct 1942, UK Sheet Music 1 for 2 weeks - Nov 1942, UK 40s Sheet Music 1 - Sep 1942 (8 weeks), Australia 1 for 5 months - Jun 1943, US invalid BB 1 of 1942, Oscar in 1942 (film 'Holiday Inn'), Grammy Hall of Fame in 1974 (1942), DDD 1 of 1942, POP 1 of 1942, DMDB 1 (1942), nuTsie 1 of 1940s, DZE 1 of 1942, Music Imprint 1 of 1940s, Library of Congress artifact added 2002 (1942), Europe 2 of the 1940s (1942), RIAA 2, Scrobulate 2 of christmas, UK 5 - Dec 1977 (20 weeks), AFI 5, Norway 6 - Dec 1959 (2 weeks), Brazil 54 of 1943, Switzerland 56 - Dec 2007 (2 weeks), US Radio 165 of 1961 (peak 20 1 week), Acclaimed 306 (1942), UK Silver (certified by BPI in Feb 1978), Visconti song of 1947, RYM 1 of 1942, Global 1 (50 M sold) - 1942, BBC Rich Song 2 (songwriter royalties $39.6M)
2 Bing Crosby Swinging On a Star 1944 US Billboard 1 - May 1944 (28 weeks), US 1940s 1 - Jun 1944 (20 weeks), US 1 for 9 weeks - Aug 1944, Australia 1 for 1 month - Apr 1945, Oscar in 1944 (film 'Going My Way'), Grammy Hall of Fame in 2002 (1944), DZE 1 of 1944, ASCAP song of 1944, DDD 2 of 1944, US invalid BB 3 of 1944, POP 3 of 1944, UK 40s Sheet Music 5 - Oct 1944 (3 weeks), Your Hit Parade 5 of 1944, nuTsie 6 of 1940s, Europe 14 of the 1940s (1944), AFI 37, Brazil 64 of 1945, Acclaimed 1619 (1944), RYM 44 of 1944
3 Bing Crosby Pennies From Heaven 1936 US Billboard 1 - 1936 (15 weeks), Your Hit Parade 1 of 1936, US invalid BB 1 of 1936, Grammy Hall of Fame in 2004 (1936), POP 1 of 1936, Oscar in 1936 (film 'Pennies from Heaven') (Nominated), Music Imprint 8 of 1930s, nuTsie 23 of 1930s, Europe 32 of the 1930s (1936), RIAA 129, Acclaimed 1222 (1936), RYM 41 of 1936
4 Bing Crosby I'll be seeing you 1944 US Billboard 1 - Apr 1944 (24 weeks), US 1940s 1 - May 1944 (19 weeks), US 1 for 4 weeks - Jul 1944, Australia 1 for 1 month - Aug 1945, Your Hit Parade 7 of 1944, DDD 8 of 1944, nuTsie 13 of 1940s, Europe 15 of the 1940s (1944), US invalid BB 15 of 1944, POP 15 of 1944, Brazil 83 of 1944, RYM 43 of 1944
5 Bing Crosby Sunday, Monday or Always 1943 US Billboard 1 - 1943 (19 weeks), US 1940s 1 - Aug 1943 (18 weeks), US 1 for 7 weeks - Sep 1943, UK 40s Sheet Music 3 - Nov 1943 (3 weeks), DZE 5 of 1943, Your Hit Parade 9 of 1943, DDD 11 of 1943, Europe 13 of the 1940s (1943), US invalid BB 14 of 1943, POP 14 of 1943, RYM 28 of 1943
6 Bing Crosby Now Is the Hour (Maori Farewell Song) 1948 US Billboard 1 - Jan 1948 (23 weeks), Australia 1 for 1 month - Oct 1948, US 1940s 2 - Jan 1948 (22 weeks), US invalid BB 11 of 1948, POP 19 of 1948, Your Hit Parade 23 of 1948, Europe 23 of the 1940s (1948), Brazil 84 of 1948
7 Bing Crosby Only Forever 1940 US Billboard 1 - 1940 (20 weeks), US 1940s 1 - Sep 1940 (16 weeks), US 1 for 9 weeks - Oct 1940, Oscar in 1940 (film 'Rhythm on the River') (Nominated), Your Hit Parade 15 of 1940, US invalid BB 15 of 1940, POP 15 of 1940, Europe 24 of the 1940s (1940), DDD 69 of 1940, RYM 87 of 1940
8 Bing Crosby Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? 1932 US Billboard 1 - 1932 (8 weeks), Grammy Hall of Fame in 2005 (1932), Library of Congress artifact added 2013 (1932), POP 4 of 1932, US invalid BB 7 of 1932, nuTsie 33 of 1930s, Europe 44 of the 1930s (1932), Visconti song of 1932
9 Bing Crosby Sweet Leilani 1937 US Billboard 1 - 1937 (25 weeks), Your Hit Parade 1 of 1937, Oscar in 1937 (film 'Waikiki Wedding'), US invalid BB 7 of 1937, POP 7 of 1937, Europe 29 of the 1930s (1937), nuTsie 75 of 1930s
10 Bing Crosby Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ra 1944 Australia 1 for 1 month - Dec 1945, US invalid BB 1 of 1944, POP 1 of 1944, US Billboard 4 - Oct 1944 (12 weeks), US 1940s 4 - Oct 1944 (9 weeks), UK 40s Sheet Music 4 - Jan 1945 (9 weeks), DDD 35 of 1944, RYM 50 of 1944
11 Bing Crosby I Love You 1944 US Billboard 1 - Apr 1944 (18 weeks), US 1940s 1 - Apr 1944 (14 weeks), US 1 for 5 weeks - May 1944, DZE 9 of 1944, DDD 18 of 1944, US invalid BB 19 of 1944, Europe 21 of the 1940s (1944), POP 23 of 1944, RYM 43 of 1944
12 Bing Crosby Moonlight Becomes You 1942 US Billboard 1 - Dec 1942 (17 weeks), UK Sheet Music 1 for 1 week - Jan 1943, UK 40s Sheet Music 1 - Jan 1943 (8 weeks), US 1940s 3 - Dec 1942 (22 weeks), Your Hit Parade 5 of 1943, DDD 82 of 1942
13 Bing Crosby Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer 1950 UK Sheet Music 1 for 6 weeks - Nov 1950, UK 40s Sheet Music 1 - Oct 1950 (28 weeks), Radio Luxembourg sheet music 1 for 6 weeks - Nov 1950, US CashBox 8 - Dec 1950 (5 weeks), US Billboard 14 - Dec 1950 (4 weeks), US 1940s 14 - Dec 1950 (2 weeks), RYM 110 of 1950
14 Bing Crosby Dolores 1941 UK Sheet Music 1 for 1 week - Aug 1941, UK 40s Sheet Music 1 - Aug 1941 (2 weeks), US Billboard 2 - 1941 (15 weeks), US 1940s 2 - Apr 1941 (9 weeks), Your Hit Parade 23 of 1941, DDD 36 of 1941
15 Bing Crosby Love in Bloom 1934 US Billboard 1 - 1934 (15 weeks), Oscar in 1934 (film 'She Loves Me Not') (Nominated), US invalid BB 19 of 1934, POP 19 of 1934, Europe 37 of the 1930s (1934), Brazil 46 of 1934, RYM 60 of 1934
16 Bing Crosby San Fernando Valley 1944 US Billboard 1 - Mar 1944 (22 weeks), US 1940s 2 - Apr 1944 (12 weeks), DZE 10 of 1944, Your Hit Parade 11 of 1944, US invalid BB 11 of 1944, POP 11 of 1944, DDD 17 of 1944, RYM 49 of 1944
17 Bing Crosby On the Atchison, Topeka & the Santa Fe 1945 Australia 1 for 2 months - Aug 1946, US Billboard 3 - Jul 1945 (15 weeks), US 1940s 4 - Jul 1945 (10 weeks), UK 40s Sheet Music 4 - Apr 1946 (15 weeks), DDD 4 of 1945
18 Bing Crosby June in January 1934 US Billboard 1 - 1934 (12 weeks), Europe 8 of the 1930s (1934), US invalid BB 15 of 1934, POP 15 of 1934, Brazil 44 of 1935, RYM 64 of 1934
19 Bing Crosby Silent Night, Holy Night 1935 Europe 2 of the 1930s (1935), nuTsie 5 of 1930s, US Billboard 6 - 1928 (3 weeks), UK 8 - Dec 1952 (2 weeks), DMDB 21 (1935), Global 4 (20 M sold) - 1935
20 Bing Crosby Please 1932 US Billboard 1 - 1932 (16 weeks), US invalid BB 9 of 1932, Europe 11 of the 1930s (1932), POP 12 of 1932, Brazil 53 of 1932
21 Bing Crosby Out of Nowhere 1931 US Billboard 1 - 1931 (8 weeks), US invalid BB 13 of 1931, POP 13 of 1931, Europe 54 of the 1930s (1931), Brazil 57 of 1931
22 Bing Crosby You Are My Sunshine 1941 UK Sheet Music 1 for 1 week - Jan 1943, UK 40s Sheet Music 1 - Nov 1942 (10 weeks), US Billboard 19 - 1941 (1 week), DDD 78 of 1941
23 Bing Crosby Trade Winds 1940 US Billboard 1 - 1940 (17 weeks), US 1940s 2 - Sep 1940 (15 weeks), US invalid BB 17 of 1940, POP 19 of 1940, Your Hit Parade 21 of 1940, DDD 78 of 1940
24 Bing Crosby Red Sails in the Sunset 1935 US Billboard 1 - 1935 (7 weeks), US invalid BB 6 of 1935, POP 6 of 1935, Europe 33 of the 1930s (1935), nuTsie 69 of 1930s
25 Bing Crosby I've Got a Pocketful of Dreams 1938 US Billboard 1 - 1938 (17 weeks), US invalid BB 20 of 1938, POP 20 of 1938, Europe 26 of the 1930s (1938), nuTsie 78 of 1930s, RYM 43 of 1938
26 Bing Crosby You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby 1938 US Billboard 1 - 1938 (11 weeks), Your Hit Parade 7 of 1938, US invalid BB 12 of 1938, POP 12 of 1938, Europe 25 of the 1930s (1938)
27 Bing Crosby The Moon Got in My Eyes 1937 US Billboard 1 - 1937 (11 weeks), Your Hit Parade 10 of 1937, US invalid BB 12 of 1937, POP 12 of 1937, Europe 31 of the 1930s (1937)
28 Bing Crosby Shadow Waltz 1933 US Billboard 1 - 1933 (8 weeks), POP 9 of 1933, Europe 39 of the 1930s (1933), Brazil 64 of 1933, RYM 80 of 1933
29 Bing Crosby Amor, Amor 1944 Australia 1 for 2 months - Feb 1945, US Billboard 2 - Jul 1944 (16 weeks), US 1940s 4 - Jul 1944 (7 weeks), DDD 30 of 1944
30 Bing Crosby Sierra Sue 1940 US Billboard 1 - 1940 (14 weeks), US 1940s 3 - Jul 1940 (10 weeks), POP 9 of 1940, Your Hit Parade 10 of 1940, DDD 71 of 1940
31 Bing Crosby Dear Hearts & Gentle People 1949 US CashBox 1 - Jan 1950 (16 weeks), US Billboard 2 - Dec 1949 (17 weeks), US 1940s 2 - Dec 1949 (12 weeks), Your Hit Parade 23 of 1950
32 Bing Crosby Far Away Places 1949 Australia 1 for 5 weeks - Aug 1949, US Billboard 2 - Jan 1949 (19 weeks), US 1940s 2 - Jan 1949 (16 weeks)
33 Bing Crosby Around The World (In Eighty Days) 1957 Radio Luxembourg sheet music 1 for 14 weeks - May 1957, Australia 1 for 8 weeks - Oct 1957, UK 5 - May 1957 (15 weeks), US Billboard 54 - Jun 1957 (29 weeks), UKMIX 944
34 Bing Crosby Be Careful, It's My Heart 1942 US Billboard 2 - 1942 (15 weeks), UK 40s Sheet Music 12 - Oct 1942 (1 week), Your Hit Parade 22 of 1942, Brazil 58 of 1943, DDD 99 of 1942
35 Bing Crosby All My Love 1950 Australia 1 for 1 week - Apr 1951, US CashBox 2 - Sep 1950 (23 weeks), US Billboard 11 - Oct 1950 (12 weeks), US 1940s 14 - Oct 1950 (4 weeks)
36 Bing Crosby You're Getting to Be a Habit 1933 US Billboard 1 - 1933 (14 weeks), US invalid BB 10 of 1933, POP 16 of 1933, Europe 42 of the 1930s (1933)
37 Bing Crosby Just One More Chance 1931 US Billboard 1 - 1931 (19 weeks), US invalid BB 15 of 1931, POP 15 of 1931, Europe 19 of the 1930s (1931)
38 Bing Crosby Long Ago & Far Away 1944 Australia 1 for 1 month - May 1945, US Billboard 5 - Jul 1944 (9 weeks), US 1940s 5 - Jul 1944 (4 weeks), DDD 22 of 1944
39 Bing Crosby You Keep Coming Back Like a Song 1946 Australia 1 for 1 month - Jun 1947, Oscar in 1946 (film 'Blue Skies') (Nominated), US Billboard 12 - Nov 1946 (6 weeks), DDD 65 of 1946
40 Bing Crosby At Your Command 1931 US Billboard 1 - 1931 (9 weeks), US invalid BB 17 of 1931, POP 17 of 1931, Europe 48 of the 1930s (1931)
41 Bing Crosby I Don't Want to Walk Without You 1942 Australia 1 for 4 months - Feb 1943, US Billboard 9 - 1942 (3 weeks), US 1940s 9 - Apr 1942 (1 week), DDD 40 of 1942
42 Bing Crosby I'll Be Home For Christmas 1943 US Billboard 3 - 1943 (7 weeks), US 1940s 3 - Dec 1943 (5 weeks), DDD 3 of 1943, Europe 10 of the 1940s (1943), RYM 41 of 1943
43 Bing Crosby You Belong To My Heart 1945 Your Hit Parade 2 of 1945, US Billboard 3 - Jun 1945 (14 weeks), US 1940s 4 - Jun 1945 (9 weeks), UK 40s Sheet Music 11 - Jul 1945 (2 weeks)
44 Bing Crosby Remember Me 1937 US Billboard 1 - 1937 (6 weeks), Oscar in 1937 (film 'Mr. Dodd Takes the Air') (Nominated), Europe 30 of the 1930s (1937)
45 Bing Crosby Symphony 1946 Australia 1 for 2 months - Oct 1946, US Billboard 3 - Jan 1946 (12 weeks), US 1940s 3 - Dec 1945 (12 weeks)
46 Bing Crosby Chattanoogie Shoe-Shine Boy 1950 US CashBox 1 - Jan 1950 (18 weeks), US Billboard 4 - Feb 1950 (13 weeks), US 1940s 9 - Feb 1950 (8 weeks), France (50s) 17 of 1950
47 Bing Crosby Some Enchanted Evening 1949 Australia 1 for 3 weeks - Nov 1952, US Billboard 3 - May 1949 (20 weeks), US 1940s 5 - Jun 1949 (14 weeks)
48 Bing Crosby A Gal in Calico 1947 UK 40s Sheet Music 1 - May 1947 (23 weeks), US Billboard 8 - Jan 1947 (6 weeks), US 1940s 9 - Jan 1947 (2 weeks)
49 Bing Crosby Oklahoma! 1943 US invalid BB 1 of 1943, POP 1 of 1943, RYM 19 of 1943
50 Bing Crosby It's Easy To Remember 1935 US Billboard 1 - 1935 (9 weeks), Europe 35 of the 1930s (1935), Jazz Standard 527
51 Bing Crosby (Ghost) Riders in the Sky 1949 Australia 1 for 5 weeks - Nov 1949, US Billboard 14 - May 1949 (10 weeks), US 1940s 14 - Jun 1949 (2 weeks)
52 Bing Crosby Where the Blue of the Night (Meets the Gold of the Day) 1932 US Billboard 4 - 1932 (7 weeks), Europe 13 of the 1930s (1931), US invalid BB 15 of 1932, POP 15 of 1932
53 Bing Crosby They Say It's Wonderful 1946 Australia 1 for 2 months - Jul 1947, US Billboard 12 - Jun 1946 (4 weeks), DDD 27 of 1946
54 Bing Crosby It Could Happen to You 1944 Australia 1 for 2 months - Jun 1945, US Billboard 18 - Dec 1944 (2 weeks), DDD 53 of 1944
55 Bing Crosby Ol' Man River 1928 US Billboard 1 - 1928 (11 weeks), Brazil 52 of 1928, RYM 47 of 1928
56 Bing Crosby Mule Train 1949 US CashBox 2 - Jan 1950 (8 weeks), US Billboard 4 - Nov 1949 (12 weeks), US 1940s 5 - Nov 1949 (10 weeks)
57 Bing Crosby Soon 1935 US Billboard 1 - 1935 (11 weeks), Europe 34 of the 1930s (1935)
58 Bing Crosby Little Dutch Mill 1934 US Billboard 1 - 1934 (11 weeks), Europe 36 of the 1930s (1934)
59 Bing Crosby The Whiffenpoof Song 1947 US Billboard 7 - Nov 1947 (7 weeks), US 1940s 7 - Nov 1947 (7 weeks), US invalid BB 8 of 1947, POP 13 of 1947
60 Bing Crosby Harbour Lights 1950 US CashBox 1 - Nov 1950 (24 weeks), US Billboard 8 - Nov 1950 (13 weeks), US 1940s 10 - Dec 1950 (3 weeks)
61 Bing Crosby Isle of Innisfree 1952 UK 40s Sheet Music 2 - Sep 1952 (28 weeks), UK 3 - Nov 1952 (12 weeks), UKMIX 820
62 Bing Crosby Just a Gigolo 1931 Peel list 3 of 1931, US Billboard 12 - 1931 (2 weeks), nuTsie 65 of 1930s
63 Bing Crosby Changing Partners 1954 US CashBox 4 - Feb 1954 (2 weeks), UK 9 - Mar 1954 (3 weeks), US Billboard 13 - Jan 1954 (3 weeks), US 1940s 17 - Jan 1954 (2 weeks)
64 Bing Crosby Galway Bay 1949 US Billboard 3 - Jan 1949 (17 weeks), US 1940s 3 - Jan 1949 (14 weeks), Your Hit Parade 9 of 1949
65 Bing Crosby Four Winds & The Seven Seas 1949 Australia 1 for 3 weeks - Mar 1950, UK 40s Sheet Music 22 - Oct 1949 (3 weeks)
66 Bing Crosby Poinciana (Song Of The Tree) 1944 US Billboard 3 - Feb 1944 (15 weeks), US 1940s 5 - Mar 1944 (5 weeks), DDD 49 of 1944, RYM 49 of 1944
67 Bing Crosby The Whistler's Mother in Law 1941 UK 40s Sheet Music 2 - Apr 1942 (6 weeks), US Billboard 9 - 1941 (14 weeks), RYM 93 of 1941
68 Bing Crosby Aren't You Glad You're You? 1945 Oscar in 1945 (film 'The Bells of St. Mary's') (Nominated), US Billboard 8 - Dec 1945 (9 weeks), DDD 59 of 1945
69 Bing Crosby A Friend of Yours 1945 Australia 1 for 2 months - May 1946, RYM 82 of 1945
70 Bing Crosby Just an Echo in the Valley 1933 US Billboard 2 - 1933 (11 weeks), POP 7 of 1933, RYM 81 of 1933
71 Bing Crosby What's New? 1939 US Billboard 2 - 1939 (10 weeks), Europe 41 of the 1930s (1939)
72 Bing Crosby I'm An Old Cowhand 1936 US Billboard 2 - 1936 (13 weeks), Europe 59 of the 1930s (1936)
73 Bing Crosby Robins & Roses 1936 US Billboard 2 - 1936 (10 weeks), Europe 76 of the 1930s (1936)
74 Bing Crosby (Lights Out) Til Reveille 1941 US Billboard 6 - 1941 (11 weeks), US 1940s 6 - Aug 1941 (5 weeks), DDD 47 of 1941
75 Bing Crosby Mexicali Rose 1938 US Billboard 3 - 1938 (10 weeks), Europe 7 of the 1930s (1938)
76 Bing Crosby Miss You 1942 US Billboard 9 - 1942 (8 weeks), US 1940s 9 - Jun 1942 (1 week), DDD 96 of 1942
77 Bing Crosby Dancing in the Dark 1931 US Billboard 3 - 1931 (6 weeks), Brazil 31 of 1932
78 Bing Crosby Anniversary Song 1947 Australia 1 for 5 months - Sep 1947
79 Bing Crosby Near You 1948 Australia 1 for 4 months - Apr 1948
80 Bing Crosby Deep in the Heart of Texas 1942 US Billboard 3 - 1942 (9 weeks), US 1940s 3 - Mar 1942 (6 weeks)
81 Bing Crosby Count Your Blessings 1954 UK 40s Sheet Music 8 - Nov 1954 (5 weeks), UK 11 - Jan 1955 (3 weeks), US Billboard 27 - Dec 1954 (3 weeks)
82 Bing Crosby La Vie En Rose 1950 US CashBox 5 - Jul 1950 (27 weeks), US Billboard 13 - Aug 1950 (6 weeks), US 1940s 18 - Sep 1950 (1 week)
83 Bing Crosby Shepherd's Serenade 1941 US Billboard 4 - Dec 1941 (9 weeks), US 1940s 5 - Dec 1941 (6 weeks), RYM 115 of 1941
84 Bing Crosby I've Got to Sing a Torch Song 1933 US Billboard 9 - 1933 (4 weeks), POP 13 of 1933, RYM 80 of 1933
85 Bing Crosby Just A Prayer Away 1945 US Billboard 4 - Apr 1945 (10 weeks), US 1940s 4 - Apr 1945 (5 weeks)
86 Bing Crosby Blue Hawaii 1937 US Billboard 5 - 1937 (13 weeks), Brazil 74 of 1937
87 Bing Crosby Love Me Tonight 1932 US Billboard 4 - 1932 (6 weeks), POP 13 of 1932
88 Bing Crosby Love Is Just Around the Corner 1934 US Billboard 8 - Dec 1934 (9 weeks), Jazz Standard 821, RYM 64 of 1934
89 Bing Crosby Would You? 1936 Europe 9 of the 1930s (1936), US Billboard 20 - 1936 (1 week)
90 Bing Crosby Skylark 1942 UK 40s Sheet Music 7 - Sep 1942 (2 weeks), US Billboard 14 - 1942 (1 week)
91 Bing Crosby If You Please 1943 US Billboard 5 - 1943 (12 weeks), DDD 64 of 1943, RYM 28 of 1943
92 Bing Crosby Constantly 1943 UK 40s Sheet Music 9 - Jan 1943 (3 weeks), US Billboard 13 - 1943 (1 week)
93 Bing Crosby Did You Ever See a Dream Walking? 1933 US Billboard 5 - 1933 (5 weeks), nuTsie 63 of 1930s
94 Bing Crosby You & I 1941 US Billboard 5 - 1941 (12 weeks), US 1940s 6 - Sep 1941 (4 weeks)
95 Bing Crosby Easter Parade 1948 UK 40s Sheet Music 15 - May 1949 (1 week), US Billboard 22 - Mar 1948 (1 week)
96 Bing Crosby I Wished on the Moon 1935 US Billboard 2 - 1935 (7 weeks), RYM 61 of 1935
97 Bing Crosby Thanks 1933 US Billboard 2 - 1933 (7 weeks), RYM 82 of 1933
98 Bing Crosby A Fella With an Umbrella 1948 UK 40s Sheet Music 19 - Jan 1949 (1 week), US Billboard 23 - May 1948 (1 week)
99 Bing Crosby Ballerina 1948 US Billboard 10 - Jan 1948 (8 weeks), US 1940s 10 - Jan 1948 (6 weeks)
100 Bing Crosby Let's Start the New Year Right 1942 US Billboard 18 - 1943 (1 week), DDD 84 of 1942, RYM 1 of 1942
101 Bing Crosby I Can't Escape From You 1936 US Billboard 7 - 1936 (11 weeks), Jazz Standard 726
102 Bing Crosby New San Antonio Rose 1941 US Billboard 7 - 1941 (11 weeks), US 1940s 7 - Mar 1941 (3 weeks)
103 Bing Crosby You Took Advantage Of Me 1928 US Billboard 9 - 1928 (5 weeks), Jazz Standard 310
104 Bing Crosby Along The Santa Fe Trail 1941 US Billboard 4 - 1941 (3 weeks), DDD 73 of 1941
105 Bing Crosby Domino 1951 US Billboard 15 - Nov 1951 (6 weeks), Italy 38 of 1952
106 Bing Crosby Bali Ha'i 1949 US Billboard 12 - Jun 1949 (7 weeks), US 1940s 19 - Jun 1949 (2 weeks)
107 Bing Crosby Temptation 1933 US Billboard 3 - Dec 1933 (12 weeks), RYM 26 of 1933
108 Bing Crosby The Day You Came Along 1933 US Billboard 3 - 1933 (9 weeks), RYM 83 of 1933
109 Bing Crosby All of My Life 1945 US Billboard 12 - May 1945 (1 week), DDD 98 of 1945
110 Bing Crosby Young & Healthy 1933 US Billboard 2 - 1933 (7 weeks)
111 Bing Crosby Sweet Georgia Brown 1932 US Billboard 2 - 1932 (8 weeks)
112 Bing Crosby Good Night, Lovely Little Lady 1934 US Billboard 2 - 1934 (7 weeks)
113 Bing Crosby I Found a Million Dollar Baby (In a Five & Dime store) 1931 US Billboard 2 - 1931 (6 weeks)
114 Bing Crosby Love Thy Neighbor 1934 US Billboard 2 - 1934 (11 weeks)
115 Bing Crosby The Last Round-Up 1933 US Billboard 2 - 1933 (5 weeks)
116 Bing Crosby It's The Natural Thing To Do 1937 US Billboard 2 - 1937 (6 weeks)
117 Bing Crosby Golden Earrings 1948 UK 40s Sheet Music 2 - Mar 1948 (29 weeks)
118 Bing Crosby Sleigh Ride in July 1945 US Billboard 14 - Feb 1945 (3 weeks), DDD 66 of 1945
119 Bing Crosby The Bells of St Mary's 1945 US Billboard 21 - Mar 1946 (3 weeks), DDD 71 of 1945
120 Bing Crosby Like Someone In Love 1944 US Billboard 15 - Mar 1945 (1 week), DDD 75 of 1944
121 Bing Crosby Two Cigarettes in the Dark 1934 US Billboard 5 - 1934 (4 weeks), RYM 59 of 1934
122 Bing Crosby Marshmallow World 1950 US CashBox 15 - Nov 1950 (12 weeks), US Billboard 24 - Jan 1951 (1 week)
123 Bing Crosby Beyond the Reef 1950 US Billboard 26 - Oct 1950 (1 week), US CashBox 26 - Nov 1950 (11 weeks)
124 Bing Crosby In A Little Spanish Town ('Twas On A Night Like This) 1956 UK 22 - Apr 1956 (3 weeks), US Billboard 49 - Apr 1956 (7 weeks)
125 Bing Crosby Y'all Come 1954 US Billboard 20 - Jan 1954 (3 weeks), US CashBox 28 - Feb 1954 (6 weeks)
126 Bing Crosby I Apologize 1931 US Billboard 3 - 1931 (5 weeks)
127 Bing Crosby Learn To Croon 1933 US Billboard 3 - 1933 (6 weeks)
128 Bing Crosby Many Happy Returns Of The Day 1931 US Billboard 3 - 1931 (9 weeks)
129 Bing Crosby I Surrender, Dear 1931 US Billboard 3 - 1931 (10 weeks)
130 Bing Crosby You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me 1930 US Billboard 3 - 1930 (8 weeks)
131 Bing Crosby I'm Through With Love 1931 US Billboard 3 - 1931 (7 weeks)
132 Bing Crosby South Sea Island Magic 1936 US Billboard 3 - 1936 (8 weeks)
133 Bing Crosby You're A Sweet Little Headache 1939 US Billboard 3 - 1939 (5 weeks)
134 Bing Crosby I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes 1943 UK 40s Sheet Music 3 - Oct 1943 (5 weeks)
135 Bing Crosby Little Sir Echo 1939 US Billboard 3 - 1939 (2 weeks)
136 Bing Crosby We'll Make Hay While the Sun Shines 1933 US Billboard 8 - 1934 (6 weeks), RYM 26 of 1933
137 Bing Crosby When Mother Nature Sings Her Lullaby 1938 US Billboard 3 - 1938 (10 weeks)
138 Bing Crosby My Reverie 1938 US Billboard 3 - 1938 (5 weeks)
139 Bing Crosby Let's Call a Heart a Heart 1936 US Billboard 10 - Dec 1936 (4 weeks), RYM 41 of 1936
140 Bing Crosby I'm Too Romantic 1940 US Billboard 3 - 1940 (12 weeks)
141 Bing Crosby The Singing Hills 1940 US Billboard 3 - 1940 (13 weeks)
142 Bing Crosby Straight From the Shoulder 1934 US Billboard 16 - 1934 (2 weeks), RYM 60 of 1934
143 Bing Crosby Changes 1928 US Billboard 4 - 1928 (8 weeks)
144 Bing Crosby C-O-N-S-T-A-N-T-I-N-O-P-L-E 1928 US Billboard 4 - 1928 (6 weeks)
145 Bing Crosby Lazy Day 1932 US Billboard 4 - 1932 (5 weeks)
146 Bing Crosby It Must Be True 1930 US Billboard 4 - 1930 (6 weeks)
147 Bing Crosby Every Breath I Take 1934 US Billboard 4 - Dec 1934 (7 weeks)
148 Bing Crosby The Little Things In Life 1931 US Billboard 4 - 1931 (5 weeks)
149 Bing Crosby Get Out & Get Under the Moon 1928 US Billboard 4 - 1928 (6 weeks)
150 Bing Crosby May I 1934 US Billboard 4 - 1934 (6 weeks)
151 Bing Crosby My Love 1933 US Billboard 4 - 1933 (5 weeks)
152 Bing Crosby Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams 1931 US Billboard 4 - 1931 (6 weeks)
153 Bing Crosby The Touch of Your Lips 1936 US Billboard 4 - 1936 (9 weeks)
154 Bing Crosby A Man & His Dream 1939 US Billboard 4 - 1939 (9 weeks)
155 Bing Crosby September Song 1947 UK 40s Sheet Music 4 - Apr 1947 (34 weeks)
156 Bing Crosby Sail Along Silvery Moon 1937 US Billboard 4 - 1937 (5 weeks)
157 Bing Crosby I Have Eyes 1939 US Billboard 4 - 1939 (12 weeks)
158 Bing Crosby Too Romantic 1940 UK 40s Sheet Music 4 - Jun 1940 (1 week)
159 Bing Crosby On the Sentimental Side 1938 US Billboard 4 - 1938 (10 weeks)
160 Bing Crosby I Don't Stand a Ghost of a Chance 1933 US Billboard 5 - 1933 (6 weeks)
161 Bing Crosby Goodnight Sweetheart 1931 US Billboard 5 - 1931 (8 weeks)
162 Bing Crosby Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love) 1929 US Billboard 5 - 1929 (7 weeks)
163 Bing Crosby One More Time 1931 US Billboard 5 - 1931 (6 weeks)
164 Bing Crosby Stardust 1931 US Billboard 5 - 1931 (5 weeks)
165 Bing Crosby What Will I Tell My Heart 1937 US Billboard 5 - 1937 (6 weeks)
166 Bing Crosby The Funny Old Hills 1939 US Billboard 5 - 1939 (4 weeks)
167 Bing Crosby When The Organ Played Oh Promise Me 1938 US Billboard 5 - 1938 (5 weeks)
168 Bing Crosby When the Moon Comes Over Madison Square 1940 US Billboard 27 - 1940 (1 week), RYM 87 of 1940
169 Bing Crosby Louise 1929 US Billboard 6 - 1929 (5 weeks)
170 Bing Crosby Without a Song 1930 US Billboard 6 - 1930 (7 weeks)
171 Bing Crosby I'm Comin', Virginia 1927 US Billboard 6 - 1927 (4 weeks)
172 Bing Crosby I'm On The Crest Of A Wave 1928 US Billboard 6 - 1928 (6 weeks)
173 Bing Crosby Waltzing In A Dream 1932 US Billboard 6 - 1932 (11 weeks)
174 Bing Crosby Ho Hum! 1931 US Billboard 6 - 1931 (4 weeks)
175 Bing Crosby (I'm a Dreamer) Aren't We All? 1929 US Billboard 6 - 1929 (11 weeks)
176 Bing Crosby Dear Old Donegal 1947 UK 40s Sheet Music 6 - Jun 1947 (24 weeks)
177 Bing Crosby East Side Of Heaven 1939 US Billboard 6 - 1939 (6 weeks)
178 Bing Crosby Alla En El Rancho Grande 1939 US Billboard 6 - 1939 (10 weeks)
179 Bing Crosby I Still Love To Kiss You Goodnight 1937 US Billboard 6 - 1937 (8 weeks)
180 Bing Crosby There's a Goldmine in the Sky 1938 US Billboard 6 - 1938 (14 weeks)
181 Bing Crosby Going My Way 1944 US Billboard 15 - Sep 1944 (1 week), RYM 44 of 1944
182 Bing Crosby Anniversary Waltz 1941 US Billboard 24 - 1941 (1 week), RYM 115 of 1941
183 Bing Crosby The Calinda (Boo-Joom, Boo-Joom, Boo!) 1927 US Billboard 7 - 1927 (5 weeks)
184 Bing Crosby Paradise 1932 US Billboard 7 - 1932 (5 weeks)
185 Bing Crosby Them There Eyes 1930 US Billboard 7 - Dec 1930 (5 weeks)
186 Bing Crosby Now it Can be Told 1938 US Billboard 7 - 1938 (8 weeks)
187 Bing Crosby Let Me Whisper I Love You 1938 US Billboard 7 - 1938 (7 weeks)
188 Bing Crosby Down The Old Ox Road 1933 US Billboard 8 - 1933 (5 weeks)
189 Bing Crosby A Faded Summer Love 1931 US Billboard 8 - 1931 (3 weeks)
190 Bing Crosby On Treasure Island 1935 US Billboard 8 - 1935 (4 weeks)
191 Bing Crosby Makin' Whoopee 1929 US Billboard 8 - 1929 (5 weeks)
192 Bing Crosby Empty Saddles 1936 US Billboard 8 - 1936 (3 weeks)
193 Bing Crosby Sing a Song Of Sunbeams 1939 US Billboard 8 - 1939 (3 weeks)
194 Bing Crosby Can I Forget You? 1937 US Billboard 8 - 1937 (3 weeks)
195 Bing Crosby The One Rose (That's Left In My Heart) 1937 US Billboard 8 - 1937 (7 weeks)
196 Bing Crosby Sweet Is The Word For You 1937 US Billboard 8 - 1937 (7 weeks)
197 Bing Crosby Baia 1945 US Billboard 6 - Jun 1945 (2 weeks)
198 Bing Crosby Little Pal 1929 US Billboard 9 - 1929 (4 weeks)
199 Bing Crosby Sweet & Lovely 1931 US Billboard 9 - 1931 (4 weeks)
200 Bing Crosby Me & the Moon 1936 US Billboard 9 - 1936 (5 weeks)
201 Bing Crosby Peckin' 1937 US Billboard 9 - 1937 (3 weeks)
202 Bing Crosby She Reminds Me of You 1934 US Billboard 10 - 1934 (5 weeks)
203 Bing Crosby A Bundle Of Old Love Letters 1930 US Billboard 10 - 1930 (3 weeks)
204 Bing Crosby Can't We Talk It Over? 1932 US Billboard 10 - 1932 (4 weeks)
205 Bing Crosby Blue Prelude 1933 US Billboard 10 - 1933 (5 weeks)
206 Bing Crosby Let's Go Fly a Kite 1939 US Billboard 10 - 1939 (7 weeks)
207 Bing Crosby That Sly Old Gentleman (From Featherbed Lane) 1939 US Billboard 10 - 1939 (1 week)
208 Bing Crosby Moonlight And Shadows 1937 US Billboard 10 - 1937 (3 weeks)
209 Bing Crosby And the Angels Sing 1939 US Billboard 10 - 1939 (4 weeks)
210 Bing Crosby Moon Of Manakoora 1938 US Billboard 10 - 1938 (4 weeks)
211 Bing Crosby Beautiful Girl 1933 US Billboard 11 - 1933 (3 weeks)
212 Bing Crosby Here Lies Love 1932 US Billboard 11 - 1932 (3 weeks)
213 Bing Crosby The Very Thought of You 1934 US Billboard 11 - 1934 (3 weeks)
214 Bing Crosby Cabin In The Cotton 1932 US Billboard 11 - 1932 (4 weeks)
215 Bing Crosby Snuggled On Your Shoulder (Cuddled in Your Arms) 1932 US Billboard 11 - 1932 (2 weeks)
216 Bing Crosby Muddy Water 1927 US Billboard 11 - 1927 (2 weeks)
217 Bing Crosby Once in a Blue Moon 1934 US Billboard 11 - 1934 (3 weeks)
218 Bing Crosby Give Me A Heart To Sing To 1934 US Billboard 12 - 1934 (5 weeks)
219 Bing Crosby Were You Sincere? 1931 US Billboard 12 - 1931 (3 weeks)
220 Bing Crosby You're Beautiful Tonight, My Dear 1933 US Billboard 12 - 1933 (2 weeks)
221 Bing Crosby Louisiana 1928 US Billboard 12 - 1928 (2 weeks)
222 Bing Crosby You've Got Me Crying Again 1933 US Billboard 12 - 1933 (3 weeks)
223 Bing Crosby Laroo Laroo Lilli Bolero 1948 UK 40s Sheet Music 12 - May 1948 (13 weeks)
224 Bing Crosby Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life 1939 US Billboard 12 - 1939 (1 week)
225 Bing Crosby The Lonesome Road 1939 US Billboard 12 - 1939 (2 weeks)
226 Bing Crosby The Second Time Around 1960 Oscar in 1960 (film 'High Time') (Nominated)
227 Bing Crosby Can't Get Indiana Off My Mind 1940 US Billboard 8 - 1940 (7 weeks)
228 Bing Crosby Ridin' Around in the Rain 1934 US Billboard 13 - 1934 (3 weeks)
229 Bing Crosby The Moon Was Yellow (And the Night Was Young) 1934 US Billboard 13 - 1934 (3 weeks)
230 Bing Crosby Street Of Dreams 1933 US Billboard 13 - 1933 (3 weeks)
231 Bing Crosby I Cried For You 1939 US Billboard 13 - 1939 (4 weeks)
232 Bing Crosby If I Loved You 1945 US Billboard 8 - Aug 1945 (6 weeks)
233 Bing Crosby After You've Gone 1930 US Billboard 14 - 1930 (2 weeks)
234 Bing Crosby Maybe I'm Wrong Again 1934 US Billboard 14 - Dec 1934 (3 weeks)
235 Bing Crosby From Monday On 1928 US Billboard 14 - 1928 (2 weeks)
236 Bing Crosby Song of the Islands 1936 US Billboard 14 - 1936 (2 weeks)
237 Bing Crosby Deep Purple 1939 US Billboard 14 - 1939 (2 weeks)
238 Bing Crosby Whistling In The Wildwood 1939 US Billboard 14 - 1939 (2 weeks)
239 Bing Crosby Someone Stole Gabriel's Horn 1939 US Billboard 14 - 1939 (2 weeks)
240 Bing Crosby My Melancholy Baby 1939 US Billboard 14 - 1939 (2 weeks)
241 Bing Crosby Evening Star 1928 US Billboard 15 - 1928 (2 weeks)
242 Bing Crosby Between A Kiss And A Sigh 1939 US Billboard 15 - 1939 (2 weeks)
243 Bing Crosby That's for Me 1940 US Billboard 9 - 1940 (7 weeks)
244 Bing Crosby Out Of Town Gal 1928 US Billboard 16 - 1928 (2 weeks)
245 Bing Crosby Your Mother & Mine 1929 US Billboard 16 - 1929 (2 weeks)
246 Bing Crosby Livin' in the Sunlight, Lovin' in the Moonlight 1930 US Billboard 16 - 1930 (2 weeks)
247 Bing Crosby Some of These Days 1932 US Billboard 16 - 1932 (2 weeks)
248 Bing Crosby Eva-Lena 1945 US Billboard 9 - Jan 1945 (5 weeks)
249 Bing Crosby Down by the River 1935 US Billboard 17 - 1935 (2 weeks)
250 Bing Crosby It's A Lonely Trail (When You're Travelin' All Alone) 1939 US Billboard 17 - 1939 (1 week)
251 Bing Crosby Mother's Lullaby 1948 UK 40s Sheet Music 17 - Mar 1948 (3 weeks)
252 Bing Crosby God Bless America 1939 US Billboard 17 - 1939 (2 weeks)
253 Bing Crosby Home on the Range 1933 US Billboard 18 - 1933 (1 week)
254 Bing Crosby It Ain't Necessarily So 1936 US Billboard 18 - 1936 (1 week)
255 Bing Crosby So Do I 1936 US Billboard 18 - 1936 (1 week)
256 Bing Crosby April Played the Fiddle 1940 US Billboard 10 - 1940 (7 weeks)
257 Bing Crosby My Island of Golden Dreams 1939 US Billboard 18 - 1939 (1 week)
258 Bing Crosby (You Know It All) Smarty 1937 US Billboard 18 - 1937 (1 week)
259 Bing Crosby I've Got the World On a String 1933 US Billboard 19 - 1933 (1 week)
260 Bing Crosby It Was The Dawn Of Love 1928 US Billboard 19 - 1928 (1 week)
261 Bing Crosby I Like to Do Things For You 1930 US Billboard 19 - 1930 (1 week)
262 Bing Crosby My Little Buckaroo 1937 US Billboard 19 - 1937 (1 week)
263 Bing Crosby One, Two, Button Your Shoe 1937 US Billboard 19 - 1937 (4 weeks)
264 Bing Crosby (Running Around In Circles) Getting Nowhere 1946 UK 40s Sheet Music 20 - Dec 1946 (1 week)
265 Bing Crosby Don't Let That Moon Get Away 1938 US Billboard 19 - 1938 (2 weeks)
266 Bing Crosby Feudin' & Fightin' 1947 US Billboard 9 - Sep 1947 (4 weeks)
267 Bing Crosby Sweet Potato Piper 1940 US Billboard 11 - 1940 (10 weeks)
268 Bing Crosby The Kiss In Your Eyes 1949 UK 40s Sheet Music 15 - Sep 1949 (22 weeks)
269 Bing Crosby I'm Coming Virginia 1927 aceterrier.com 23 of the 1920s (1927)
270 Bing Crosby Tumbling Tumbleweeds 1940 US Billboard 12 - 1940 (7 weeks)
271 Bing Crosby Careless Hands 1949 US Billboard 12 - May 1949 (10 weeks)
272 Bing Crosby But Beautiful 1948 US Billboard 20 - Feb 1948 (3 weeks)
273 Bing Crosby I Haven't Time to be a Millionaire 1940 US Billboard 13 - 1940 (1 week)
274 Bing Crosby Pass That Peace Pipe 1948 US Billboard 21 - Jan 1948 (1 week)
275 Bing Crosby Blue Shadows on the Trail 1948 US Billboard 23 - May 1948 (2 weeks)
276 Bing Crosby My Baby Said Yes 1945 US Billboard 14 - Jul 1945 (1 week)
277 Bing Crosby Meet the Sun Half-way 1940 US Billboard 15 - 1940 (4 weeks)
278 Bing Crosby Personality 1946 US Billboard 9 - Apr 1946 (3 weeks)
279 Bing Crosby That's How Much I Love You 1947 US Billboard 17 - Apr 1947 (1 week)
280 Bing Crosby You Made Me Love You (I Didn't Want to Do It) 1940 US Billboard 25 - 1940 (1 week)
281 Bing Crosby The Bombadier Song 1942 US Billboard 19 - 1942 (1 week)
282 Bing Crosby If You Stub Your Toe on the Moon 1949 US Billboard 27 - Apr 1949 (1 week)
283 Bing Crosby When The White Azaleas Start Blooming 1942 US Billboard 21 - 1942 (1 week)
284 Bing Crosby Mary's a Grand Old Name 1943 US Billboard 20 - 1943 (1 week)
285 Bing Crosby Sing Me a Song of the Islands 1942 US Billboard 22 - 1942 (1 week)
286 Bing Crosby The Lamplighter's Serenade 1942 US Billboard 23 - 1942 (1 week)
287 Bing Crosby Be Honest with Me 1941 US Billboard 19 - 1941 (1 week)
288 Bing Crosby The Day After Forever 1944 US Billboard 15 - Oct 1944 (2 weeks)
289 Bing Crosby Brahms' Lullaby (Cradle Song) 1941 US Billboard 20 - 1941 (2 weeks)
290 Bing Crosby Clementine 1941 US Billboard 20 - 1941 (1 week)
291 Bing Crosby Does Your Mother Come From Ireland? 1941 US Billboard 22 - 1941 (1 week)
292 Bing Crosby Paradise Isle 1941 US Billboard 23 - 1941 (1 week)
293 Bing Crosby Lone Star Trail 1941 US Billboard 23 - 1941 (1 week)
294 Bing Crosby It Makes No Difference Now 1941 US Billboard 23 - 1941 (1 week)
295 Bing Crosby Give Me the Simple Life 1946 US Billboard 16 - Jan 1946 (1 week)
296 Bing Crosby In the Land of Beginning Again 1946 US Billboard 18 - Jan 1946 (1 week)
297 Bing Crosby Stranger in Paradise 1955 UK 17 - Apr 1955 (2 weeks)
298 Bing Crosby Big Movie Show In The Sky 1950 US CashBox 15 - Feb 1950 (9 weeks)
299 Bing Crosby Night & Day 1946 US Billboard 21 - Sep 1946 (3 weeks)
300 Bing Crosby May The Good Lord Bless And Keep You 1951 US CashBox 17 - Feb 1951 (14 weeks)
301 Bing Crosby I Cross My Fingers 1950 US Billboard 18 - Aug 1950 (4 weeks)
302 Bing Crosby Until The End Of The World 1952 US Billboard 16 - Aug 1952 (6 weeks)
303 Bing Crosby Open Up Your Heart 1953 US Billboard 22 - Jan 1953 (3 weeks)
304 Bing Crosby I Didn't Slip, I Wasn't Pushed, I Fell 1950 US Billboard 22 - Jul 1950 (2 weeks)
305 Bing Crosby (Why Did I Tell You I Was Going To) Shanghai 1951 US Billboard 21 - Sep 1951 (1 week)
306 Bing Crosby You Don't Know What Lonesome Is 1953 US Billboard 23 - Jan 1953 (2 weeks)
307 Bing Crosby Home Cookin' 1950 US CashBox 23 - Jul 1950 (8 weeks)
308 Bing Crosby The Yodel Blues 1950 US CashBox 23 - Feb 1950 (6 weeks)
309 Bing Crosby Sentimental Music 1951 US CashBox 24 - Feb 1951 (8 weeks)
310 Bing Crosby At Last, At Last 1952 US CashBox 20 - Feb 1952 (11 weeks)
311 Bing Crosby The Horse Told Me 1950 US CashBox 31 - Apr 1950 (5 weeks)
312 Bing Crosby Keep It a Secret 1952 US Billboard 28 - Dec 1952 (1 week)
313 Bing Crosby Young At Heart 1954 US Billboard 24 - May 1954 (2 weeks)
314 Bing Crosby Silver Bells 1957 US Billboard 78 - Dec 1957 (2 weeks)
315 Bing Crosby How Lovely Is Christmas 1957 US Billboard 97 - Dec 1957 (1 week)
316 Bing Crosby Now You Has Jazz 1956 US Billboard 88 - Oct 1956 (4 weeks)
317 Bing Crosby Oh Come All ye Faithful 1960 US Billboard 45 - Dec 1960 (3 weeks)
318 Bing Crosby White Christmas (1998) 1998 UK 29 - Dec 1998 (4 weeks)
319 Bing Crosby That's What Life Is All About 1975 UK 41 - Aug 1975 (4 weeks)
320 Bing Crosby The Sweetheart Waltz 1934 RYM 59 of 1934
321 Bing Crosby Two for Tonight 1935 RYM 61 of 1935
322 Bing Crosby Our Big Love Scene 1933 RYM 70 of 1933
323 Bing Crosby We're a Couple of Soldiers My Baby & Me 1933 RYM 70 of 1933
324 Bing Crosby Ghost of a Chance 1933 RYM 81 of 1933
325 Bing Crosby Black Moonlight 1933 RYM 82 of 1933
326 Bing Crosby I Guess It Had to Be That Way 1933 RYM 83 of 1933
327 Bing Crosby Don't Somebody Need Somebody 1926 RYM 84 of 1926
328 Bing Crosby I've Got the Girl 1926 RYM 86 of 1926
329 Bing Crosby A Blues Serenade 1938 RYM 43 of 1938
330 Bing Crosby The Star Spangled Banner 1947 RYM 91 of 1947
331 Bing Crosby Danny Boy (Londonderry Air) 1943 RYM 41 of 1943
332 Bing Crosby I Ain't Got Nobody 1941 RYM 93 of 1941
333 Bing Crosby I'll Remember April 1944 RYM 50 of 1944
334 Bing Crosby The Teddy Bears' Picnic 1950 RYM 110 of 1950
335 Bing Crosby It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas unknown Scrobulate 69 of christmas

In addition to the above listed songs Bing Crosby also contributed to the following entries:

# Artist Song Title Year Chart Entries
1 Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters Don't Fence Me In 1944 US Billboard 1 - Nov 1944 (21 weeks), US 1940s 1 - Nov 1944 (18 weeks), US 1 for 8 weeks - Dec 1944, UK Sheet Music 1 for 2 weeks - Jul 1945, UK 40s Sheet Music 1 - May 1945 (14 weeks), Australia 1 for 3 months - Sep 1945, Grammy Hall of Fame in 1998 (1944), DDD 3 of 1944, DZE 3 of 1944, US invalid BB 4 of 1944, Europe 5 of the 1940s (1944), POP 9 of 1944, nuTsie 18 of 1940s, Your Hit Parade 22 of 1945, Brazil 55 of 1945, Acclaimed 1699 (1943), Song of 1944
2 Bing Crosby & Les Paul It's Been a Long, Long Time 1945 US Billboard 1 - Oct 1945 (16 weeks), US 1940s 1 - Oct 1945 (12 weeks), US 1 for 1 week - Dec 1945, UK Sheet Music 1 for 2 weeks - Jan 1946, UK 40s Sheet Music 1 - Dec 1945 (18 weeks), US invalid BB 9 of 1945, DDD 15 of 1945, POP 17 of 1945
3 Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters Pistol Packin' Mama 1943 US Country 1 for 4 weeks - Jan 1944, Australia 1 for 1 month - Oct 1944, DDD 1 of 1943, US Billboard 2 - 1943 (11 weeks), US 1940s 2 - Nov 1943 (9 weeks), Peel list 4 of 1943, UK 40s Sheet Music 7 - Mar 1944 (1 week), Acclaimed 1924 (1944), RYM 6 of 1943
4 Bing Crosby & Carmen Cavallaro I Can't Begin to Tell You 1945 US Billboard 1 - Nov 1945 (20 weeks), US 1940s 1 - Nov 1945 (19 weeks), US 1 for 1 week - Jan 1946, DZE 6 of 1945, US invalid BB 10 of 1945, Your Hit Parade 15 of 1945, DDD 18 of 1945, POP 19 of 1945, Brazil 63 of 1946
5 Bing Crosby & Grace Kelly True Love 1956 Oscar in 1956 (film 'High Society') (Nominated), US Billboard 3 - Sep 1956 (31 weeks), UK 4 - Nov 1956 (27 weeks), US CashBox 4 - Sep 1956 (17 weeks), Flanders 19 - Mar 1957 (1 month), US CashBox 33 of 1956, US BB 44 of 1956, Europe 58 of the 1950s (1956), Brazil 63 of 1957, UKMIX 93, RYM 33 of 1956
6 Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters Ac-cent-tchu-ate the Positive 1945 US Billboard 2 - Feb 1945 (9 weeks), US 1940s 2 - Feb 1945 (9 weeks), Oscar in 1945 (film 'Here Come the Waves') (Nominated), Peel list 3 of 1944, UK 40s Sheet Music 5 - Apr 1945 (4 weeks), nuTsie 35 of 1940s, DDD 39 of 1945
7 Bing Crosby & The Jesters Sioux City Sue 1946 Your Hit Parade 1 of 1946, Australia 1 for 1 month - Dec 1946, US Billboard 3 - Apr 1946 (16 weeks), US 1940s 6 - Apr 1946 (6 weeks), DDD 10 of 1946, UK 40s Sheet Music 15 - Sep 1946 (9 weeks)
8 Bing Crosby & The Mills Brothers Dinah 1932 US Billboard 1 - 1932 (9 weeks), US invalid BB 5 of 1932, POP 5 of 1932, Brazil 27 of 1932, Europe 47 of the 1930s (1931)
9 Bing Crosby & Connee Boswell Alexander's ragtime band 1938 US Billboard 1 - 1938 (11 weeks), US invalid BB 9 of 1938, POP 9 of 1938, Europe 16 of the 1930s (1938), Your Hit Parade 19 of 1938, nuTsie 62 of 1930s
10 Bing Crosby & Trudy Erwin Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin' 1943 US invalid BB 2 of 1943, POP 2 of 1943, US Billboard 4 - Oct 1943 (13 weeks), US 1940s 5 - Nov 1943 (9 weeks), Europe 8 of the 1940s (1943), DDD 43 of 1943
11 Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters Along the Navajo Trail 1945 UK 40s Sheet Music 1 - Apr 1946 (17 weeks), US Billboard 2 - Sep 1945 (11 weeks), US 1940s 5 - Sep 1945 (4 weeks), DDD 35 of 1945
12 Bing Crosby & Trudy Erwin People Will Say We're in Love 1943 US Billboard 2 - 1943 (17 weeks), US 1940s 2 - Oct 1943 (14 weeks), Europe 9 of the 1940s (1943), Your Hit Parade 11 of 1943, DDD 19 of 1943
13 Bing Crosby & Gary Crosby Play a Simple Melody 1950 US Billboard 2 - Jul 1950 (19 weeks), US 1940s 3 - Jul 1950 (17 weeks), US CashBox 4 - Jul 1950 (22 weeks), Your Hit Parade 6 of 1950, US invalid BB 14 of 1950, POP 20 of 1950, RYM 29 of 1950
14 Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters Vic'try Polka 1944 Australia 1 for 1 month - Sep 1944, US Billboard 5 - Jan 1944 (13 weeks), UK 40s Sheet Music 12 - Mar 1944 (1 week), DDD 30 of 1943, RYM 6 of 1943
15 Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters South America, Take It Away 1946 US Billboard 2 - Aug 1946 (19 weeks), US 1940s 2 - Aug 1946 (17 weeks), Your Hit Parade 14 of 1946, Europe 22 of the 1940s (1946), DDD 52 of 1946
16 Bing Crosby & Connee Boswell An Apple For The Teacher 1939 US Billboard 2 - 1939 (14 weeks), Your Hit Parade 11 of 1939, UK 40s Sheet Music 12 - Jan 1940 (1 week), Europe 38 of the 1930s (1939)
17 Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters Quicksilver 1950 Australia 1 for 8 weeks - Sep 1950, US Billboard 6 - Jan 1950 (17 weeks), US 1940s 8 - Feb 1950 (9 weeks), US CashBox 14 - Feb 1950 (16 weeks)
18 Bing Crosby & Jimmy Dorsey Too Marvelous For Words 1937 US Billboard 1 - 1937 (10 weeks), Europe 28 of the 1930s (1937), Brazil 88 of 1937
19 Bing Crosby & Jane Wyman Zing a Little Zong 1952 Oscar in 1952 (film 'Just for You') (Nominated), UK 40s Sheet Music 8 - Oct 1952 (20 weeks), UK 10 - Dec 1952 (2 weeks), US Billboard 18 - Aug 1952 (6 weeks), US CashBox 32 - Aug 1952 (5 weeks)
20 Bing Crosby & The Jesters McNamara's Band 1946 US invalid BB 6 of 1946, POP 6 of 1946, US Billboard 10 - Mar 1946 (4 weeks), Europe 16 of the 1940s (1945)
21 Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters A Hot Time in the Town of Berlin 1944 US Billboard 1 - Sep 1944 (14 weeks), DZE 6 of 1944, DDD 14 of 1944
22 Bing Crosby & Connee Boswell Bob White (Whatcha Gonna Swing Tonight?) 1937 US Billboard 1 - 1937 (12 weeks), Europe 27 of the 1930s (1937)
23 Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters Is You Is or Is You Ain't (Ma' Baby) 1944 US Billboard 2 - Sep 1944 (12 weeks), US 1940s 2 - Sep 1944 (10 weeks), DDD 10 of 1944
24 Bing Crosby & Gary Crosby Sam's Song (The Happy Tune) 1950 US Billboard 3 - Jul 1950 (19 weeks), US 1940s 3 - Jul 1950 (17 weeks), US CashBox 3 - Jul 1950 (25 weeks), RYM 29 of 1950
25 Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters There's No Business Like Show Business 1947 Australia 1 for 1 month - Nov 1947, US Billboard 25 - Jul 1947 (1 week)
26 Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters Have I Told You Lately That I Love You? 1950 UK 40s Sheet Music 2 - Aug 1950 (23 weeks), US Billboard 24 - Jan 1950 (4 weeks), US CashBox 28 - Feb 1950 (3 weeks)
27 David Bowie & Bing Crosby Little Drummer Boy 1982 UK 3 - Nov 1982 (12 weeks), Norway 6 - Dec 1982 (6 weeks), Sweden (alt) 12 - Dec 1982 (7 weeks), Scrobulate 22 of christmas, UK Silver (certified by BPI in Dec 1982), RYM 158 of 1982
28 Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters Jingle Bells 1943 Europe 12 of the 1940s (1943), US Billboard 19 - 1943 (1 week), DDD 54 of 1943, Global 33 (5 M sold) - 1943
29 Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters (Get Your Kicks On) Route 66 1946 ASCAP song of 1946, US Billboard 14 - Aug 1946 (2 weeks)
30 Bing Crosby & Jimmy Dorsey Never in a Million Years 1937 US Billboard 2 - 1937 (12 weeks), Europe 53 of the 1930s (1937)
31 David Bowie & Bing Crosby Peace On Earth 1982 UK 3 - Nov 1982 (12 weeks), Norway 6 - Dec 1982 (6 weeks), Sweden (alt) 12 - Dec 1982 (7 weeks), Scrobulate 22 of christmas, RYM 158 of 1982
32 Bing Crosby & Jane Wyman In The Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening 1951 Your Hit Parade 3 of 1951, US Billboard 11 - Aug 1951 (6 weeks), US CashBox 22 - Aug 1951 (16 weeks)
33 Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters Sparrow In The Tree Top 1951 US Billboard 8 - Mar 1951 (15 weeks), US CashBox 8 - Mar 1951 (13 weeks), US 1940s 12 - Mar 1951 (6 weeks)
34 Bing Crosby & Gary Crosby When You & I Were Young, Maggie 1951 US Billboard 8 - Apr 1951 (10 weeks), US 1940s 10 - Apr 1951 (6 weeks), US CashBox 13 - May 1951 (10 weeks)
35 Bing Crosby & Gary Crosby Moonlight Bay 1951 US Billboard 14 - Apr 1951 (6 weeks), US 1940s 15 - Apr 1951 (4 weeks), US CashBox 30 - May 1951 (5 weeks)
36 Paul Whiteman & Bing Crosby If I Had a Talking Picture of You 1929 US Billboard 7 - 1929 (7 weeks), Brazil 77 of 1930
37 Bing Crosby & Carmen Cavallaro How Soon (Will I Be Seeing You) 1947 US Billboard 6 - Nov 1947 (14 weeks), US 1940s 8 - Dec 1947 (9 weeks)
38 Bing Crosby & Judy Garland Yah-Ta-Ta, Yah-Ta-Ta (Talk, Talk, Talk) 1945 US Billboard 5 - May 1945 (7 weeks), DDD 83 of 1945
39 Bing Crosby & Rosemary Clooney Count Your Blessings 1954 Oscar in 1954 (film 'White Christmas') (Nominated), US Billboard 27 - Dec 1954 (1 week)
40 Bing Crosby & Carmen Cavallaro You Do 1947 US Billboard 8 - Nov 1947 (8 weeks), US 1940s 10 - Nov 1947 (8 weeks)
41 Bing Crosby & Carol Richards Sunshine Cake 1950 UK 40s Sheet Music 19 - Jun 1950 (9 weeks), US CashBox 21 - Apr 1950 (9 weeks)
42 Bing Crosby & Fred Waring Way Back Home 1949 US CashBox 18 - Jan 1950 (4 weeks), US Billboard 21 - Nov 1949 (2 weeks)
43 Bing Crosby & Bob Hope (We're Off on the) Road to Morocco 1942 US Billboard 21 - Nov 1945 (1 week), AFI 95
44 Bing Crosby & The Dorsey Brothers Without a Word of Warning 1935 US Billboard 5 - 1935 (10 weeks), RYM 97 of 1935
45 Bing Crosby & Louis Armstrong Gone Fishin' 1951 US Billboard 19 - Jun 1951 (2 weeks), US CashBox 27 - Jun 1951 (3 weeks)
46 Bing Crosby & Gary Crosby Down by the Riverside 1953 US CashBox 22 - Dec 1953 (11 weeks), US Billboard 28 - Jan 1954 (1 week)
47 Bing Crosby & Fred Waring Hush-a-Bye 1953 US Billboard 24 - Mar 1953 (2 weeks), US CashBox 29 - Mar 1953 (7 weeks)
48 Gary, Phillip, Dennis, Lindsay & Bing Crosby A Crosby Christmas 1950 US Billboard 22 - Dec 1950 (2 weeks), US CashBox 35 - Dec 1950 (4 weeks)
49 Bing Crosby & The Dorsey Brothers I Wish I Were Aladdin 1935 US Billboard 7 - 1935 (5 weeks), RYM 96 of 1935
50 Bing Crosby & Boswell Sisters & The Mills Brothers Gems from George White's Scandals 1931 US Billboard 3 - 1931 (11 weeks)
51 Bing Crosby & Johnny Mercer Small Fry 1938 US Billboard 3 - 1938 (13 weeks)
52 Bing Crosby & The Dorsey Brothers From the Top of Your Head 1935 US Billboard 10 - 1935 (7 weeks), RYM 96 of 1935
53 Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters Yodelin' Jive 1939 US Billboard 4 - Nov 1939 (12 weeks)
54 Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters The Freedom Train 1947 US Billboard 21 - Oct 1947 (1 week), RYM 91 of 1947
55 Paul Whiteman & Bing Crosby Make Believe 1928 US Billboard 7 - 1928 (5 weeks)
56 Bing Crosby & The Mills Brothers Shine 1932 US Billboard 7 - 1932 (5 weeks)
57 Bing Crosby & Johnny Mercer Mr Gallagher & Mr Shean 1938 US Billboard 7 - 1938 (5 weeks)
58 Bing Crosby & Connee Boswell Basin Street Blues 1937 US Billboard 12 - 1937 (3 weeks)
59 Bing Crosby & Connee Boswell (Ho-Dle-Ay) Start the Day Right 1939 US Billboard 12 - 1939 (1 week)
60 Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters Ciribiribin (They're So in Love) 1939 US Billboard 13 - 1939 (3 weeks)
61 Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters The Three Caballeros 1945 US Billboard 8 - Feb 1945 (5 weeks)
62 Bing Crosby & Connee Boswell Between 18th & 19th on Chestnut Street 1940 US Billboard 12 - 1940 (13 weeks)
63 Bing Crosby & Evelyn Knight Everywhere You Go 1949 UK 40s Sheet Music 17 - Aug 1949 (6 weeks)
64 Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters Tallahassee 1947 US Billboard 10 - Jul 1947 (10 weeks)
65 Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters You Don't Have to Know the Language 1948 US Billboard 21 - Jan 1948 (2 weeks)
66 Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters 160 Acres 1948 US Billboard 23 - Nov 1948 (2 weeks)
67 Bing Crosby & Johnny Mercer Mister Meadowlark 1940 US Billboard 18 - 1940 (1 week)
68 Al Jolson & Bing Crosby Alexander's ragtime band 1947 US Billboard 20 - May 1947 (2 weeks)
69 Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters Santa Claus is Coming to Town 1947 US Billboard 22 - Dec 1947 (1 week)
70 Bing Crosby & Mary Martin The Waiter & the Porter & the Upstairs Maid 1941 US Billboard 23 - 1941 (1 week)
71 Bing Crosby & Mel Torme Day By Day 1946 US Billboard 15 - Mar 1946 (1 week)
72 Bing Crosby & Frank Sinatra Well Did You Evah? 1956 US Billboard 92 - Sep 1956 (2 weeks), RYM 33 of 1956
73 Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters Ask Me No Questions 1950 US CashBox 21 - May 1950 (7 weeks)
74 Bing Crosby & Carol Richards Silver Bells 1952 US Billboard 20 - Dec 1952 (2 weeks)
75 Bing Crosby & Peggy Lee Watermelon Weather 1952 US Billboard 28 - Jul 1952 (2 weeks)
76 Bing Crosby & Gary Crosby Cornbelt Symphony 1954 US CashBox 44 - Jul 1954 (1 week)
77 Bing Crosby & Gary Crosby The Call Of The South 1954 US CashBox 46 - Jul 1954 (1 week)
78 Bing Crosby & Buddy Cole Trio In a Little Spanish Town 1956 US CashBox 41 - Apr 1956 (2 weeks)
79 Bing Crosby & The Jesters The Wind 1960 DDD 45 of 1960
80 Bing Crosby & Grace Kelly True Love (1983) 1983 UK 70 - Dec 1983 (6 weeks)
81 Bing Crosby & The Dorsey Brothers Takes Two to Make a Bargain 1935 RYM 97 of 1935
82 Bing Crosby & Louis Armstrong Muskrat Ramble 1959 RYM 124 of 1959
83 Bing Crosby & Louis Armstrong Dardanella 1959 RYM 124 of 1959

Comment on the contents of the 'Song artist 4 - Bing Crosby' page
Subject: Email to Reply To (optional):  

Previous Comments (newest first)

28 Nov 2015

#62-Bing Crosby & Helen Ward-Day In Day Out

Please take another look at this. Even though "Your Hit Parade" shows this asbeing Bing Crosby & Helen Ward, this is in error. PerYoutube & Wikipedia this should be Bob Crosby & Helen Ward (currently #4 on his page).

Looks right, data fixed, thanks


1 Oct 2015

30 Million for Silent Night+

Silent Night has sold 30 million pressings and is 3rd highest selling record globally (Guinness World Records)


10 Aug 2015

Every Breath I Take

Every Breath I Take - correct: With Every Breath I Take

Cheers Walter

You need to read the FAQ about song titles.


9 Aug 2015

You're Getting to Be a Habit

You're Getting to Be a Habit - correct: You're Getting to Be a Habit with me

You need to read the FAQ about song titles.


9 Aug 2015

Ghost of a chance

Hi,

Ghost of a chance - correct: A Ghost of a chance with You

Cheers Walter

You need to read the FAQ about song titles.


19 Jul 2015

Double Listing - Just One More Chance

#36 & #182 are the same.

Data fixed, thanks


20 Jun 2015

Double Listing-How Soon (Will I Be Seeing You)

#249 should be combined with #63 (under duets with Carmen Cavallaro).

Data fixed, thanks


6 May 2015

Double Listing - Great Day

#171 here should be transferred to the Paul Whiteman page. Per Joel Whitburn this recording is credited to Paul Whiteman with vocals by Bing Crosby. That song is currently #27 on that page.

That looks right, data fixed, thanks


6 May 2015

Double Listing - Til Reveille

#103 & #294 (Lights Out Til Reveille) are the same.

Data fixed, thanks


6 May 2015

Double Listing - An Apple For the Teacher

#213 should be combined with #21 (under duets w/Connee Boswell) per Joel Whitburn.

Data fixed, thanks


6 May 2015

#57 - Duets w/Helen Ward

Day In Day Out should be moved from this Bing Crosby page to Bob Crosby & Orch. (per Joel Whitburn). This recording is currently #4 on the Bob Crosby page.

Joel Whitburn focuses on the Billboard list, so the fact that both he and Billboard assign the song to Bob Crosby is not surprising. In contrast the original source for this list clearly assigns it to Bing (and Helen Ward). Given that during this era it was the sheet music that was primary (and different singers covered each other's songs) we don't see enough evidence to prove the original source was wrong.

Thanks for the suggestion


27 Jul 2014

The UK has a chart book from 1940 -1952

The official chart company of the UK, says the never before released info is legit. Bing has 44 #1 hits.

As soon as we find a legitimate digital source we'll add it. Do you know of one?


24 Jul 2014

#32 Bing Crosby - Amor, Amor

http://www.jazzdiscography.com/Artists/Crosby/crosbySongs.html

The Studio Recordings Title is "Amor, Amor" (Accoring to this Link). So the entry in 1944 is not excisting.

Yours Sensimilla.

Your suggestion looks correct, we have adjusted the entries, thanks


23 Jul 2014

#29 Oklahoma

Your source regarding Bing Crosby recorded Oklahoma is wrong (It's hard to prove, but easy for you to prove me wrong! :-) ). The most popular version in 1943 is a recording by Alfred Drake.

Yours Sensimilla.

As the data shows there are three different sources. We suspect that you could be correct, however since the three sources each actually have the entry we have to list them.


10 Feb 2014

Bing Crosby

It is now clear that Bing Crosby was the man.

Well he was well before my time, it appears from my research that Bing has more number One/top thirty hit's that anyone else.

In fact no one even comes close, in addition to no one being Number One for two decades in a row.

Mr. B. Cosby accomplished the above during the Great Depression and World War Two, which is quite remarkable.

I might add that Bing was a hugely popular radio/movie star +being Number Box office from '45-'49 as well as receiving academy awards. While, I love Elvis, the Beatles, & Michael Jackson the facts speak for themselves that B. Crosby is the MAN.

That is certainly a valid position to hold.

Our estimate is that any one of Bing Crosby, The Beatles, Elvis, Paul Whiteman, Frank Sinatra or Glenn Miller could feasibly be claimed to be the most successful musical acts of the 20th century, depending on how you combine the evidence. For most approaches the top act works out as Bing Crosby, The Beatles or Elvis, but the others turn up for some metrics.

Our calculation is that if Madonna continues to be successful for another decade or so she would join that elite list.

It depends on how you estimate success, but our numbers indicate that Bing Crosby is certainly one of the top 3.


1 Dec 2013

1946

In 1946 you have 2 entries in your spreadsheet: Bing Crosby Sioux City Sue Bing Crosby & The Jesters Sioux City Sue

Same song/release (?)

Piaras

Looks right, the data has been fixed, thanks


8 Jun 2013

# 45 Can't We Talk It Over

This is a solo by Bing. It was released on Brunswick 6240 as the flip side of Dinah which does feature the Mills Brothers.

We've changed the entries, thanks


14 May 2013

lyrics of the song Brasil by Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney

lyrics of the song Brasil by Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney


15 Feb 2013

sheet muise

am looking for sheet muise for vilon to play for older people price


27 Nov 2011

# 24 A Frined of Yours

Both Crosby and Sinatra recorded this song individually, but I can find no evidence of a duet. I suspect that both recordings achieved popularity in Australia, and thus both oof their names are on the credit. But since they are two separate recordings, I'm wondering if they shouldn't have separate listings.

You are almost certainly correct. Before the late 1950s it was common to list the "top 10 songs" without crediting them to any particular artist, when charts are retrospectively calculated (as the Kent chart was for Australia) the compiler might list the most popular versions. When we are faced with an artist entry of "Bing Crosby & Frank Sinatra" we can't tell if that is a duet or two different versions.

Anyway we've seperated these two out, thanks for the suggestion.