Song artist 86 - Harry James

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

# Artist Song Title Year Chart Entries
1 Harry James Sleepy Lagoon 1942 US Billboard 1 - 1942 (21 weeks), US 1940s 1 - Apr 1942 (18 weeks), US 1 for 4 weeks - Jun 1942, DZE 7 of 1942, UK 40s Sheet Music 10 - Jan 1940 (2 weeks), US invalid BB 12 of 1942, DDD 12 of 1942, POP 12 of 1942, Your Hit Parade 13 of 1942, Europe 45 of the 1940s (1941), nuTsie 68 of 1940s, Brazil 79 of 1944
2 Harry James I've Heard That Song Before 1943 US Billboard 1 - 1943 (25 weeks), US 1940s 1 - Dec 1942 (33 weeks), US 1 for 13 weeks - Mar 1943, DZE 1 of 1943, Oscar in 1942 (film 'Youth on Parade') (Nominated), US invalid BB 7 of 1943, POP 7 of 1943, Your Hit Parade 8 of 1943, DDD 16 of 1942, Brazil 52 of 1943, nuTsie 54 of 1940s, RYM 29 of 1943
3 Harry James I Had the Craziest Dream 1943 US Billboard 1 - Nov 1942 (22 weeks), US 1940s 1 - Dec 1942 (34 weeks), US 1 for 2 weeks - Feb 1943, Australia 1 for 1 month - Dec 1943, US invalid BB 18 of 1943, POP 21 of 1943, Your Hit Parade 22 of 1943, DDD 50 of 1942, Europe 53 of the 1940s (1943)
4 Harry James It's Been a Long, Long Time 1945 US Billboard 1 - Oct 1945 (17 weeks), US 1940s 1 - Oct 1945 (14 weeks), US 1 for 3 weeks - Nov 1945, Your Hit Parade 9 of 1945, DZE 9 of 1945, DDD 15 of 1945, POP 17 of 1945, Brazil 47 of 1946, Europe 47 of the 1940s (1945)
5 Harry James You Made Me Love You (I Didn't Want to Do It) 1941 Grammy Hall of Fame in 2010 (1941), US Billboard 5 - 1941 (18 weeks), US 1940s 5 - Nov 1941 (10 weeks), US invalid BB 7 of 1941, POP 7 of 1941, Your Hit Parade 8 of 1941, Europe 42 of the 1940s (1941), DDD 71 of 1941, Song of 1941
6 Harry James I'm Beginning to See The Light 1945 US Billboard 1 - Jan 1945 (19 weeks), US 1940s 4 - Feb 1945 (13 weeks), US invalid BB 5 of 1945, POP 5 of 1945, DDD 15 of 1944, Your Hit Parade 17 of 1945, Brazil 67 of 1945, Song of 1944
7 Harry James Mister Five By Five 1943 US Billboard 1 - Nov 1942 (13 weeks), US 1940s 2 - Nov 1942 (12 weeks), US invalid BB 17 of 1943, POP 19 of 1943, Brazil 85 of 1943, RYM 30 of 1943
8 Harry James I Don't Want to Walk Without You 1942 US Billboard 1 - 1942 (15 weeks), US 1940s 2 - Feb 1942 (13 weeks), US invalid BB 15 of 1942, POP 15 of 1942, Your Hit Parade 18 of 1942, DDD 40 of 1942
9 Harry James One Dozen Roses 1942 US Billboard 4 - 1942 (15 weeks), US 1940s 4 - Jun 1942 (10 weeks), Your Hit Parade 10 of 1942, DDD 81 of 1942, Brazil 89 of 1943
10 Harry James Cherry 1944 US Billboard 4 - Jan 1944 (10 weeks), US 1940s 10 - Jan 1944 (1 week), Your Hit Parade 20 of 1944, DDD 47 of 1943, Brazil 100 of 1945
11 Harry James I Can't Begin to Tell You 1946 Oscar in 1946 (film 'The Dolly Sisters') (Nominated), US Billboard 5 - Dec 1945 (12 weeks), US 1940s 9 - Jan 1946 (2 weeks), Brazil 69 of 1946
12 Harry James Velvet Moon 1943 US Billboard 2 - 1943 (16 weeks), US 1940s 2 - Apr 1943 (13 weeks), DDD 40 of 1943
13 Harry James I Heard You Cried Last Night 1943 US Billboard 2 - 1943 (21 weeks), US 1940s 4 - Jul 1943 (18 weeks), DDD 20 of 1943
14 Harry James I'll Buy That Dream 1945 US Billboard 2 - Sep 1945 (14 weeks), US 1940s 6 - Oct 1945 (7 weeks), DDD 19 of 1945
15 Harry James Two O'Clock Jump 1943 US invalid BB 4 of 1943, POP 12 of 1943, US Billboard 19 - 1943 (1 week), RYM 20 of 1943
16 Harry James Easter Parade 1942 US Billboard 11 - 1942 (2 weeks), Europe 52 of the 1940s (1942), DDD 94 of 1942
17 Harry James 11:60 Pm 1945 US Billboard 8 - Sep 1945 (4 weeks), US 1940s 8 - Sep 1945 (1 week), DDD 70 of 1945
18 Harry James Estrellita 1944 US Billboard 12 - Sep 1944 (3 weeks), DDD 88 of 1944, Brazil 95 of 1945
19 Harry James Music Makers 1941 US Billboard 9 - 1941 (5 weeks), US 1940s 9 - Apr 1941 (1 week), DDD 99 of 1941
20 Harry James Strictly Instrumental 1942 US Billboard 5 - 1942 (12 weeks), US 1940s 5 - Aug 1942 (7 weeks)
21 Harry James Heartaches 1947 US Billboard 4 - Apr 1947 (9 weeks), US 1940s 8 - Apr 1947 (3 weeks)
22 Harry James Do You Love Me? 1946 UK 40s Sheet Music 7 - Aug 1946 (16 weeks), US Billboard 15 - Jul 1946 (4 weeks)
23 Harry James One O'Clock Jump 1938 US Billboard 7 - 1938 (5 weeks), Your Hit Parade 18 of 1938
24 Harry James He's My Guy 1942 US Billboard 7 - 1942 (9 weeks), US 1940s 9 - Oct 1942 (1 week)
25 Harry James I Cried For You 1942 US Billboard 19 - 1942 (2 weeks), Brazil 65 of 1946
26 Harry James Manhattan Serenade 1942 US Billboard 9 - 1942 (4 weeks), US 1940s 9 - Nov 1942 (1 week)
27 Harry James Lament To Love 1941 US Billboard 10 - 1941 (1 week), US 1940s 10 - Aug 1941 (1 week)
28 Harry James Ruby 1953 US Billboard 20 - Jul 1953 (2 weeks), Italy 65 of 1953
29 Harry James Skylark 1942 US Billboard 11 - 1942 (4 weeks), DDD 38 of 1942
30 Harry James Flight of the Bumblebee 1940 US Billboard 20 - 1940 (3 weeks), DDD 52 of 1940
31 Harry James Prince Charming 1943 US Billboard 13 - 1943 (4 weeks), DDD 71 of 1943
32 Harry James Misirlou 1941 POP 20 of 1941, US Billboard 22 - 1941 (1 week)
33 Harry James Jump Town 1943 US Billboard 21 - Jan 1944 (2 weeks), DDD 88 of 1943
34 Harry James I'm Always Chasing Rainbows 1946 US Billboard 9 - Feb 1946 (4 weeks), DDD 74 of 1946
35 Harry James Memphis Blues 1944 US Billboard 15 - Jul 1944 (2 weeks), DDD 96 of 1944
36 Harry James Moonlight Becomes You 1943 US Billboard 15 - 1943 (4 weeks), RYM 29 of 1943
37 Harry James It's the Dreamer in Me 1938 US Billboard 9 - 1938 (3 weeks)
38 Harry James Don't Care Who Knows 1945 US Billboard 8 - Apr 1945 (1 week)
39 Harry James If I Loved You 1945 US Billboard 8 - Jul 1945 (3 weeks)
40 Harry James I Found a New Baby 1939 US Billboard 14 - 1939 (1 week)
41 Harry James Ciribiribin 1940 US Billboard 10 - 1940 (6 weeks)
42 Harry James Yah-Ta-Ta Yah-Ta-Ta 1945 US Billboard 11 - May 1945 (2 weeks)
43 Harry James The More I See You 1945 US Billboard 12 - May 1945 (3 weeks)
44 Harry James Three Coins in the Fountain 1955 Italy 31 of 1955
45 Harry James But Not For Me 1942 US Billboard 12 - 1942 (1 week)
46 Harry James Oh! But I Do 1947 US Billboard 12 - Jan 1947 (2 weeks)
47 Harry James Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out to Dry 1945 US Billboard 16 - Apr 1945 (1 week)
48 Harry James Autumn Serenade 1945 US Billboard 16 - Nov 1945 (2 weeks)
49 Harry James Daybreak 1942 US Billboard 17 - 1942 (2 weeks)
50 Harry James This is Always 1946 US Billboard 10 - Nov 1946 (2 weeks)
51 Harry James Jealousy (Jalousie) 1947 US Billboard 17 - Apr 1947 (1 week)
52 Harry James Flash 1943 US Billboard 19 - 1943 (1 week)
53 Harry James Stella by Starlight 1947 US Billboard 21 - May 1947 (1 week)
54 Harry James I Tipped My Hat (And Slowly Rode Away) 1947 US Billboard 21 - May 1947 (1 week)
55 Harry James Trumpet Rhapsody 1941 US Billboard 18 - 1941 (1 week)
56 Harry James The Devil Sat Down & Cried 1942 US Billboard 23 - 1942 (1 week)
57 Harry James I Still Get Jealous 1947 US Billboard 23 - Nov 1947 (1 week)
58 Harry James I Remember You 1942 US Billboard 24 - 1942 (1 week)
59 Harry James And Then It's Heaven 1946 US Billboard 13 - Sep 1946 (2 weeks)
60 Harry James Waitin' for the Train to Come In 1945 DDD 67 of 1945
61 Harry James Sleepy Time Gal 1944 US Billboard 21 - Aug 1944 (1 week)
62 Harry James Back Beat Boogie 1944 US Billboard 24 - Apr 1944 (1 week)
63 Harry James Who's Sorry Now? 1946 US Billboard 18 - Jun 1946 (2 weeks)
64 Harry James Mona Lisa 1950 US Billboard 14 - Aug 1950 (8 weeks)
65 Harry James The Mole 1941 DDD 82 of 1941
66 Harry James Lullaby In Boogie 1950 US CashBox 28 - Nov 1950 (1 week)
67 Harry James It's Funny to Everyone but Me 1939 RYM 64 of 1939
68 Harry James Life Goes To A Party 1937 Song of 1937
69 Harry James Trumpet blues & Cantabile 1950 RYM 152 of 1950
70 Harry James Concerto for Trumpet 1950 RYM 152 of 1950

In addition to the above listed songs Harry James also contributed to the following entries:

# Artist Song Title Year Chart Entries
1 Harry James & Dick Haymes I'll Get By (As Long As I Have You) 1944 US Billboard 1 - Apr 1944 (28 weeks), US 1940s 1 - Apr 1944 (21 weeks), US 1 for 4 weeks - Jun 1944, Your Hit Parade 2 of 1944, DZE 5 of 1944, Europe 41 of the 1940s (1944), Song of 1944
2 Frank Sinatra & Harry James Castle Rock 1951 US Billboard 8 - Sep 1951 (8 weeks), US CashBox 12 - Sep 1951 (17 weeks), RYM 130 of 1951
3 Doris Day & Harry James Would I Love You (Love You, Love You) 1951 US Billboard 10 - Mar 1951 (10 weeks), US 1940s 19 - Apr 1951 (1 week), RYM 76 of 1951
4 Rosemary Clooney & Harry James You'll Never Know 1952 US Billboard 18 - Jan 1953 (2 weeks), US CashBox 20 - Dec 1952 (12 weeks), RYM 116 of 1952
5 Doris Day & Harry James Lullaby of Broadway 1951 US CashBox 22 - Apr 1951 (5 weeks), RYM 76 of 1951

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7 May 2015

Double Listing - You Made Me Love You

#5 & #63 are the same.

Data fixed, thanks


1 Apr 2013

# 73 I Can't Begin to Tell You

This was also a # 5 Billboard Hit. If features a vocal by Betty Grablerecorded under the name of Ruth Haag. It was issued as Columbia 36867.

You are right, we've fixed the data thanks for the input


13 Mar 2013

Harry James band singer

Who was the female who sang Daddy with Harry James band?

We don't know. But Joan Merrill had a big hit with the song in 1941


2 Dec 2010

I TIPPED MY HAT 1947 HARRY JAMES+

WHERE CAN I BUY BY HARRY JAMES 1947 CD WITH THE SONG I TIPPED BY HAT

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