Song title 831 - Your Song

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This page lists the chart runs for songs called "Your Song" 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 Elton John Your Song 1971 Grammy Hall of Fame in 1998 (1970), Keener 3 - Nov 1970 (11 weeks), France 3 - Mar 1971 (3 weeks), Canada 4 - Dec 1970 (9 weeks), DDD 4 of 1970, Record World 6 - 1971, UK 7 - Jan 1971 (15 weeks), US Billboard 8 - Nov 1970 (14 weeks), Holland 10 - Feb 1971 (5 weeks), Norway 10 - Apr 2007 (5 weeks), Australia Goset 10 - Feb 1971 (16 weeks), Belgium 11 - Feb 1971 (5 weeks), nuTsie 21 of 1970s, OzNet 23, D.Marsh 28 of 1970, Scrobulate 33 of 70s, KQV 42 of 1971, US Radio 61 of 1971 (peak 8 7 weeks), US CashBox 74 of 1971, WABC NY 76 of 1971, Japan (Tokyo) 76 - Nov 1988 (3 weeks), Rolling Stone 136, WXPN 163, Belgium 200 of all time, Acclaimed 250 (1970), RYM 30 of 1971, one of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 500
2 Rod Stewart Your Song 1992 Japan (Tokyo) 15 - Nov 1991 (13 weeks), UK 41 - Apr 1992 (4 weeks), US Billboard 48 - Apr 1992 (9 weeks)
3 Billy Paul Your Song 1973 Brazil 10 of 1973, UK 37 - Jul 1977 (7 weeks), RYM 47 of 1972
4 Elton John & Alessandro Safina Your Song 2002 UK 4 - Jul 2002 (10 weeks), Scrobulate 41 of ballad
5 Love Psychedelico Your Song 2000 Japan (Tokyo) 12 - Jun 2000 (15 weeks), Japan (Osaku) 22 of 2000 (peak 7 22 weeks)
6 Ellie Goulding Your Song 2010 UK 2 - Nov 2010 (33 weeks)
7 Ewan McGregor & Alessandro Safina Your Song 2001 Japan (Tokyo) 96 - Dec 2001 (1 week)
8 Al Jarreau Your Song 1994 Japan (Tokyo) 96 - Jun 1994 (2 weeks)
9 Jungle Your Song 1997 Switzerland 34 - Sep 1997 (4 weeks)

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12 Dec 2012

not ewan

The details of #2 here refer to the Elton John's own re-recording, with Alessandro Safina, which was a Sport Relief single, rather than Ewan McGregor's version from the "Moulin Rouge" soundtrack, which also, I believe, featured A.S.

Checking in the original sources we think that you are correct for the UK hit (and we suspect the Scrobulate one), however we think the Tokyo hit was the version with Ewan McGregor. We've changed the data to reflect your correction

Thanks for the input