Song title 227 - You'll Never Know

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This page lists the chart runs for songs called "You'll Never Know" 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 Dick Haymes You'll Never Know 1943 US Billboard 1 - 1943 (18 weeks), US 1940s 1 - Jul 1943 (16 weeks), US 1 for 4 weeks - Jul 1943, Oscar in 1943 (film 'Hello, Frisco, Hello'), ASCAP song of 1943, UK 40s Sheet Music 3 - Aug 1943 (12 weeks), Your Hit Parade 4 of 1943, DZE 4 of 1943, DDD 8 of 1943, US invalid BB 16 of 1943, POP 17 of 1943, Brazil 18 of 1944, nuTsie 45 of 1940s, Europe 60 of the 1940s (1943)
2 Frank Sinatra You'll Never Know 1943 US Billboard 2 - 1943 (16 weeks), US 1940s 2 - Jul 1943 (13 weeks), RYM 17 of 1943
3 Vera Lynn You'll Never Know 1944 Australia 1 for 3 months - Feb 1944
4 Joe Loss Orchestra You'll Never Know 1944 Australia 1 for 3 months - Feb 1944
5 Willie Kelly & his Orchestra You'll Never Know 1943 US Billboard 6 - 1943 (5 weeks), US 1940s 6 - Jun 1943 (4 weeks)
6 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
7 Shirley Bassey You'll Never Know 1961 NZ Lever 4 - Jul 1961 (3 weeks), UK 6 - May 1961 (17 weeks), RYM 160 of 1961
8 Hi Gloss You'll Never Know 1981 UK 12 - Aug 1981 (13 weeks), Belgium 19 - Oct 1981 (3 weeks), Holland 21 - Sep 1981 (5 weeks)

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19 Jan 2017

you'll never know

Dick Haymes


19 Nov 2015

#6 - Shirley Bassey - You'll Never Know

Since the following Chart Entry is from 1943, I feel it should be removed fromthis 1961 recording and transferred to one of the 1943-1944 recordings (I'm not sure how you determine which one). 1. UK 40's Sheet Music - 3 - 12 weeks (Aug. 1943).

OK so Shirley Bassey is clearly wrong, the suggested alternate (in the original source) was Alma Cogan who also seems 10 years too late, other sources suggest Texas Jim Robertson or Harry James. Given the success that Dick Haymes had with it in the US we'll go with him

Thanks


24 May 2015

Double Listing

#5 - (The Song Spinners) should be combined with #1 (Dick Haymes). Per Wikipedia & Joel Whitburn they were the backup vocalists for Dick Haymes.

Data fixed, thanks

In fact we've also fixed "In My Arms", "It Can't Be Wrong", "Nature Boy", "Put Your Arms Around Me Honey" and "You Can't Be True, Dear",