Song artist 335 - Gene Autry

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

# Artist Song Title Year Chart Entries
1 Gene Autry Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer 1949 US Billboard 1 - Dec 1949 (6 weeks), US 1940s 1 - Dec 1949 (13 weeks), US 1 for 1 week - Jan 1949, Radio Luxembourg sheet music 1 for 6 weeks - Nov 1950, Grammy Hall of Fame in 1985 (1949), ASCAP song of 1949, US CashBox 3 - Jan 1950 (7 weeks), US Gold (certified by RIAA in Nov 1969), Music Imprint 9 of 1940s, nuTsie 11 of 1940s, DMDB 22 (1949), DDD 29 of 1949, RIAA 31, Acclaimed 1051 (1949), RYM 4 of 1949, Global 33 (5 M sold) - 1949
2 Gene Autry Back in the Saddle Again 1939 Grammy Hall of Fame in 1997 (1939), Music Imprint 5 of 1930s, nuTsie 47 of 1930s, RIAA 98, Acclaimed 491 (1939), RYM 7 of 1939, Song of 1938, Guardian Folk/ World 13
3 Gene Autry Deep in the Heart of Texas 1942 Australia 1 for 2 months - Dec 1943, Grammy Hall of Fame in 2012 (1942)
4 Gene Autry Buttons & Bows 1948 Australia 1 for 12 weeks - Jan 1949, US Billboard 17 - Nov 1948 (3 weeks)
5 Gene Autry At Mail Call Today 1945 US Country 1 for 7 weeks - May 1945, DDD 85 of 1945
6 Gene Autry Frosty the Snowman 1950 US Billboard 7 - Dec 1950 (6 weeks), US 1940s 7 - Dec 1950 (4 weeks), US CashBox 11 - Dec 1950 (6 weeks), RYM 77 of 1950
7 Gene Autry Peter Cottontail 1950 US Billboard 5 - Apr 1950 (5 weeks), US 1940s 5 - Apr 1950 (6 weeks), US CashBox 11 - Mar 1950 (13 weeks)
8 Gene Autry Here Comes Santa Claus 1947 US Billboard 8 - Dec 1948 (5 weeks), US 1940s 8 - Dec 1947 (7 weeks), RYM 15 of 1947
9 Gene Autry The Last Round-Up 1933 US Billboard 12 - 1933 (2 weeks), nuTsie 81 of 1930s, RYM 62 of 1933
10 Gene Autry You Are My Sunshine 1941 US Billboard 23 - 1941 (1 week), DDD 78 of 1941, RYM 8 of 1941, Song of 1941
11 Gene Autry Be Honest with Me 1941 Oscar in 1941 (film 'Ridin' on a Rainbow') (Nominated), US Billboard 23 - 1941 (1 week)
12 Gene Autry (I Got Spurs That) Jingle, Jangle, Jingle 1942 US Billboard 14 - 1942 (1 week), nuTsie 19 of 1940s
13 Gene Autry Tweedle-O-Twill 1943 US Billboard 20 - Jan 1944 (1 week), DDD 67 of 1943
14 Gene Autry Tumbling Tumbleweeds 1935 US Billboard 10 - 1935 (5 weeks), RYM 81 of 1935
15 Gene Autry South of the Border (Down Mexico Way) 1939 US Billboard 12 - 1939 (4 weeks), RYM 96 of 1939
16 Gene Autry Sierra Sue 1940 UK 40s Sheet Music 4 - Jan 1940 (4 weeks)
17 Gene Autry Ole Faithful 1935 US Billboard 10 - 1935 (7 weeks)
18 Gene Autry Goodbye Little Darlin' Goodbye 1940 US Billboard 20 - 1940 (2 weeks)
19 Gene Autry Do Right Daddy Blues 1931 RYM 31 of 1931, Song of 1931
20 Gene Autry Little Old Band of Gold 1939 RYM 7 of 1939
21 Gene Autry You're the Only Star (In My Blue Heaven) 1936 RYM 15 of 1936
22 Gene Autry Mexicali Rose 1936 RYM 15 of 1936
23 Gene Autry Dallas County Jail Blues 1931 RYM 31 of 1931
24 Gene Autry Good Luck Old Pal Till We Meet Bye & Bye 1933 RYM 41 of 1933
25 Gene Autry When Jimmie Rodgers Said Goodbye 1933 RYM 41 of 1933
26 Gene Autry The Life of Jimmie Rodgers 1933 RYM 42 of 1933
27 Gene Autry The Death of Jimmie Rodgers 1933 RYM 42 of 1933
28 Gene Autry True Blue Bill 1931 RYM 51 of 1931
29 Gene Autry A Gangster's Warning 1931 RYM 51 of 1931
30 Gene Autry Pistol Packin' Papa 1931 RYM 52 of 1931
31 Gene Autry Bear Cat Papa Blues 1931 RYM 52 of 1931
32 Gene Autry She Wouldn't Do It 1931 RYM 53 of 1931
33 Gene Autry Money Ain't No Use Anyhow 1931 RYM 53 of 1931
34 Gene Autry Moonlight & Skies 1932 RYM 60 of 1932
35 Gene Autry There's a Good Girl in the Mountains 1932 RYM 60 of 1932
36 Gene Autry If You'll Let Me Be Your Little Sweetheart 1933 RYM 61 of 1933
37 Gene Autry That Old Feather Bed on the Farm 1933 RYM 61 of 1933
38 Gene Autry Way Out West in Texas 1933 RYM 62 of 1933
39 Gene Autry Cowboy's Heaven 1933 RYM 65 of 1933
40 Gene Autry If I Could Bring Back My Buddy 1933 RYM 65 of 1933
41 Gene Autry Mississippi Valley Blues 1931 RYM 65 of 1931
42 Gene Autry Old Folks Back Home 1933 RYM 66 of 1933
43 Gene Autry Answer to Twenty-One Years 1933 RYM 66 of 1933
44 Gene Autry Death of Mother Jones 1931 RYM 74 of 1931
45 Gene Autry Dad in the Hills 1931 RYM 74 of 1931
46 Gene Autry I'll Always Be a Rambler 1931 RYM 75 of 1931
47 Gene Autry TB Blues 1931 RYM 75 of 1931
48 Gene Autry I'm Atlanta Bound 1931 RYM 76 of 1931
49 Gene Autry Jail House Bound 1931 RYM 76 of 1931
50 Gene Autry High Steppin' Mama Blues 1931 RYM 77 of 1931
51 Gene Autry Wild Cat Mama Blues 1931 RYM 77 of 1931
52 Gene Autry Old Missouri Moon 1935 RYM 81 of 1935
53 Gene Autry Yodeling Hobo 1931 RYM 81 of 1931
54 Gene Autry He's In the Jailhouse Now No.2 1931 RYM 81 of 1931
55 Gene Autry Down in the Land of the Zulu 1937 RYM 75 of 1937
56 Gene Autry It's Roundup Time in Reno 1937 RYM 75 of 1937
57 Gene Autry That's Why I'm Nobody's Darling 1937 RYM 80 of 1937
58 Gene Autry The Convict's Dream 1937 RYM 80 of 1937
59 Gene Autry A Goldmine in Your Heart 1939 RYM 96 of 1939
60 Gene Autry Guns & Guitars 1937 RYM 103 of 1937
61 Gene Autry Red River Lullaby 1937 RYM 103 of 1937
62 Gene Autry Rhythm of the Range 1937 RYM 104 of 1937
63 Gene Autry Old Buckaroo Goodbye 1937 RYM 104 of 1937
64 Gene Autry I Hate to Say Goodbye to the Prairie 1937 RYM 105 of 1937
65 Gene Autry The One Rose 1937 RYM 105 of 1937
66 Gene Autry If It Doesn't Snow on Christmas 1949 RYM 4 of 1949
67 Gene Autry Cowboy's Trademarks 1949 RYM 5 of 1949
68 Gene Autry (Ghost) Riders in the Sky 1949 RYM 5 of 1949
69 Gene Autry Blueberry Hill 1940 RYM 25 of 1940
70 Gene Autry Sycamore Lane 1940 RYM 25 of 1940
71 Gene Autry Don't Live a Lie 1945 RYM 57 of 1945
72 Gene Autry I Want to be Sure 1945 RYM 57 of 1945
73 Gene Autry Good Old Fashioned Hoedown 1945 RYM 58 of 1945
74 Gene Autry Silver Spurs 1945 RYM 58 of 1945
75 Gene Autry Home on the Range 1947 RYM 5 of 1947
76 Gene Autry Red River Valley 1947 RYM 5 of 1947
77 Gene Autry An Old Fashioned Tree 1947 RYM 15 of 1947
78 Gene Autry Private Buckaroo 1942 RYM 64 of 1942
79 Gene Autry Rainbow on the Rio Colorado 1942 RYM 64 of 1942
80 Gene Autry Call Me & I'll Be There 1942 RYM 107 of 1942
81 Gene Autry Yesterday's Roses 1942 RYM 107 of 1942
82 Gene Autry It Makes No Difference Now 1941 RYM 8 of 1941
83 Gene Autry When Santa Claus Gets Your Letter 1950 RYM 77 of 1950

In addition to the above listed songs Gene Autry also contributed to the following entries:

# Artist Song Title Year Chart Entries
1 Gene Autry & Jimmy Long That Silver Haired Daddy of Mine 1931 US Billboard 7 - 1935 (5 weeks), RYM 65 of 1931
2 Rosemary Clooney & Gene Autry 'Twas The Night Before Christmas 1952 US Billboard 9 - Dec 1952 (2 weeks)
3 Gene Autry & Jimmy Long Yellow Rose of Texas 1933 RYM 14 of 1933
4 Gene Autry & Jimmy Long Little Old Ranch House of Circle B 1933 RYM 14 of 1933
5 Gene Autry & Jimmy Long That Old Ramshackle Shack 1932 RYM 22 of 1932
6 Gene Autry & Jimmy Long Back to Old Smoky Mountain 1932 RYM 22 of 1932
7 Gene Autry & Jimmy Long I'm Always Dreaming of You 1932 RYM 48 of 1932
8 Gene Autry & Jimmy Long The Crime I Didn't Do 1932 RYM 48 of 1932
9 Gene Autry & Jimmy Long Why Don't You Come Back to Me? 1931 RYM 60 of 1931
10 Gene Autry & Jimmy Long My Old Pal of Yesterday 1931 RYM 60 of 1931
11 Gene Autry & Jimmy Long My Alabama Home 1932 RYM 64 of 1932
12 Gene Autry & Jimmy Long Missouri Is Calling 1932 RYM 64 of 1932
13 Gene Autry & Jimmy Long Have You Found Someone Else? 1932 RYM 69 of 1932
14 Gene Autry & Jimmy Long Alone With My Sorrows 1932 RYM 69 of 1932

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8 Aug 2015

There's a Good Girl in the Mountains

Hi,

There's a Good Girl in the Mountains - correct: There's a Good Gal in the Mountains

Cheers Walter

You need to read the FAQ about song titles.


22 Nov 2011

Looking for song...

on one of his christmas albums - "Santa Clause is coming in a whirlibird"... which album is it on?? And where can I get it?

First of all we only list hits on this site, and that song was never a hit. Secondly the most widely noted version of the song was by Gene Autry not Pat Boone.

So the answer is we don't know.