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Top 100 Hits of 1957/Top 100 Songs of 1957


Billboard Year-End Hot 100 chart for 1957. For detailed information on how Billboard compiled the charts, see the Wikipedia article "Billboard Hot 100".


1. All Shook Up - Elvis Presley

2. Love Letters In Sand - Pat Boone

3. Little Darlin' - The Diamonds

4. Young Love - Tab Hunter

5. So Rare - Jimmy Dorsey

6. Don't Forbid Me - Pat Boone

7. Singing the Blues - Guy Mitchell

8. Young Love - Sonny James

9. Too Much - Elvis Presley

10. Round And Round - Perry Como

11. Bye Bye Love - The Everly Brothers

12. Tammy - Debbie Reynolds

13. Party Doll - Buddy Knox

14. (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear - Elvis Presley

15. Banana Boat Song (Day-O) - Harry Belafonte

16. Jailhouse Rock - Elvis Presley

17. A White Sport Coat (And a Pink Carnation) - Marty Robbins

18. Come Go With Me - The Del Vikings

20. You Send Me - Sam Cooke

21. Searchin' - The Coasters

22. School Day (Ring Ring Goes the Bell) - Chuck Berry

23. Gone - Ferlin Husky

24. Diana - Paul Anka

25. A Teenager's Romance - Ricky Nelson

26. The Banana Boat Song - Tarriers

27. Honeycomb - Jimmie Rodgers

28. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On - Jerry Lee Lewis

29. Dark Moon - Gale Storm

30. That'll Be the Day - The Crickets

31. Butterfly - Charlie Gracie

32. Moonlight Gambler - Frankie Laine

33. Teenage Crush - Tommy Sands

34. It's Not For Me to Say - Johnny Mathis

35. Silhouettes - The Rays

36. Butterfly - Andy Williams

37. Marianne - Terry Gilkyson

38. I'm Walkin' - Fats Domino

39. Chances Are - Johnny Mathis

40. Send for Me - Nat King Cole

41. Rainbow - Russ Hamilton

42. Be-Bop Baby - Ricky Nelson

43. Short Fat Fanny - Larry Williams

44. The Green Door - Jim Lowe

45. I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter - Billy Williams

46. Old Cape Cod - Patti Page

47. Mr. Lee - The Bobbettes

48. Blueberry Hill - Fats Domino

49. Whispering Bells - The Del Vikings

50. Blue Monday - Fats Domino

51. Wonderful! Wonderful! - Johnny Mathis

52. Fascination - Jane Morgan and the Troubadours

53. My Special Angel - Bobby Helms

54. Star Dust - Billy Ward & His Dominoes

55. Raunchy - Bill Justis

56. Love Me Tender - Elvis Presley

57. Jamaica Farewell - Harry Belafonte

58. Why Baby Why - Pat Boone

59. I Dreamed - Betty Johnson

60. Hula Love - Buddy Knox

61. Happy, Happy Birthday Baby - The Tune Weavers

62. Since I Met You Baby - Ivory Joe Hunter

63. Four Walls - Jim Reeves

64. Rock-a-Bye Your Baby With a Dixie Melody - Jerry Lewis

65. Around the World - Mantovani

66. In the Middle of an Island - Tony Bennett

67. Over the Mountain Across the Sea - Johnnie & Joe

68. Marianne - The Hilltoppers

69. White Silver Sands - Don Rondo

70. Who Needs You - The Four Lads

71. Melodie d'Amour (Melody of Love) - The Ames Brothers

72. Little Bitty Pretty One - Thurston Harris

73. Party Doll - Steve Lawrence

74. Young Blood - The Coasters

75. Around the World - Victor Young

76. I Like Your Kind of Love - Andy Williams

77. Dark Moon - Bonnie Guitar

78. Love Is Strange - Mickey & Sylvia

79. Rock And Roll Music - Chuck Berry

80. Jenny Jenny - Little Richard

81. Bernardine - Pat Boone

82. Keep a Knockin' - Little Richard

83. Start Movin' (In My Direction) - Sal Mineo

84. C.C. Rider - Chuck Willis

85. Lotta Lovin' - Gene Vincent

86. Raunchy - Ernie Freeman

87. Valley of Tears - Fats Domino

88. Remember You're Mine - Pat Boone

89. Rock A Billy - Guy Mitchell

90. I'm Available - Margie Rayburn

91. Bony Maronie - Larry Williams

92. Mama, Look At Bubu - Harry Belafonte

93. Gonna Get Along Without Ya Now - Patience & Prudence

94. Jim Dandy - Lavern Baker

95. Gonna Find Me a Bluebird - Marvin Rainwater

96. Shangri-la - The Four Coins

97. Freight Train - Rusty Draper

98. Loving You - Elvis Presley

99. I'm Stickin' with You - Jimmy Bowen

100. Black Slacks - Joe Bennett & the Sparkletone

NOTE: We do NOT sell compilations of any of these songs, nor are we aware of anyone who makes even a Top 25 compilation of each year. However, many of the songs are available from iTunes. A link is provided for those songs so you can order them through the iTunes Store if desired.