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U.S. #1 Hits from A to Z - The Letter "Y"

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All of the following songs were all #1 U.S. hits that start with the letter "Y". Sounds easy enough, right? Let's just hope that I can pull this off for most of the alphabet. I am hoping that I can get at least 20 out of the possible 26 letters. I believe that I am finally done with this theme. I have done my part and now it's up to you to take the next step. Good luck and start quizzing!

Question 1:


This female singer had a #1 song in 1987 with a remake of The Supremes 1966 hit "You Keep Me Hangin' On".
Kim Wilde
Kylie Minogue
Samantha Sang
Samantha Fox

Question 2:


The song "You Light Up My Life" was a massive hit song for this singer in 1977.
Debbie Reynolds
Peter Noone
Melissa Manchester
Debby Boone

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"You Make Me Feel Like Dancing" was a colossal hit song for this singer in 1977.
Robert John
Leo Sayer
Al Stewart
Billy Vera


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Question 4:


"(You're) Having My Baby" was a colossal hit song for Paul Anka and this female singer in 1974.
Freda Payne
Loleeta Holloway
Odia Coates
Tammi Terrell

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The song "You Don't Have to Be A Star (To Be In My Show)" was a big hit song for this duet in 1977.
Paul Williams and Shirley Bassey
Joe Lagalante and Jackie P.
Luther Ingram and Jean Wright
Billy Davis Jr. And Marilyn McCoo


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Question 6:


The song "Yakety Yak" was the first ever #1 hit for this band in 1958.
The Delfonics
The Elgins
The Coasters
The Drifters

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This singer gave us the smash hit song "You're No Good" in the year 1975.
Anne Murray
Linda Ronstadt
Carly Simon
Carole King


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Question 8:


The song "You Should Be Dancing" was a big hit song for this group in 1976.
Wild Cherry
The Trampps
The Steve Miller Band
The Bee Gees

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The song "You've Got a Friend" was the first ever #1 U.S. hit for this singer in 1971.
Livingston Taylor
James Brown
James Taylor
Charley Pride


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Question 10:


This former "Beatle" gave us the hit song from 1974 called "You're Sixteen".
John Lennon
George Harrison
Paul McCartney
Ringo Starr

 


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