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Top Songs Of 1981

Bette Davis Eyes, Kim Carnes
Endless Love, Diana Ross and Lionel Richie
Lady, Kenny Rogers
(Just Like) Starting Over, John Lennon
Jessie's Girl, Rick Springfield
Celebration, Kool and The Gang
Kiss On My List, Daryl Hall and John Oates
I Love a Rainy Night, Eddie Rabbitt
9 to 5, Dolly Parton
Keep On Loving You, REO Speedwagon
Theme from "Greatest American Hero", Joey Scarbury
Morning Train (Nine to Five), Sheena Easton
Being With You, Smokey Robinson
Queen of Hearts, Juice Newton
Rapture, Blondie
A Woman Needs Love, Ray Parker Jr. and Raydio
The Tide Is High, Blondie
Just the Two of Us, Grover Washington Jr.
Slow Hand, Pointer Sisters
I Love You, The Climax Blues Band
Woman, John Lennon
Sukiyaki, A Taste Of Honey
The Winner Takes It All, Abba
Stars On 45 Medley, Stars On 45
Angel of the Morning, Juice Newton 
Love On the Rocks, Neil Diamond
Every Woman In the World, Air Supply
The One That You Love, Air Supply
Guilty, Barbra Streisand and Barry Gibb
The Best of Times, Styx
Elvira, Oak Ridge Boys
Take It On the Run, REO Speedwagon
No Gettin' Over Me, Ronnie Milsap
Living Inside Myself, Gino Vannelli
Woman In Love, Barbra Streisand
Boy from New York City, Manhattan Transfer
Urgent, Foreigner
Passion, Rod Stewart
Lady (You Bring Me Up), Commodores
Crying, Don Mclean
Hearts, Marty Balin
It's My Turn, Diana Ross
You Make My Dreams, Daryl Hall and John Oates
I Don't Need You, Kenny Rogers
How 'Bout Us, Champaign
Hit Me With Your Best Shot, Pat Benatar
The Break Up Song, The Greg Kihn Band
Time, Alan Parsons Project
Hungry Heart, Bruce Springsteen
Sweetheart, Franke and The Knockouts
Somebody's Knockin', Terri Gibbs
More Than I Can Say, Leo Sayer
Together, Tierra
Too Much Time On My Hands, Styx
What Are We Doin' In Love, Dottie West
Who's Crying Now, Journey
De Do Do Do, de Da Da Da, The Police
This Little Girl, Gary "U.S." Bonds
Stop Draggin' My Heart Around, Stevie Nicks with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Giving It Up for Your Love, Delbert McClinton
A Little In Love, Cliff Richard
America, Neil Diamond
Ain't Even Done With the Night, John Cougar
Arthur's Theme, Christopher Cross
Another One Bites the Dust, Queen
Games People Play, Alan Parsons Project
I Can't Stand It, Eric Clapton
While You See a Chance, Steve Winwood
Master Blaster, Stevie Wonder
Hello Again, Neil Diamond
Don't Stand So Close to Me, The Police
Hey Nineteen, Steely Dan
I Ain't Gonna Stand for It, Stevie Wonder
All Those Years Ago, George Harrison
Step By Step, Eddie Rabbitt
The Stroke, Billy Squier
Feels So Right, Alabama
Sweet Baby, Stanley Clarke and George Duke
Same Old Lang Syne, Dan Fogelberg
Cool Love, Pablo Cruise
Hold On Tight, ELO
It's Now Or Never, John Schneider
Treat Me Right, Pat Benatar
Winning, Santana
What Kind of Fool, Barbra Streisand and Barry Gibb
Watching the Wheels, John Lennon
Tell It Like It Is, Heart
Smoky Mountain Rain, Ronnie Milsap
I Made It Through the Rain, Barry Manilow
You've Lost That Loving Feeling, Daryl Hall and John Oates
Suddenly, Olivia Newton-John and Cliff Richard
For Your Eyes Only, Sheena Easton
Beach Boys Medley, The Beach Boys
Whip It, Devo
Modern Girl, Sheena Easton
Really Want to Know You, Gary Wrigh
Seven Year Ache, Rosanne Cash
I'm Coming Out, Diana Ross
Miss Sun, Boz Scaggs
Time Is Time, Andy Gibb

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