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There’s A Heartache Following me
by Jim Reeves
Number 6 today in 1964 There’s A heartache Following Me had moved 2 places from Number 8 to Number 6 It peaked there before sliding down and out of the charts

Number 1 Was The Beatles with I feel fine which leapt up from Number 6 to the top spot replacing The Rolling Stones and Little Red Rooster that fell to Number 3. Number 2 was Gene Pitney’s i”m Gonna be Strong which remained there Last weeks Number 3 was Baby Love By The Supremes the fell 5 places to Number 8 I Feel Fine would be the Christmas Number 1 in 1964 and the first Number 1 of 1965 too.

At the bottom of the Chart was How Soon by Henri Mancini it was on its way out of the chart falling 3 places from Number 47 it had peaked at Number 10.

Highest New Entry was I Could Easy Fall by Cliff Richard which entered the chart at Number 20 it climbed up to Number 6 before stalling

Biggest Mover of 30 places was No Arms Could Ever Hold You by The Bachelors which hit Number 16 moving up from Number 46 It climbed up to Number 7 before peaking there

1964 - United States
Posted: 13th December 2019
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