In December of , TouchTunes released its annual Year-End Charts reporting the top played songs and artists of It is the modern day jukebox. Their annual jukebox charts are based on music played by consumers across its domestic network of digital jukeboxes. That December it had been the 1 song on TouchTunes jukeboxes acro.
“Crazy” by Patsy Cline
Patsy Cline and Elvis Presley made history with their "Crazy" and "Hound Dog" records.
So I decided to see if that was still the case, and thanks to Newsweek and the Amusement and Music Operators Association , I was able to find a listing of the top 10 jukebox songs of all time. I am guessing for some readers the top 10 list below will bring back memories of sitting in a diner, flipping through the jukebox, putting in a quarter, and then listening to your song. I always thought it was a pretty cool technology, and I wish restaurants still had jukeboxes at each table. View all posts by Jim Borden. Like Like. Great songs!! Takes me back in time. Ken Burns has created so many fabulous documentaries. I miss those table jukeboxes.
Some songs stay in your head forever. The list starts, appropriately enough, with Carole King, who wrote well over hit songs between the s and the end of the last century. This breakup song is painfully honest, but the upbeat flip side of the double-sided single, "I Feel the Earth Move" —also a No. Paul Simon originally thought it would be "a little hymn," but this Grammy-winning song developed into a major production reminiscent of Phil Spector's Wall of Sound. Speaking of Phil Spector's Wall of Sound, here's a prime example. By tweaking the lyrics with a different point of view, Aretha turned Otis Redding's soul song into a feminist anthem. Anytime, anyplace, anywhere, any way—the "American Gigolo" theme was the year's top-selling single. Michael Jackson suggested that Queen release this track from "The Game" as a single, and it went on to sell more than 7 million copies. The song that ushered in Beatlemania.
On top of his work schedule, there are other demands on his time like his family and friends. I think it was Spencer Kimball who counselled that before marriage you should keep your eyes wide open and then after marriage keep your eyes half shut. Any advice from people who have gone through this would be awesome. I agree we shouldn't continue if we can't accept each other as we are. For an example of what this means - say you get hurt in a car accident. With minimal support on my side and going against everything I had grown up learning, I had to trust my relationship with God. Life will chuck all sorts of bouncers at you. In regards to my current situation, I feel like a lot of the time he doesn't understand that things like MCAT's and studying undergrad or med school come first. Heavenly Father will give you guidance if you listen with an open heart and contrite spirit as always. Find out what your partner thinks of as non-negotiable.