One Hit Wonders of the ’80s: 1980 – The Rest

“With You I’m Born Again”
by Syreeta
peaked at #4 on April 19, 1980

“Set Me Free”
by Utopia
peaked at #27 on April 19, 1980

“The Seduction (Love Theme from American Gigolo)”
by James Last Band
peaked at #28 on May 24, 1980

“Should’ve Never Let You Go”
by Dara Sedaka
peaked at #19 on May 31, 1980

“Wondering Where the Lions Are”
by Bruce Cockburn
peaked at #21 on June 7, 1980

“New Romance (It’s a Mystery)”
by Spider
peaked at #39 on June 7, 1980

“King of the Hill”
by Rick Pinette and Oak
peaked at #36 on July 19, 1980

“A Lover’s Holiday”
by Change
peaked at #40 on July 19, 1980

“Tired of Toein’ the Line”
by Rocky Burnette
peaked at #8 on July 26, 1980

“Take Your Time (Do It Right) Part 1”
by The S.O.S. Band
peaked at #3 on August 16, 1980

“Take a Little Rhythm”
by Ali Thomson
peaked at #15 on August 23, 1980

“One in a Million You”
by Larry Graham
peaked at #9 on September 20, 1980

“How Do I Survive”
by Amy Holland
peaked at #22 on October 11, 1980

“Who’ll Be the Fool Tonight”
by The Larsen-Feiten Band
peaked at #29 on October 11, 1980

“I’m Happy That Love Has Found You”
by Jimmy Hall
peaked at #27 on November 22, 1980

“Everybody’s Got to Learn Sometime”
by The Korgis
peaked at #18 on December 27, 1980

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2 thoughts on “One Hit Wonders of the ’80s: 1980 – The Rest”

  1. Well, I remember “With You I’m Born Again,” “Take Your Time” (loved that one), “Take A Little Rhythm” and “One In A Million You.”

    Some of those were pretty good. Let’s hear them on the radio!

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