Welcome to 1989 1 Chicago Look Away 2 Bobby Brown My Prerogative 3 Poison Every Rose Has Its Thorn 4 Paula Abdul Straight Up 5 Janet Jackson Miss You Much 6 Paula Abdul Cold Hearted 7 Bette Midler Wind Beneath My Wings 8 Milli Vanilli Girl You Know Its True 9 Will To Power [The number of songs listed on the chart varied in the early years before becoming a top 100 chart in 1956. View a list of the top 100 hit songs in the US in 1989 and listen to a short countdown medley of the top billboard top 100 country songs of 1989
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53 rows The Real Hot 100 Billboard 200 Festivals Latin Podcasts Pop R& BHipHop Chart Beat. Billboard Charts Archive Hot Country Songs 1989 Archive. Issue Top Country Songs of 1989# 1: You Got It by Roy Orbison# 2: Jackie Brown by John Mellencamp# 3: Nobody's Home by Clint Black# 4: If Tomorrow Never Comes by Garth Brooks# 5: Southern Star by Alabama# 6: Young Love (Strong Love) by The Judds# 7: Yellow Roses by Dolly Parton# 8: Why'd You Come in Herebillboard top 100 country songs of 1989 Find the top 100 Country songs for the year of 1989 and listen to them all! Can you guess the number one Country song in 1989? Find out now! Find the top 100 Country songs for the year of 1989 and listen to them all! Can you guess the number one Country song in 1989? Find out now!
List of Billboard Hot 100 numberone singles of 1989. Janet Jackson (pictured) achieving four weeks at the top. 1989 ties with 1988 by having the second most# 1 hits with 32 songs going to number one. billboard top 100 country songs of 1989 Billboard YearEnd Hot 100 singles of 1989. Jump to navigation Jump to search. This is a list of Billboard magazine's Top Hot 100 songs of 1989. No. Title Artist(s) 1 Look Away Chicago: 2 My Prerogative Bobby Brown: 3 Every Rose Has Its Thorn Poison: 4 Straight Up Paula Abdul: 5 List of Hot Country Singles number ones of 1989. Alabama, George Strait, Randy Travis, Rodney Crowell, Shenandoah and The Judds each reached number one with three different songs in 1989. As one of Shenandoah's songs spent a second week at number one, this meant that the band was the only act to spend four weeks in the top spot during Top 100 Hits of 1989Top 100 Songs of 1989 Billboard YearEnd Hot 100 chart for 1989. For detailed information on how Billboard compiled the charts, see the Wikipedia article Billboard Hot 100 . Billboard Top Country Hits: 1989 presents the original hit versions of that year's top ten country singles, including Ronnie Milsap's A Woman in Love, Patty Loveless Timber, I'm Falling in Love, Shenandoah's The Church on Cumberland Road, and Highway 101's Who's Lonely Now. Overall, Billboard Top Country Hits: 1989 is an enjoyable tensong