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List of Adult Contemporary top 10 singles in 1984 (U.S.)

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This is a list of songs that have charted in the top ten of the Billboard Adult Contemporary in 1984.

Top-ten singles[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles which peaked in 1984
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Singles from 1983
December 17 "I Guess That's Why They Call It the Blues" Elton John 2 January 14 10
December 24 "Take a Chance" John Travolta & Olivia Newton-John 3 January 21 7
Singles from 1984
January 7 "The Sound of Goodbye" Crystal Gayle 10 January 7 2
January 14 "Joanna" Kool & the Gang 2 February 4 9
"Running with the Night" Lionel Richie 6 January 21 6
January 21 "Karma Chameleon" Culture Club 3 February 4 7
"Think of Laura" Christopher Cross 1 February 4 8
"An Innocent Man" Billy Joel 1 March 3 9
January 28 "I Still Can't Get Over Loving You" Ray Parker Jr. 10 January 28 2
February 4 "Almost Over You" Sheena Easton 4 March 3 8
February 11 "So Bad" Paul McCartney 3 March 3 8
"This Woman" Kenny Rogers 2 March 3 9
"That's All" Genesis 7 February 25 6
February 25 "Got a Hold on Me" Christine McVie 1 March 10 9
"You're Looking Like Love to Me" Peabo Bryson & Roberta Flack 5 March 24 6
March 17 "Hello" Lionel Richie 1 April 7 12
"I've Got a Crush on You" Linda Ronstadt & the Nelson Riddle Orchestra 7 March 24 4
"Unfaithfully Yours (One Love)" Stephen Bishop 4 April 21 7
March 24 "Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now)" Phil Collins 2 April 14 12
"To All the Girls I've Loved Before" Julio Iglesias & Willie Nelson 3 April 14 8
March 31 "Here Comes the Rain Again" Eurythmics 6 April 7 3
April 7 "Don't Answer Me" The Alan Parsons Project 4 May 5 6
"The Longest Time" Billy Joel 1 May 19 11
April 14 "We're Going All the Way" Jeffrey Osborne 6 May 5 5
April 21 "Terms of Endearment" Michael Gore 5 May 12 6
April 28 "Mystery" The Manhattan Transfer 6 May 19 6
May 5 "There's No Easy Way" James Ingram 7 May 19 6
May 12 "Time After Time" Cyndi Lauper 1 June 2 10
May 19 "Let's Hear It for the Boy" Deniece Williams 3 June 2 7
"Eyes That See in the Dark" Kenny Rogers 4 June 9 6
"Believe in Me" Dan Fogelberg 1 June 23 10
June 2 "Just Another Woman in Love" Anne Murray 7 June 16 5
June 9 "It's a Miracle" Culture Club 8 June 16 4
"I Pretend" Kim Carnes 9 June 16 3
June 16 "If Ever You're in My Arms Again" Peabo Bryson 1 July 7 12
"Almost Paradise" Mike Reno & Ann Wilson 1 June 30 8
June 23 "When We Make Love" Alabama 8 July 7 4
June 30 "Self Control" Laura Branigan 5 July 7 4
"Sad Songs (Say So Much)" Elton John 2 July 14 11
July 7 "Stuck on You" Lionel Richie 1 August 4 13
"Simple" Johnny Mathis 6 July 21 6
July 14 "Alibis" Sergio Mendes 5 July 28 6
July 21 "A Little Love" Juice Newton 7 July 28 3
"Prime Time" The Alan Parsons Project 10 July 21 2
July 28 "Leave a Tender Moment Alone" Billy Joel 1 September 8 11
"All of You" Julio Iglesias & Diana Ross 2 September 8 9
August 4 "Hold Me" Teddy Pendergrass & Whitney Houston 6 August 18 6
August 11 "I Can Dream About You" Dan Hartman 7 August 18 3
August 18 "What's Love Got to Do with It" Tina Turner 8 August 25 6
August 25 "Turn Around" Neil Diamond 4 September 15 8
September 1 "Drive" The Cars 1 September 22 9
"If This Is It" Huey Lewis & the News 5 September 22 7
September 8 "I Just Called to Say I Love You" Stevie Wonder 1 October 13 12
September 15 "Hard Habit to Break" Chicago 3 September 29 9
"Missing You" John Waite 7 September 29 5
September 29 "What About Me?" Kenny Rogers featuring Kim Carnes & James Ingram 1 November 3 10
"In The Name of Love" Ralph MacDonald & Bill Withers 6 October 13 5
October 6 "You Were Made for Me" Irene Cara 10 October 6 2
October 13 "Left in the Dark" Barbara Streisand 4 November 3 5
October 20 "Penny Lover" Lionel Richie 1 November 17 11
"Shine, Shine" Barry Gibb 8 October 20 2
"On the Wings of a Nightingale" The Everly Brothers 9 October 20 3
"Desert Moon" Dennis DeYoung 4 November 10 6
November 3 "Caribbean Queen (No More Love on the Run)" Billy Ocean 7 November 3 2
"Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" Wham! 4 November 24 6
"No More Lonely Nights" Paul McCartney 2 November 24 11
November 10 "Nobody Loves Me Like You Do" Anne Murray & Dave Loggins 10 November 10 2
November 17 "All Through the Night" Cyndi Lauper 4 December 1 8
"Sea of Love" The Honeydrippers 1 December 15 10
"Out of Touch" Hall & Oates 8 November 24 4
November 24 "After All" Al Jarreau 6 December 8 4
December 1 "Do What You Do" Jermaine Jackson 1 December 22 11

1983 peaks[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles in 1984 which peaked in 1983
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November 5 "Say Say Say" Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson 3 December 17 11
"The Way He Makes Me Feel" Barbara Streisand 1 December 10 12
November 19 "Break My Stride" Matthew Wilder 4 December 17 11
November 26 "What's New" Linda Ronstadt 5 December 3 8
December 3 "Read 'Em and Weep" Barry Manilow 1 December 24 10
"Say It Isn't So" Hall & Oates 8 December 17 6
December 24 "Make Believe It's Your First Time" The Carpenters 7 December 24 3

1985 peaks[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles in 1984 which peaked in 1985
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December 1 "All I Need" Jack Wagner 1 January 12 13
December 8 "Valotte" Julian Lennon 4 January 12 7
December 15 "When October Goes" Barry Manilow 6 January 12 5
"You're the Inspiration" Chicago 1 January 26 11
December 22 "Understanding" Bob Seger 7 January 12 5

See also[edit]

  • List of number-one adult contemporary singles of 1984 (U.S.)

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