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List of Adult Contemporary top 10 singles in 1989 (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 1989.

Top-ten singles[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles which peaked in 1989
Top ten

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Single Artist(s) Peak Peak date Weeks in

top ten

Singles from 1988
December 3 "Silhouette" Kenny G 2 January 14 9
December 17 "I Remember Holding You" Boys Club 4 January 21 8
December 24 "As Long as You Follow" Fleetwood Mac 1 January 28 8
"Put a Little Love in Your Heart" Annie Lennox & Al Green 2 February 4 8
Singles from 1989
January 14 "Holding On" Steve Winwood 1 February 4 8
January 21 "New Day for You" Basia 5 February 4 4
"Soul Searchin'" Glenn Frey 5 February 11 5
January 28 "Wild World" Maxi Priest 10 January 28 1
February 4 "Don't Rush Me" Taylor Dayne 3 February 11 5
"When I'm with You" Sheriff 1 February 18 7
"My Heart Can't Tell You No" Rod Stewart 3 February 25 8
February 11 "The Living Years"[A] Mike & the Mechanics 1 February 25 11
February 18 "She Wants to Dance with Me" Rick Astley 5 February 18 4
"As Long as We Got Each Other" Steve Dorff 7 February 18 2
"All This Time" Tiffany 10 February 18 1
February 25 "You Got It" Roy Orbison 1 March 25 11
"Just Because" Anita Baker 4 March 11 6
"Lost in Your Eyes" Debbie Gibson 3 March 11 7
March 4 "This Time" Neil Diamond 9 March 4 2
March 11 "We've Saved the Best for Last" Kenny G 4 April 8 7
"Dreamin'" Vanessa Williams 2 April 8 9
March 18 "Eternal Flame" The Bangles 1 April 8 8
"Don't Tell Me Lies" Breathe 5 April 8 5
March 25 "You're Not Alone" Chicago 9 March 25 2
April 1 "Wind Beneath My Wings" Bette Midler 2 April 15 11
April 8 "Heaven Help Me" Deon Estus 3 April 22 6
"After All" Cher & Peter Cetera 1 April 22 11
April 15 "Second Chance"[B] 38 Special 1 May 20 11
"Like a Prayer" Madonna 3 May 13 7
April 29 "Orinoco Flow" Enya 7 May 6 4
May 6 "Miss You Like Crazy" Natalie Cole 1 June 3 10
May 13 "Through the Storm" Aretha Franklin 3 June 3 7
"Everlasting Love" Howard Jones 1 June 10 10
"Promises" Basia 8 May 27 4
May 20 "Thinking of You" Sa-Fire 4 June 17 6
May 27 "The Best Years of Our Lives" Neil Diamond 7 June 24 5
June 3 "Talk It Over" Grayson Hugh 9 June 10 2
June 10 "Cry" Waterfront 2 July 1 7
June 17 "If You Don't Know Me by Now" Simply Red 1 June 24 12
"Where Are You Now?" Jimmy Harnen 3 July 1 5
June 24 "Unborn Heart" Dan Hill 3 July 8 5
"Keep Each Other Warm" Barry Manilow 7 July 1 4
July 1 "This Time I Know It's for Real" Donna Summer 2 July 8 9
"I'll Be Loving You (Forever)" New Kids on the Block 3 July 22 6
July 8 "My Brave Face" Paul McCartney 4 July 22 5
July 15 "Waiting Game" Swing Out Sister 6 July 22 5
July 22 "Don't Wanna Lose You" Gloria Estefan 2 August 5 13
"Right Here Waiting" Richard Marx 1 August 5 13
"My One Temptation" Mica Paris 8 August 5 4
July 29 "The End of the Innocence" Don Henley 2 September 9 11
"Soul Provider" Michael Bolton 3 September 16 9
August 12 "Sacred Emotion" Donny Osmond 4 September 2 6
"Trouble Me" 10,000 Maniacs 7 August 19 2
August 19 "One" Bee Gees 1 September 16 10
"Darlin' I" Vanessa Williams 10 August 19 1
August 26 "If I Could Turn Back Time" Cher 1 September 30 10
"On the Beach" Chris Rea 9 September 2 2
September 2 "Shower Me with Your Love" Surface 3 September 23 8
September 9 "Still Cruisin'" The Beach Boys 9 September 9 4
"Cherish" Madonna 1 October 7 9
September 23 "Everything but My Pride" Cutting Crew 4 October 21 6
September 30 "Healing Hands" Elton John 1 October 21 8
October 7 "Angel Eyes" The Jeff Healey Band 7 October 7 3
October 14 "Don't Know Much" Linda Ronstadt featuring Aaron Neville 1 October 28 14
October 21 "Call It Love" Poco 2 November 4 6
"When I Looked at Him" Expose 3 November 11 7
October 28 "You've Got It" Simply Red 7 October 28 4
"Get on Your Feet" Gloria Estefan 5 November 4 7
"Listen to Your Heart" Roxette 2 November 11 7
November 4 "Angelia" Richard Marx 2 November 25 10
"We're Not Makin' Love Anymore" Barbra Streisand 10 November 4 2
November 11 "Another Day in Paradise" Phil Collins 1 December 2 13
November 18 "How Am I Supposed to Live Without You" Michael Bolton 1 December 30 14
November 25 "We Didn't Start the Fire" Billy Joel 5 December 9 4
"The Way to Your Heart" Soulsister 5 December 23 5
December 2 "Nick of Time" Bonnie Raitt 10 December 2 1
December 9 "Sacrifice" Elton John 3 December 23 12
"Bring It All Back" Grayson Hugh 9 December 16 3
December 16 "The Last Worthless Evening" Don Henley 5 December 30 7
"Leave a Light On"[C] Belinda Carlisle 8 December 30 3
December 23 "Walk on By" Melissa Manchester 6 December 30 5

1988 peaks[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles in 1989 which peaked in 1988
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Single Artist(s) Peak Peak date Weeks in

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October 29 "Look Away" Chicago 1 December 3 11
"Giving You the Best That I Got" Anita Baker 1 December 10 11
November 19 "Waiting for a Star to Fall" Boy Meets Girl 1 December 17 11
November 26 "Baby, I Love Your Way/Freebird Medley" Will to Power 2 December 10 8
December 3 "Turn Back the Clock" Johnny Hates Jazz 5 December 24 8
"Two Hearts" Phil Collins 1 December 24 12

1990 peaks[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles in 1989 which peaked in 1990
Top ten

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Single Artist(s) Peak Peak date Weeks in

top ten

December 23 "Downtown Train" Rod Stewart 1 January 20 11
December 30 "Here We Are" Gloria Estefan 1 January 27 13

Notes[edit]

A The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending April 22, 1989.

B The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending July 1, 1989.

C The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending December 30, 1989.

See also[edit]

  • List of number-one adult contemporary singles of 1989 (U.S.)

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