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List of Adult Contemporary top 10 singles in 1991 (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 1991.

Top-ten singles[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles which peaked in 1991
Top ten

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Single Artist(s) Peak Peak date Weeks in

top ten

Singles from 1990
December 15 "Because I Love You (The Postman Song)" Stevie B 1 January 19 10
"New York Minute" Don Henley 5 January 19 8
December 22 "One and Only Man" Steve Winwood 9 January 5 4
Singles from 1991
January 5 "The First Time" Surface 1 February 2 10
"Where Does My Heart Beat Now" Celine Dion 2 February 2 12
January 19 "Get Here" Oleta Adams 3 February 9 9
"I'm Not in Love" Will to Power 4 January 26 7
January 26 "All the Man That I Need" Whitney Houston 1 February 16 13
"The Shoop Shoop Song (It's in His Kiss)" Cher 7 February 2 3
February 2 "Crazy in Love" Kenny Rogers 9 February 9 3
February 9 "Show Me the Way" Styx 3 March 2 8
"Coming Out of the Dark" Gloria Estefan 1 March 16 13
February 16 "Don't Hold Back Your Love" Hall & Oates 4 March 23 10
February 23 "Someday" Mariah Carey 5 March 23 8
"You're in Love" Wilson Phillips 1 March 30 14
March 9 "Swear to Your Heart" Russell Hitchcock 9 March 16 2
March 16 "Cry for Help" Rick Astley 1 April 27 13
March 23 "One More Try" Timmy T 4 April 6 6
"All This Time" Sting 9 March 30 3
March 30 "Mercy Mercy Me/I Want You" Robert Palmer 4 April 20 9
April 6 "Baby Baby" Amy Grant 1 May 4 14
April 13 "Rhythm of My Heart" Rod Stewart 2 May 11 11
April 20 "Voices That Care" Voices That Care 6 April 27 5
April 27 "I Don't Wanna Cry" Mariah Carey 1 June 8 13
"Love Is a Wonderful Thing" Michael Bolton 1 May 25 13
May 4 "I've Been Thinking About You" Londonbeat 7 May 25 4
May 11 "Miracle" Whitney Houston 4 June 8 8
May 25 "(If There Was) Any Other Way" Celine Dion 8 June 1 4
June 1 "Rush Rush" Paula Abdul 1 June 29 12
"More Than Words" Extreme 2 June 29 10
"Power of Love/Love Power" Luther Vandross 3 July 6 10
June 15 "Part of Me, Part of You" Glenn Frey 7 June 29 5
June 22 "Can't Forget You" Gloria Estefan 2 July 20 10
June 29 "Place in This World" Michael W. Smith 5 July 20 7
July 6 "Starting All Over Again" Hall & Oates 10 July 6 1
July 13 "The Dream Is Still Alive" Wilson Phillips 4 August 3 7
"Unforgettable" Natalie Cole 3 August 17 8
July 20 "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You" Bryan Adams 1 August 3 15
July 27 "Every Heartbeat" Amy Grant 2 August 10 12
"Love and Understanding" Cher 3 August 24 8
August 10 "The Motown Song" Rod Stewart 3 August 31 11
"Lily Was Here" David A. Stewart & Candy Dulfer 6 August 24 5
August 17 "It Ain't Over 'til It's Over" Lenny Kravitz 5 September 7 6
August 24 "Time, Love and Tenderness" Michael Bolton 1 September 28 9
August 31 "Fading Like a Flower (Every Time You Leave)" Roxette 5 September 14 5
"Something to Talk About" Bonnie Raitt 5 September 28 10
September 7 "Everybody Plays the Fool" Aaron Neville 1 October 12 11
September 14 "Too Many Walls" Cathy Dennis 1 October 19 11
September 21 "It Hit Me Like a Hammer"[A] Huey Lewis & the News 10 September 21 2
September 28 "Emotions" Mariah Carey 3 October 19 7
"The Real Love" Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band 4 October 19 7
October 12 "Live for Loving You" Gloria Estefan 2 November 2 9
October 19 "When a Man Loves a Woman" Michael Bolton 1 November 2 13
October 26 "Don't Want to Be a Fool" Luther Vandross 5 November 9 6
"Set the Night to Music" Roberta Flack & Maxi Priest 2 November 16 12
November 2 "That's What Love Is For" Amy Grant 1 November 30 13
November 9 "I Wonder Why" Curtis Stigers 5 November 30 6
November 23 "Keep Coming Back" Richard Marx 1 December 21 14
November 30 "Blowing Kisses in the Wind" Paula Abdul 5 December 21 9
December 21 "Conviction of the Heart" Kenny Loggins 9 December 21 4

1990 peaks[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles in 1991 which peaked in 1990
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Single Artist(s) Peak Peak date Weeks in

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October 20 "Love Takes Time" Mariah Carey 1 October 27 15
"From a Distance" Bette Midler 1 November 3 13
November 10 "More Than Words Can Say" Alias 2 December 15 11
"Impulsive" Wilson Phillips 2 December 8 11
November 24 "You Gotta Love Someone" Elton John 1 December 1 11

1992 peaks[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles in 1991 which peaked in 1992
Top ten

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Single Artist(s) Peak Peak date Weeks in

top ten

November 16 "I Can't Make You Love Me" Bonnie Rait 6 January 4 14
"Broken Arrow" Rod Stewart 3 January 4 13
December 7 "Can't Let Go" Mariah Carey 1 January 18 12
December 14 "No Son of Mine" Genesis 8 January 18 6

Notes[edit]

A The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending October 5, 1991.

See also[edit]

  • List of number-one adult contemporary singles of 1991 (U.S.)

References[edit]

External links[edit]


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