#1 hits of 1981

Our parents and grandparents thought the music of their generation was better than ours. We feel the same way about our music compared to what’s out there today. Your kids, or grandkids for some of you, will disagree with you about who had the better music. That’s only natural, but if you do get into that argument with them, here’s some proof that they are the ones that are wrong!

Let’s go back 40 years ago to 1981. Check out this list of #1 top 40 hits. Everything is a classic hit! We win!

John Lennon – (Just Like) Starting Over

Blondie – The Tide Is High

Kool & the Gang – Celebration

Dolly Parton – 9 to 5

Eddie Rabbitt – I Love a Rainy Night

REO Speedwagon – Keep On Loving You

Blondie – Rapture

Daryl Hall and John Oates – Kiss on My List

Sheena Easton – Morning Train (Nine to Five)

Kim Carnes – Bette Davis Eyes

Stars on 45 – Medley: Intro Venus / Sugar Sugar / No Reply / I’ll Be Back / Drive My Car / Do You Want to Know a Secret / We Can Work It Out / I Should Have Known Better / Nowhere Man / You’re Going to Lose That Girl / Stars on 45

Air Supply – The One That You Love

Rick Springfield – Jessie’s Girl

Diana Ross and Lionel Richie – Endless Love

Christopher Cross – Arthur’s Theme (Best That You Can Do)

Daryl Hall and John Oates – Private Eyes

Olivia Newton-John – Physical

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