Elvis Presley's Top 20 Country Billboard Singles

By: Elvis Australia
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January 7, 2004 - 8:26:00 PM
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Elvis Presley Single and Album Charts

Elvis Presley Album and Singles Charts Australia Elvis Presley: Australian Singles Chart
Elvis Presley Album and Singles Charts Australia Elvis Presley: Australian Album Chart
Elvis Presley Album and Singles Charts USA Elvis Presley: Billboard Singles Chart USA
Elvis Presley Album and Singles Charts USA Elvis Presley: Billboard Album Chart USA
Elvis Presley Album and Singles Charts UK Elvis Presley's UK No. 1 Singles
Elvis Presley Album and Singles Charts UK Elvis Presley's UK No.1 Albums

 

Song Title Peak Year
Baby, Let's Play House 10 1955
I Forgot to Remember to Forget Mystery Train 1 1955
Heartbreak Hotel/I Was the One 1 1956
I Want You, I Need You, I Love You 1 1956
Don't Be Cruel/Hound Dog 1 1956
Love Me Tender 3 1956
Too Much 5 1957
All Shook Up 3 1957
(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear/ 1 1957
Jailhouse Rock/ 1 1957
Don't/I Beg of You 2 1957
Wear My Ring Around Your Neck 3 1958
Hard Headed Woman 2 1958
Don't Cry, Daddy 13 1969
I Really Don't Want to Know/ There Goes My Everything 9 1971
Always on My Mind/Separate Ways 16 1972
I've Got a Thing About You, Baby/ Take Good Care of Her 4 1974
Help Me/If You Talk in Your Sleep 6 1974
It's Midnight/Promised Land 9 1974
My Boy 14 1975
T-R-O-U-B-L-E 11 1975
Hurt/For the Heart 6 1976
Moody Blue/She Thinks I Still Care 1 1976
Way Down/Pledging My Love 1 1977
My Way 2 1977
Unchained Melody/Softly, As I Leave You 6 1978
Are You Sincere/Solitaire 10 1979
There's A Honky Tonk Angel (Who'll Take Me Back In)/I Got a Feelin' in My Body 6 1979
Guitar Man 1 1981
Lovin' Arms/You Asked Me To 8 1981

Note: Some songs on this list are followed by a (/). The next song you see listed after this mark, whether within the same entry or in the separate entry that follows, is its flip side. If another song immediately follows the (/) in the same entry, that means that the particular record chart listed both sides of the single together as a unit and the flip side shares the chart position. (This listing method was not consistent through the years.) If you see a (/) and the next song is in a separate entry, it means that the flip side charted independently within the top twenty on the partcular chart. For instance, Don't Be Cruel and Hound Dog are flip sides of the same single, but both were big hits. You'll notice that they are listed together as one unit at number one on the country and R&B charts, but they are listed as two separate number one songs on the pop chart.

Note: Information regarding Elvis Presley's chart success in multiple countries is more complex to research and summarize and, thus, is not included here. These figures are for the U.S., based upon the Billboard pop, country and R&B charts.

Elvis Presley Single and Album Charts

Elvis Presley Album and Singles Charts Australia Elvis Presley: Australian Singles Chart
Elvis Presley Album and Singles Charts Australia Elvis Presley: Australian Album Chart
Elvis Presley Album and Singles Charts USA Elvis Presley: Billboard Singles Chart USA
Elvis Presley Album and Singles Charts USA Elvis Presley: Billboard Album Chart USA
Elvis Presley Album and Singles Charts UK Elvis Presley's UK No. 1 Singles
Elvis Presley Album and Singles Charts UK Elvis Presley's UK No.1 Albums


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