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The Biggest Hits of the '70s According to Billboard

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5. Captain & Tennille, “Do That to Me One More Time”
> Entered Hot 100: October 20, 1979
> Peak position on Hot 100: #1 (for 1 week)
> Total weeks on Hot 100: 27

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4. Kris Kristofferson, “Why Me”
> Entered Hot 100: April 7, 1973
> Peak position on Hot 100: #16 (for 1 week)
> Total weeks on Hot 100: 38

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3. Andy Gibb, “I Just Want To Be Your Everything”
> Entered Hot 100: April 23, 1977
> Peak position on Hot 100: #1 (for 4 weeks)
> Total weeks on Hot 100: 31

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2. Paul Davis, “I Go Crazy”
> Entered Hot 100: August 27, 1977
> Peak position on Hot 100: #7 (for 3 weeks)
> Total weeks on Hot 100: 40

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1. Bee Gees, “How Deep Is Your Love”
> Entered Hot 100: September 24, 1977
> Peak position on Hot 100: #1 (for 3 weeks)
> Total weeks on Hot 100: 33

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