List of Adult Contemporary top 10 singles in 1965 (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 1965.

Top-ten singles[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles which peaked in 1965
Top ten

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Single Artist(s) Peak Peak date Weeks in

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Singles from 1964
November 28 "The Wedding" Julie Rodgers 1 January 2 10
"Willow Weep for Me" Chad & Jeremy 1 January 23 11
December 5 "Dear Heart" Andy Williams 2 January 23 10
December 12 "Dear Heart" Jack Jones 6 January 2 8
"Walk Away" Matt Monro 5 January 9 7
December 19 "Hawaii Tattoo"[A] The Waikikis 8 January 16 6
Singles from 1965
January 2 "You're Nobody till Somebody Loves You" Dean Martin 1 January 30 6
January 23 "Have You Looked into Your Heart" Jerry Vale 1 February 6 5
"No Arms Can Ever Hold You"[B] The Bachelors 3 February 6 5
January 30 "Somewhere in Your Heart" Frank Sinatra 4 January 30 4
"Lemon Tree" Trini Lopez 2 February 13 6
February 6 "Don't Forget I Still Love You" Bobbi Martin 2 February 6 2
"King of the Road" Roger Miller 1 February 13 12
"For Lovin' Me" Peter, Paul & Mary 5 February 20 5
February 13 "Red Roses for a Blue Lady" Bert Kaempfert and his Orchestra 2 February 27 10
"Fancy Pants" Al Hirt 9 February 13 3
"Whose Heart are You Breaking Tonight" Connie Francis 7 February 20 4
February 20 "Goldfinger" Shirley Bassey 2 March 13 10
February 27 "Red Roses for a Blue Lady" Vic Dana 2 April 10 9
"If I Loved You" Chad & Jeremy 6 March 13 8
March 6 "Send Me the Pillow You Dream On" Dean Martin 5 March 13 6
"If I Ruled the World" Tony Bennett 8 March 13 5
March 13 "Long Lonely Nights" Bobby Vinton 5 March 27 6
"Red Roses for a Blue Lady" Wayne Newton 4 April 17 7
"Goldfinger" Billy Strange 10 March 13 1
March 20 "The Race Is On" Jack Jones 1 April 24 8
April 10 "Cast Your Fate to the Wind" Sounds Orchestral 1 May 1 9
April 17 "Baby the Rain Must Fall" Glenn Yarbrough 2 May 1 9
April 24 "......And Roses And Roses" Andy Williams 4 May 1 4
"Crazy Downtown" Allan Sherman 6 May 1 4
"I Can't Stop Thinking of You" Bobbi Martin 9 April 24 2
May 1 "Dream on Little Dreamer" Perry Como 3 May 8 5
"Subterranean Homesick Blues" Bob Dylan 6 May 15 3
"Crying In the Chapel" Elvis Presley with the Jordanaires 1 May 22 11
"Truly, Truly True" Brenda Lee 9 May 1 1
May 8 "What Do You Want With Me" Chad & Jeremy 9 May 8 1
"Hush, Hush, Sweet Charlotte"[C] Patti Page 2 June 26 9
May 15 "Queen of the House" Jody Miller 4 May 22 5
"Engine Engine #9" Roger Miller 2 June 5 8
"L-O-N-E-L-Y" Bobby Vinton 7 May 22 3
May 22 "You Were Only Fooling (While I Was Falling in Love)"[D] Vic Damone 8 June 19 3
"Three O'Clock in the Morning"[D] Bert Kaempfert and his Orchestra 10 May 22 2
May 29 "I'll Never Find Another You" The Seekers 2 May 29 3
June 5 "It's Not Unusual" Tom Jones 3 June 5 4
"Concrete and Clay" Unit 4 + 2 9 June 5 3
"Before and After" Chad & Jeremy 4 June 26 5
June 12 "A Walk in the Black Forest" Horst Jankowski 1 July 10 8
June 19 "(Remember Me) I'm The One Who Loves You" Dean Martin 7 June 19 2
June 26 "A World of Our Own" The Seekers 2 July 17 5
"A Little Bit of Heaven" Ronnie Dove 4 July 24 7
"This Little Bird" Marianne Faithfull 7 July 17 5
July 3 "(Such an) Easy Question" Elvis Presley with the Jordanaires 1 July 24 6
"Too Many Rivers" Brenda Lee 2 July 24 8
July 10 "Marie" The Bachelors 3 July 24 6
"Seein' The Right Love Go Wrong" Jack Jones 9 July 17 4
July 17 "Theme from A Summer Place" The Lettermen 2 August 7 6
"Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me" Mel Carter 1 August 28 10
July 31 "Save Your Heart for Me" Gary Lewis & the Playboys 1 August 7 6
"You'd Better Come Home" Petula Clark 4 August 21 6
August 7 "One Dyin' and a Buryin" Roger Miller 8 August 14 3
"Trains and Boats and Planes" Billy J. Kramer with the Dakotas 10 August 7 1
August 14 "You Were on My Mind" We Five 1 September 4 12
"It's Gonna Be Fine" Glenn Yarbrough 9 August 14 1
"Houston" Dean Martin 2 September 18 7
August 21 "It's Too Late, Baby Too Late" Arthur Prysock 8 August 28 2
"Moon Over Naples" Bert Kaempfert and his Orchestra 6 August 28 3
August 28 "Moonlight and Roses (Bring Mem'ries of You)" Vic Dana 5 September 25 6
"Summer Wind" Wayne Newton 9 August 28 1
"Two Different Worlds" Lenny Welch 6 October 2 7
September 4 "I'll Make All Your Dreams Come True" Ronnie Dove 2 September 25 7
"Summer Nights" Marianne Faithfull 4 September 11 4
September 11 "With These Hands" Tom Jones 3 October 9 6
"I'm Yours" Elvis Presley 1 October 9 10
"Is It Really Over?" Jim Reeves 10 September 11 1
September 18 "Heartaches by the Number" Johnny Tillotson 4 October 16 6
September 25 "The Third Man Theme" Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass 7 October 2 3
October 2 "Taste of Honey" Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass 1 October 30 13
"When Somebody Loves You" Frank Sinatra 10 October 2 1
October 9 "Kansas City Star" Roger Miller 3 October 23 4
"Hungry for Love" San Remo Golden Strings 3 October 30 5
October 16 "Just Yesterday" Jack Jones 5 November 6 6
"Roundabout" Connie Francis 10 October 16 1
October 23 "Chapel in the Moonlight" The Bachelors 2 November 6 6
"He Touched Me" Barbara Streisand 2 November 20 7
"Come Back to Me My Love" Robert Goulet 5 November 13 5
October 30 "Secretly" The Lettermen 8 November 6 2
November 6 "Rusty Bells" Brenda Lee 3 November 27 5
"Forgive Me" Al Martino 7 November 20 3
November 13 "Make the World Go Away" Eddy Arnold 1 December 4 11
"(All of a Sudden) My Heart Sings" Mel Carter 3 December 4 5
November 20 "Autumn Leaves" Roger Williams 10 November 20 1
November 27 "I Will" Dean Martin 3 December 11 6
"Kiss Away" Ronnie Dove 5 December 4 4
"May the Bird of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose" Little Jimmy Dickens 8 December 4 3
December 4 "Try to Remember" The Brothers Four 10 December 4 1
December 11 "Puppet on a String" Elvis Presley with the Jordanaires 3 December 25 4
December 25 "Mother Nature, Father Time" Brook Benton 9 December 25 1

1964 peaks[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles in 1965 which peaked in 1964
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October 31 "Ringo" Lorne Greene 1 November 21 12
November 7 "She Understands Me" Johnny Tillotson 4 December 5 8
November 14 "Amore Scusami" Robert Goulet 2 December 5 12
November 21 "One More Time" The Ray Charles Singers 7 December 12 7

1966 peaks[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles in 1965 which peaked in 1966
Top ten

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Single Artist(s) Peak Peak date Weeks in

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November 27 "England Swings" Roger Miller 1 January 1 7
December 11 "One Has My Name (The Other Has My Heart)" Barry Young 3 January 1 5
"Spanish Eyes" Al Martino 1 January 8 10
December 18 "The Shadow of Your Smile" Tony Bennett 8 January 1 3
"Love Bug" Jack Jones 5 January 8 6

Notes[edit]

A The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending January 9, 1965.

B The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending February 6, 1965.

C The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending May 22, 1965.

D The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending June 19, 1965.

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