List of Adult Contemporary top 10 singles in 1966 (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 1966.

Top-Ten singles[edit]

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

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Single Artist(s) Peak Peak date Weeks in

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Singles from 1965
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
Singles from 1966
January 1 "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever" Johnny Mathis 6 January 8 3
"Jealous Heart" Connie Francis 10 January 1 1
January 8 "It Was a Very Good Year" Frank Sinatra 1 February 5 6
"Crying Time" Ray Charles 1 February 12 11
"Thunderball" Tom Jones 5 January 22 5
"Second Hand Rose" Barbra Streisand 5 January 29 6
January 15 "Zorba the Greek" Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass 2 February 12 9
"The Men In My Little Girl's Life" Mike Douglas 3 February 5 6
January 22 "My Love" Petula Clark 4 February 12 8
January 29 "Tijuana Taxi" Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass 9 January 29 2
"As Tears Go By" The Rolling Stones 10 January 29 1
February 5 "Call Me" Chris Montez 2 March 12 10
February 12 "Michelle" David & Jonathan 3 February 19 3
"Bye Bye Blues" Bert Kaempfert and his Orchestra 5 March 5 6
February 19 "The Ballad of the Green Berets" SSgt. Barry Sadler 1 March 5 9
"When Liking Turns to Loving" Ronnie Dove 6 February 19 3
"A Hard Day's Night" Ramsey Lewis Trio 10 February 19 1
February 26 "Somewhere There's a Someone" Dean Martin 2 March 19 7
"Where Am I Going?" Barbra Streisand 4 March 19 6
March 5 "Husbands and Wives" Roger Miller 2 April 9 8
March 12 "I Want to Go with You" Eddy Arnold 1 April 9 8
March 19 "Big Spender" Peggy Lee 9 March 19 2
"Think I'll Go Somewhere and Cry Myself to Sleep" Al Martion 2 April 23 7
March 26 "What Now My Love" Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass 2 April 16 7
"Spanish Flea" 4 April 23 6
April 2 "Song from the Oscar" Tony Bennett 10 April 2 2
April 9 "Time" The Pozo-Seco Singers 3 April 23 3
April 16 "Sign of the Times" Petula Clark 2 May 7 5
"Together Again" Ray Charles 1 April 30 5
"A Lover's Concerto" Sarah Vaughan 5 April 30 3
April 23 "I Can't Grow Peaches on a Cherry Tree" Just Us 3 May 14 4
April 30 "I'm Coming Home, Cindy" Trini Lopez 2 May 21 6
"Love Me With All of Your Heart" The Bachelors 3 May 21 8
May 7 "Frankie and Johnny" Elvis Presley 3 May 7 1
"The Ballad of Irving" Frank Gallop 2 May 14 6
"Band of Gold" Mel Carter 1 May 21 6
"The A Team" SSgt. Barry Sadler 6 May 21 5
May 14 "The Cruel War" Peter, Paul & Mary 4 May 21 3
"The More I See You" Chris Montez 2 May 28 10
May 21 "Strangers in the Night" Frank Sinatra 1 June 4 13
"Downtown" Petula Clark 9 May 21 1
"Mame" Bobby Darin 3 June 11 6
May 28 "Come Running Back" Dean Martin 4 June 11 5
June 4 "The Impossible Dream (The Quest)" Jack Jones 1 July 23 15
June 11 "Sam, You Made the Pants Too Long" Barbra Streisand 9 June 11 1
"Mame" Louis Armstrong 7 June 18 4
June 18 "Wiederseh'n" Al Martino 3 July 2 4
"It's Over" Jimmie Rodgers 5 June 25 4
"The Last Word in Lonesome is Me" Eddy Arnold 9 June 18 1
June 25 "Somewhere, My Love" Ray Conniff 1 July 30 13
"I Only Have Eyes for You" The Lettermen 4 July 16 6
July 2 "Strangers in the Night" Bert Kaempfert and his Orchestra 8 July 16 5
"If He Walked Into My Life" Eydie Game 5 July 16 4
July 9 "Lara's Theme from Dr. Zhivag Roger Williams 5 August 6 7
July 16 "The Work Song" Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass 2 August 6 7
"La Bamba" Trini Lopez 9 July 23 1
July 23 "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me" Dusty Springfield 8 July 30 3
July 30 "Happy Summer Days" Ronnie Dove 7 July 30 2
"Georgia Rose" Tony Bennett 6 August 6 4
August 6 "I Couldn't Live Without Your Love" Petula Clark 1 August 27 8
"Misty" Richard Holmes 7 August 20 5
"Uptight (Everything's Alright)" Nancy Wilson 10 August 6 1
August 13 "Born Free" Roger Williams 1 September 3 20
"A Million and One" Dean Martin 4 August 27 5
August 20 "The Tip of My Fingers" Eddy Arnold 8 August 27 3
August 27 "In the Arms of Love" Andy Williams 1 October 1 11
"Guantanamera" The Sandpipers 3 September 17 7
September 3 "There Will Never Be Another You" Chris Montez 4 September 17 5
September 10 "Mas Que Nada" Sergio Mendes 4 September 24 7
"Alfie" Joanie Sommers 9 September 17 3
September 17 "Summer Samba" Walter Wanderley 3 October 1 9
"Summer Wind" Frank Sinatra 1 October 15 9
September 24 "Flamingo" Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass 5 October 8 4
October 1 "I Can't Give You Anything but Love, Baby" Bert Kaempfert and his Orchestra 6 October 22 4
"The Wheel of Hurt" Margaret Whiting 1 November 5 13
October 8 "Dommage, Dommage (Too Bad, Too Bad)" Jerry Vale 5 October 15 5
October 15 "A Time for Love" Tony Bennett 3 November 19 9
October 22 "Free Again" Barbra Streisand 8 October 29 3
October 29 "Lookin' for Love" Ray Conniff 2 November 19 5
"Elusive Butterfly" Jane Morgan 9 November 5 3
November 12 "Games That Lovers Play" Eddie Fisher 2 December 17 8
"Nobody's Baby Again" Dean Martin 6 November 12 2
"A Day in the Life of a Fool (Manha de Carnaval)" Jack Jones 4 December 3 8
November 19 "Hawaii" Henry Mancini 6 December 3 11
"All That I Am" Elvis Presley 9 November 19 2
"Cabaret" Marilyn Maye 9 December 3 3
November 26 "Winchester Cathedral" New Vaudeville Band 1 December 3 8
December 3 "Chanson D'Amour" The Lettermen 8 December 3 2
"That's Life" Frank Sinatra 1 December 31 10

1965 peaks[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles in 1966 which peaked in 1965
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November 13 "Make the World Go Away" Eddy Arnold 1 December 4 11
November 27 "I Will" Dean Martin 3 December 11 6
December 11 "Puppet on a String" Elvis Presley with the Jordanaires 3 December 25 4

1967 peaks[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles in 1966 which peaked in 1967
Top ten

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Single Artist(s) Peak Peak date Weeks in

top ten

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December 10 "Mame" Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass 2 January 7 8
December 17 "Sugar Town" Nancy Sinatra 1 January 21 8
"Ghost Riders in the Sky" Baja Marimba Band 4 January 7 5
December 31 "Wish Me a Rainbow" The Gunter Kallmann Chorus 2 January 21 8
"A Man and a Woman" Tamiko Jones with Herbie Mann 9 January 14 3

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