List of Adult Contemporary top 10 singles in 1968 (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 1968.

Top-Ten singles[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles which peaked in 1968
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Singles from 1967
December 9 "Step to the Rear" Marilyn Maye 2 January 6 6
December 16 "Chattanooga Choo Choo" Harpers Bizarre 1 January 6 7
"Holly" Andy Williams 4 January 6 6
December 30 "The Other Man's Grass Is Always Greener" Petula Clark 3 January 13 6
"In the Misty Moonlight" Dean Martin 1 January 20 6
Singles from 1968
January 6 "A Voice in the Choir" Al Martino 5 January 20 5
January 13 "Who Will Answer?" Ed Ames 6 January 20 3
"I've Gotta Be Me" Steve Lawrence 6 February 3 6
"Goin' Out of My Head/Can't Take My Eyes Off You" The Lettermen 2 January 27 8
January 20 "Am I That Easy to Forget" Engelbert Humperdinck 1 February 3 5
"Windy" Wes Montgomery 10 January 20 1
January 27 "The Lesson" Vikki Carr 1 February 10 5
"Love is Blue" Paul Mauriat 1 February 17 17
February 3 "Carmen" Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass 3 February 24 5
"Fowl Play" Julius Wechter & The Baja Marimba Band 8 February 3 3
February 10 "To Each His Own" Frankie Lane 2 February 10 6
"Love is Blue" Al Martino 3 March 2 8
"Caravan" Bert Kaempfert and his Orchestra 10 February 10 1
February 17 "Just as Much as Ever" Bobby Vinton 10 February 17 1
February 24 "If You Ever Leave Me" Jack Jones 5 February 24 4
"Don't Tell My Heart to Stop Loving You" Jerry Vale 6 February 24 3
"Winds of Change" Ray Conniff 7 March 2 3
"Keep the Ball Rollin'" Al Hirt 10 February 24 1
March 2 "Theme From Valley of the Dolls" Dionne Warwick 2 March 9 6
"Cab Driver" The Mills Brothers 3 March 23 9
March 9 "We Can Fly" The Cowsills 9 March 9 1
"Ame Caline (Soul Coaxing)" Raymond Lefevre and his Orchestra 4 April 6 9
March 16 "Kiss Me Goodbye" Petula Clark 2 April 6 7
"Mission Impossible" Lalo Schifrin 7 March 16 2
"L. David Sloane" Michele Lee 9 March 23 5
March 23 "Gentle on My Mind" Patti Page 7 April 13 6
"The Father of Girls" Perry Como 10 March 23 2
March 30 "Little Green Apples" Roger Miller 5 April 13 4
April 6 "Scarborough Fair" Simon & Garfunkel 5 April 20 5
"The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly" Hugo Montenegro 1 May 18 14
April 13 "Honey" Bobby Goldsboro 1 May 4 10
April 20 "The Unicorn" The Irish Rovers 2 May 25 6
April 27 "Sherry Don't Go" The Lettermen 9 April 27 3
May 4 "I Can't Believe I'm Losing You" Frank Sinatra 4 May 11 4
"Master Jack" Four Jacks and a Jill 3 June 1 6
"Delilah" Tom Jones 8 May 11 5
May 11 "You've Still Got a Place in My Heart" Dean Martin 7 May 11 3
"Lili Marlene" Al Martino 7 May 25 4
May 18 "Do You Know the Way to San Jose" Dionne Warwick 4 May 25 7
May 25 "Mrs. Robinson" Simon & Garfunkel 4 June 15 8
June 1 "This Guy's in Love With You" Herb Alpert 1 June 8 13
"The Look of Love" Sergio Mendes 2 June 22 11
"A Man Without Love" Engelbert Humperdinck 3 June 22 9
June 8 "Love in Every Room" Paul Mauriat 7 June 15 4
"Yesterday I Heard the Rain" Tony Bennett 10 June 8 1
June 15 "Sweet Memories" Andy Williams 4 July 13 8
"My Shy Violet" The Mills Brothers 4 June 29 6
June 22 "Apologize" Ed Ames 10 June 22 1
June 29 "MacArthur Park" Richard Harris 10 June 29 2
July 6 "Don't Break My Pretty Balloon" Vikki Carr 7 July 6 2
"Autumn of My Life" Bobby Goldsboro 2 July 27 10
July 13 "Turn Around, Look at Me" The Vogues 3 July 27 12
"Hang 'Em High" Hugo Montenegro 6 July 27 6
July 20 "Whiskey on a Sunday" The Irish Rovers 9 July 20 2
"Classical Gas" Mason Williams 1 August 17 11
July 27 "Dream a Little Dream of Me" The Mamas & the Papas 2 August 24 9
August 3 "Dreams of the Everyday Housewife" Glen Campbell 6 August 10 4
"Halfway to Paradise" Bobby Vinton 8 August 17 6
August 10 "The Impossible Dream (The Quest)" Roger Williams 5 August 10 6
August 17 "Don't Give Up" Petula Clark 5 August 31 6
August 24 "The Fool on the Hill" Sergio Mendes 1 September 7 12
August 31 "My Way of Life" Frank Sinatra 3 September 21 8
"To Wait for Love" Herb Alpert 2 September 14 6
September 14 "April Again" Dean Martin 9 September 14 2
"Harper Valley PTA" Jeannie C. Riley 4 October 5 6
September 21 "My Special Angel" The Vogues 1 October 19 9
September 28 "Who Is Gonna Love Me?" Dionne Warwick 4 October 12 5
"Help Yourself" Tom Jones 3 October 5 6
"Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye" Eddy Arnold 6 October 26 6
October 5 "Over You" Gary Puckett & the Union Gap 3 October 26 8
"I Say a Little Prayer" Julius Wechter & the Baja Marimba Band 10 October 5 2
October 12 "Little Green Apples" O.C. Smith 4 October 26 8
October 19 "Those Were the Days" Mary Hopkin 1 November 2 9
October 26 "Les Bicyclettes de Belsize" Engelbert Humperdinck 3 November 16 7
"Cycles" Frank Sinatra 2 November 16 11
November 2 "Gentle on My Mind" Glen Campbell 8 November 2 1
November 9 "Not Enough Indians" Dean Martin 4 November 16 7
"The Straight Life" Bobby Goldsboro 6 November 16 5
"1432 Franklin Pike Circle Hero" Bobby Russell 9 November 23 3
November 16 "Wichita Lineman" Glen Campbell 1 December 14 14
November 23 "I Love How You Love Me" Bobby Vinton 2 December 7 12
November 30 "Promises, Promises" Dionne Warwick 7 December 21 5
December 7 "Put Your Head on My Shoulder" The Lettermen 8 December 21 4
December 14 "Both Sides Now" Judy Collins 3 December 21 6
"Till" The Vogues 5 December 28 6

1967 peaks[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles in 1968 which peaked in 1967
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November 11 "I Almost Called Your Name" Margaret Whiting 5 December 16 8
December 9 "You Made It That Way (Watermelon Summer)" Perry Como 2 December 23 5
"Cold" John Gary 1 December 23 6
December 16 "Live for Life" Jack Jones 9 December 30 4

1969 peaks[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles in 1968 which peaked in 1969
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November 30 "Scarborough Fair" Sergio Mendes 2 January 18 10
December 21 "Abraham, Martin and John" Dion DiMucci 8 January 4 4
December 28 "Lo Mucho Que Te Quiero (The More I Love You)" Rene y Rene 2 February 1 8

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