List of Adult Contemporary top 10 singles in 1969 (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 1969.

Top-ten singles[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles which peaked in 1969
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Singles from 1968
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
Singles from 1969
January 4 "Soulful Strut (Am I the Same Girl)" Young-Holt Unlimited 2 February 8 8
"I've Gotta Be Me" Sammy Davis Jr. with the Mike Curb Congregation 1 January 25 14
January 11 "My Favorite Things" Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass 7 January 11 4
January 18 "Rain in My Heart" Frank Sinatra 3 February 1 6
January 25 "A Minute of Your Time" Tom Jones 4 February 8 6
"I Can't Help It (If I'm Still in Love With You)" Al Martino 10 January 25 1
February 1 "Goodnight My Love" Paul Anka 2 February 22 6
February 8 "You Gave Me a Mountain" Frankie Laine 1 March 15 12
"Kumbayah" Tommy Leonetti 4 March 1 6
February 15 "Woman Helping Man" The Vogues 6 March 1 4
February 22 "This Girl's in Love With You" Dionne Warwick 2 March 1 8
"Johnny One Time" Brenda Lee 3 March 29 7
March 1 "Let It Be Me" Glen Campbell & Bobbie Gentry 7 March 1 4
"Glad She's a Woman" Bobby Goldsboro 7 March 15 5
March 8 "Traces" Classics IV 2 April 5 7
March 15 "Galveston" Glen Campbell 1 March 29 9
"Gentle on My Mind" Dean Martin 9 March 22 3
March 22 "The Way It Used to Be" Engelbert Humperdinck 4 April 26 7
March 29 "No, Not Much" The Vogues 6 March 29 3
April 5 "My Way" Frank Sinatra 2 April 12 9
"Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In" The 5th Dimension 1 May 10 9
April 12 "Memories" Elvis Presley 7 April 19 3
"Seattle" Perry Como 2 May 10 10
April 19 "Happy Heart" Andy Williams 1 May 24 10
"Zazueira" Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass 9 April 26 2
April 26 "Hawaii Five-O" The Ventures 8 May 17 4
May 3 "The Boxer" Simon & Garfunkel 3 May 24 5
"Earth Angel" The Vogues 7 May 10 4
"To Know You is to Love You" Bobby Vinton 8 May 10 2
May 10 "Love (Can Make You Happy)" Mercy 2 May 31 8
May 17 "Goodbye" Mary Hopkin 6 May 31 6
"Time is Tight" Booker T. & the M.G.'s 9 May 24 3
May 24 "Love Theme from Romeo & Juliet" Henry Mancini 1 June 7 13
May 31 "Where's the Playground Susie" Glen Campbell 10 May 31 2
June 7 "Pretty World" Sergio Mendes 4 June 7 3
"The Windmills of Your Mind" Dusty Springfield 3 June 21 4
"Love Me Tonight" Tom Jones 2 June 21 8
"Without Her" Herb Alpert 5 June 28 6
June 14 "Day Is Done" Peter, Paul & Mary 7 June 28 4
June 21 "With Pen in Hand" Vikki Carr 6 July 5 6
June 28 "Good Morning Starshine" Oliver 3 June 28 6
"The April Fools" Dionne Warwick 8 July 5 2
"In the Ghetto" Elvis Presley 8 July 12 5
July 5 "Spinning Wheel" Blood, Sweat & Tears 1 August 2 6
"Quentin's Theme" Charles Randolph Grean 3 August 2 8
July 12 "My Cherie Amour" Stevie Wonder 3 July 26 6
"Yesterday, When I Was Young" Roy Clark 6 August 2 6
July 19 "Hurt So Bad" The Lettermen 2 August 16 13
August 2 "In the Year 2525" Zager & Evans 1 August 16 6
"Sweet Caroline" Neil Diamond 3 August 16 8
"Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town" Kenny Rogers & the First Edition 6 August 23 5
August 9 "Love Theme from Romeo & Juliet" Johnny Mathis 8 August 23 4
August 16 "Put a Little Love In Your Heart" Jackie DeShannon 2 September 6 7
August 23 "A Boy Named Sue" Johnny Cash 1 August 30 6
"I'll Never Fall in Love Again" Tom Jones 1 September 13 10
"True Gift" Glen Campbell 7 August 30 4
August 30 "Jean" Oliver 1 September 20 11
September 6 "Odds and Ends" Dionne Warwick 7 September 13 2
"Workin' On a Groovy Thing" The 5th Dimension 9 September 13 2
September 13 "Keem O Sabe" The Electric Indian 6 October 4 5
September 20 "This Girl Is a Woman Now" Gary Puckett & the Union Gap 2 September 27 7
"Everybody's Talkin'" Harry Nilsson 2 October 4 8
"Daddy's Little Man" O.C. Smith 6 October 4 5
September 27 "I'm a Better Man" Engelbert Humperdinck 6 September 27 4
October 4 "Is That All There Is?" Peggy Lee 1 October 18 8
"Muddy Mississippi Line" Bobby Goldsboro 10 October 4 1
October 11 "Eternity" Vikki Carr 5 October 25 5
October 18 "Wedding Bell Blues" The 5th Dimension 1 November 1 8
"Love's Been Good to Me" Frank Sinatra 8 October 18 2
October 25 "Suspicious Minds" Elvis Presley 4 November 8 4
"Try a Little Kindness" Glen Campbell 1 November 15 8
November 1 "Tracy" The Cuff Links 5 November 8 3
"Make Your Own Kind of Music" Cass Elliot 6 November 15 6
November 8 "Shangri-la" The Lettermen 8 November 8 1
November 15 "Leaving on a Jet Plane" Peter, Paul & Mary 1 November 22 8
"A Woman's Way" Andy Williams 4 November 22 5
"You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" Dionne Warwick 10 November 15 1
November 22 "And When I Die" Blood, Sweat & Tears 4 December 6 4
"Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head" B.J. Thomas 1 December 13 11
"I Guess the Lord Must Be In New York City" Harry Nilsson 7 November 29 2
"Smile a Little Smile for Me" The Flying Machine 6 December 6 3
December 6 "Early in the Morning" Vanity Fare 4 December 13 8
December 13 "Holly Holy" Neil Diamond 5 December 13 3
"Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterday" Stevie Wonder 10 December 13 2
December 20 "Fancy" Bobbie Gentry 8 December 20 2

1968 peaks[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles in 1969 which peaked in 1968
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October 26 "Cycles" Frank Sinatra 2 November 16 11
November 16 "Wichita Lineman" Glen Campbell 1 December 14 14
November 23 "I Love How You Love Me" Bobby Vinton 2 December 7 12
December 14 "Both Sides Now" Judy Collins 3 December 21 6
"Till" The Vogues 5 December 28 6

1970 peaks[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles in 1969 which peaked in 1970
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November 29 "Midnight Cowboy" Ferrante & Teicher 2 January 10 10
December 13 "A Brand New Me" Dusty Springfield 3 January 10 6
December 20 "Winter World of Love" Engelbert Humperdinck 3 February 7 10
"Don't Cry Daddy" Elvis Presley 3 January 17 8
December 27 "Come Saturday Morning" The Sandpipers 8 May 30 6

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