List of Adult Contemporary top 10 singles in 1975 (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 1975.

Top-ten singles[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles which peaked in 1975
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Singles from 1974
December 14 "Only You" Ringo Starr 1 January 11 7
"One Man Woman/One Woman Man" Paul Anka featuring Odia Coates 5 January 4 6
December 21 "Please Mr. Postman" The Carpenters 1 January 18 7
December 28 "Dream On" The Righteous Brothers 6 January 4 3
Singles from 1975
January 4 "Morning Side of the Mountain" Donny & Marie Osmond 1 January 25 7
January 11 "Rock N' Roll (I Gave You the Best Years of My Life)" Mac Davis 4 January 18 5
"When a Child Is Born" Michael Holm 7 January 11 3
"Best of My Love" Eagles 1 February 1 7
January 18 "Look in My Eyes Pretty Woman" Tony Orlando & Dawn 6 January 25 3
January 25 "Sweet Surrender" John Denver 1 February 8 6
"Lonely People" America 1 February 15 8
February 1 "Nightingale" Carole King 1 February 22 6
"Sally G" Wings 7 February 8 2
"I'm a Woman" Maria Muldaur 4 February 15 5
February 8 "To the Door of the Sun (Alle Porte del Sole)" Al Martino 7 February 15 2
"Poetry Man" Phoebe Snow 1 March 1 7
February 15 "Have You Never Been Mellow" Olivia Newton-John 1 March 8 7
"Like a Sunday Morning" Lana Cantrell 8 February 22 2
February 22 "Never Let Her Go" David Gates 3 March 1 5
"You're No Good" Linda Ronstadt 10 February 22 1
March 1 "I've Been This Way Before" Neil Diamond 1 March 15 4
"My Boy" Elvis Presley 1 April 5 7
"(Hey Won't You Play) Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song" B.J. Thomas 1 March 22 8
March 8 "Emotion " Helen Reddy 1 March 29 6
"Lovin' You" Minnie Riperton 4 March 29 5
March 15 "Walking in Rhythm" The Blackbyrds 5 April 5 6
March 22 "I Wanna Learn a Love Song" Harry Chapin 7 March 29 2
March 29 "The Last Farewell" Roger Whittaker 1 April 12 6
"It's a Miracle" Barry Manilow 1 April 26 7
"Hot Sauce" The Jan Davis Guitar 9 April 5 2
April 5 "He Don't Love You (Like I Love You)" Tony Orlando & Dawn 1 April 19 5
"Don't Tell Me Goodnight" Lobo 2 April 26 7
April 12 "Beer Barrel Polka" Bobby Vinton 5 April 26 4
"I Don't Like to Sleep Alone" Paul Anka featuring Odia Coates 8 April 19 3
April 19 "Only Yesterday" The Carpenters 1 May 3 8
"The Immigrant" Neil Sedaka 1 May 10 5
April 26 "Rainy Day People" Gordon Lightfoot 1 May 17 7
"Thank God I'm a Country Boy" John Denver 5 May 24 6
May 3 "99 Miles from L.A." Albert Hammond 1 May 24 5
May 10 "Wonderful Baby" Don McLean 1 May 31 6
"Love Will Keep Us Together" Captain & Tennille 1 June 7 7
"Misty" Ray Stevens 8 May 17 3
May 17 "Wildfire" Michael Martin Murphey 1 June 14 7
May 24 "I'll Play for You" Seals & Crofts 4 June 7 4
"Anytime (I'll Be There)" Frank Sinatra 10 May 24 1
May 31 "Midnight Blue" Melissa Manchester 1 June 21 8
"Sister Golden Hair" America 5 June 21 5
June 7 "Old Days" Chicago 3 June 14 6
"When Will I Be Loved" Linda Ronstadt 3 June 21 5
June 14 "Lizzie and the Rainman" Tanya Tucker 7 June 28 3
"The Way We Were/Try to Remember" Gladys Knight & the Pips 2 July 5 6
June 21 "Every Time You Touch Me (I Get High)" Charlie Rich 1 July 5 8
"The Last Picasso" Neil Diamond 7 July 5 3
June 28 "The Hustle" Van McCoy 2 July 12 5
July 5 "Please Mr. Please" Olivia Newton-John 1 July 12 6
"Feelings" Morris Albert 2 August 2 7
"Swearin' to God" Frankie Valli 9 July 5 1
July 12 "Rhinestone Cowboy" Glen Campbell 1 August 2 7
"Send in the Clowns" Judy Collins 8 July 12 1
"Listen to What the Man Said" Wings 8 July 19 4
July 19 "At Seventeen" Janis Ian 1 August 9 8
"Mornin' Beautiful" Tony Orlando & Dawn 2 August 16 7
July 26 "Jive Talkin'" Bee Gees 9 July 26 2
"Bluebird" Helen Reddy 5 August 16 4
August 2 "How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)" James Taylor 1 August 23 7
August 9 "Fallin' in Love" Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds 1 August 30 6
"Could It Be Magic" Barry Manilow 4 August 23 4
August 16 "That's When the Music Takes Me" Neil Sedaka 7 August 23 2
"(I Believe) There's Nothing Stronger Than Our Love" Paul Anka featuring Odia Coates 3 August 30 6
August 23 "Wasted Days and Wasted Nights" Freddy Fender 9 August 23 2
"I'm Not in Love" 10cc 10 August 23 1
August 30 "Solitaire" The Carpenters 1 September 6 6
"The Proud One" The Osmonds 1 September 13 5
"I Believe I'm Gonna Lose You" Frank Sinatra 2 September 27 7
September 6 "I'm Sorry" John Denver 1 September 20 8
"Daisy Jane" America 4 September 20 5
"Dance With Me" Orleans 6 September 27 4
September 13 "Ain't No Way to Treat a Lady" Helen Reddy 1 October 4 6
September 20 "I Only Have Eyes for You" Art Garfunkel 1 October 11 8
"Like They Say in L.A." East L.A. Car Pool 10 September 20 1
September 27 "Brazil" The Ritchie Family 5 October 4 3
"I Don't Believe in if Anymore" Roger Whittaker 10 September 27 1
October 4 "Games People Play" The Spinners 2 October 25 5
"Ice Cream Sodas and Lollipops and a Red Hot Spinning Top" Paul Delicato 7 October 4 1
"Carolina in the Pines" Michael Murphey 4 October 25 5
October 11 "Something Better to Do" Olivia Newton-John 1 October 18 8
"Help Me Make It (To My Rockin' Chair)"[A] B.J. Thomas 6 October 18 4
"Gone at Last" Paul Simon featuring Phoebe Snow 9 October 11 2
October 18 "The Way I Want to Touch You" Captain & Tennille 1 November 8 7
"I Go to Pieces" Cotton, Lloyd & Christian 10 October 18 1
October 25 "Diamonds and Rust" Joan Baez 5 November 1 4
"Who Loves You" The Four Seasons 7 November 1 2
"Lyin' Eyes" Eagles 3 November 8 5
November 1 "Just Too Many People" Melissa Manchester 2 November 22 6
"Summer of '42" Biddu Orchestra 10 November 1 2
November 8 "My Little Town" Simon & Garfunkel 1 November 22 9
"Mexico" James Taylor 5 November 15 3
"Volare" Al Martino 9 November 8 2
November 15 "Our Day Will Come" Frankie Valli 2 November 29 5
November 22 "Theme from Mahogany (Do You Know Where You're Going to)" Diana Ross 1 December 6 7
"Sky High" Jigsaw 4 November 29 4
"I Write the Songs" Barry Manilow 1 December 13 10
November 29 "Country Boy (You Got Your Feet in L.A.)" Glen Campbell 1 December 27 7
"Fly, Robin, Fly" Silver Convention 6 December 13 4
December 6 "Skybird" Tony Orlando & Dawn 7 December 13 3
"Secret Love" Freddy Fender 10 December 6 2
December 20 "The Homecoming" Hagood Hardy 6 December 27 3

1974 peaks[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles in 1975 which peaked in 1974
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November 16 "Angie Baby" Helen Reddy 1 December 7 8
November 23 "Wishing You Were Here" Chicago 1 December 21 7
November 30 "Ride 'em Cowboy" Paul Davis 4 December 21 6
December 7 "Mandy" Barry Manilow 1 December 28 8
"My Eyes Adored You" Frankie Valli 2 December 28 7

1976 peaks[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles in 1975 which peaked in 1976
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December 13 "Times of Your Life" Paul Anka 1 January 3 8
December 27 "Fly Away" John Denver 1 January 10 7
"Somewhere in the Night" Helen Reddy 2 January 10 8
"Let It Shine/He Ain't Heavy...He's My Brother" Olivia Newton-John 1 January 17 7
"Breaking Up Is Hard to Do" Neil Sedaka 1 February 7 9

Notes[edit]

A The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending November 15, 1975.

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