List of Adult Contemporary top 10 singles in 1977 (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 1977.

Top-ten singles[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles which peaked in 1977
Top ten

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Single Artist(s) Peak Peak date Weeks in

top ten

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Singles from 1976
December 11 "Weekend in New England" Barry Manilow 1 January 8 8
December 25 "Lost Without Your Love" Bread 3 January 29 8
"Evergreen (Love Theme from A Star Is Born)" Barbara Streisand 1 January 15 18
Singles from 1977
January 8 "Beautiful Noise" Neil Diamond 8 January 15 3
January 15 "New Kid in Town" Eagles 2 January 22 11
"I Like Dreamin'" Kenny Nolan 4 January 29 7
January 22 "Dancing Queen" ABBA 6 January 29 4
January 29 "Moody Blue" Elvis Presley 2 February 12 8
"Say You'll Stay Until Tomorrow" Tom Jones 3 February 12 13
"Happier" Paul Anka 10 January 29 1
February 5 "You've Got Me Runnin'" Gene Cotton 7 February 5 3
"Year of the Cat" Al Stewart 8 February 12 5
February 12 "Save It for a Rainy Day" Stephen Bishop 6 February 19 5
February 19 "Sam" Olivia Newton-John 1 March 12 11
"Southern Nights" Glen Campbell 1 February 26 13
February 26 "Don't Give Up on Us" David Soul 1 April 9 11
March 5 "I Just Can't Say No to You" Parker McGee 7 March 19 4
March 12 "Right Time of the Night" Jennifer Warnes 1 April 16 11
March 19 "I'm Scared" Burton Cummings 10 March 19 1
March 26 "Winter Melody" Donna Summer 8 April 2 2
"Me and the Elephants" Bobby Goldsboro 6 April 2 2
April 2 "Disco Lucy" Wilton Place Street Band 9 April 2 1
"When I Need You" Leo Sayer 1 April 23 10
April 9 "Hello Stranger" Yvonne Elliman 1 April 30 10
"Sing" Tony Orlando & Dawn 7 April 23 5
"Goodbye Old Buddies" Seals & Crofts 10 April 9 1
April 16 "Hotel California" Eagles 10 April 16 1
April 23 "Hooked on You" Bread 2 April 30 6
April 30 "Sir Duke" Stevie Wonder 3 May 7 6
"I Wanna Get Next to You" Rose Royce 9 April 30 2
May 7 "You're My World" Helen Reddy 5 July 16 12
May 14 "Margaritaville" Jimmy Buffett 1 May 28 12
"Angel in Your Arms" Hot 8 May 14 2
"Love's Grown Deep" Kenny Nolan 3 June 4 7
May 21 "Looks Like We Made It" Barry Manilow 1 June 4 14
May 28 "It's Sad to Belong" England Dan & John Ford Coley 1 June 25 13
"Lucille" Kenny Rogers 10 May 28 1
June 4 "All You Get From Love Is a Love Song" The Carpenters 4 June 25 8
"Knowing Me, Knowing You" ABBA 7 June 11 5
June 11 "My Heart Belongs to Me" Barbara Streisand 1 July 30 14
"Amarillo" Neil Sedaka 4 July 2 6
June 18 "(Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher and Higher" Rita Coolidge 5 July 23 8
July 2 "Come in from the Rain" Captain & Tennille 8 July 2 3
July 9 "Just a Song Before I Go"[A] Crosby, Stills & Nash 5 August 20 11
July 16 "Handy Man" James Taylor 1 September 3 13
July 23 "Don't Worry Baby" B.J. Thomas 2 September 3 13
July 30 "Sunflower" Glen Campbell 1 August 27 7
"I Just Want to Be Your Everything" Andy Gibb 8 August 6 3
August 6 "I'm Dreaming"[B] Jennifer Warnes 9 September 17 2
August 13 "Nobody Does It Better" Carly Simon 1 September 10 13
"Star Wars (Main Title)" John Williams 4 September 10 7
August 20 "On and On" Stephen Bishop 2 September 24 10
August 27 "Hard Rock Cafe" Carole King 8 September 3 3
"It's a Crazy World" Mac McAnally 10 August 27 2
September 10 "It Was Almost Like a Song" Ronnie Milsap 7 September 24 4
September 17 "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue" Crystal Gayle 4 October 8 9
"Just Remember I Love You" Firefall 1 October 29 11
September 24 "Swayin' to the Music (Slow Dancin')" Johnny Rivers 8 September 24 2
October 1 "You Light Up My Life" Debby Boone 1 November 19 12
"Circles" Captain & Tennille 9 October 8 3
October 8 "We're All Alone" Rita Coolidge 1 November 12 11
"Blue Bayou" Linda Ronstadt 3 November 26 14
October 15 "How Deep Is Your Love" Bee Gees 1 November 26 16
October 22 "Daybreak" Barry Manilow 7 November 5 7
"Baby, What a Big Surprise" Chicago 8 November 5 2
October 29 "Your Smiling Face" James Taylor 6 November 26 10
November 12 "Here You Come Again" Dolly Parton 2 December 3 12
"Slip Slidin' Away" Paul Simon 4 December 3 11
November 19 "Gone Too Far" England Dan & John Ford Coley 8 November 26 2
December 3 "How Can I Leave You Again" John Denver 2 December 10 10
"Still the Lovin' Is Fun" B.J. Thomas 8 December 10 2
December 10 "My Way" Elvis Presley 6 December 24 4

1976 peaks[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles in 1977 which peaked in 1976
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October 16 "Muskrat Love" Captain & Tennille 1 October 30 13
"After the Lovin'" Engelbert Humperdinck 1 December 4 15
November 6 "You Don't Have to Be a Star (To Be in My Show)" Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr. 6 December 25 10
November 20 "Love Me" Yvonne Elliman 5 December 4 8
November 27 "Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word" Elton John 1 December 18 9
"Torn Between Two Lovers" Mary MacGregor 1 December 25 11
December 18 "Gladiola" Helen Reddy 10 December 18 3

1978 peaks[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles in 1977 which peaked in 1978
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Single Artist(s) Peak Peak date Weeks in

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December 17 "Just the Way You Are" Billy Joel 1 January 7 13
December 24 "Desiree" Neil Diamond 1 February 4 9
"Gettin' Ready for Love" Diana Ross 8 January 14 4

Notes[edit]

A The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending July 23, 1977.

B The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending September 17, 1977.

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