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Billboard year-end top 100 singles of 1957

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Billboard year-end top 100 singles of 1957

This is a list of Billboard magazine's Top 100 songs of 1957.[1]

Position Song Artist
1 "All Shook Up" Elvis Presley
2 "Love Letters in the Sand" Pat Boone
3 "Little Darlin'" The Diamonds
4 "Young Love" Tab Hunter
5 "So Rare" Jimmy Dorsey
6 "Don't Forbid Me" Pat Boone
7 "Singing the Blues" Guy Mitchell
8 "Young Love" Sonny James
9 "Too Much" Elvis Presley
10 "Round and Round" Perry Como
11 "Bye Bye Love" The Everly Brothers
12 "Tammy" Debbie Reynolds
13 "Party Doll" Buddy Knox
14 "Teddy Bear" Elvis Presley
15 "Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)" Harry Belafonte
16 "Jailhouse Rock" Elvis Presley
17 "A White Sport Coat (and a Pink Carnation)" Marty Robbins
18 "Come Go with Me" The Del-Vikings
19 "Wake Up Little Susie" The Everly Brothers
20 "You Send Me" Sam Cooke
21 "Searchin'" The Coasters
22 "School Days" Chuck Berry
23 "Gone" Ferlin Husky
24 "Diana" Paul Anka
25 "A Teenager's Romance" Ricky Nelson
26 "The Banana Boat Song" The Tarriers
27 "Honeycomb" Jimmie Rodgers
28 "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin On" Jerry Lee Lewis
29 "Dark Moon" Gale Storm
30 "That'll Be the Day" The Crickets
31 "Butterfly" Charlie Gracie
32 "Moonlight Gambler" Frankie Laine
33 "Teen-Age Crush" Tommy Sands
34 "It's Not for Me to Say" Johnny Mathis
35 "Silhouettes" The Rays
36 "Butterfly" Andy Williams
37 "Marianne" The Easy Riders
38 "I'm Walkin'" Fats Domino
39 "Chances Are" Johnny Mathis
40 "Send For Me" Nat King Cole
41 "Rainbow" Russ Hamilton
42 "Be-Bop Baby" Ricky Nelson
43 "Short Fat Fannie" Larry Williams
44 "Green Door" Jim Lowe
45 "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter" Billy Williams
46 "Old Cape Cod" Patti Page
47 "Mr. Lee" The Bobbettes
48 "Blueberry Hill" Fats Domino
49 "Whispering Bells" The Dell-Vikings
50 "Blue Monday" Fats Domino
51 "Wonderful! Wonderful!" Johnny Mathis
52 "Fascination" The Troubadours
53 "My Special Angel" Bobby Helms
54 "Stardust" Billy Ward and his Dominoes
55 "Raunchy" Bill Justis
56 "Love Me Tender" Elvis Presley
57 "Jamaica Farewell" Harry Belafonte
58 "Why Baby Why" Pat Boone
59 "I Dreamed" Betty Johnson
60 "Hula Love" Buddy Knox
61 "Happy, Happy Birthday Baby" The Tune Weavers
62 "Since I Met You Baby" Ivory Joe Hunter
63 "Four Walls" Jim Reeves
64 "Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody" Jerry Lewis
65 "Around the World" Mantovani
66 "In the Middle of an Island" Tony Bennett
67 "Over the Mountain; Across the Sea" Johnnie & Joe
68 "Marianne" The Hilltoppers
69 "White Silver Sands" Don Rondo
70 "Who Needs You" The Four Lads
71 "Melodie d'Amour" The Ames Brothers
72 "Little Bitty Pretty One" Thurston Harris
73 "Party Doll" Steve Lawrence
74 "Young Blood" The Coasters
75 "Around the World" Victor Young
76 "I Like Your Kind of Love" Andy Williams
77 "Dark Moon" Bonnie Guitar
78 "Love is Strange" Mickey & Sylvia
79 "Rock and Roll Music" Chuck Berry
80 "Jenny, Jenny" Little Richard
81 "Bernardine" Pat Boone
82 "Keep A-Knockin'" Little Richard
83 "Start Movin' (In My Direction)" Sal Mineo
84 "C.C. Rider" Chuck Willis
85 "Lotta Lovin'" Gene Vincent
86 "Raunchy" Ernie Freeman
87 "Valley of Tears" Fats Domino
88 "Remember You're Mine" Pat Boone
89 "Rock-a-Billy" Guy Mitchell
90 "I'm Available" Margie Rayburn
91 "Bony Maronie" Larry Williams
92 "Mama, Look at Bubu" Harry Belafonte
93 "Gonna Get Along Without Ya Now" Patience & Prudence
94 "Jim Dandy" Lavern Baker
95 "Gonna Find Me a Bluebird" Marvin Rainwater
96 "Shangri-La" The Four Coins
97 "Freight Train" Rusty Draper
98 "Loving You" Elvis Presley
99 "I'm Stickin' With You" Jimmy Bowen
100 "Black Slacks" Joe Bennett & The Sparkletones

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