1999 singles

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  1. All Out Of Love
    #1

    All Out Of Love (1980)

    7,181 views

    "All Out of Love" is a pop ballad by the Australian soft rock duo Air Supply, released in 1980. It was written by Graham Russell and Clive Davis. In the United States, it reached number two on the Hot 100 and number 5 on the Adult Contemporary chart. In the UK, the song went to number 11. It placed 92nd in VH1's list of the 100 Greatest Love Songs in 2003.


  2. My Best Friend
    #2

    My Best Friend (1999)

    6,547 views

    "My Best Friend" is a song written by Aimee Mayo and Bill Luther, and performed by American country music singer Tim McGraw that reached the top of the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. It was released in October 1999 as the third single from his CD A Place in the Sun.


  3. Everything I Do, I Do It For You
    #3

    Everything I Do, I Do It For You (1991)

    6,629 views

    "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You" is a song by Canadian singer and songwriter Bryan Adams. Written by Adams, Michael Kamen and Robert John "Mutt" Lange, featured on two albums simultaneously on its release, the soundtrack album from the 1991 film Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves and on Adams' sixth studio solo album Waking Up the Neighbours (1992).


  4. Against The Wind
    #4

    Against The Wind (1980)

    6,400 views

    "Against the Wind" is a song by Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band from the 1980 album Against the Wind. "Against the Wind" is the highest ranking single from the album, peaking at #5. Glenn Frey of the Eagles sang background vocals on this song.


  5. You Had Me from Hello
    #5

    You Had Me from Hello (1999)

    4,947 views

    "You Had Me from Hello" is a song co-written and performed by American country music artist Kenny Chesney. It was released in April 1999 as the second single from Chesney's album Everywhere We Go. The song reached number one on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) chart. Chesney wrote the song with Skip Ewing.


  6. Lost In You
    #6

    Lost In You (1999)

    4,300 views

    "Lost in You" is a song co-written by Gordon Kennedy, Wayne Kirkpatrick, and Tommy Sims. It was recorded by American country music artist Garth Brooks under the fictitious persona of alternative rock artist Chris Gaines. It was released in July 1999 as the lead single from the album Greatest Hits. Originally, the album was intended to be the soundtrack for a movie called The Lamb that would star Brooks as a rock star recalling the different periods of his life. The single was purposely released over a year in advance from the scheduled film release date to pique interest in Brooks performing rock instead of country. The Lamb, however, was never filmed due to financial and management problems. It peaked at No. 5 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart.


  7. Breathe
    #7

    Breathe (1999)

    4,294 views

    "Breathe" is a song written by Stephanie Bentley and Holly Lamar and recorded by American country music artist Faith Hill. It was released in October 1999 as the first single and title track from her album of the same name. "Breathe" became Hill's 7th number one on the country music charts in the US. The song spent six weeks at #1 on the Billboard Country charts in December 1999 and January 2000. It also peaked at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 in April 2000, having been blocked by "Maria Maria" by Santana featuring The Product G&B and "Try Again" by Aaliyah.


  8. Bawitdaba
    #8

    Bawitdaba (1999)

    3,855 views

    "Bawitdaba" is a song by American singer-songwriter and rapper Kid Rock, the third single off his Atlantic Records debut Devil Without A Cause, released in 1998.


  9. Back At One
    #9

    Back At One (1999)

    3,803 views

    "Back at One" is a song written and performed by American recording artist Brian McKnight, taken from his fifth studio album of the same name.


  10. All I Have to Give
    #10

    All I Have to Give (1998)

    3,564 views

    "All I Have to Give" is a song by American pop group the Backstreet Boys, produced and written by Full Force, and released as the sixth and final single from their album Backstreet's Back and the seventh and final single from their US debut album. The single debuted at number 2 on the UK Singles Chart and peaked at number 5 on the US Billboard Hot 100, this song became 1999 U.S. Billboard 's 29th hottest single. At the 1999 Teen Choice Awards, the song won Choice Music: Video of the Year. It was also featured as a track on the 1999 US compilation album Now That's What I Call Music! 3.


  11. I Want It That Way
    #11

    I Want It That Way (1999)

    3,502 views

    "I Want It That Way" is a song by the American boy band Backstreet Boys, released as the lead single from their third studio album, Millennium (1999). It was written by Max Martin and Andreas Carlsson, while Martin and Kristian Lundin produced it. The pop ballad talks about a relationship strained by matters of emotional or physical distance.


  12. I Could Not Ask For More
    #12

    I Could Not Ask For More (2000)

    3,113 views

    "I Could Not Ask for More" is a song composed by American songwriter Diane Warren and originally recorded and released in February, 1999, by American recording artist Edwin McCain as part of the original soundtrack for the Kevin Costner/Robin Wright film Message in a Bottle. It was a featured track in his third studio album, Messenger and became a Billboard-charted Top 40 single in the summer of 1999.


  13. Write This Down
    #13

    Write This Down (1999)

    3,429 views

    "Write This Down" is a song written by Dana Hunt and Kent Robbins, and performed by American country music singer George Strait. It was released in March 1999 as the second single from his album Always Never the Same. It was Strait's 36th Number One single on the Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) chart. It also reached number 27 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming one of his most successful crossover singles to date.


  14. How Forever Feels
    #14

    How Forever Feels (1998)

    3,542 views

    "How Forever Feels" is a song written by Wendell Mobley and Tony Mullins, and recorded by American country music artist Kenny Chesney. It was released in December 1998 as the first single released from his album, Everywhere We Go. The song reached the top of the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart and the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada. It also peaked at number 27 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart.


  15. Something Like That
    #15

    Something Like That (1999)

    2,901 views

    "Something Like That" is a song written by Rick Ferrell and Keith Follesé, and performed by American country music artist Tim McGraw. It was released in June 1999 as the second single from McGraw's album A Place in the Sun. The song reached number one on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) chart. It also reached number one on the Canadian RPM Country Singles and peaked at number 28 on the Billboard Hot 100, making it a minor crossover hit. According to Nielsen BDS, the song was the top-played radio single in any musical genre in the 2000s with 487,343 spins from January 1, 2000, to December 17, 2009.


  16. Heartbreaker
    #16

    Heartbreaker (1999)

    2,750 views

    "Heartbreaker" is a song by American singer-songwriter Mariah Carey. It was released on September 21, 1999 by Columbia Records as the lead single from Carey's seventh studio album, Rainbow (1999). The song was written by Carey and Jay-Z and produced by the former and DJ Clue. Additional writers are credited, since the song's hook is built around a sample from "Attack of the Name Game" by Stacy Lattisaw. "Heartbreaker" pushed Carey even further into the R&B and hip-hop market, becoming her first commercial single to feature a hip-hop artist. Lyrically, the song talks about a relationship from the female perspective, and how the protagonist incessantly returns to her lover, even though he continuously cheats on her and breaks her heart.


  17. Buy Me A Rose
    #17

    Buy Me A Rose (1999)

    3,207 views

    "Buy Me a Rose" is a song written by Jim Funk and Erik Hickenlooper, and recorded by American country music artist Kenny Rogers. It was released in October 1999 as the third single from his album She Rides Wild Horses. Upon reaching Number One on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts in May 2000, the song made Rogers (who was 61 years old at the time) the oldest country singer to have a Number One hit.


  18. Show Me The Meaning Of Being Lonely
    #18

    Show Me The Meaning Of Being Lonely (1999)

    3,064 views

    "Show Me the Meaning of Being Lonely" is a song by American boy band Backstreet Boys, taken from their third studio album, Millennium (1999). Written by Max Martin and Herbie Crichlow, with production by Martin and Kristian Lundin, "Show Me the Meaning of Being Lonely" is a sad, pop and R&B ballad, with Latin pop influences, about missing someone that you love and asking the meaning of living a lonely life.


  19. Boom Boom Boom Boom
    #19

    Boom Boom Boom Boom (1999)

    2,378 views

    "Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom!!" is a song by the Dutch Eurodance group Vengaboys. It was released in June 1999 as a single. It reached number one on the UK Singles Chart on 26 June 1999.


  20. Can't Fight The Moonlight
    #20

    Can't Fight The Moonlight (2000)

    2,783 views

    "Can't Fight the Moonlight" is a Country pop song written by Diane Warren, recorded by country pop singer LeAnn Rimes and featured on the soundtrack of the film Coyote Ugly. It is also featured in the film and is also credited as the theme of the film. Released as a single on August 22, 2000 by Rimes, the song peaked at number eleven on the Billboard Hot 100. Internationally, the song topped the charts in eight countries, including Australia and the United Kingdom. In the former country, "Can't Fight the Moonlight" became Australia's best-selling single of 2001.


  21. For A Little While
    #21

    For A Little While (1998)

    2,620 views

    "For A Little While" is a song written by Steve Mandile, Jerry Vandiver and Phil Vassar, and performed by American country music artist Tim McGraw. It was released in November 1998 as the sixth and final single from his album Everywhere. The song peaked at number 2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart but reached number-one on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks chart.


  22. Smoke Rings In The Dark
    #22

    Smoke Rings In The Dark (1999)

    2,518 views

    "Smoke Rings in the Dark" is a song written by Rivers Rutherford and Houston Robert, and recorded by American country music artist Gary Allan. It was released in August 1999 as the first single and title track from the album of the same name. The song peaked at number 12 on the U.S. country chart in February 2000 and at number 5 in Canada. It also peaked at number 76 on the Hot 100. It is Allan's highest peaking single in Canada.


  23. Some Broken Hearts Never Mend
    #23

    Some Broken Hearts Never Mend (1977)

    2,609 views

    "Some Broken Hearts Never Mend" is a song written by Wayland Holyfield, and recorded by American country music artist Don Williams. It was released in January 1977 as the first single from the album Visions. "Some Broken Hearts Never Mend" was Don Williams' sixth number one on the country chart. The single stayed at number one for a single week and spent a total of 12 weeks within the top 40.


  24. I Love You
    #24

    I Love You (1999)

    2,441 views

    "I Love You" is a song written by Keith Follesé, Adrienne Follesé and Tammy Hyler, and recorded by American country singer Martina McBride. It was released in July 1999 as the first single from her album Emotion. McBride originally recorded "I Love You" for the 1999 film's soundtrack, Runaway Bride, starring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere. The promotion the song got on the soundtrack is one of the reasons for its high chart performance. The single was then released on her upcoming album.


  25. Believe
    #25

    Believe (1998)

    2,682 views

    "Believe" is a song recorded by American singer-actress Cher. It is the title track from her twenty-second studio album of the same name (1998), and was released as the lead single from the album on October 19, 1998 by Warner Bros. Records. It was written by Brian Higgins, Stuart McLennen, Paul Barry, Steven Torch, Matthew Gray, Timothy Powell, Jeff Lynne, and Cher and produced by Mark Taylor and Brian Rawling. A considerable departure from Cher's work at the time, "Believe" abandoned the singer's then pop rock-based repertoire in favor being more club-friendly, in order to engage a younger audience.


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