C-FUNTASTIC FIFTY

WEEK OF DECEMBER 21, 1963

WAS

IS

*2
1
11
*7
9
5
*6
*3
4
*21
20
*15
8
17
13
10
*16
12
*NEW
19
38
*23
*28
*25
*18
27
30
*14
49
*NEW
34
48
37
22
40
35
50
41
*24
32
NEW
31
44
45
NEW
26
*29
42
NEW
NEW

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50

SHE LOVES YOU
OUTER LIMITS
THE BOY NEXT DOOR
PRETTY PAPER
I HAVE A BOYFRIEND
DOMINIQUE
SHINDIG
MIDNIGHT MARY
FORGET HIM
LITTLE ST. NICK
HERE COMES THE BOY
THERE! I'VE SAID IT AGAIN
WASHINGTON SQUARE
DRAG CITY
YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE A BABY
IT'S ALL IN THE GAME
TALK BACK TREMBLING LIPS
POPSICLES AND ICICLES
PLEASE MR. POSTMAN
DRIP DROP
HEY LITTLE COBRA
HOLIDAY HOOTENANY
WHISPERING
TOMMY'S GIRL
WONDERFUL SUMMER
WHEN YOU WALK IN THE ROOM
DAISY PETAL PICKIN'
MOVE OVER
JINGLE BELL ROCK
THE 12 GIFTS OF CHRISTMAS
MY ONE AND ONLY JIMMY BOY
SOMETHING TO SING ABOUT
I WONDER WHAT SHE'S DOING
TURN AROUND
TRA LA LA SUZY
YOUR SWEET LOVE
BABY, I LOVE YOU
STEWBALL
BABY'S GONE
LITTLE DARLING
THE REAL NITTY GRITTY
DAVID'S MOOD
AS USUAL
MAMA WAS A COTTON PICKER
HOOKA TOOKA
I'M LEAVING IT UP TO YOU
BAD GIRL
SUGAR AND SPICE
CRYING ON MY PILLOW
SNAP, CRACKLE AND POP
*Denotes former Twin Pick hit.

THE BEATLES
The Mark-Ketts
The Secrets
Roy Orbison
The Chiffons
The Singing Nun
The Shadows
Joey Powers
Bobby Rydell
The Beach Boys
Tracey Dey
Bobby Vinton
The Village Stompers
Jan and Dean
The Caravelles
Cliff Richard
Johnny Tillotson
The Mur-maids
The Beatles
Dion DiMucci
The Rip Chords
Paul and Paula
A. Stevens / N. Tempo
The Visions
Robin Ward
Jackie De Shannon
Jimmy Gilmer
Bobby Curtola
Bobby Helms
Alan Sherman
The Girlfriends
The Raftsmen
Barry & Tamerlaines
Dick and Dee Dee
Dean and Jean
The Cascades
The Ronettes
Peter, Paul & Mary
Gene Thomas
Keith Colley
Shirley Elliston
Dave Lewis
Brenda Lee
Jimmy Rodgers
Chubby Checker
Dale and Grace
Neil Sedaka
The Searchers
Stan Cayer
The Routers


Twin pick hits of week

1.
2.

YOU DON'T OWE ME
FOR YOU

Lesley Gore
Rick Nelson





Notes:
-Number 1. "She Loves You" by the Beatles charts number 1 on C-FUN three months before it tops the Billboard chart on Mar. 21/64 and nearly two months before the group's first appearance on CBS's "The Ed Sullivan Show".
-Number 2. Due to a threatened lawsuit by the producers of the sci-fi TV series "The Outer Limits", the song title was changed to "Out Of Limits". The original title "Outer Limits" appears on C-FUN surveys until.the end of 1963.
-This is the last C-FUN chart for 1963. The following week is taken up by Soundathon #7. The next chart will be Jan. 4/64.



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