Black Dog (song) - Chart Positions

Chart Positions

Chart (1972) Peak position
Japanese Singles Chart 24
Dutch Singles Chart 20
US Billboard Hot 100 Chart 15
Canadian CHUM 30 Chart 14
US Cash Box Top 100 Singles Chart 9
US Record World 100 Top Pops 10
Canadian RPM Top 100 Chart 11
German Singles Chart 22
Australian Go-Set Top 40 Singles Chart 9
New Zealand Top 50 Singles Chart 10
French Singles Chart 23
Chart (1973) Peak position
Swiss Singles Chart 6

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