1985 in Country Music - Top Hits of The Year - Singles Released By American Artists

Singles Released By American Artists

Single Artist
1 1 40 Hour Week (For a Livin') Alabama
1 1 Ain't She Somethin' Else Conway Twitty
8 8 All Tangled Up in Love Gus Hardin
8 22 Angel in Your Arms Barbara Mandrell
1 1 Baby Bye Bye Gary Morris
1 1 Baby's Got Her Blue Jeans On Mel McDaniel
1 1 The Best Year of My Life Eddie Rabbitt
5 5 Betty's Bein' Bad Sawyer Brown
3 7 Between Blue Eyes and Jeans Conway Twitty
15 13 Blue Highway John Conlee
15 Break Away Gail Davies
13 11 California Keith Stegall
1 1 Can't Keep a Good Man Down Alabama
9 11 Carolina in the Pines Michael Martin Murphey
1 1 The Chair George Strait
1 1 Country Boy Ricky Skaggs
1 1 Country Girls John Schneider
5 3 The Cowboy Rides Away George Strait
1 1 Crazy Kenny Rogers
1 1 Crazy for Your Love Exile
9 8 Cry Just a Little Bit Sylvia
15 20 Desperados Waiting for a Train The Highwaymen
20 16 Dim Lights, Thick Smoke (And Loud Loud Music) Vern Gosdin
1 1 Dixie Road Lee Greenwood
1 10 Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind George Strait
8 5 Doncha? T. G. Sheppard
1 1 Don't Call Him a Cowboy Conway Twitty
3 5 Don't Call It Love Dolly Parton
2 26 Drinkin' and Dreamin' Waylon Jennings
20 17 Eye of a Hurricane John Anderson
2 1 Fallin' in Love Sylvia
5 10 The Fireman George Strait
7 5 The First Word in Memory Is Me Janie Fricke
1 1 Forgiving You Was Easy Willie Nelson
17 5 The Girl Most Likely To B. J. Thomas
1 1 Girls' Night Out The Judds
7 15 Got No Reason Now for Goin' Home Gene Watson
15 13 Hallelujah, I Love You So George Jones with Brenda Lee
1 1 Hang On to Your Heart Exile
6 10 Have I Got a Deal for You Reba McEntire
1 2 Have Mercy The Judds
19 42 Heart Don't Do This to Me Loretta Lynn
8 15 Heart Trouble Steve Wariner
3 3 Hello Mary Lou The Statler Brothers
2 2 High Horse Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
1 1 Highwayman Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson and Johnny Cash
1 1 Honor Bound Earl Thomas Conley
1 6 How Blue Reba McEntire
1 1 I Don't Know Why You Don't Want Me Rosanne Cash
1 1 I Don't Mind the Thorns (If You're the Rose) Lee Greenwood
1 3 I Fell in Love Again Last Night The Forester Sisters
1 4 I Need More of You The Bellamy Brothers
10 6 I Never Made Love (Till I Made It with You) Mac Davis
8 6 I Wanna Hear It from You Eddy Raven
5 3 I Wanna Say Yes Louise Mandrell
10 9 I Want Everyone to Cry Restless Heart
20 I'd Dance Every Dance with You The Kendalls
1 1 I'll Never Stop Loving Stop You Gary Morris
1 5 I'm for Love Hank Williams, Jr.
10 7 I'm Gonna Leave You Tomorrow John Schneider
10 10 I'm the One Mama Warned You About Mickey Gilley
20 19 If It Ain't Love Ed Bruce
12 22 If It Ain't Love (Let's Leave It Alone) The Whites
10 5 If It Weren't for Him Vince Gill with Rosanne Cash
15 15 If That Ain't Love Lacy J. Dalton
16 45 If the Phone Doesn't Ring, It's Me Jimmy Buffett
5 1 In a New York Minute Ronnie McDowell
12 31 It Ain't Gonna Worry My Mind Ray Charles with Mickey Gilley
19 12 It Should Have Been Love by Now Barbara Mandrell with Lee Greenwood
10 6 It's a Short Walk from Heaven to Hell John Schneider
15 18 It's All Over Now John Anderson
20 49 It's Time for Love Don Williams
10 10 Kern River Merle Haggard
4 A Lady Like You Glen Campbell
9 8 Lasso the Moon Gary Morris
19 21 The Legend and the Man Conway Twitty
16 Leona Sawyer Brown
6 6 Let It Roll (Let It Rock) Mel McDaniel
16 33 Let Me Down Easy Jim Glaser
23 20 Let the Heartache Ride Restless Heart
2 3 Lie to You for Your Love The Bellamy Brothers
1 1 Little Things The Oak Ridge Boys
5 5 A Long and Lasting Love Crystal Gayle
1 1 Lost in the Fifties Tonight (In the Still of the Night) Ronnie Milsap
14 (Love Always) Letter to Home Glen Campbell
1 1 Love Don't Care (Whose Heart It Breaks) Earl Thomas Conley
1 1 Love Is Alive The Judds
9 14 Love Talks Ronnie McDowell
10 14 Major Moves Hank Williams, Jr.
1 1 Make My Life with You The Oak Ridge Boys
8 23 Maybe My Baby Louise Mandrell
4 1 Me Against the Night Crystal Gayle
14 6 Me and Paul Willie Nelson
1 19 Meet Me in Montana Dan Seals with Marie Osmond
20 32 The Mississippi Squirrel Revival Ray Stevens
1 2 Modern Day Romance Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
2 2 My Baby's Got Good Timing Dan Seals
9 9 My Old Yellow Car Dan Seals
1 3 My Only Love The Statler Brothers
19 My Toot Toot Rockin' Sidney
1 2 Natural High Merle Haggard
1 1 Nobody Falls Like a Fool Earl Thomas Conley
3 4 Nobody Wants to Be Alone Crystal Gayle
2 1 Old Hippie The Bellamy Brothers
4 3 One Owner Heart T. G. Sheppard
5 6 Only in My Mind Reba McEntire
9 8 Operator, Operator Eddy Raven
1 1 A Place to Fall Apart Merle Haggard featuring Janie Fricke
10 12 Pretty Lady Keith Stegall
1 1 Radio Heart Charly McClain
1 1 Real Love Kenny Rogers with Dolly Parton
9 9 Rollin' Lonely Johnny Lee
12 12 Save the Last Chance Johnny Lee
1 1 Seven Spanish Angels Ray Charles with Willie Nelson
1 1 She Keeps the Home Fires Burning Ronnie Milsap
11 11 She Used to Love Me a Lot David Allan Coe
1 1 She's a Miracle Exile
6 22 She's Comin' Back to Say Goodbye Eddie Rabbitt
9 5 She's Gonna Win Your Heart Eddy Raven
2 1 She's My Rock George Jones
2 2 She's Single Again Janie Fricke
19 11 Size Seven Round (Made of Gold) George Jones with Lacy J. Dalton
10 7 Slow Burning Memory Vern Gosdin
1 1 Some Fools Never Learn Steve Wariner
4 4 Somebody Else's Fire Janie Fricke
1 8 Somebody Should Leave Reba McEntire
26 14 Someone Like You Emmylou Harris
2 1 Something in My Heart Ricky Skaggs
6 24 Sometimes When We Touch Mark Gray with Tammy Wynette
5 3 Stand Up Mel McDaniel
1 1 Step That Step Sawyer Brown
10 (That's What You Do) When You're in Love The Forester Sisters
1 1 (There's A) Fire in the Night Alabama
7 24 There's No Love in Tennessee Barbara Mandrell
1 2 There's No Way Alabama
19 37 They Never Had to Get Over You Johnny Lee
14 14 Thing About You Southern Pacific with Emmylou Harris
4 22 This Ain't Dallas Hank Williams, Jr.
1 1 Too Much on My Heart The Statler Brothers
1 1 Touch a Hand, Make a Friend The Oak Ridge Boys
14 18 Two Old Cats Like Us Ray Charles with Hank Williams, Jr.
3 1 Used to Blue Sawyer Brown
2 3 Walkin' a Broken Heart Don Williams
10 14 Waltz Me to Heaven Waylon Jennings
4 3 Warning Sign Eddie Rabbitt
3 1 What I Didn't Do Steve Wariner
8 6 What She Wants Michael Martin Murphey
17 46 When Givin' Up Was Easy Ed Bruce
14 6 White Line Emmylou Harris
3 2 Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes George Jones
5 9 With Just One Look in Your Eyes Charly McClain with Wayne Massey
7 6 Working Man John Conlee
10 27 A World Without Love Eddie Rabbitt
2 2 Years After You John Conlee
20 20 You Can't Run Away from Your Heart Lacy J. Dalton
7 8 You Make Me Feel Like a Man Ricky Skaggs
1 1 You Make Me Want to Make You Mine Juice Newton
3 3 You Turn Me On (Like a Radio) Ed Bruce
10 8 You're Going Out of My Mind T. G. Sheppard
9 6 You've Got a Good Love Comin' Lee Greenwood
10 7 You've Got Something on Your Mind Mickey Gilley

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