US Top 40 Singles For The Week Ending May 9, 1981

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TW LW TITLE Artist (Label)-Weeks on Chart (Peak Position)

1 1 MORNING TRAIN (Nine To Five) –•– Sheena Easton (EMI-America)-13 (2 weeks at #1) (1)
2 2 JUST THE TWO OF US –•– Grover Washington Jr. (with Bill Withers) (Elektra)-13 (2)
3 3 BEING WITH YOU –•– Smokey Robinson (Tamla)-13 (3)
4 4 ANGEL OF THE MORNING –•– Juice Newton (Capitol)-12 (4)
5 7 BETTE DAVIS EYES –•– Kim Carnes (EMI-America)-7 (5)
6 5 KISS ON MY LIST –•– Daryl Hall and John Oates (RCA)-16 (1)
7 12 TAKE IT ON THE RUN –•– REO Speedwagon (Epic)-8 (7)
8 9 LIVING INSIDE MYSELF –•– Gino Vannelli (Arista)-8 (8)
9 18 SUKIYAKI –•– A Taste Of Honey (Capitol)-10 (9)
10 10 I CAN’T STAND IT –•– Eric Clapton and His Band (RSO)-11 (10)

11 11 HER TOWN TOO –•– James Taylor and J.D. Souther (Columbia)-9 (11)
12 15 TOO MUCH TIME ON MY HANDS –•– Styx (A&M)-8 (12)
13 17 WATCHING THE WHEELS –•– John Lennon (Geffen)-7 (13)
14 6 RAPTURE –•– Blondie (Chrysalis)-15 (1)
15 8 WHILE YOU SEE A CHANCE –•– Steve Winwood (Island)-14 (7)
16 20 SWEETHEART –•– Frankie and the Knockouts (Millenium)-10 (16)
17 19 AIN’T EVEN DONE WITH THE NIGHT –•– John Cougar (Riva)-15 (17)
18 21 YOU BETTER YOU BET –•– The Who (Warner Brothers)-8 (18)
19 23 HOW ‘BOUT US –•– Champaign (Columbia)-13 (19)
20 25 A WOMAN NEEDS LOVE (Just Like You Do) –•– Ray Parker Jr. and Raydio (Arista)-10 (20)

21 32 MEDLEY: INTRO VENUS/SUGAR SUGAR/NO REPLY/I’LL BE BACK/DRIVE MY CAR/
DO YOU WANT TO KNOW A SECRET/WE CAN WORK IT OUT/I SHOULD HAVE KNOWN
BETTER/NOWHERE MAN/YOU’RE GOING TO LOSE THAT GIRL/STARS ON 45 –•– Stars On 45 (Radio Records)-5 (21)
22 24 I LOVE YOU –•– The Climax Blues Band (Warner Brothers)-12 (22)
23 27 I MISSED AGAIN –•– Phil Collins (Atlantic)-8 (23)
24 31 SAY YOU’LL BE MINE –•– Christopher Cross (Warner Brothers)-7 (24)
25 29 WHAT ARE WE DOIN’ IN LOVE –•– Dottie West (with Kenny Rogers) (Liberty)-7 (25)
26 28 LOVE YOU LIKE I NEVER LOVED BEFORE –•– John O’Banion (Elektra)-7 (26)
27 39 AMERICA –•– Neil Diamond (Capitol)-3 (27)
28 30 HOLD ON LOOSELY –•– 38 Special (A&M)-11 (28)
29 13 SOMEBODY’S KNOCKIN’ –•– Terri Gibbs (MCA)-17 (13)
30 35 SINCE I DON’T HAVE YOU –•– Don McLean (Millenium)-5 (30)

31 40 THIS LITTLE GIRL –•– Gary U.S. Bonds (EMI-America)-3 (31)
32 36 FIND YOUR WAY BACK –•– Jefferson Starship (Grunt)-6 (32)
33 14 DON’T STAND SO CLOSE TO ME –•– The Police (A&M)-14 (10)
34 16 WOMAN –•– John Lennon (Geffen)-17 (2)
35 26 KEEP ON LOVING YOU –•– REO Speedwagon (Epic)-24 (1)
36 38 BLESSED ARE THE BELIEVERS –•– Anne Murray (Capitol)-7 (36)
37 37 WASN’T THAT A PARTY –•– The Rovers (Cleveland International)-12 (37)
38 42 JESSIE’S GIRL –•– Rick Springfield (RCA)-7 (38)
39 48 AI NO CORRIDA (I-No-Ko-ree-da) –•– Quincy Jones (with Dune) (A&M)-5 (39)
40 22 TIME OUT OF MIND –•– Steely Dan (MCA)-9 (22)

OFF THE CHARTS

42 33 THE BEST OF TIMES –•– Styx (A&M)-16 (3)
44 34 CRYING –•– Don McLean (Millenium)-16 (5)

POWER PLAYS

41 45 I LOVED ‘EM EVERY ONE –•– T.G. Sheppard (Warner Brothers/Curb)-9 (41)
43 47 BUT YOU KNOW I LOVE YOU –•– Dolly Parton (RCA)-6 (43)
45 53 WINNING –•– Santana (Columbia)-5 (45)
46 52 SUPER TROUPER –•– Abba (Atlantic)-6 (46)
48 61 THE WAITING –•– Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers (Backstreet)-2 (48)
50 44 DON’T STOP THE MUSIC –•– Yarbrough and Peoples (Mercury)-14 (19)

DEBUTS

71 — NOBODY WINS –•– Elton John (Geffen)-1 (71)
81 — MODERN GIRL –•– Sheena Easton (EMI-America)-1 (81)
82 — ARC OF A DIVER –•– Steve Winwood (Island)-1 (82)
85 — THEME FROM “GREATEST AMERICAN HERO” (Believe It Or Not) –•– Joey Scarbury (Elektra)-1 (85)
86 — YOU’RE SO EASY TO LOVE –•– Tommy James (Millenium)-1 (86)
87 — ALMOST SATURDAY NIGHT –•– Dave Edmunds (Swan Song)-1 (87)
88 — LOVIN’ THE NIGHT AWAY –•– The Dillman Band (RCA)-1 (88)
90 — NEXT TIME YOU’LL KNOW –•– Sister Sledge (Cotillion)-1 (90)