US Top 40 Singles For The Week Ending March 21, 1981

These are all the US Top 40 singles for the week ending March 21st, 1981. Check out the top 100 artists of 80s here. Curious to see the entire chart for this year? View the 1981 US Top Singles here. reo-speedwagon-keep-on-loving-you-epic reo-speedwagon-keep-on-loving-you-epic-5 TW LW TITLE Artist (Label)-Weeks on Chart (Peak Position) 1 2 KEEP ON LOVING YOU –•– REO Speedwagon (Epic)-17 (1 week at #1) (1) 2 3 WOMAN –•– John Lennon (Geffen)-10 (2) 3 4 THE BEST OF TIMES –•– Styx (A&M)-9 (3) 4 1 9 TO 5 –•– Dolly Parton (RCA)-17 (1) 5 6 CRYING –•– Don McLean (Millenium)-9 (5) 6 7 RAPTURE –•– Blondie (Chrysalis)-8 (6) 7 9 HELLO AGAIN –•– Neil Diamond (Capitol)-8 (7) 8 8 THE WINNER TAKES IT ALL –•– Abba (Atlantic)-18 (8) 9 5 I LOVE A RAINY NIGHT –•– Eddie Rabbitt (Elektra)-20 (1) 10 12 WHAT KIND OF FOOL –•– Barbra Streisand and Barry Gibb (Columbia)-8 (10) 11 11 I AIN’T GONNA STAND FOR IT –•– Stevie Wonder (Tamla)-15 (11) 12 14 KISS ON MY LIST –•– Daryl Hall and John Oates (RCA)-9 (12) 13 10 CELEBRATION –•– Kool and the Gang (De-Lite)-22 (1) 14 21 WHILE YOU SEE A CHANCE –•– Steve Winwood (Island)-7 (14) 15 22 DON’T STAND SO CLOSE TO ME –•– The Police (A&M)-7 (15) 16 16 GAMES PEOPLE PLAY –•– The Alan Parsons Project (Arista)-16 (16) 17 17 A LITTLE IN LOVE –•– Cliff Richard (EMI-America)-15 (17) 18 18 TREAT ME RIGHT –•– Pat Benatar (Chrysalis)-10 (18) 19 19 HEARTS ON FIRE –•– Randy Meisner (Epic)-9 (19) 20 20 FADE AWAY –•– Bruce Springsteen (Columbia)-7 (20) 21 24 MORNING TRAIN (Nine To Five) –•– Sheena Easton (EMI-America)-6 (21) 22 29 I CAN’T STAND IT –•– Eric Clapton and His Band (RSO)-4 (22) 23 27 JUST THE TWO OF US –•– Grover Washington Jr. (with Bill Withers) (Elektra)-6 (23) 24 26 PRECIOUS TO ME –•– Phil Seymour (Boardwalk)-9 (24) 25 28 SOMEBODY’S KNOCKIN’ –•– Terri Gibbs (MCA)-10 (25) 26 31 ANGEL OF THE MORNING –•– Juice Newton (Capitol)-5 (26) 27 15 THE TIDE IS HIGH –•– Blondie (Chrysalis)-19 (1) 28 30 GUITAR MAN –•– Elvis Presley (RCA)-15 (28) 29 38 HER TOWN TOO –•– James Taylor and J.D. Souther (Columbia)-2 (29) 30 13 GIVING IT UP FOR YOUR LOVE –•– Delbert McClinton (Capitol)-16 (8) 31 41 BEING WITH YOU –•– Smokey Robinson (Tamla)-6 (31) 32 36 JUST BETWEEN YOU AND ME –•– April Wine (Capitol)-7 (32) 33 25 SMOKY MOUNTAIN RAIN –•– Ronnie Milsap (RCA)-17 (24) 34 40 AIN’T EVEN DONE WITH THE NIGHT –•– John Cougar (Riva)-8 (34) 35 39 DON’T STOP THE MUSIC –•– Yarbrough and Peoples (Mercury)-7 (35) 36 23 LIVING IN A FANTASY –•– Leo Sayer (Warner Brothers)-9 (23) 37 32 SAME OLD LANG SYNE –•– Dan Fogelberg (Full Moon)-15 (9) 38 33 PASSION –•– Rod Stewart (Warner Brothers)-18 (5) 39 34 TOGETHER –•– Tierra (Boardwalk)-20 (18) 40 44 TURN ME LOOSE –•– Loverboy (Columbia)-8 (40) OFF THE CHARTS 41 35 AH LEAH –•– Donnie Iris (MCA)-15 (29) 74 37 STAYING WITH IT –•– Firefall (with Lisa Nemzo) (Atlantic)-9 (37) POWER PLAYS 42 49 IT’S A LOVE THING –•– The Whispers (Solar)-6 (42) 43 53 WHO DO YOU THINK YOU’RE FOOLIN’ –•– Donna Summer (Geffen)-5 (43) 44 48 HOW ‘BOUT US –•– Champaign (Columbia)-6 (44) 45 54 I LOVE YOU –•– The Climax Blues Band (Warner Brothers)-5 (45) 46 55 THE PARTY’S OVER (Hopelessly In Love) –•– Journey (Columbia)-4 (46) 48 70 TIME OUT OF MIND –•– Steely Dan (MCA)-2 (48) 50 64 SWEETHEART –•– Frankie and the Knockouts (Millenium)-3 (50) DEBUTS 60 — TOO MUCH TIME ON MY HANDS –•– Styx (A&M)-1 (60) 63 — YOU BETTER YOU BET –•– The Who (Warner Brothers)-1 (63) 65 — TAKE IT ON THE RUN –•– REO Speedwagon (Epic)-1 (65) 77 — LIVING INSIDE MYSELF –•– Gino Vannelli (Arista)-1 (77) 79 — I MISSED AGAIN –•– Phil Collins (Atlantic)-1 (79) 81 — SOMEBODY SPECIAL –•– Rod Stewart (Warner Brothers)-1 (81) 89 — ALL AMERICAN GIRLS –•– Sister Sledge (Cotillion)-1 (89) 90 — WHERE’S YOUR ANGEL –•– Lani Hall (A&M)-1 (90)