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US Top 40 Singles For Week Ending September 20, 1980

These are all the US Top 40 singles for the week ending September 20th, 1980.

Check out the top 100 artists of 80s here.

You can also view the entire 1980 chart here.

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

1 1 UPSIDE DOWN –•– Diana Ross (Motown)-11 (3 weeks at #1) (1)
2 2 ALL OUT OF LOVE –•– Air Supply (Arista)-15 (2)
3 9 ANOTHER ONE BITES THE DUST –•– Queen (Elektra)-6 (3)
4 4 FAME –•– Irene Cara (RSO)-15 (4)
5 8 LOOKIN’ FOR LOVE –•– Johnny Lee (Full Moon)-11 (5)
6 6 GIVE ME THE NIGHT –•– George Benson (Warner Brothers / Qwest)-12 (6)
7 7 LATE IN THE EVENING –•– Paul Simon (Warner Brothers)-7 (7)
8 10 DRIVIN’ MY LIFE AWAY –•– Eddie Rabbitt (Elektra)-14 (8)
9 15 ONE IN A MILLION YOU –•– Larry Graham (Warner Brothers)-13 (9)
10 3 EMOTIONAL RESCUE –•– The Rolling Stones (Rolling Stones)-12 (3)

11 12 I’M ALRIGHT –•– Kenny Loggins (Columbia)-11 (11)
12 17 XANADU –•– Olivia Newton-John / The Electric Light Orchestra (MCA)-7 (12)
13 14 YOU’RE THE ONLY WOMAN (You & I) –•– Ambrosia (Warner Brothers)-11 (13)
14 16 YOU’LL ACCOMP’NY ME –•– Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band (Capitol)-9 (14)
15 5 SAILING –•– Christopher Cross (Warner Brothers)-15 (1)
16 18 ALL OVER THE WORLD –•– The Electric Light Orchestra (MCA)-8 (16)
17 28 REAL LOVE –•– The Doobie Brothers (Warner Brothers)-3 (17)
18 20 HOT ROD HEARTS –•– Robbie Dupree (Elektra)-10 (18)
19 21 DON’T ASK ME WHY –•– Billy Joel (Columbia)-8 (19)
20 27 HE’S SO SHY –•– The Pointer Sisters (Planet)-9 (20)

21 23 SOMEONE THAT I USED TO LOVE –•– Natalie Cole (Capitol)-14 (21)
22 26 NEVER KNEW LOVE LIKE THIS BEFORE –•– Stephanie Mills (20th Century)-7 (22)
23 25 JESSE –•– Carly Simon (Warner Brothers)-8 (23)
24 29 LOOK WHAT YOU’VE DONE TO ME –•– Boz Scaggs (Columbia)-5 (24)
25 33 WOMAN IN LOVE –•– Barbra Streisand (Columbia)-3 (25)
26 32 NO NIGHT SO LONG –•– Dionne Warwick (Arista)-9 (26)
27 13 MAGIC –•– Olivia Newton-John (MCA)-18 (1)
28 11 INTO THE NIGHT –•– Benny Mardones (Polydor)-15 (11)
29 22 TAKE YOUR TIME (Do It Right) (Part 1) –•– The S.O.S. Band (Tabu)-17 (3)
30 19 BOULEVARD –•– Jackson Browne (Asylum)-12 (19)

31 24 LET MY LOVE OPEN THE DOOR –•– Pete Townsend (Atco)-15 (9)
32 38 HOW DO I SURVIVE –•– Amy Holland (Capitol)-7 (32)
33 30 HOW DOES IT FEEL TO BE BACK –•– Daryl Hall and John Oates (RCA)-10 (30)
34 35 YOU’RE SUPPOSED TO KEEP YOUR LOVE FOR ME –•– Jermaine Jackson (Motown)-11 (34)
35 34 IT’S STILL ROCK AND ROLL TO ME –•– Billy Joel (Columbia)-18 (1)
36 40 WHO’LL BE THE FOOL TONIGHT –•– The Larsen-Feiten Band (Warner Brothers)-6 (36)
37 36 MORE LOVE –•– Kim Carnes (EMI-America)-17 (10)
38 39 FIRST TIME LOVE –•– Livingston Taylor (Epic)-9 (38)
39 37 OLD-FASHION LOVE –•– The Commodores (Motown)-14 (20)
40 44 (Sartorial Eloquence) DON’T YA WANNA PLAY THIS GAME NO MORE –•– Elton John (MCA)-7 (40)

OFF THE CHARTS

51 31 HEY THERE LONELY GIRL –•– Robert John (EMI-America)-10 (31)

POWER PLAYS

41 50 MIDNIGHT ROCKS –•– Al Stewart (Arista)-4 (41)
42 46 RED LIGHT –•– Linda Clifford (RSO)-7 (42)
43 — THE WANDERER –•– Donna Summer (Geffen)-1 (43)
44 48 OUT HERE ON MY OWN –•– Irene Cara (RSO)-6 (44)
45 51 THE LEGEND OF WOOLEY SWAMP –•– The Charlie Daniels Band (Epic)-6 (45)
46 52 I’M ALMOST READY –•– The Pure Prairie League (Casablanca)-5 (46)
47 60 WHIP IT –•– Devo (Warner Brothers)-4 (47)
48 54 GAMES WITHOUT FRONTIERS –•– Peter Gabriel (Mercury)-6 (48)
49 56 LET ME BE YOUR ANGEL –•– Stacy Lattisaw (Cotillion)-7 (49)
50 69 ON THE ROAD AGAIN –•– Willie Nelson (Columbia)-3 (50)

DEBUTS

43 — THE WANDERER –•– Donna Summer (Geffen)-1 (43)
67 — DREAMER –•– Supertramp (A&M)-1 (67)
75 — LET ME TALK –•– Earth, Wind and Fire (ARC)-1 (75)
78 — MASTER BLASTER (Jammin’) –•– Stevie Wonder (Tamla)-1 (78)
82 — THAT GIRL COULD SING –•– Jackson Browne (Asylum)-1 (82)
85 — HEROES –•– The Commodores (Motown)-1 (85)
90 — HOLD ON –•– Kansas (Kirshner)-1 (90)
98 — PART OF ME THAT NEEDS YOU MOST –•– Jay Black (Midsong)-1 (98)

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