The Enchanting Songs of Bee Gees

Welcome to the enchanting world of the “Songs of Bee Gees.” If you’re ready to embark on a musical journey through the timeless hits of the Bee Gees, you’re in for a treat. From disco anthems that ruled the dance floors to heartfelt ballads that tugged at the heartstrings, the Bee Gees’ repertoire is a testament to their musical genius.

Biggest Top 40 Hits

How Deep Is Your Love 1978 (#1 for 3 weeks)

A timeless ballad that transcends generations, ‘How Deep Is Your Love’ is a heartfelt masterpiece by the Bee Gees. Released in 1978, it captured the essence of love with its soulful melody and emotional lyrics. This chart-topping hit remains a classic that continues to touch the hearts of listeners worldwide.

Stayin’ Alive 1978 (#1 for 24 weeks)

When it comes to disco anthems, ‘Stayin’ Alive’ takes the crown. Released in 1978 as part of the ‘Saturday Night Fever’ soundtrack, this iconic track by the Bee Gees is synonymous with the disco era. Its infectious beat and unforgettable lyrics will have you dancing like it’s the ’70s all over again.

Night Fever 1978 (#1 for 28 weeks)

Dive back into the disco era with ‘Night Fever,’ a groovy sensation from 1978. As part of the ‘Saturday Night Fever’ album, this Bee Gees hit was a dance floor favorite. Its pulsating rhythm and catchy chorus make it a must-listen, even today, for those looking to relive the magic of the discotheque.

Too Much Heaven 1979 (#1 for 2 weeks)

In 1979, the Bee Gees serenaded the world with ‘Too Much Heaven.’ This heartfelt ballad showcases the group’s ability to touch the soul with their music. With its heavenly melody and tender lyrics, it’s a song that continues to be a source of comfort and inspiration.

Tragedy 1979 (#1 for 2 weeks)

The Bee Gees’ ‘Tragedy,’ released in 1979, is a fusion of pop and rock that pushed musical boundaries. This chart-topper is a testament to the band’s versatility, seamlessly blending genres. With its energetic sound and memorable lyrics, ‘Tragedy’ remains a favorite for those who appreciate the Bee Gees’ diverse musical talents.

Timeless Songs Beyond the Charts

If you’re a fan of legendary music that transcends generations, then you’re in for a treat. Today, we dive into the world of the Bee Gees and their chart-topping hits.


  • New York Mining Disaster 1941 (Have You Seen My Wife, Mr. Jones)
  • To Love Somebody
  • Holiday
  • (The Lights Went Out In) Massachusetts


  • First of May
  • Tomorrow Tomorrow
  • Don’t Forget to Remember


  • How Can You Mend A Broken Heart
  • Don’t Wanna Live Inside Myself


  • Saw a New Morning


  • Nights On Broadway
  • Fanny (Be Tender With My Love)


  • Boogie Child
  • Edge of the Universe
  • How Deep is your Love
  • Stayin’ Alive


  • Tragedy
  • Love you Inside Out


  • Words
  • Jumbo
  • I’ve Gotta Get a Message To You
  • I Started A Joke


  • If Only I had my Mind on Something Else
  • I.O.I.O.
  • Lonely Days


  • My World
  • Run To Me
  • Alive


  • Jive Talkin


  • You Should Be Dancing
  • Love So Right


  • Night Fever
  • Too Much Heaven