The Top Ten Songs of Frankie Laine

Mr. Rhythm, Frankie Laine was born on March 30th, 1913 and today would have been his 99th birthday! Laine’s career spanned 75 years and included a number of hits. We’ve listed his Top Ten songs according to the Billboard charts:

10.  High Noon  - million-seller & Oscar winning song; peaked at #5 in 1952


9.    That’s My Desire - Frankie’s first hit;  peaked at #4 in 1947


8.    Rose, Rose, I Love You  - with Mitch Miller’s Orchestra; peaked at #3 in 1951


7.    Jealousy  - peaked at #3 in 1951


6.    Moonlight Gambler  - with Ray Conniff Orchestra; peaked at #3 in 1956


5.    Jezebel – peaked at #2 in 1951


4.    I Believe  - Had a long run at #1 in England; peak at #2 in US. in 1953.


3.    Cry of the Wild Goose  -  #1 for 2 weeks in 1950


2.    Mule Train  - #1 for 6 weeks in 1949


1.    That Lucky Old Sun – #1 for 8 weeks in 1949.

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