Dusty Springfield: Three Singles Made Top 10 in U.S.

Dusty Springfield singing her first single I Only Want To Be With You in this 1960’s video.

Dusty Springfield singing You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me my favorite song she recorded.

The only three singles that made the Top 10 chart in the United States were No.4 You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me, No.6 Wishin’ and Hopin’ and No.10 Son of a Preacher Man.

Dusty Springfield died on March 2, 1999 at the age of 59 thirteen days before she was to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

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Author: Andrew Godfrey

Retired from newspaper work after 38 years. Had served in the Army in Hawaii and Vietnam in the 60's. Am now retired and living in Sulphur, Louisiana.

4 thoughts on “Dusty Springfield: Three Singles Made Top 10 in U.S.”

  1. They were talking of making a movie about Dusty Springfield with Nicole Kidman portraying her but not sure if it is past the planning stage. You never know with movies if they will get off the ground.

  2. Info is incorrect, Dusty had 18 songs in the Hot 100 in the States. Among them, Stay Awhile, All I See Is You, Losing You, and the Pet Shop Boys duet which got to No.2 (What Have I Done To Deserve This.

  3. Good catch. I had written Top 10 at top of article but wrote Hot 100 in the article and have corrected it. I didn’t list the Pet Shop Boys since it was a collaboration and not just Dusty singing.

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