No. 14 Hits for '14: David Bowie, Drake, the Doors & More

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As 2014 gets underway, Chart Beat remembers songs that rose to No. 14 peaks on the Billboard Hot 100.

Despite their falling four spots shy of the top 10, these No. 14 hits remain among the most memorable songs of the past five-plus decades.

Happy New Year!
 

"Surfin' Safari," the Beach Boys, 1962

 

"Eight Miles High," the Byrds, 1966

 

"Ohio," Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, 1970

 

"Love the One You're With," Stephen Stills, 1971

 

"Riders on the Storm," the Doors, 1971

 

"Baby Blue," Badfinger, 1972

 

"Haven't Got Time for the Pain," Carly Simon, 1974

 

"Strange Magic," Electric Light Orchestra, 1976

 

"Knowing Me, Knowing You," ABBA, 1977
 

"Big Shot," Billy Joel, 1979

 

"Head Games," Foreigner, 1979

 

"Brass in Pocket (I'm Special)," 1980

 

"Misunderstanding," Genesis, 1980

 

"Whip It," Devo, 1980

 

"Rio," Duran Duran, 1983

Continued: 1983-2013 ... David Bowie to Drake


As 2014 gets underway, Chart Beat remembers songs that rose to No. 14 peaks on the Billboard Hot 100.

Despite their falling four spots shy of the top 10, these No. 14 hits remain among the most memorable songs of the past five-plus decades.

Happy New Year!
 

"Modern Love," David Bowie, 1983

 

"Every Little Kiss," Bruce Hornsby & the Range, 1986

 

"Dude (Looks Like a Lady)," Aerosmith, 1987

 

"A Little Respect," Erasure, 1989

 

"Angel of Harlem," U2, 1989

 

"Hippychick," Soho, 1990

 

"Unforgettable," Natalie Cole, 1991

 

"Walking on Broken Glass," Annie Lennox, 1992

 

"What's Up," 4 Non Blondes, 1993

 

"With You," Jessica Simpson, 2004

 

"Feel Good Inc," Gorillaz, 2005

 

"Waiting on the World to Change," John Mayer, 2007

 

"Lost Without U," Robin Thicke, 2007

 

"Your Love," Nicki Minaj, 2010

 

"If I Die Young," the Band Perry, 2011

 

"The Motto," Drake featuring Lil Wayne, 2012