The Number One Hits Of 1965

The Number One Hits Of 1965:

Sidenote: The best-selling song of 1965 was Wooly Bully by Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs, which peaked at number two on June 5, 1965.

December 26, 1964 – January 22, 1965:
The BeatlesI Feel Fine

January 23, 1965 – February 5, 1965:
Petula ClarkDowntown

February 6, 1965 – February 19, 1965:
Righteous BrothersYou’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’

February 20, 1965 – March 5, 1965:
Gary Lewis & The PlayboysThis Diamond Ring

March 6, 1965 – March 12, 1965:
The TemptationsMy Girl

March 13, 1965 – March 26, 1965:
The BeatlesEight Days a Week

March 27, 1965 – April 9, 1965:
The SupremesStop! In the Name of Love

April 10, 1965 – April 23, 1965:
Freddie and the DreamersI’m Telling You Now

April 24, 1965 – April 30, 1965:
Wayne Fontana & The MindbendersGame of Love

May 1, 1965 – May 21, 1965:
Herman’s HermitsMrs. Brown, You’ve Got a Lovely Daughter

May 22, 1965 – May 28, 1965:
The BeatlesTicket to Ride

May 29, 1965 – June 11, 1965:
The Beach BoysHelp Me Rhonda

June 12, 1965 – June 18, 1965:
The SupremesBack In My Arms Again

June 19, 1965 – June 25, 1965:
Four TopsI Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)

June 26, 1965 – July 9, 1965:
The ByrdsMr. Tambourine Man

July 10, 1965 – August 6, 1965:
The Rolling Stones(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction

August 7, 1965 – August 13, 1965:
Herman’s HermitsI’m Henry VIII, I Am

August 14, 1965 – September 3, 1965:
Sonny & CherI Got You Babe

September 4, 1965 – September 24, 1965:
The BeatlesHelp!

September 25, 1965 – October 1, 1965:
Barry McGuireEve Of Destruction

October 2, 1965 – October 8, 1965:
The McCoysHang On Sloopy

October 9, 1965 – November 5, 1965:
The BeatlesYesterday

November 6, 1965 – November 19, 1965:
The Rolling StonesGet Off of My Cloud

November 20, 1965 – December 3, 1965:
The SupremesI Hear A Symphony

December 4, 1965 – December 24, 1965:
The ByrdsTurn! Turn! Turn!

December 25, 1965 – December 31, 1966:
The Dave Clark FiveOver and Over

(Data is compiled from various charts including Billboard’s “Pop,” “Airplay,” “R&B” and “Singles” Charts. “Hot 100” is the primary chart used starting October, 1958)