Billboard Year-End Hot chart for For detailed information on how Billboard compiled the charts, see the Wikipedia article " Billboard Hot ". Top s Songs. Bette Davis Eyes - Kim Carnes 2. Lady - Kenny Rogers 4. Jessie's Girl - Rick Springfield 6.
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There's always a debate to be had about exactly when a decade begins, in the year ending with "0" or the year ending in "1. Just know that, by the time rolled around, the new musical decade was well into motion. As disco faded, musicians found new applications for keyboards and guitar, launching new wave as a brand new style. And pop music would never be the same when upstart cable channel MTV began its dominion. One of the duo's best distillations of its many influences, this tune sparkles and succeeds wildly with a clever and unique lyrical conceit. It's also richly nostalgic not only through its somewhat dated production style but also its mastery of throwback pop music innocence. This may be bubblegum pop in essence, but it has a flavor that lasts and lasts. Simply one of the best pop songs of all time, Rick Springfield's most well-known tune really stands the test of time and repeated airplay. Armed with a killer guitar riff - which is actually quite nifty - and dripping with the real but fickle emotions of envy, lust, and passion, this song is a tour de force that alone proves Springfield's value as a songwriter.