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Tjr: Don't Stop The Party 9 One Direction: Kiss You 10 Bruno Mars: Locked Out Of Heaven UK OFFICIAL CHART January 29, 1977 1 David Soul: Don't Give Up On Us 2 Julie Covington: Don't Cry For Me Argentina 3 Barry Biggs: Sideshow 4 David Parton: Isn't She Lovely 5 Drifters: You're More Than A Number In My Little Red Book 6 Stevie Wonder: I Wish 7 10CC: The Things We Do For Love 8 Boney M: Daddy Cool 9 Status Quo: Wild Side of Life 10 Rose Royce: Car Wash
When Louise Dearman sang Don't Cry for me Argentina it was spellbinding.
A real fitting tribute to this man of Scotland was the tune Don't Cry For Me Argentina and I'm sure Ally would have a wee smile on his face.
Madge's evocative performance - ably aided by Antonio Banderas, Jonathan Pryce and Jimmy Nail - is perhaps best remembered by all those who saw the film in 1997 for the impact of the balcony scene where the heroine delivers the classic confession that is the epic Don't Cry For Me Argentina.
2 slot, fending off Madonna's Don't Cry for Me Argentina.