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Subject: Here's another source that backs up what Billboard says.


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Date Posted: Wednesday, September 12, 07:35:30pm
In reply to: By the way, my source is the Top Country Singles 1944-1993 by Joel Whitburn. If he's wrong then let him know. 's message, "Chart wise it was the biggest hit of his career, it spent 10 weeks at #1. The next closest was "Guess Things Happen That Way" with 8 weeks then "Ring of Fire" with 7." on Wednesday, September 12, 07:21:35pm

http://tasteofcountry.com/johnny-cash-songs/

According to Billboard, "Ballad of a Teenage Queen" was Johnny Cash’s biggest chart hit of his career. The Cowboy Jack Clement composition hit the top in 1958 and stayed put for 10 weeks. Recorded on the popular Sun Records label, the song was a jukebox smash with teenagers of the ‘50s.

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Funny how an artist's worst song is often their biggest hit (NT)Go figureThursday, September 13, 11:15:08am


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