From Billy Joel's "It’s Still Rock And Roll To Me" to Luis Fonsi's "Despacito," these are the hottest hits that dominated the radio airwaves between Memorial Day and Labor Day, from 1980 to 2017, according to Billboard magazine's Hot 100 chart.

Take a look back at the most popular "Songs of the Summer" that will definitely give a sense of nostalgia and bring you back to those hot summer days.


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Luis Fonsi became internationally known with his hit song "Despacito," whose remix features Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber, and it dominated the charts during the summer of 2017. Other songs that got plenty of airtime included: "That's What I Like," by Bruno Mars, "I'm the One," by DJ Khaled (feat. Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance The Rapper and Lil Wayne), "Wild Thoughts," by DJ Khaled feat. Rihanna and Bryson Tiller, "Shape of You," by Ed Sheeran, "Believer," by Imagine Dragons, "Humble.," by Kendrick Lamar, "Unforgettable," by French Montana feat. Swae Lee, "Body Like a Back Road," by Sam Hunt and "Congratulations," by Post Malone feat. Quavo.


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Drake's "One Dance" topped the charts in 15 countries including the U.S. where it topped the Billboard Hot 100 list for 10 nonconsecutive weeks during the summer of 2016. Other hit songs of that summer were: "Can't Stop The Feeling!," by Justin Timberlake, "Don't Let Me Down," by The Chainsmokers feat. Daya, "Cheap Thrills," by Sia feat. Sean Paul, "This Is What You Came For," by Calvin Harris feat. Rihanna, "Panda," by Desiigner, "Needed Me," by Rihanna, "Ride," by Twenty One Pilots, "Work From Home," by Fifth Harmony feat. Ty Dolla $ign and "Send My Love (To Your New Lover)," by Adele.


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Jamaican singer OMI's reworked "Cheerleader (Felix Jaehn Remix)" became the summer song of 2015 when it topped the Billboard Hot 100 list for six nonconsecutive weeks. Other songs that battled for the top spot were: "See You Again," by Wiz Khalifa feat. Charlie Puth, "Bad Blood," by Taylor Swift feat. Kendrick Lamar, "Can't Feel My Face," by The Weeknd, "Watch Me," by Silento, "Trap Queen," by Fetty Wap, "Shut Up And Dance," by Walk the Moon, "Lean On," by Major Lazer & DJ Snake feat. M0, "The Hills," by The Weeknd and "Fight Song," by Rachel Platten.


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Iggy Azalea, left, and Charli XCX's "Fancy" held the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 list for seven weeks throughout the summer of 2014. Other hits that summer included: "Rude," by MAGIC!, "Problem," by Ariana Grande feat. Iggy Azalea, "Stay With Me," by Sam Smith, "Am I Wrong," by Nico and Vinz, "All Of Me," by John Legend, "Wiggle," by Jason Derulo feat. Snoop Dogg, "Happy," by Pharrell Williams, "Summer," by Calvin Harris and "Turn Down For What," by DJ Snake and Lil Jon.


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Robin Thicke, Pharrell Williams and T.I. dominated the summer of 2013 with their hit song "Blurred Lines." Other contenders included: "Radioactive," by Imagine Dragons, "Get Lucky," by Daft Punk feat. Pharrell Williams, "We Can't Stop," by Miley Cyrus, "Can't Hold Us," by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis feat. Ray Dalton, "Cruise," by Florida Georgia Line feat. Nelly, "Mirrors," by Justin Timberlake, "Treasure," by Bruno Mars, "Cups (Pitch Perfect's When I'm Gone)," by Anna Kendrick and "Come & Get It," by Selena Gomez.


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Canadian singer Carly Rae Jepsen's breakthrough single "Call Me Maybe" became viral sensation, topping the Billboard Hot 100 chart for nine weeks during the summer of 2012. Other popular songs were: "Payphone," by Maroon 5 feat. Wiz Khalifa, "Somebody That I Used To Know," by Gotye feat. Kimbra, "Wide Awake," by Katy Perry, "Lights," by Ellie Goulding, "Where Have You Been," by Rihanna, "Whistle," by Flo Rida, "Titanium," by David Guetta feat. Sia, "We Are Young," by fun. feat. Janelle Monae and "Starships," by Nicki Minaj.


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EDM artists Redfoo and SkyBu teamed up to form LMFAO and topped the charts in the summer of 2011 with their single "Party Rock Anthem," which remained at number one for six weeks. Other summer hits included: "Give Me Everything," by Pitbull feat. Ne-Yo, Afrojack and Nayer, "Rolling In The Deep," by Adele, "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F)," by Katy Perry, "Super Bass," by Nicki Minaj, "How To Love," by Lil Wayne, "The Edge Of Glory," by Lady Gaga, "Good Life," by OneRepublic, "Tonight Tonight," by Hot Chelle Rae and "E.T.," by Katy Perry feat. Kanye West.


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Katy Perry continued to top charts into 2010 and her hit single "California Gurls" quickly became the song of the summer. Other hits included: "Love the Way You Lie," by Eminem feat. Rihanna, "Airplanes," by B.o.B feat. Hayley Williams, "OMG," by Usher feat., "Dynamite," by Taio Cruz, "Billionaire," by Travie McCoy feat. Bruno Mars, "Cooler Than Me," by Mike Posner, "I Like It," by Enrique Iglesias feat. Pitbull, "Find Your Love," by Drake and "Not Afraid," by Eminem.


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In 2009, The Black Eyed Peas returned from a brief hiatus with their fifth studio album, "The E.N.D.," which featured their hit single, "I Gotta Feeling," that remained at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for 14 weeks. Other top songs of that summer were: "Boom Boom Pow," also by The Black Eyed Peas, "Knock You Down," by Keri Hilson feat. Kanye West and Ne-Yo, "Best I Ever Had," by Drake, "You Belong With Me," by Taylor Swift, "Fire Burning," by Sean Kingston, "LoveGame," by Lady Gaga, "I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)," by Pitbull, "Use Somebody," by Kings Of Leon and "Waking Up In Vegas," by Katy Perry.


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Despite sparking controversy for its homosexual themes, Katy Perry's "I Kissed a Girl" topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart for seven consecutive weeks in 2008. Other hit songs that summer included: "Take A Bow," by Rihanna, "Lollipop," by Lil Wayne feat. Static Major, "Viva La Vida," by Coldplay, "Bleeding Love," by Leona Lewis, "Forever," by Chris Brown, "Pocketful Of Sunshine," by Natasha Bedingfield, "Disturbia," by Rihanna, "Leavin'," by Jesse McCartney and "Dangerous," by Kardinal Offishall feat. Akon.


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Barbados-born singer Rihanna topped the Billboard charts with "Umbrella," which featured Brooklyn-born rapper Jay-Z. Other songs of the summer in 2007 were: "Big Girls Don't Cry," by Fergie, "Party Like A Rockstar," by Shop Boyz, "Hey There Delilah," by Plain White T's, "Buy U A Drank (Shawty Snappin')," by T-Pain feat. Yung Joc, "The Way I Are," by Timbaland feat. Keri Hilson, "Beautiful Girls," by Sean Kingston, "Makes Me Wonder," by Maroon 5, "Bartender," by T-Pain feat. Akon and "Make Me Better," by Fabolous feat. Ne-Yo.


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Nelly Furtado and Timbaland had the hottest song of the summer in 2006 with "Promiscuous." Other Hot 100 songs included: "Hips Don't Lie," by Shakira, "Crazy," by Gnarls Barkley, "Me & U," by Cassie, "It's Going Down," by Yung Joc, "Buttons," by The Pussycat Dolls feat. Snoop Dogg, "Ridin'," by Chamillionaire feat. Krayzie Bone, "Unfaithful," by Rihanna, "Ain't No Other Man," by Christina Aguilera and "Over My Head (Cable Car)," by The Fray.


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Mariah Carey topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the summer for the second time in her career with 2005's hit song "We Belong Together." Other songs that peaked on the chart were: "Hollaback Girl," by Gwen Stefani, "Don't Cha," by The Pussycat Dolls feat. Busta Rhymes, "Pon De Replay," by Rihanna, "Behind These Hazel Eyes," by Kelly Clarkson, "Don't Phunk With My Heart," by The Black Eyed Peas, "Lose Control," by Missy Elliott feat. Ciara and Fat Man Scoop, "Let Me Hold You," by Bow Wow feat. Omarion, "Just A Lil Bit," by 50 Cent and "You And Me," by Lifehouse.


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Usher topped the charts in the summer for the second time in 2004 with his hit "Confessions Part II." Other top songs of the summer were: "Slow Motion," by Juvenile feat. Soulja Slim, "Burn," by Usher, "Lean Back," by Terror Squad, "The Reason," by Hoobastank, "If I Ain't Got You," by Alicia Keys, "Move Ya Body," by Nina Sky feat. Jabba, "Turn Me On," by Kevin Lyttle feat. Spragga Benz, "Dip It Low," by Christina Milian and "Sunshine," by Lil' Flip feat. Lea.


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Beyoncé's first single, "Crazy in Love," from her debut album, "Dangerously in Love," spent eight weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Other hit songs of the summer of 2003 were: "Magic Stick," by Lil Kim feat. 50 Cent, "Right Thurr," by Chingy, "Unwell," by Matchbox Twenty, "Rock Wit U (Awww Baby)," by Ashanti, "Get Busy," by Sean Paul, "Bring Me To Life," by Evanescence feat. Paul McCoy, "This Is The Night," by Clay Aiken, "P.I.M.P.," by 50 Cent, "Never Leave You - Uh Ooh, Uh Ooh!," by Lumidee.


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Nelly's "Hot In Herre" was the song of the summer in 2002. Other popular songs included: "Complicated," by Avril Lavigne, "Dilemma," by Nelly feat. Kelly Rowland, "Without Me," by Eminem, "I Need A Girl (Part Two)," by P. Diddy and Ginuwine feat. Loon, Mario Winans and Tammy Ruggeri, "Hero," by Chad Kroeger feat. Josey Scott, "The Middle," by Jimmy Eat World, "Foolish," by Ashanti, "A Thousand Miles," by Vanessa Carlton and "Just A Friend 2002," by Mario.


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Usher's "U Remind Me" peaked on the Billboard Top 100 chart in early July 2001 and also won him his first Grammy Award. Other songs that topped the charts were: "Let Me Blow Ya Mind," by Eve feat. Gwen Stefani, "Hanging By A Moment," by Lifehouse, "Hit 'Em Up Style (Oops!)," by Blu Cantrell, "Drops Of Jupiter (Tell Me)," by Train, "Peaches & Cream," by 112, "Bootylicious," by Destiny's Child, "Where The Party At," by Jagged Edge with Nelly, "Fallin'," by Alicia Keys and "All Or Nothing," by O-Town.


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"Bent," by Matchbox Twenty was released on July 4, 2000, and became the band's only number one hit ever on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Other popular songs of the summer were: "It's Gonna Be Me," by 'N Sync, "Try Again," by Aaliyah, "Doesn't Really Matter," by Janet Jackson, "Everything You Want," by Vertical Horizon, "I Wanna Know," by Joe, "Jumpin', Jumpin'," by Destiny's Child, "Higher," by Creed, "Incomplete," by Sisqo and "Absolutely (Story Of A Girl)," by Nine Days.


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Christina Aguilera's "Genie In A Bottle" spent five weeks in the number one spot on the charts and is often credited as the song that established her career. Other hit songs of 1999's summer months were: "If You Had My Love," by Jennifer Lopez, "Bills, Bills, Bills," by Destiny's Child, "Last Kiss," by Pearl Jam, "I Want It That Way," by Backstreet Boys, "Where My Girls At?," by 702, "All Star," by Smash Mouth, "Wild Wild West," by Will Smith feat. Dru Hill and Kool Moe Dee, "It's Not Right But It's Okay," by Whitney Houston and "Tell Me It's Real," by K-Ci and JoJo.


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R&B singers Brandy and Monica teamed up in the summer of 1998 for their hit "The Boy Is Mine," which topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart for 13 weeks. Other hit songs of the summer were: "You're Still The One," by Shania Twain, "Too Close," by Next, "My Way," by Usher, "Adia," by Sarah McLachlan, "My All," by Mariah Carey, "Come With Me," by Puff Daddy feat. Jimmy Page, "Make It Hot," by Nicole feat. Missy "Misdemeanor," Elliott and Mocha, "Crush," by Jennifer Paige and "All My Life," by K-Ci and JoJo​.


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Sean Combs -- known as Puff Daddy, P. Diddy or Diddy -- topped the charts in 1997 with Faith Evans and 112 with their single "I'll Be Missing You." Other top songs of the summer were: "B*tch," by Meredith Brooks, "MMMBop," by Hanson, "Quit Playing Games (With My Heart)," by Backstreet Boys, "Return Of The Mack," by Mark Morrison, "Semi-Charmed Life," by Third Eye Blind, "Say You'll Be There," by Spice Girls, "Mo Money Mo Problems," by The Notorious B.I.G. feat. Puff Daddy and Mase, "Do You Know (What It Takes)," by Robyn and "Look Into My Eyes," by Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.


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Los del Río reworked "Macarena (Bayside Boys remix)" spent 14 weeks on top of the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, one of the longest runs atop the Hot 100 chart in history. Other contenders in the summer of 1996 were: "You're Making Me High"/"Let It Flow," by Toni Braxton, "Give Me One Reason," by Tracy Chapman, "Tha Crossroads," by Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, "How Do U Want It"/"California Love," by 2Pac feat. K-Ci And JoJo, "Twisted," by Keith Sweat, "C'mon N' Ride It (The Train)," by Quad City DJs, "I Love You Always Forever," by Donna Lewis, "Always Be My Baby," by Mariah Carey and "Because You Loved Me," by Celine Dion.


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TLC's "Waterfalls" became the summer song of 1995, spending seven weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100 chart and peaking internationally as well. Other songs that competed for the top spot were: "Don't Take It Personal (Just One Of Dem Days)," by Monica, "One More Chance"/"Stay With Me," by The Notorious B.I.G., "Kiss From A Rose," by Seal, "I Can Love You Like That," by All-4-One, "Boombastic"/'In The Summertime," by Shaggy, "Water Runs Dry," by Boyz II Men, "Total Eclipse Of The Heart," by Nicki French, "Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman?," by Bryan Adams and "Run-Around," by Blues Traveler.


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"I Swear," originally written by Gary Baker and Frank J. Myers, was covered by All-4-One in the summer of 1994 and remained at the top of the charts for 11 weeks. Other top songs of the summer were: "Stay (I Missed You)," by Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories, "Don't Turn Around," by Ace Of Base, "Fantastic Voyage," by Coolio, "Can You Feel The Love Tonight," by Elton John, "Regulate," by Warren G & Nate Dogg, "Any Time, Any Place"/"And On And On," by Janet Jackson, "Wild Night," by John Mellencamp with Me'Shell Ndegeocello, "I'll Make Love To You," by Boyz II Men and "Back & Forth," by Aaliyah.


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Elvis Presley's "Can't Help Falling In Love" was covered by British reggae band UB40 in 1993 and quickly became a summer hit. Songs that couldn't reach the top spot but still dominated the radio were: "Whoomp! (There It Is)," by Tag Team, "Weak," by SWV, "That's The Way Love Goes," by Janet Jackson, "Lately," by Jodeci, "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)," by The Proclaimers, "Slam," by Onyx, "Knockin' Da Boots," by H-Town, "Show Me Love," by Robin S. and "If I Had No Loot," by Tony Toni Tone.


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Despite having the video briefly banned by MTV, Sir Mix-A-Lot's "Baby Got Back" remained the most popular song in the summer of 1992. Other top hits were: "End Of The Road," by Boyz II Men, "Baby-Baby-Baby," by TLC, "I'll Be There," by Mariah Carey, "Just Another Day," by Jon Secada, "Achy Breaky Heart," by Billy Ray Cyrus, "This Used To Be My Playground," by Madonna, "Under The Bridge," by Red Hot Chili Peppers, "November Rain," by Guns N' Roses and "Life Is A Highway," by Tom Cochrane.


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"(Everything I Do) I Do It For You," by Bryan Adams was the summer song of 1991. Other songs that dominated the radio were: "Rush Rush," by Paula Abdul, "Unbelievable," by EMF, "Right Here, Right Now," by Jesus Jones, "Every Heartbeat," by Amy Grant, "It Ain't Over 'Til It's Over," by Lenny Kravitz, "Summertime," by DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, "P.A.S.S.I.O.N.," by Rhythm Syndicate, "I Wanna Sex You Up," by Color Me Badd and "Fading Like A Flower (Every Time You Leave)," by Roxette.


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Huntington native Mariah Carey released her debut single "Vision of Love" on May 15, 1990, and dominated the top of the charts throughout the summer. Other tops hits included: "She Ain't Worth It," by Glenn Medeiros feat. Bobby Brown, "Cradle Of Love," by Billy Idol, "Step By Step," by New Kids On The Block, "If Wishes Came True," by Sweet Sensation, "Hold On," by En Vogue, "It Must Have Been Love," by Roxette, "The Power," by Snap, "Rub You The Right Way," by Johnny Gill and "Unskinny Bop," by Poison.


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Richard Marx's "Right Here Waiting," which was later sampled on Monica's "The Boy Is Mine," was the hit summer song in 1989. Other top songs of the summer included: "Toy Soldiers," by Martika, "Cold Hearted," by Paula Abdul, "Batdance," by Prince, "If You Don't Know Me By Now," by Simply Red, "On Our Own," by Bobby Brown, "Don't Wanna Lose You," by Gloria Estefan, "Baby Don't Forget My Number," by Milli Vanilli, "Good Thing," by Fine Young Cannibals and "So Alive," by Love And Rockets.


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Steve Winwood's "Roll With It" was the top summer hit in 1988 followed by: "The Flame," by Cheap Trick, "Monkey," by George Michael, "Hold On To The Nights," by Richard Marx, "Pour Some Sugar On Me," by Def Leppard, "Hands To Heaven," by Breathe, "Sweet Child O' Mine," by Guns N' Roses, "Make Me Lose Control," by Eric Carmen, "I Don't Wanna Go On With You Like That," by Elton John and "I Don't Wanna Live Without Your Love," by Chicago.


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The rock band Heart topped the charts in 1987 with their ballad "Alone." Other summer hits were: "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)," by Whitney Houston, "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For," by U2, "Shakedown," by Bob Seger, "La Bamba," by Los Lobos, "I Want Your Sex," by George Michael, "Who's That Girl," by Madonna, "Only In My Dreams," by Debbie Gibson, "Heart And Soul," by T'Pau and "Luka," by Suzanne Vega.


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Pop superstar Madonna stayed at the top of the charts in 1986 with her hit "Papa Don't Preach." Other songs that were popular during that summer were: "Glory Of Love," by Peter Cetera, "Sledgehammer," by Peter Gabriel, "Invisible Touch," by Genesis, "Higher Love," by Steve Winwood, "There'll Be Sad Songs (To Make You Cry)," by Billy Ocean, "Venus," by Bananarama, "Holding Back The Years," by Simply Red, "Mad About You," by Belinda Carlisle and "Danger Zone," by Kenny Loggins.


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Tears For Fears "Shout" was the biggest hit of the summer of 1985. The second biggest hit was "Everytime You Go Away," by Paul Young followed by "The Power Of Love," by Huey Lewis & The News, "A View To A Kill," by Duran Duran, "Sussudio," by Phil Collins, "St. Elmo's Fire (Man In Motion)," by John Parr, "If You Love Somebody Set Them Free," by Sting, "Raspberry Beret," by Prince And The Revolution, "Never Surrender," by Corey Hart and "Freeway Of Love," by Aretha Franklin.


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The late artist formerly known as Prince topped the charts during the summer of 1984 with his hit song "When Doves Cry." Other contenders included: "Ghostbusters," by Ray Parker Jr., "What's Love Got To Do With It," by Tina, "Dancing In The Dark," by Bruce Springsteen, "Stuck On You," by Lionel Richie, "Jump (For My Love)," by The Pointer Sisters, "The Reflex," by Duran Duran, "State Of Shock," by The Jacksons, "Eyes Without A Face," by Billy Idol and "Missing You," by John Waite.


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The Police topped the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart for eight weeks during the summer of 1983 with their hit "Every Breath You Take." Other songs that battled for the top spot were: "Flashdance...What A Feeling," by Irene Cara, "Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)," by Eurythmics, "Maniac," by Michael Sembello, "Electric Avenue," by Eddy Grant, "She Works Hard For The Money," by Donna Summer, "Never Gonna Let You Go," by Sergio Mendes, "Is There Something I Should Know," by Duran Duran, "Stand Back," by Stevie Nicks and "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'," by Michael Jackson.


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Jim Peterik and his band Survivor dominated the summer of 1982 with their hit song "Eye Of The Tiger," which was featured in the movie "Rocky III." Other hit songs of the summer included: "Hurts So Good," by John Cougar, "Abracadabra," by The Steve Miller Band, "Hold Me," by Fleetwood Mac, "Don't you Want Me," by The Human League, "Hard To Say I'm Sorry," by Chicago, "Rosanna," by Toto, "Even The Nights Are Better," by Air Supply, "Let It Whip," by Dazz Band and "Keep The Fire Burnin'," by REO Speedwagon.


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Rick Springfield dominated the summer of 1981 with "Jessie's Girl." Other hits of the summer were: "Bette Davis Eyes," by Kim Carnes, "Endless Love," by Diana Ross and Lionel Richie, "Theme From 'Greatest American Hero' (Believe It Or Not)," by Joey Scarbury, "Slow Hand," by The Pointer Sisters, "The One That You Love," by Air Supply, "I Don't Need You," by Kenny Rogers, "Elvira," by The Oak Ridge Boys, "Queen Of Hearts," by Juice Newton and "All Those Years Ago," by George Harrison.


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Long Island's Billy Joel topped the charts with "It's Still Rock And Roll To Me" during the summer of 1980. Other top hits included: "Magic," by Olivia Newton-John, "Coming Up (Live At Glasgow)," by Paul McCartney And Wings, "Little Jeannie," by Elton John, "Sailing," by Christopher Cross, "Take Your Time (Do It Right) Part 1," by The S.O.S. Band, "Emotional Rescue," by The Rolling Stones, "Cupid/I've Loved You For A Long Time," by The Spinners, "The Rose," by Bette Midler and "Upside Down," by Diana Ross.

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