Do you know who sang these songs of '63?

Can you name the ten biggest hits of 1963?

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Take a journey way back when with this quiz about the hit songs of 1963. We'll name a song, and all you need to do is name the act that sang it. 

These are the ten biggest hits, according to the Billboard Year-End Hot 100 singles of 1963. Keep that in mind, there may be multiple cover versions of these songs, but we're looking for the acts who charted the highest with these tunes in '63.

We hope you have a pleasant trip down memory lane. Please share your scores, feelings, and reminiscences in the comment section below!

  1. The biggest hit of '63 is also the easiest question to answer. Tell us who sang "Surfin' U.S.A."
  2. #2 on the Billboard Year-End Top 100 from '63 is "The End of the World," performed by which former Davis Sister?
  3. In this hit from '63, the precipitation reminds the brokenhearted narrator what a fool he's been. But you're not a fool, because you know "Rhythm of the Rain" was performed by The _______.
  4. "He's So Fine" sat on top of the charts for four weeks. Which girl group earned the #4 slot on the Billboard Year End Top 100?
  5. All of these artists recorded a version of "Blue Velvet." Who reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 on 21 September 1963 with "Blue Velvet" and remained at No. 1 for the subsequent two weeks?
  6. #6 on the list is "Hey Paula," as recorded by which duo?
  7. "Fingertips - Pt. 1" was the first hit for which Tamla recording artist?
  8. 20 years before The Beat took a reggae re-arrangement to number three in the UK, which artist was the first to score a hit with "Can't Get Used to Losing You?"
  9. "My Boyfriend's Back" was a #1 hit for which of these girl groups?
  10. The Japanese song Sukiyaki spent three weeks at the top of the American Billboard charts in June 1963. Which artist sang it?

Do you know who sang these songs of '63?

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