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Global Single Chart
50 years ago
the most popular tracks worldwide
according to the national single charts
dated to June 10, 1972
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week 4
Tumbling Dice - Rolling Stones
Rolling Stones - 2 weeks at No.1
2 / 1
week 7
Aprés Toi - Vicky Leandros
Philips
4 / 4
week 9
The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face - Roberta Flack
Atlantic
7 / 10
week 6
Amazing Grace - Royal Scots Dragoon Guards
RCA
5 / 7
week 4
Oh Girl - Chi-Lites
Brunswick
6 / 6
week 4
Morning Has Broken - Cat Stevens
A&M / Island
8 / -
week 2
I'll Take You There - Staple Singers
Stax
3 / 2
week 7
Back Off Boogaloo - Ringo Starr
Apple
9 / 5
week 18
Without You - Nilsson
RCA
new.JPG (991 bytes) The Candy Man - Sammy Davis Jr.
MGM
 

"Tumbling Dice" was released on April 14, 1972, as the lead single from the band's 1972 double album Exile On Main St. The song has a blues, boogie-woogie rhythm that scholars and musicians have noted for its unusual tempo and groove. The lyrics are about a gambler who cannot remain faithful to any woman. "Tumbling Dice" reached the Top Ten in several countries, inter alia no.5 in United Kingdom and the Netherlands, no.7 in the United States and Canada.

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