In 1974, the seeds for disco music were being germinated. The official Billboard chart to track this genre first appeared in the October 26, 1974 edition of the magazine. However, four Number One songs from 1974 could plausibly lay claim to being the first disco song to be Number One on the Hot 100. We will focus on one of them, a hit ranked 60th for the year. With two weeks at Number One, it joined only eleven others to stay at the top for more than a week. Ultimately, the song would sell over 11,000,000 copies and top the music charts in over 80 countries! Name it with this lyrical hint. |
"There's nothin' to it just say you wanna do it
Open up your heart and let the lovin' start"
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