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October 22

Don William’s Five Number Two Singles on the Billboard Chart

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In the course of his career, Don Williams has seventeen number one singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. Indeed, a huge number of singles to reach the top. Nevertheless, “The Gentle Giant” also placed five number two singles on the said chart. Those songs were all successful as his number ones.

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Don Williams’ first to place at number two was “She Never Knew Me” which peaked on December 11, 1976. Then, on May 31, 1980, “Good Ole Boys Like Me” became his second. It was followed by “Nobody but You” which peaked on October 22, 1983. “Walking a Broken Heart” became his fourth to place at number two on March 30, 1985. Lastly, “Back in My Younger Days” was his last number two, which peaked on November 10, 1990.

She Never Knew Me

Bob McDill and Wayland Holyfield wrote the words and lyrics of “She Never Knew Me.” Don Williams released the single on October 16, 1976, under his album “Harmony.” Moreover, the song spent a total of fifteen weeks on the chart.

Good Ole Boys Like Me

Bob McDill wrote the words and lyrics of “Good Ole Boys Like Me.” Don Williams released the single on March 29, 1980. It was part of his album “Portrait.” It spent a total of fifteen weeks on the chart.

Nobody but You

John Jarrard and J.D. Martin pooled resources for the words and lyrics of “Nobody but You.” Don Williams released the single in July 1983 under his album “Yellow Moon.” It spent nineteen weeks on the chart.

Walking a Broken Heart

Dennis Linde and Alan Rush wrote the words and lyrics of “Walking a Broken Heart.” Don Williams released the single on January 5, 1985, under his album “Café Carolina.” It spent on the chart for twenty weeks.

Back in My Younger Days

Danny Flowers wrote the words and lyrics of “Back in My Younger Days.” Don Williams released the single in September 1990 under his album “True Love.” It spent on the chart for twenty weeks.

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