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Official Singles Chart on 7/5/1995

7 May 1995 - 13 May 1995

The Official UK Singles Chart reflects the UK’s biggest songs of the week, based on audio and video streams, downloads, CDs and vinyl, compiled by the Official Charts Company. The UK Top 40 is broadcast on BBC Radio 1 and MTV, the Top 100 is published exclusively on OfficialCharts.com. View the biggest songs of 2024 so far.


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Number 88 is called The Love You Save. The title track is a cover of the Jackson 5 song.




I also am confused. SOME MIGHT SAY is at both #2 and #71?


James May


This Chart is confusing. number 73 is it's a mans mans world by Jeanie Tracy and Bobby Womack but on the next Chart it says that some might say by Oasis was mean't to be number 73 on this Chart.




Hi James,
OCC's data on this website is rubbish. The no. 73 that you are mention is the SUM of the LW positions for both versions of Some Might Say that were on the chart. This week they are at positions 2 and 71. The SUM of 2 and 71 is 73. It is this 73 that is used as the LW position for BOTH of this title on next week's chart. I am coming across this error on many similar occasions. They also SUM the weeks on chart for both versions. This week there are 2 versions, so BOTH versions are given 2 weeks more than last week, i.e. 3. Last week it was just 1 week on chart (no. 2). This week, there are 2 versions, so both get 1 + (1+1) = 3.
Complete rubbish.


Pete Seaton


No.71 Oasis - Some might say (this was the 12" version) which entered on its own due to going over the allowed number of formats to chart


Jack Brooks


Had the 12" sales been included with the rest, Oasis would have spent a second week at #1.