The Top 5 Songs From the Winter of 1984
The winter of 1984 is what I called it the year of doubles, like George Strait releasing two songs that went straight to the to No.1 spot. "You Look So Good In Love" and later "Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind". King George wasn't the only one sending out doubles that winter, Exile and the Judds were both following Strait's lead. All three had No.1 songs that winter. 1984 also had other amazing songs.
Take a look at these top 5 songs from the fall of 1984
George Strait - "You Look So Good In Love"
George Strait - "Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind"
Exile - "Give Me One More Chance"
Exile - "Woke Up In Love With You"
The Judds - "Why Not Me"
Here are some interesting cost of living facts from 1984
- Interest Rates from the Federal Reserve 10.75%
- Average Income per year $21,600.00
- Average Cost of new home $86,730
- Dow Jones Industrial Average 1211
- Average Monthly Rent $350.00
- 1 gallon of gas $1.10
- Movie Ticket $2.50
- Bacon Lb $1.69
What do you remember from 1984?