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Songs written by Bob Crewe  

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1.
10/1957
177

3
US






3
R&B


[Cameo 117]
written by Bob Crewe  & Frank Slay
2.
10/1957
10

63
US










as Steve Gibson & the Red Caps
written by Bob Crewe  & Frank Slay
3.
11/1957
115

10
US






6
R&B


[Mercury 71197]
written by Bob Crewe  & Frank Slay
4.
01/1958
120

9
US






6
R&B


[Swan 4002]
written by Bob Crewe  & Frank Slay
5.
03/1958
66











4
UK
written by Bob Crewe  & Frank Slay
6.
05/1958
10

56
US










[Swan 4005]
written by Bob Crewe  & Frank Slay
7.
12/1958
56

14
US










[Swan 4020]
written by Frank Slay (as Frank C. Slay Jr.) & Bob Crewe 
8.
05/1959
178

6
US






13
R&B
17
UK
[Swan 4031]
written by Bob Crewe , Frank Slay & Frederick Picariello
9.
07/1959
7

88
US










[Swan 4036]
written by Bob Crewe  & Frank Slay
10.
08/1959
33











16
UK
11.
08/1959
18

43
US










[Swan 4038]
written by Bob Crewe  & Frank Slay
12.
01/1960
5

95
US










[XYZ 605]
written by Bob Crewe  & Frank Slay
13.
05/1960
34

28
US










[Swan 4053]
written by Bob Crewe  & Frank Slay
14.
05/1960
38

60
US








18
UK
[Swan 4053]
written by Bob Crewe  & Frank Slay
15.
07/1960
8

83
US










[Swan 4057]
written by Bob Crewe  & Frank Slay
16.
10/1960
11

59
US










[Swan 4061]
written by Frank Slay & Bob Crewe 
17.
02/1961
12

60
US










[Swan 4068]
written by Frank Slay & Bob Crewe 
18.
05/1961
15

51
US










[Swan 4071]
written by Frank Slay & Bob Crewe 
19.
08/1961
15

49
US










[XYZ 607]
written by Bob Crewe  & Frank Slay
20.
01/1962
10

68
US










[Swan 4092]
written by Frank Slay (as Frank C. Slay Jr.) & Bob Crewe 
21.
02/1962
5

92
US










[Swan 4096]
written by Frank Slay & Bob Crewe 
22.
06/1962
4

98
US










[ABC-Paramount 45-10327]
written by Bob Crewe  & Saul Bass
23.
10/1962
302

✫1
US






✫1
R&B
13
UK
[songwriter #3 hit]
[Vee-Jay 465]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
24.
12/1962
2

102
US










[Mercury 72070]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
25.
01/1963
282

✫1
US






3
R&B
12
UK
[songwriter #4 hit]
[Vee-Jay 485]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
26.
03/1963
5

94
US










[Atlantic 2176]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
27.
03/1963
3

108
US










28.
03/1963
11

68
US










[Vee-Jay 486]
written by Bob Gaudio & Bob Crewe 
29.
05/1963
10

77
US










B side to Ain't That A Shame
[Vee-Jay 512]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
30.
10/1963
24

36
US










[Vee-Jay 562]
written by Bob Crewe  & Charles Calello
31.
10/1963
6

88
US










B side to New Mexican Rose
[Vee-Jay 562]
written by Bob Boulanger (as Robert Boulanger) & Bob Crewe 
32.
01/1964
162

6
US
✫1
AC








[20th Century 456]
written by Bob Crewe , Bud Rehak & Eddie Rambeau
33.
04/1964
141

6
US










[Philips 40185]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
34.
05/1964
4

98
US










[Atco 6291]
written by Bob Crewe , Charles Calello (as Charlie Calello) & Valmond Harris
35.
06/1964
3

124
US










[20th Century 0514]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
36.
06/1964

 ②  Rag Doll by The Four Seasons

from Rag Doll   Rag Doll
310

✫1
US








2
UK
[songwriter #2 hit]
[Philips 40211]
written by Bob Gaudio & Bob Crewe 
37.
08/1964
2

131
US










[21st Century 533]
written by Bob Crewe  & Charles Calello
38.
08/1964
16

64
US






23
R&B


[Cameo 332]
written by Bob Crewe  & Larry Santos
39.
08/1964
114

10
US










[Philips 40225]
written by Bob Gaudio & Bob Crewe 
40.
09/1964
6

91
US










41.
10/1964
4

113
US






47
R&B


[Atlantic 2255]
written by Bob Crewe , Denny Randell & Sandy Linzer
42.
11/1964
3

101
US










[MGM 13296]
written by Bob Crewe , Sandy Linzer & Denny Randell
43.
01/1965
67

12
US










written by Bob Gaudio & Bob Crewe 
44.
01/1965
13

55
US










45.
02/1965
2

135
US










[Kapp 641]
written by Bob Crewe 
46.
02/1965
197

5
US








3
UK
[MGM 13332]
written by Bob Crewe  & Frank Slay
47.
04/1965
10

64
US










[Philips 40278]
written by Bob Guadio & Bob Crewe 
48.
06/1965
30

30
US










[Philips 40305]
written by Bob Gaudio & Bob Crewe 
49.
07/1965
5

112
US
30
AC








[DynoVoice 207]
written by Bob Crewe , Eddie Rambeau (as Ed Rambeau) & Bud Rehak
50.
10/1965
237

3
US








4
UK
[Philips 40317]
written by Bob Crewe , Sandy Linzer & Denny Randell
51.
10/1965
2

128
US










[Smash 1995]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
52.
12/1965
86

10
US








33
UK
as Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels
medley of "jenny, jenny" and "c.c. rider"
[New Voice 806]
written by Enotris Johnson, Little Richard (as Richard Penniman) & Bob Crewe 
53.
01/1966
19

39
US










[Smash 2015]
written by Charles Calello & Bob Crewe 
54.
03/1966
183

13
US








✫1
UK
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
55.
04/1966
3

112
US










[Smash 2037]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
56.
07/1966
4

100
US










as Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels
[New Voice 814]
written by Bob Crewe  & Gary Knight
57.
08/1966
3

102
US










[Date 1514]
written by Bob Crewe , L. Russell Brown & Ray Bloodworth (as Raymond Bloodworth)
58.
09/1966
3

115
US










[Mercury 72611]
written by Bob Crewe  & Gary Knight
59.
11/1966
10

68
US










[Philips 40407]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
60.
02/1967
108

6
US










as Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels
[New Voice 820]
written by Bob Crewe  & L. Russell Brown
61.
03/1967
2

126
US










as Bob Crewe
written by Bob Crewe  & Hutch Davie
62.
04/1967
5

129
US
29
AC








[instrumental]
[DynoVoice 233]
written by Bob Crewe  & Hutch Davie
63.
04/1967
193

11
US








✫1
UK
[Epic 5-10184]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
64.
05/1967
188

2
US










[Philips 40446]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
65.
06/1967
12

65
US










[Mercury 72683]
written by Bob Crewe , L. Russell Brown & Ray Bloodworth (as Raymond Bloodworth)
66.
08/1967
8











44
UK
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
67.
08/1967
51

18
US










[Philips 40484]
written by Bob Gaudio & Bob Crewe 
68.
09/1967
32

54
US
✫1
AC








[Capitol 5989]
written by Bob Crewe  & Larry Weiss
69.
10/1967
5

89
US










written by Bob Crewe  & Hutch Davie
70.
10/1967
4



24
AC








[Columbia 44319]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
71.
12/1967
123

7
US
2
AC








[Capitol 2054]
written by Teddy Randazzo, Bob Weinstein (as Bobby Weinstein), Bob Gaudio & Bob Crewe 
72.
12/1967
38

29
US
17
AC








[Philips 40510]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
73.
03/1968
66











5
UK
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
74.
05/1968
2

106
US










[New Voice 830]
written by Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller & Bob Crewe 
75.
06/1968
2

128
US










Bill Minkin as Senator Bobby [novelty]
[RCA Victor 9522]
written by Russell Brown & Bob Crewe 
76.
06/1968
2

122
US










[DynoVoice 916]
written by Bob Crewe  & Larry Weiss
77.
08/1968
3

115
US










written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
78.
05/1969
12











36
UK
as The Bandwagon
[Epic 10473]
written by Bob Crewe , Denny Randell & Sandy Linzer
79.
09/1969
20

79
US
5
AC








[Liberty 56132]
written by Bob Crewe  & Charles Fox
80.
11/1969
23

52
US
28
AC




27
R&B


[Capitol 2644]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
81.
11/1969
5

103
US






38
R&B


[Columbia 45038]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
82.
2









45
R&B


[Maxwell 800]
written by Bob Crewe , Larry Weiss & J. Williams
83.
02/1970
2



39
AC








[Crewe 338]
written by Bob Crewe  & Hutch Davie
84.
12/1970
43











11
UK
[R]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
85.
04/1974
5

94
US










[20th Century 2076]
written by Bob Crewe  & Kenny Nolan
86.
11/1974
276

✫1
US
2
AC






5
UK
[songwriter #5 hit]
[Private Stock 45003]
written by Bob Crewe  & Kenny Nolan
87.
11/1974
138

10
US




3
dance
32
R&B
8
UK
[Chelsea 3004]
written by Bob Crewe  & Kenny Nolan
88.
12/1974
247

✫1
US




7
dance
✫1
R&B
17
UK
[Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs #479]
charted as Lady Marmalade / What Can I Do for You? In US dance charts
[Epic 50048]
written by Bob Crewe  & Kenny Nolan
89.
03/1975
137











✫1
UK
written by Bob Gaudio & Bob Crewe 
90.
04/1975
117

23
US




7
dance
33
R&B
6
UK
disco tex & sex-o-lettes & sir monti rock iii
[Chelsea 3015]
written by Bob Crewe  & Denny Randell
91.
05/1975
150

6
US
9
AC


4
dance
31
R&B
31
UK
[Private Stock 45021]
written by Bob Crewe  & Denny Randell
92.
05/1975
130

22
US
✫1
AC






5
UK
[MGM 14791]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
93.
08/1975
21

55
US






45
R&B


[20th Century 2215]
written by Bob Crewe  & Cindy Bullens
94.
08/1975
7

80
US










written by Bob Crewe  & Denny Randell
95.
09/1975
7











51
UK
written by Bob Crewe  & Kenny Nolan
96.
12/1975
1









99
R&B


[Epic 50168]
written by Bob Crewe  & Kenny Nolan
97.
12/1975
2

108
US










[20th Century 2241]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
98.
4







27
dance




written by Bob Crewe  & Trevor Veitch
99.
03/1976
13

56
US










written by Bob Crewe  & Cindy Bullens
100.
03/1976
24

56
US
41
AC


8
dance




as B.C. Generation
[instrumental]
[20th Century 2271]
written by Bob Crewe  & Cindy Bullens
101.
12/1976
1





87
country






[Hitsville 6044]
written by Bob Crewe  & Kenny Nolan
102.
11/1977
65











6
UK
103.
01/1979
10

77
US
36
AC








[Warner 8734]
written by L. Russell Brown & Bob Crewe 
104.
12/1979
3



27
AC








[Warner 49129]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
105.
8







11
dance




Heaven Above Me
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
106.
5







21
dance




107.
01/1980
23











22
UK
written by Bob Crewe  & Frank Slay (as Frank Slay Jr.)
108.
05/1980
42











11
UK
109.
01/1981
1









79
R&B


[Philadelphia International 3119]
written by Bob Crewe  & Frank Slay (as Frank C. Slay)
110.
08/1981
17

56
US
31
AC








[Capitol 5032]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
111.
09/1981
79

32
US
6
AC






12
UK
[Arista 0675]
written by Bob Crewe , Sandy Linzer & Denny Randell
112.
7







15
dance




written by Bob Crewe , Bob Gaudio, Lolly Vegas, Stevie Wonder, Lee Garrett, Syreeta, Lula Mae Hardaway, Sly Stone (as Sylvester Stewart), Perry Botkin (as Perry Botkin Jr.) & Mark Lindsay
113.
07/1982
75











4
UK
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
114.
10/1983
3











84
UK
written by Bob Gaudio & Bob Crewe 
115.
12/1983
28

58
US
5
AC




41
R&B


[Capitol 5307]
written by Bob Crewe , Bob Gaudio & Jerry Corbetta
116.
04/1985
18











23
UK
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
117.
07/1986
17

41
US






91
R&B


produced by Rick James
[Motown 1851]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
118.
10/1988
2











91
UK
[R]
[Curb 53440]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
119.
08/1989
2











90
UK
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
120.
08/1990
42











8
UK
121.
08/1990
36











10
UK
written by Bob Crewe  & Frank Slay
122.
2







42
dance




written by Bob Crewe  & Kenny Nolan
123.
06/1996
2











97
UK
[R]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
124.
08/1996
20











26
UK
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
125.
09/1996
5









107
R&B
68
UK
written by Bob Crewe , Everlast (as Erik Schrody), Charles Calello & DJ Lethal (as Leor Dimant)
126.
05/1998
112











✫1
UK
127.
05/1998
3











84
UK
featuring Sophia
written by Bob Crewe  & Kenny Nolan
128.
06/1998
38

35
US






45
R&B


[US chart position is for Hot 100 Airplay charts]
[Ruffhouse 79274]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
129.
06/1998
1











191
UK
featuring Maxine Francis
written by Bob Crewe  & Kenny Nolan
130.
5







20
dance




written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
131.
01/1999
6











55
UK
written by Bob Gaudio, Bob Crewe , Julian Peake & Stretch Silvester (as Stuart Silvester)
132.
03/1999
46











9
UK
[R]
written by Sid Ramin, Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
133.
09/2000
1











117
UK
134.
04/2001
369

✫1
US




3
dance
43
R&B
✫1
UK
[songwriter #1 hit]
[MTV Video Music Award for Video of the Year 2001]
[Interscope 497066]
written by Bob Crewe  & Kenny Nolan
135.
06/2002
21











23
UK
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
136.
01/2003
1











125
UK
[R]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
137.
01/2003
2











121
UK
[R]
written by Bob Crewe  & Kenny Nolan
138.
10/2012
1











139
UK
[R: Andy Williams' death]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
139.
12/2015
2

114
US










[from The Voice (US), season 9]
written by Bob Crewe  & Bob Gaudio
140.
40

72
US








22
UK
featuring Emilee
written by Bob Gaudio, Bob Crewe  & Powell Aguirre

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