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For Whom The Bell Tolls – Bee Gees

The Bee Gees took this track into the UK top 10 for six weeks in 1993 and 1994.

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This week in 1993, For whom the bell tolls by the Bee Gees was at its highest position of number 4 in the UK singles chart for the first of two weeks. It had entered the top 40 four weeks previously at number 38 and broke into the top 10 two weeks later. After falling from its peak position, the song stayed in the top 10 for another two weeks and then spent the final four weeks of its chart life in the lower top 40.

For whom the bell tolls was released on the Polydor record label and was the seventeenth of nineteen UK top 10 hits for the Bee Gees. It was taken from the gold-selling album Size isn’t everything, which peaked at number 23 in the UK album chart. The single was certified silver.

More music from the Bee Gees


UK singles chart for the week ending 25 December 1993

  1. Mr BlobbyMr Blobby

  2. BabeTake That

  3. Twist & shoutChaka Demus and Pliers

  4. For whom the bell tollsBee Gees

  5. It’s alrightEast 17

  6. I’d do anything for love (but I won’t do that)Meat Loaf

  7. The perfect yearDina Carroll

  8. Bat out of hellMeat Loaf

  9. True loveElton John and Kiki Dee

  10. The power of loveFrankie Goes To Hollywood

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