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Grammy Songs And Records Of The Year, 1990s Decade Winners

Grammy winners for Song Of The Year and Record Of The Year. Much more data at the official Grammy site.


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  1 Wind Beneath My Wings 1   Jun 1989  
  Bette Midler  
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  Wind Beneath My Wings won the Grammy Awards for Record Of The Year and Song Of The Year. The song was from the movie Beaches. This song was written by Larry Henley and Jeff Silbar.  

  2 Another Day In Paradise 11 1   Dec 1989  
  Phil Collins  
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  Another Day In Paradise won the Grammy Award for Record Of The Year in 1991 for 1990, but the song was most popular very late in 1989. This song was written by Phil Collins.  

  3 From A Distance 2   Dec 1990  
  Bette Midler  
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  From A Distance won the Grammy Award for Song Of The Year. This song was written by Julie Gold.  

  4 Unforgettable 15   Aug 1991  
  Natalie Cole with Nat King Cole with Nelson Riddle Orchestra  
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  Unforgettable by Natalie Cole was a remake of the Nat King Cole song complete with Nat singing in a duet. It won the Grammy Awards for Record Of The Year and Song Of The Year. This song was written by Irving Gordon.  

  5 Tears In Heaven 3 2   Mar 1992  
  Eric Clapton  
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  Tears In Heaven was inspired by the death of Eric Clapton's five year old son who fell out of a window in a high rise in New York City. The song won the Grammy Awards for Record Of The Year and Song Of The Year. The song was from the movie Rush. This song was written by Eric Clapton.  

  6 I Will Always Love You 1   Dec 1992  
  Whitney Houston  
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  I Will Always Love You was the 1993 top song of the year. Although the song hit number one in December, it was still number one in January. If it were counted for 1992, it would have been number two for the year. The song also won the Grammy Award for Record Of The Year. The song was a popular country song in 1982 for its writer Dolly Parton.  

  7 A Whole New World (Aladdin's Theme) 1   Jan 1993  
  Peabo Bryson And Regina Belle  
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  8 Streets Of Philadelphia 20 8   Apr 1994  
  Bruce Springsteen  
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  Streets Of Philadelphia won the Grammy Award for Song Of The Year. The song was from the movie Philadelphia. This song was written by Bruce Springsteen.  

  9 All I Wanna Do 3 1   Sep 1994  
  Sheryl Crow  
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  All I Wanna Do won the Grammy Award for Record Of The Year. The song was from album Tuesday Night Music Club.  

  10 Kiss From A Rose 1   Aug 1995  
  Seal  
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  Kiss From A Rose won the Grammy Awards for Record Of The Year and Song Of The Year. The song was from the movie Batman Forever. This song was written by Seal.  

  11 Change The World 1   Aug 1996  
  Eric Clapton  
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  Eric Clapton teamed up with Babyface on Change The World. The song won the Grammy Awards for Record Of The Year and Song Of The Year. The song was from the movie Phenomenon.  

  12 Sunny Came Home 1   May 1997  
  Shawn Colvin  
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  Sunny Came Home won the Grammy Awards for Record Of The Year and Song Of The Year. This song was written by Shawn Colvin and John Leventhal.  

  13 How Do I Live   Jul 1997  
  Trisha Yearwood  
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  After LeAnn Rimes sang How Do I Live on the Grammy Awards, the award for Song Of The Year went to Trisha Yearwood. This song was written by Diane Warren.  

  14 My Heart Will Go On (Love Theme From Titanic) 1   Jan 1998  
  Celine Dion  
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  My Heart Will Go On won the Grammy Awards for Record Of The Year and Song Of The Year. The song spent three weeks at number one. The song was from the show Titanic.This song was written by James Horner and Will Jennings.  

  15 Smooth 10 1   Sep 1999  
  Santana Featuring Rob Thomas  
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  Rob Thomas was the lead singer from Matchbox 20, later known as Matchbox Twenty. Smooth was the 1999 top song of the year. The song won the Grammy Awards for both Record Of The Year and Song Of The Year. The song was written by Itaal Shur and Rob Thomas. and from album Supernatural.  


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Top Pop Grammy Songs by chart popularity since 1960

1I Will Always Love You
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2The Way We Were
 Barbra Streisand
3The Theme From A Summer Place
 Percy Faith And His Orchestra
4Every Breath You Take
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5Smooth
 Santana Featuring Rob Thomas
6That's What Friends Are For
 Dionne And Friends Featuring Elton John, Gladys Knight And Stevie Wonder
7Bridge Over Troubled Water
 Simon & Garfunkel
8Another Day In Paradise
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9We Are The World
 USA For Africa
10Bette Davis Eyes
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11Rolling In The Deep
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12Mrs. Robinson
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13Love Will Keep Us Together
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14Killing Me Softly With His Song
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15Rosanna
 Toto
16The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
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17My Heart Will Go On (Love Theme From Titanic)
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18What's Love Got To Do With It
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19It's Too Late
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20Beat It
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Top Rock Grammy Songs by chart popularity since 1980

1Every Breath You Take
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2Somebody That I Used To Know
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3Boulevard Of Broken Dreams
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4Use Somebody
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5We Are Young
 Fun. Featuring Janelle Monae
6Higher Love
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7Royals
 Lorde
8Viva La Vida
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9Beautiful Day
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10Clocks
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11All I Wanna Do
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12Get Lucky
 Daft Punk Featuring Pharrell Williams
13Rolling In The Deep
 Adele
14Tears In Heaven
 Eric Clapton
15Rehab
 Amy Winehouse
16Smooth
 Santana Featuring Rob Thomas
17Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own
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18Graceland
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19Streets Of Philadelphia
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20Bette Davis Eyes
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