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I thought that was about an NFL team.

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Armstrong had nineteen "Top Ten" records including "Stardust", "What a Wonderful World", "When The Saints Go Marching In", "Dream a Little Dream of Me", "Ain't Misbehavin'", "You Rascal You", and "Stompin' at the Savoy".
and from the Wiki on the song itself, he turned it into a jazz standard on his 1938 Decca recording.
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BTW, Louis Armstrong's version of "When The Saints Go Marching In" hit the Top Ten.
Actually, it didn't. Armstrong recorded Saints in 1938, and there were no charts back then.

That Armstrong's Saints hit the top ten comes from the book Pop Memories 1890—1954 by Joel Whitburn. This author has published many books based on Billboard charts, and most of them are fine. This one, however, covers the era before Billboard charts, during which record sales info was kept in the vaults of record companies and not released to the public. For Pop Memories, Whitburn pieced together his own set of charts based on industry publications. The book is notorious among record collectors for its inaccuracies and distortions. In many cases it claims great popularity for records that are so rare today that it's unlikely many were ever sold. In one case, it gives credit to a performer (Billy Murray) who is known by collectors not to have performed on the record in question (Take Me Out to the Ball Game by the Haydn Quartet).

Almost everything you see in print about chart rankings of records from before 1955 comes from this book. I wouldn't trust anything that's based on it.
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This thread needs some more soul/gospel.

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Actually, it didn't. Armstrong recorded Saints in 1938, and there were no charts back then.

That Armstrong's Saints hit the top ten comes from the book Pop Memories 1890—1954 by Joel Whitburn. This author has published many books based on Billboard charts, and most of them are fine. This one, however, covers the era before Billboard charts, during which record sales info was kept in the vaults of record companies and not released to the public. For Pop Memories, Whitburn pieced together his own set of charts based on industry publications. The book is notorious among record collectors for its inaccuracies and distortions. In many cases it claims great popularity for records that are so rare today that it's unlikely many were ever sold. In one case, it gives credit to a performer (Billy Murray) who is known by collectors not to have performed on the record in question (Take Me Out to the Ball Game by the Haydn Quartet).

Almost everything you see in print about chart rankings of records from before 1955 comes from this book. I wouldn't trust anything that's based on it.
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Not a charting single, but IMHO notable enough to mention: "After Forever" by Black Sabbath. Opening verse:
Have you ever thought about your soul can it be saved?
Or perhaps you think that when you're dead you just stay in your grave
Is God just a thought within your head or is he a part of you?
Is Christ just a name that you read in a book when you were in school?

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Not a charting single, but IMHO notable enough to mention: "After Forever" by Black Sabbath. Opening verse:
Have you ever thought about your soul can it be saved?
Or perhaps you think that when you're dead you just stay in your grave
Is God just a thought within your head or is he a part of you?
Is Christ just a name that you read in a book when you were in school?
If we start veering away from top 40, there are a ton of great ones such as "Satan is Real" by the Louvin Brothers and "The Christian Life" by the Byrds.
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BTW, Louis Armstrong's version of "When The Saints Go Marching In" hit the Top Ten.
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Actually, it didn't. Armstrong recorded Saints in 1938, and there were no charts back then.
Although there was a resurgence in 2010, after New Orleans won the Super Bowl. Peaked at #11.
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I have heard John Lennon's "Imagine" in a church. A Mennonite church, of all places. I don't remember if they changed the "and no religion too" line or not.

My grandma, who is ex-Amish, had never known the song before she'd heard it in church and thought it was the most beautiful thing. Bless her.
Did they play "Imagine there's no heaven"?
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Has anybody mentioned "People Get Ready" by the Impressions?

Ferlin Husky had a Top 20 hit with "Wings of a Dove" in 1960.
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Has anybody mentioned "People Get Ready" by the Impressions?
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Unless I missed it, nobody’s mentioned “People Get Ready,” which has charted at least twice. The Impressions went to #3 in 1965 and then Jeff Beck and Rod Stewart took it to #5 twenty years later.
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I don't think any of them hit the top 40, but a whole bunch of Alice Cooper's songs have overtly Christian themes (particularly on "Brutal Planet," "Dragontown," and "The Last Temptation").
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Did they play "Imagine there's no heaven"?
Imagine is a song about the Kingdom of God on earth. There'd be no heaven, because earth would be heaven. There'd be no religion, because its mission would be fulfilled. All the other negatives (no countries, no killing, no possessions, no hunger, no greed) and the positives (peace, unity, brotherhood) are goals of Christ.
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Has anyone mentioned Let It Be? Explicit reference to Mother Mary.



Imagine is a song about the Kingdom of God on earth. There'd be no heaven, because earth would be heaven. There'd be no religion, because its mission would be fulfilled. All the other negatives (no countries, no killing, no possessions, no hunger, no greed) and the positives (peace, unity, brotherhood) are goals of Christ.
I think Paul says that Mother Mary was inspired by his own mother and is not biblical.
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Am I missing something here? They're a Christian band - all their songs are religious! Some of them might be more subtle than others ('Flood' seems on the more subtle side but it's still got 'Casting down all the waves of sin / And guilt that overthrow me' which is a bit of a dead giveaway)
I was responding the person who said their big hits might not be overtly religious. So, if you are responding to me while dropping the context of the conversation, I guess that's what you're missing.

IMHO, how could references to a 40 day Flood and asking to be lifted up by God not be religious? I'm not religious but I had a little kid's bible and some brief exposure to church as a child and I thought the whole 40 day flood thing was one of the most generally known religious references.

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Has anyone mentioned Let It Be? Explicit reference to Mother Mary.



Imagine is a song about the Kingdom of God on earth. There'd be no heaven, because earth would be heaven. There'd be no religion, because its mission would be fulfilled. All the other negatives (no countries, no killing, no possessions, no hunger, no greed) and the positives (peace, unity, brotherhood) are goals of Christ.
"Imagine no religion"
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Has anyone mentioned Let It Be? Explicit reference to Mother Mary.
There are so many Marys in the New Testament that I wonder if "Mary" isn't Aramaic for "some random woman."
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"Imagine no religion"
Jesus never said anything about religion.
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Imagine is a song about the Kingdom of God on earth. There'd be no heaven, because earth would be heaven. There'd be no religion, because its mission would be fulfilled. All the other negatives (no countries, no killing, no possessions, no hunger, no greed) and the positives (peace, unity, brotherhood) are goals of Christ.
Hard disagree. Imagine is a song about a world where there are no supernatural consequences for our actions; "no Hell below us, above us only sky". It's about a world where people are good to each other not because they're afraid of punishment or hoping for reward, but because they know it's the right thing to do. Lennon posits that once all the social pressures telling us to hate this or shun that or fear the outsider are removed, all that is left is love.
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Hard disagree. Imagine is a song about a world where there are no supernatural consequences for our actions; "no Hell below us, above us only sky". It's about a world where people are good to each other not because they're afraid of punishment or hoping for reward, but because they know it's the right thing to do. Lennon posits that once all the social pressures telling us to hate this or shun that or fear the outsider are removed, all that is left is love.
Loving because you know it's the right thing to do is the essence of Christ’s message.
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Michael W Smith hit #6 with "Place In This World", which features lyrics like:

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Yeah, Right. Alone With Murray Head's Superstar.
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I think some of the songs from Jesus Christ Superstar hit the charts.
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How about Superstar from the musical Jesus Christ, Superstar? It reached #14 on the Billboard singles chart in 1969.
Yes, Superstar charted, but most people do not consider it "Overtly religious." Particuarly if you were around to see the brouhaha over the whole thing.
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I don't know how any of the individual tracks did, but Chant, by the Benedictine Monks of Santo Domingo de Silos, peaked at #3 on the album charts.
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Although there was a resurgence in 2010, after New Orleans won the Super Bowl. Peaked at #11.
Cite? I can't find The Saints on the Billboard charts in 2010.
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Long Black Train by Josh Turner?

According to wikipedia it peaked at 72 on Billboard's Hot 100 and 13 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs for 2003-04 and debuted at 60 on Billboard's Hot Country Singles & Tracks in May 2003 which is apparently yet another Billboard chart
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Cite? I can't find The Saints on the Billboard charts in 2010.
Louis Armstrong Chart History - scroll down to #7.
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There are so many Marys in the New Testament that I wonder if "Mary" isn't Aramaic for "some random woman."
"Mother Mary" is an explicit reference to Paul McCartney's own mother, named Mary. During the recording of the Beatles' White Album, McCartney had a dream about his mother which left him feeling full of peace. The dream was the inspiration for the song. McCartney himself started that the reference is not religious.
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James Corden (host of The Late Late Show on CBS) has a regular segment called Carpool Karaoke, in which he drives around with a famous musician, while they talk and sing the musician's songs. On one such segment, he drove around Liverpool with Paul McCartney, who pointed out landmarks referenced in Beatles songs, and told the story of the dream of his mother that inspired that lyric.
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Louis Armstrong Chart History - scroll down to #7.
Oh, my mistake. Despite having Hot 100 at the top, that's not actually the Hot 100.
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"Down in the River to Pray" sung by Alison Krauss (pllus chorus), used in the movie "Oh, Brother Where Art Thou"
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How about "From a Distance" as performed by Bette Midler, which peaked at #2 on the US Hot 100 and #1 on the US Adult Contemporary charts. (Written by Julie Gold; first recorded by Nancy Griffith.)
"From a distance" is high on my list of songs that people don't listen to the lyrics of. It's pretty much the exact opposite of everything that I learned in church - as the message of the song is "God isn't paying attention and doesn't give a shit."
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"One day while I was not at home
While she was there and all alone
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Now all I have is memories of Honey"

I'd say that kidnapping/murdering angels is overtly religious.
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Yes, Superstar charted, but most people do not consider it "Overtly religious." Particuarly if you were around to see the brouhaha over the whole thing.
??? As I recall, everyone saw it as explicitly religious. Some people liked that, some people didn't care, and some people it made sick and they wrote insulting satirical parodies. But everybody knew it was explicitly religious.
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"Honey" Bobby Goldsboro

"One day while I was not at home
While she was there and all alone
The angels came
Now all I have is memories of Honey"

I'd say that kidnapping/murdering angels is overtly religious.
Without knowing anything else about that song, it sounds like she (presumably Honey) died while alone.
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Swing Low, Sweet Chariot.

I don't know how to get official chart positions, but that's been top 20 a couple of times?
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Without knowing anything else about that song, it sounds like she (presumably Honey) died while alone.
She didn't die. She got recruited to play baseball in California.
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Neil Diamond had Brother Love’s Traveling Salvation Show hit #22 in 1969.

He brought religion back to the charts in 1970 with He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother, which got up to #20.
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Louis Armstrong - "When the Saints Go Marching In."

Does that count?
And though not overtly religious, his What a Wonderful World is pretty much an anthem for deists.
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Poison's Something to Believe In.
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Here's a genuine "modern day spiritual" (from 1972), inspired by Bach's "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYvmpadPu18

Styx released this the following year. Flip the LP over and you get their classic "Plexiglass Toilet." Skip the first 1:15.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=enaXYTUGJFY
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James Corden (host of The Late Late Show on CBS) has a regular segment called Carpool Karaoke, in which he drives around with a famous musician, while they talk and sing the musician's songs. On one such segment, he drove around Liverpool with Paul McCartney, who pointed out landmarks referenced in Beatles songs, and told the story of the dream of his mother that inspired that lyric.
They both won an Emmy for that episode.
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"Honey" Bobby Goldsboro

"One day while I was not at home
While she was there and all alone
The angels came
Now all I have is memories of Honey"

I'd say that kidnapping/murdering angels is overtly religious.
Thanks for reminding of a seriously creepy song. It just sets my teeth on edge.
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??? As I recall, everyone saw it as explicitly religious. Some people liked that, some people didn't care, and some people it made sick and they wrote insulting satirical parodies. But everybody knew it was explicitly religious.
And some people protested at the Broadway opening of the show and even held parties to burn the LP. JCS was considered blasphemous, as it present Jesus as "just a man" and not as the son of God. The show ends with the crucifixion, and does not have the resurrection of Jesus at all, while the song Superstar is sung by Judas after his death.

It was also an extremely hard rocking record, and all the protestors knew that rock was the devil's music. And would probably fade in two years.
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"Honey" Bobby Goldsboro

"One day while I was not at home
While she was there and all alone
The angels came
Now all I have is memories of Honey"

I'd say that kidnapping/murdering angels is overtly religious.
Or the singer is feeling guilty about not getting help for her major depression in time but has yet to pass the stage where he puts the blame on "angels".
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I recall an interview with the song writer Bobby Russell who said Honey was crying because she found out she was dying. But yeah, the song could be interpreted that Honey was a manic depressive who commuted suicide.

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Eve of Destruction

Barry McGuire added a verse that God is the answer. It's on his Seeds album.

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"Nobody's Fault But Mine" - Led Zeppelin
This wasn't a single but it's probably the best known cut off their Presence album.

Also, for comparison, here's the original version by Blind Willie Johnson.
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King's X and Creed had some song that would fit.
Kings's X say they're not a Christian band, so I guess you'll have to be more specific about that one.
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