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Top 10 Neil Diamond Songs

It was recently announced that a new biographical musical about Neil Diamond's life and career is coming to Broadway. The score will include some of Diamond's biggest hits, including “Sweet Caroline,” “America,” and “Song Sung Blue."

Since the score is going to contain Diamond's most iconic songs, we decided to prepare for the new production by taking a look back at his highest charting songs, according to the Billboard Hot 100!

  1. "Holly Holy" (Touching You, Touching Me, 1969)
    Peaked: #6 on Dec. 27, 1969

  1. "Hello Again" (The Jazz Singer, 1980)
    Peaked: #6 on March 28, 1981

  1. "Longfellow Serenade" (Serenade, 1974)
    Peaked: #5 on Nov. 23, 1974

  1. "Heartlight" (Heartlight, 1982)
    Peaked: #5 on Nov. 13, 1982

  1. "I Am...I Said/Done Too Soon" (Tap Root Manuscript, 1970)
    Peaked: #4 on May 8, 1971

  1. "Sweet Caroline (Good Times Never Seemed So Good)" (Brother Love's Travelling Salvation Show, 1969)
    Peaked: #4 on Aug. 16, 1969

  1. "Love On The Rocks" (The Jazz Singer, 1980)
    Peaked: #2 on Jan. 10, 1981

  1. "Song Sung Blue" (Moods, 1972)
    Peaked: #1 on July 1, 1972

  1. "Cracklin' Rosie" (Tap Root Manuscript, 1970)
    Peaked: #1 on Oct. 10, 1970

  1. "You Don't Bring Me Flowers" with Barbra Streisand (I'm Glad You're Here with Me Tonight, 1977)
    Peaked: #1 on Dec. 2, 1978

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Article image: Neil Diamond performing at Glastonbury Festival in 2008. (neal whitehouse piper [[CC BY-SA 2.0](] via Flickr.)

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