Section 2: The Top 40

Haddaway’s “What Is Love” hit #11 in 1993.

Aaron Hall hit the top 40 in 1994 with “I Miss You” and again in ’98 with “All the Places (I Will Kiss You)

Hall & Oates’s last top 40 song was “So Close” which hit #11 in 1990.

Hanson hit the top 40 with “I Will Come To You” and spent three weeks at #1 with “MMMBop.”

Another contender for least remembered top 40 hit from the decade goes to Harriet with “Temple of Love” which hit #39 in 1991.

Corey Hart’s final hit – “A Little Love” – hit #37 in 1990.

Chesney Hawkes hit #10 in 1991 with “The One and Only.”

Sophie B. Hawkins hit #5 with “Damn, I Wish I Was Your Lover” and #6 with “As I Lay Me Down.”

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