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Chart topping songs from this week in 1978

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Let's take a trip down memory lane and see what was playing on the radio 37 years ago.

These were the songs atop Billboard Magazine's Hot 100 this week in 1978.

At number five, Paul McCartney's group Wings with their hit "With a Little Luck."

Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway held down the number four position with the ballad "The Closer I Get to You."

Checking in at number four was Barry Manilow with "Can't Smile Without You."

And a pair of songs from the "Saturday Night Fever" soundtrack were in the top two spots.

Yvonne Elliman was at number two with "If I Can't Have You."

In the top spot, The Bee Gees with "Night Fever," a song that spent eight weeks at number 1.

The song is listed at number 38 on Billboard's All Time Top 100.

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