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This week in music: 1962

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Let's head back to the 1960s and check out the music charts from the first week of December 1962.

At number five was a singer who's ranked as the fourth biggest recording artists of the '60s.  Known as "Little Miss Dynamite,"  Brenda Lee was climbing the charts with "All Along Am I."

Chubby Checker had another song about a dance craze. "Limbo Rock" was at number four.

Teenager Marcie Blane was in the number three spot with "Bobby's Girl."

At number two was Elvis Presley and the Jordanaires with "Return to Sender," a song about a man mailing a letter to his girlfriend after an argument.

And in the top spot was The Four Seasons with their second chart topping single. "Big Girls Don't Cry" spent five weeks at number one and is one of the group's biggest hits.

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