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Although its title does not include the word "hands," fans always raise theirs (and touch hands ...
reaching out ...) in the middle of the eighth inning of every Sox home game when this anthem, that reached No.
As always, submit your questions about Billboard charts, sales and airplay, as well as general music musings, to askbb@ ) about party songs that reference the carefree raising of one's hands in the air.
Please include your first and last name, as well as your city, state and country, if outside the U. I would add an honorable mention for Chic's "Everybody Dance," with its dominating refrain, "Clap your hands, clap your hands! Scott Volk San Francisco, California Dear Gary, I enjoyed reading your list of charted songs that include the word "hand" in their titles. 2 in sales ("Best Sellers in Stores") and on the Top 100 (the Hot 100's predecessor chart).
" Somehow, I feel that the song is a much greater part of American pop culture than its No. But, since it covered only top five Hot 100 hits, I feel like it was a little, well, short-handed. 20, "Reach Out and Touch (Somebody's Hand)," Diana Ross, 1970 We should also remember "He's Got the Whole World (in His Hands)" by Laurie London, which charted in 1958 before the Hot 100 launched. Thanks, Jeff Lerner Long Island, New York Hi Gary, Another interesting "Ask Billboard" letter from Pablo Nelson. 7 in Canada in March 1988 with a title that sums up the entire topic.