#1 Song November 26 1999

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#1 Song November 26 1999

The #1 Song on November 26, 1999

On November 26, 1999, the music world was grooving to the tune of...

"Breathe" by Faith Hill

Hitting the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, "Breathe" was the #1 song on this day, 22 years ago. This romantic ballad, from Faith Hill's album of the same name, became a crossover hit, appealing to both country and pop fans.

About the Song

"Breathe" was written by Stephanie Bentley and Holly Lamar, and produced by Byron Gallimore and Faith Hill. The song's success can be attributed to its soaring vocals, sweeping orchestral arrangements, and heartfelt lyrics that speak to the intimacy and passion of a romantic relationship.

** Chart Performance**

"Breathe" spent six weeks at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, becoming Faith Hill's first crossover hit. It also topped the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for four weeks. The song's success helped propel the album "Breathe" to multi-platinum sales, solidifying Faith Hill's status as a country-pop superstar.

Impact and Legacy

"Breathe" remains one of Faith Hill's most beloved and enduring songs, with its romantic lyrics and soaring vocals continuing to captivate audiences. The song's crossover success helped pave the way for future country-pop crossovers, influencing a generation of artists.

Fun Fact

Did you know that "Breathe" was featured in the 2000 film "Dr. T & the Women," starring Richard Gere and Helen Hunt?

There you have it! "Breathe" by Faith Hill, the #1 song on November 26, 1999.

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