This challenge asked me to find out the No.1 when I was born: "Travellin' Light" by Cliff Richard and the Shadows (by going to http://www.thisdayinmusic.com/birthdayno1 ).
I also remember my mother telling me that, when I would cry as a baby and wouldn't go to sleep, she and Dad took turns in pacing up and down the living room, singing Adam Faith's "What Do You Want?" - over and over again. It was the only song that worked...
Part of the lyrics:
What do you want if you don't want money
What do you want if you don't want gold
Say what you want and I'll give it you darling
Wish you wanted my love baby
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