Eurythmics Greatest Hits – Ultimate Song Collection

Eurythmics

Eurythmics, the most successful British new wave duo started their music career in 1980 in Wagga Wagga. They achieved global success with their so many famous songs. Their singles were in the top chart. As a Eurythmics fan, you might have the following questions:

What are the hit songs of Eurythmics? or What is the most famous song by Eurythmics?

Well, here we have your answer. It is very difficult to compile a top chart on Eurythmics as there are so many hit singles. But finally, we did it, all Eurythmics famous songs are ranked! GreatestHitsEver.com presents the very best songs of Eurythmics:

Top Chart (The Most Famous Songs of Eurythmics)

  1. Love Is a Stranger
  2. Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)
  3. Would I Lie to You?
  4. Here Comes the Rain Again
  5. Missionary Man
  6. Who’s That Girl?
  7. It’s Alright (Baby’s Coming Back)
  8. There Must Be an Angel (Playing with My Heart)
  9. Thorn in My Side
  10. Sexcrime (1984/Nineteen Eighty-Four)
  11. When Tomorrow Comes
  12. I Need a Man
  13. Right by Your Side
  14. The Miracle of Love
  15. You Have Placed a Chill in My Heart
  16. Don’t Ask Me Why
  17. Sisters Are Doin’ It for Themselves

Worthy Mentions of Eurythmics’ Biggest Hits/Best Selling Singles

  • Beethoven (I Love to Listen To)
  • I Saved the World Today
  • 17 Again
  • Julia
  • Never Gonna Cry Again
  • This City Never Sleeps
  • I’ve Got a Life
  • Jennifer
  • Shame
  • Adrian
  • Angel
  • I Love You Like a Ball and Chain
  • No Fear, No Hate, No Pain (No Broken Hearts)
  • Savage
  • The King & Queen of America
  • The Walk
  • (My My) Baby’s Gonna Cry
  • Belinda
  • I Did It Just The Same
  • Monkey Monkey
  • This Is the House
  • Was It Just Another Love Affair?

▶️ YouTube Videos & Playlist – Top Songs of Eurythmics

▶️ Spotify Playlist – Best of Eurythmics – Hot Songs

▶️ Deezer Playlist – Greatest Hits of Eurythmics

Present/Past Band Members: Annie Lennox & David A. Stewart

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