Girls Just Want To Have Fun

Between early 1984 and early 1987, Cyndi Lauper reached the Top 40 with her first nine singles to hit Billboard‘s Hot 100 chart.  Of those nine singles, seven hit the Top 10, and two of them — “Time After Time” and “True Colors” — hit number one.  That run of Top 40 success began with “Girls Just Want To Have Fun,” which exactly 30 years ago reached its peak position of number 2, where it would spend two weeks.

Though Lauper’s string of Top 40 hits ended when “Boy Blue” stalled out at number 71 in 1987, she hit the Top 10 one more time a couple years later when “I Drove All Night” peaked at number 6 in 1989.

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