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TAMPA, FL - JANUARY 27: Whitney Houston sings the National Anthem before a game with the New York Giants taking on the Buffalo Bills prior to Super Bowl XXV at Tampa Stadium on January 27, 1991 in Tampa, Florida. The Giants won 20-19. (Photo by George Rose/Getty Images)

Maybe 1987 doesn’t seem so long ago. For some, it may seem like an eternity. Best part is there was some great music!

“Three Men and a Baby”, “Fatal Attraction” and “Beverly Hills Cop II” were the top three movies at the box office in 1987. Gas was still just under $1 per gallon.

These were the top songs on Billboard Magazine’s year-end chart.

10. Bon Jovi “Livin’ On A Prayer”

9. Bob Seger “Shakedown”

8. Bruce Hornsby and The Range “The Way It Is”

7. Whitesnake “Here I Go Again”

6. Robbie Nevil “C’est La Vie”

5. Starship “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now”

4. Whitney Houston “I Want To Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)”

3. Gregory Abbott “Shake You Down”

2. Heart “Alone”

1. The Bangles “Walk Like An Egyptian”

Here’s the full Top 100 for 1987.