Ariana Grande first act since Beatles to claim U.S. singles chart top three spots

By Rich Polk

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Don't know a single song she sings.  Intending for it to stay that way.

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Thank U, Next.

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The Beatles nabbed the same spots in April 1964, with "Can't Buy Me Love," "Twist and Shout" and "Do You Want to Know a Secret" reigning atop the chart.

50 years on and they still hold up and are still legendary.

Doubtful that the same will be true of Grande's 3 singles in 50 years!

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"Do You Want to Know a Secret" 

I can't say for sure I recall this one... No doubt I would, if I heard it though.

Twist and Shout for me is truly eternal. A favourite scene (one of many) from Ferris Bueller's Day Off was Ferris stealing the show in the middle of the massive parade through downtown Chicago, pretending to sing it. 1980's teen movies at their best!

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Doubtful that the same will be true of Grande's 3 singles in 50 years!

Wouldn't matter

It wouldn't be you or us who'd be deciding it in 50 years

It'd be the generations of Millenials and onwards

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