Songwriters with the most no. 1 singles

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Neil Diamond: -Neil Diamond only sang two of his four no. 1 singles: 'Cracklin’ Rosie' in 1970, and 'Song Sung Blue' in 1972.

Billy Joel: -The "Piano Man" had three no. 1 singles in the Billboard Hot 100. 

R. Kelly: -The R&B singer-songwriter wrote his no. 1 song 'Bump N’ Grind' in 1994.

John Denver: -The American singer-songwriter wrote Peter, Paul and Mary’s 'Leaving on a Jet Plane.

Richard Marx: -What would be the '80s without Richard Marx's 1989 ballad 'Right Here Waiting,' righ.

Paul Simon: -Simon famously wrote four no. 1 singles. Three of them were played by his duo Simon & Garfunkel.

John Farrar: -You might be wondering who's the man posing with John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John. 

Maurice Starr: -You might not recognize Starr (top row, in the middle), but you might be familiar with the boy band he created.

Per Gessle: -The Swedish musician and singer-songwriter wrote three no. 1 songs for his group, Roxette.

Sly Stone: -Better known as the front man for Sly and the Family Stone, this prolific songwriter has had three no. 1 hits with his band.

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