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  • According to Billboard©
    Photocopies of the actual Billboard chart include titles directly above and below "Come To Me"'s chart run as a reference to what was just as popular.
    Come To Me Billboard ChartographySeptember 1, 1979   #90
    Making her first Billboard HOT 100 debut, France Joli's "Come To Me" was one of 10 new entries debuting on the chart this week. Unfortunately, "Come To Me" debuted the lowest. However, of her fellow entrants, France's single would go on to become the second highest peaking of the pack and tie for the most weeks on the chart (with The Knack's "Good Girl's Don't" debuting at #82).
    Come To Me Billboard ChartographySeptember 8, 1979   #79
    This week, France had pulled up to the pack of entries in their second week on the chart. "Come To Me" also outpaced Abba's "Voulez-Vous" (80 2nd week) and Chicago's "Must Have Been Crazy" (83 2nd week), both of which lost their Billboard HOT 100 Star Awards and appeared to have peaked on the chart.
    Come To Me Billboard ChartographySeptember 15, 1979   #69
    "Come To Me" was now gaining momentum and outpacing even more of its fellow 3-week old singles. Two more entrants lost their star awards and appeared to be preparing to bid farewell. Rita Coolidge's "One Fine Day" (up 2 places from 74-72), and New England's "Hello Hello Hello" (up to 73 from 75). Abba and Chicago both took drastic falls with their 3-week old singles "Voulez-Vous" (80-93) and "Must Have Been Crazy" (83-96).
    Come To Me Billboard ChartographySeptember 22, 1979   #63
    "Come To Me" placed 5th among it's fellow 4-week old alumni. Abba finally fell off the HOT 100 and only 4 titles placed higher. France now out charted Dave Edmund's "Girls Talk" (#66 no Star Award), New England's "Hello, Hello, Hello" (#70 no Star Award), Rita Coolidge's "One Fine Day" (#71 no Star Award) and Chicago's "Must Have Been Crazy" (#91 no Star Award).
    Come To Me Billboard ChartographySeptember 29, 1979   #40
    With the exception of one week, from now on, "Come To Me" and The Knack's "Good Girl's Don't" would continue to be the two highest charting singles that debuted the same week. "Come To Me" officially become's France Joli's first Top 40 American hit.
    Come To Me Billboard ChartographyOctober 6, 1979   #32
    "Come To Me" makes the biggest jump up the chart within Billboard's top 40 advancing 8 places. France also narrows the gap between her hit single and The Knack's "Good Girl's Don't" which moves up a paltry 2 spots (29-27).
    Come To Me Billboard ChartographyOctober 13, 1979   #24
    With disco music waning in the U.S., "Come To Me" is fifth of 7 so-called "disco" titles within Billboard's top 40. Only four of those titles retain Star Awards.
    Come To Me Billboard ChartographyOctober 20, 1979   #22
    8-week old single "Hold On" by Ian Gomez makes a bit of surprise leap moving 26-20 placing "Come To Me" 3rd behind Gomez and The Knack for titles that debuted in the same week. The placement won't last more than a week.
    Come To Me Billboard ChartographyOctober 27, 1979   #17
    France Joli's first official American top 20 single!
    Come To Me Billboard ChartographyNovember 3, 1979   #17
    France Joli is one of four female solo-performers in this week's top 20. The track stalls at No. 17 but won't peak here.
    *Barbra Streisand & Donna Summer duet (No More Tears) together at No. 10 which prevents Streisand from joining the ranks of top 20 solo female performers.
    Come To Me Billboard ChartographyNovember 10, 1979   #16
    Of the 10 songs that debuted the same week as "Come To Me," only France and The Knack's "Good Girls Don't" remain in the top 40 and have charted the highest.
    Come To Me Billboard ChartographyNovember 17, 1979   #15
    Making its way into America's Billboard top 15, "Come To Me" finds its peak position. Debut mate The Knack has also found its peak position as "Good Girls Don't" remains at No. 11 for a second week.
    Come To Me Billboard ChartographyNovember 24, 1979   #57
    "Come To Me" slips out of the top 40. The Knack and France Joli remain the only acts still in the Billboard HOT 100 from 13 weeks.
    Come To Me Billboard ChartographyDecember 1, 1979   #69
    "Come To Me" has three weeks left remaining and is at the same position as when it was three weeks old.
    Come To Me Billboard ChartographyDecember 8, 1979   #87
    "Disco" music was definitely in its final days in America with this week's Billboard HOT 100. Only 18 titles on the chart would become synonymous with the era and the "disco" sound. "Come To Me" fights on in its fifteenth week.
    Come To Me Billboard ChartographyDecember 15, 1979   #99
    Closing off the year and ending the decade as one of the time's most promising new comers and amazing vocal talents, France Joli's chart legacy proves that despite the US' denouncement of disco, a real talent can still trancend boundaries. "Come To Me" was just as successful on several other charts and in many other countries. This is only one resource reflecting France's popularity.