This week 22 years ago, "Angels in America: Millennium Approaches" won big at the Tony Awards, Cleveland broke ground on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Prince changed his name to a symbol and the following songs were the most popular in the U.S., according to Billboard's Hot 100 chart archive.
10. "Bad Boys (Theme from 'Cops')," Inner Circle
The reggae band originally released this song in 1987, but it reached new heights when it was re-released after being used as the theme to the Fox reality series "Cops." Watchu gonna do?
9. "Have I Told You Lately," Rod Stewart
The perennial wedding favorite was written by Van Morrison — and is Rod Stewart's most recent big hit.
8. "Show Me Love," Robin S.
The club hit (you can basically picture dancing in machine-produced fog) should not be confused with the 1997 song of the same name song by Robyn. So. Confusing.
7. "Looking Through Patient Eyes," P.M. Dawn
If you think this sounds a bit too similar to George Michael's "Father Figure" it's because it actually samples the track. It also contains a Joni Mitchell reference.
6. "I'm So Into You," SWV
1993 was a big year for Sisters With Voices. "I'm So Into You," the second single off their debut album, was the group's first top 10 single.
5. "Love Is," Vanessa Williams and Brian McKnight
How early 1990s is this? "Love Is" originally appeared on the soundtrack to the TV show "Beverly Hills, 90210."
4. "Weak," SWV
Hello again, SWV! The follow-up to "I'm So Into You," "Weak" was originally written for singer Charlie Wilson.
3. "Knockin' Da Boots," H-Town
2. "Freak Me," Silk
Lots of euphemisms for sex were happening in the 1993 music world.
1. "That's the Way Love Goes," Janet Jackson
"That's the Way Love Goes" was a commercial and critical success for Jackson. It was No. 1 for eight weeks and won a Grammy for best R&B song. It was also the first of six (!) top-10 hits from Jackson's sensual fifth album, "janet."