Every Billboard Hot 100 Single 1970: #246: “Whoever Finds This, I Love You”- Mac Davis- May 16, 1970.
- Single: “Whoever Finds This, I Love You”- Mac Davis
- Record Company- Columbia
- Genre: Pop
- Written by Mac Davis
- Time: 4:27
- B-side:” Half And Half [Song For Sarah}”
- Album-Song Painter
- Peaked at #53 8 weeks in the Billboard Hot 100.
Born Scott Davis in Lubbock, Texas in 1942- Mac Davis is a country -pop singer-songwriter and actor. For some unknown reason he was popular in the 1970’s even having his own variety television series 1974-76. From 1970-81 he had 15 Hot 100 singles with 4 making the Top 40- the biggest going to #1- “Baby Don’t Get Hooked On Me”- 1972. His greatest accomplishment was writing “In The Ghetto” which was a big hit for The King Elvis Presley. He also wrote “Don’t Cry Daddy” which was a hit for the Big E. On the negative side he wrote the Bobby Goldsboro hit “Watching Scotty Grow.” “Whoever Finds This, I Love You” was his first entry into the Billboard Hot 100.