Second's not so bad, right? After all, as Buzz Aldrin said on "The Simpsons," second comes right after first. How much do you know about the musicians who didn't quite make it to No. 1 on U.S. charts? Take this quiz to test your knowledge.
Despite selling millions of albums, Creedence Clearwater Revival never hit the top of the chart.
Despite how many of us know his songs by heart, Bob Marley never topped the charts.
Village People did with their hit "Y.M.C.A."
Believe it or not, Journey has never had a No. 1 hit.
The Ramones somehow never managed to chart higher than No. 66 with "Rockaway Beach."
Aretha Franklin has had numerous No. 1 rhythm and blues singles but never a No. 1 album.
The Kinks, famous for "Lola," never got to No. 1.
"Should I Stay or Should I Go?," written in '81, charted on the U.K. Singles Chart after being reissued in '91.
The Boss has never had a No. 1 hit single, but he came close when "Dancing in the Dark" hit No. 2 in 1984.
The Who's "I Can See for Miles" charted at No. 9, the highest of the group's songs.
"All Along the Watchtower," written by Bob Dylan but performed by Hendrix, charted in 1968.
Led Zeppelin actually never had a No. 1 single.
"Groove Is in the Heart" was bumped to No. 2, making Deee-Lite an almost-one hit wonder.
"Help Me" from her 1974 album "Court and Spark" reached No. 7.
"Rebellion (Lies)" hit No. 19 on the U.K. charts, but that's the only single the group has charted.
"Hallelujah" charted in 2007 at No. 36; Cohen has never had a No. 1 single.
In the U.S. the band has never charted a single, and in the U.K. "Oxford Comma" peaked at No. 36.
"Waiting for a Girl Like You" peaked at No. 2, where it remained for 10 weeks.
"Shaddap You Face" by Joe Dolce kept "Vienna" from hitting No. 1.
"Like a Rolling Stone" and "Rainy Day Women #12 & 35" both peaked at No. 2.
"Express Yourself" hit No. 2, the closest the group would get to topping the charts.
While their concert revenue is around $175 million, Phish has no No.1 hits.
Judas Priest has never had a No. 1 single.
Marilyn Manson has had more success in the U.K. than in the U.S., where he never charted.
Wu Tang Clan's peak chart position was No. 60 with 'C.R.E.A.M.'.
Miles Davis only hit No. 13 with "The Doo-Bop Song" in 1992.
"Fight for Your Right" peaked at No. 7, the highest of any Beastie Boys single.
Drake topped at No. 2 with "Hotline Bling" but hit No. 1 with Rihanna.
Omi's "Cheerleader (Felix Jaehn Remix)" was the second biggest song of 2015.
As much as that may seem untrue, both actually happened.