A couple of years ago, Suzanne Vega was quoted in the New York Times about being wrongly called out as a one-hit wonder, because of her 1980s' hit "Luka". "Actually, I had two hits, with 'Tom's Diner,' Suzanne said. "So I'm a two-hit wonder." Two-hit wonders are pretty special. They were good enough to make upon many of us that once-in-a-lifetime impression, only twice. Like a high-school crush you fall in love with again in your 30s. Or an ex-wife you remarry despite everyone's best-intentioned warnings. Who are the most impressive two-hit wonders out there? The following other artists have two U.S. pop Top 40 hits and are worthy of consideration in the Two-Hit Wonder Hall of Fame. Tracy Chapman - "Fast Car", "Give Me One Reason" 10cc - "I'm Not In Love", "The Things We Do For Love" Maxine Nightingale (a personal fav) - "Right Back Where We Started From", "Lead Me On" Carl Carlton - "Everlasting Love", "Bad Mama Jama"