That's right, and those were Debbie's only two number one singles. It seems fit that "Foolish Beat" was at number 40 on its way down, since it was ending its Top 40 chart run as Casey was ending his run with AT40. Then, "Lost In Your Eyes" was debuting on the charts the same week that Casey's new show was debuting on the air. It would have been even odder if these songs were back to back singles, but (unfortunately), there was a song that charted in between the two, albeit a very weak one ("Staying Together", which peaked at 22 - if you ever heard it, you should know why it didn't get any higher). But at least the two other Debbie Gibson songs mentioned were back to back as far as Top Ten hits go.