After three weeks at No. 1, RaeLynn yields the top spot to Randy Houser's "Like a Cowboy." My love for this track has gone down for this lately due to how much I've heard it on the radio since last summer, but it's an incredible song, especially coming from an artist who really left next to no impression on me with any of his prior singles. It's been one of my favorites at radio in 2014. Two spots open up in the Top 10 this week, which are taken by "Only" and "Take It on Back," while "Bad Girl Phase" is the lone entry to the Top 20. Carrie Underwood, Brantley Gilbert, Mickey Guyton, and Dolly Parton all break into the Top 40. Underwood now has two songs concurrently in the Top 40 with "Something in the Water" at No. 15 this week. Greatest Gainer is a tie this week between Miranda Lambert and Keith Urban, who each took 9-point jumps with their current singles, "Little Red Wagon" (36-27) and "Raise 'Em Up" (54-45), respectively. Ne-Yo's "She Knows" has the highest debut at No. 54, and is followed by new entries by Sam Hunt, Kelly Clarkson, and Tim McGraw. It is the first chart appearances by Ne-Yo and Kelly Clarkson.
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