Not only does Michael Bublé keep “Hollywood” at #1, he debuts a new song, “End Of May,” at #3, with The Script’s “For The First Time” sandwiched between. Lee DeWyze enters the top ten with debut post-Idol single “Sweet Serendipity,” as does The Script’s follow-up single, “Nothing.”
With the top four still unmoved, Hope and Jason Mraz move into the top five with “Love Love Love,” while P!nk’s “Raise Your Glass” vaults to #8 in its second week on the chart. The Script gets the highest debut with “Walk Away” in at #15, along with four more new entries from Science & Faith.
The entire top five holds steady, with Hope and Jason Mraz nipping at their heels by jumping to #6 with “Love Love Love.” Along with Ingrid Michaelson’s “Parachute,” which moves 15-7, Maroon 5 adds two more songs to the top ten: “No Curtain Call” at #9 and “Don’t Know Nothing” at #10, raising the number of top-ten songs from Hands All Over to five.
Michael Bublé moves into the top spot with “Hollywood,” pushing The Script’s “For The First Time” to #2. Meanwhile, Maroon 5 scores a whopping dozen debuts, led by “I Can’t Lie” at #3.
Michael Bublé trades places with Maroon 5 in the top three, but The Script continues to hold both off. Sara Bareilles scores a second top-five hit from Kaleidoscope Heart as “Uncharted” jumps 14-5, while the album’s title track is the highest of six debuts, all from Bareilles.
Michael Bublé scores a big #3 debut with new single “Hollywood,” while Sara Bareilles’s “King Of Anything” moves back up into the top five, also scoring the top debut at #14 with “Uncharted.”
The Script’s “For The First Time” scores a second week at the top, with Maroon 5 songs switching spots at #2 and #3. Ingrid Michaelson has the top debut at #22 with “Parachute.”
The Script moves into the top spot with “For The First Time,” leaving Maroon 5’s “Misery” at #2. They add a new song, “Give A Little More,” at #3; the week’s only other debut is a live John Mayer track that enters at #38.
The top three is steady, with P!nk and a rebounding Sara Bareilles bringing up the rear of the top five and Lissie just behind. OneRepublic’s “Secrets” re-enters the top ten. Lifehouse album cut “Best Of Me (What’s Left Of Me)” and Christina Perri’s debut single “Jar Of Hearts” are the highest debuts at #28 and #29.
Maroon 5 holds again at #1 with “Misery,” but The Script and Paramore move up from behind to fill the top three. Ryan Star makes a big jump with “Start A Fire,” now at #15. The Daylights score the highest debut with “Rogue Machine (Don’t Say That You Want Me).”