CML Chart – July 1, 2012

Luke Bryan and Eric Church hold on to the top spots again this week but Kenny Chesney’s “ComKelly Clarksone Over” is making a strong case to take over the top spot, moving up from #7 to #3.

The lone debut this week comes from Kelly Clarkson. Kelly enters the countdown with her first country single that isn’t a duet with “Mr. Know It All”.

As always, the CML Chart combines radioplay, album sales, along with popularity (video countdowns, frequency in the news, etc.) and internet downloads.

Check out this week’s CML chart…

Country Music Life Chart – July 1st, 2012

25. Mr. Know It All – Kelly Clarkson

24. Home Sweet Home – The Farm

23. Something To Do With Your Hands – Thomas Rhett

22. Hard To Love – Lee Brice

21. Glass – Thompson Square

20. Better Than I Used To Be – Tim McGraw

19. Something ‘Bout A Truck – Kip Moore

18. Cowboys And Angels – Dustin Lynch

17. Pontoon – Little Big Town

16. Why Ya Wanna – Jana Kramer

15. Good Girl – Carrie Underwood

14. Over – Blake Shelton

13. For You – Keith Urban

12. Postcard From Paris – The Band Perry

11. Wanted – Hunter Hayes

10. Time Is Love – Josh Turner

9. Beers Ago – Toby Keith

8. Angel Eyes – Love And Theft

7. Kissed You (Good Night) – Gloriana

6. You Don’t Know Her Like I do – Brantley Gilbert

5. 5-1-5-0 – Dierks Bentley

4. Even If It Breaks Your Heart – Eli Young Band

3. Come Over – Kenny Chesney

2. Springsteen – Eric Church

1. Drunk On You – Luke Bryan

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