CML Chart – June 17, 2012

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Eric Church’s “Springsteen” and Carrie Underwood’s “Good Girl” switch spots giving Eric Church the #1 spot while Carrie falls to #3. Meanwhile, Luke Bryan’s “Drunk On You” stays at #2.Alan Jackson

Elsewhere on the charts, Kenny Chesney’s “Come Over climbs into the top 10 at #7 and Gloriana moves up three spots to #10. The only new song in the countdown this week comes from Alan Jackson. His new song “So You Don’t Have To Live Me Anymore” enters at #23

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 – June 17th, 2012

25. Home Sweet Home – The Farm

24. Something To Do With Your Hands – Thomas Rhett

23. So You Don’t Have To Love Me Anymore – Alan Jackson

22. Glass – Thompson Square

21. Over – Blake Shelton

20. Wanted – Hunter Hayes

19. Cowboys And Angels – Dustin Lynch

18. Pontoon – Little Big Town

17. Why Ya Wanna – Jana Kramer

16. Time Is Love – Josh Turner

15. For You – Keith Urban

14. Postcard From Paris – The Band Perry

13. Angel Eyes – Love And Theft

12. No Hurry – Zac Brown Band

11. Beers Ago – Toby Keith

10. Kissed You (Good Night) – Gloriana

9. Better Than I Used To Be – Tim McGraw

8. 5-1-5-0 – Dierks Bentley

7. Come Over – Kenny Chesney

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

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

4. Something ‘Bout A Truck – Kip Moore

3. Good Girl – Carrie Underwood

2. Drunk On You – Luke Bryan

1. Springsteen – Eric Church

Adam Kowal

Adam is a songwriter and fan of country music.

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