Alison Krauss’ Paper Airplane Stays No. 1 for Second Week

Kenny Chesney's "Live a Little" Is Champion New Song

Spurred by second-week sales of 42,314 copies, as measured by Nielsen SoundScan, Alison Krauss & Union Station’s Paper Airplane continues its perch at the top of Billboard’s country albums chart.

In the songs category, Kenny Chesney’s “Live a Little” moves to No. 1 from its previous week’s niche at No. 2.

There are no new albums to note, but four titles return to the charts: Josh Abbott Band’s She’s Like Texas (No. 65), Icon: Loretta Lynn (No. 67), Danny Gokey’s My Best Days (No. 71) and the various-artists Mud Digger package (No. 75).

Songs making their first appearance are Rodney Atkins’ “Take a Back Road” (No. 41), Sugarland’s “Tonight” (No. 54), Jacob Lyda’s “I’m Doing Alright” (No. 58), Randy Houser’s “In God’s Time” (No. 59) and Sunny Sweeney’s “Staying’s Worse Than Leaving” (No. 60).

The remaining Top 5 albums are, in descending order, Jason Aldean’s My Kinda Party, Taylor Swift’s Speak Now, the Country Strong soundtrack and Zac Brown Band’s You Get What You Give.

Trailing Chesney within the Top 5 songs cluster are Sara Evans“A Little Bit Stronger,” Miranda Lambert’s “Heart Like Mine,” Jerrod Niemann’s “What Do You Want” and last week’s No. 1, “This” by Darius Rucker.

OK, let’s snap some of this week’s song titles together for our Title Tunes game.

Sunny Sweeney’s plus Reba McEntire’s equal “Staying’s Worse Than Leaving When Love Gets a Hold of You.”

Randy Houser’s and Kip Moore’s amount to “In God’s Time Mary Was the Marrying Kind.”

Keith Urban’s tied to Jacob Lyda’s net you “Without You I’m Doing Alright.”

Now you try it.

Edward Morris is a veteran of country music journalism. He lives in Nashville, Tennessee, and is a frequent contributor to