Tim McGraw knocks his running buddy Kenny Chesney out of the top spot on Billboard's Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart this week. McGraw's "Grown Men Don't Cry" moves Chesney's "Don't Happen Twice" down to No. 2 on the chart.
Brooks & Dunn's "Ain't Nothing 'Bout You" stays at No. 3, and Lonestar's "I'm Already There," which had been moving steadily up the chart, stalls at No. 4. Sara Evans' "I Could Not
Ask for More" rounds out the top 5.
The biggest gainers are Faith Hill's "You'll Be There," which jumps to No. 14, and Toby Keith's "I'm Just Talkin' About Tonight," which climbs to No. 19. Debuting this week are "Love
of a Woman" by Travis Tritt
at No. 52, "When You Come Back Down" by Nickel Creek at No. 56, and "Even Then" by John Michael Montgomery at No. 59.
Brad Paisley's Part II debuts at No. 3 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. McGraw's
Set This Circus Down and the Coyote Ugly soundtrack remain one-two on the chart. Mary Chapin Carpenter's Time*Sex*Love* opens at No. 6.
The O Brother, Where Art
Thou? soundtrack remains at No. 4 and Lee
Ann Womack's I Hope You Dance drops from No. 3 to No. 5.
Newcomer Cyndi Thomson's "What I Really
Meant To Say"" dethrones LeAnn
Rimes' "But I Do Love You/Can't Fight the Moonlight" from the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Country Singles
Sales chart. Rimes is at No. 2 and "Mrs. Steven Rudy" by Mark McGuinn remains at No. 3.
Couldn't Change Me" by Montgomery
Gentry is at No. 4 on the Country Singles Sales chart and "Austin" by Blake Shelton holds the No. 5 slot.