The Wreckers continue to tear up the country charts as "My, Oh My" becomes their second single to crack the Top 10 of Billboard's country airplay chart. The duo's single, "Leave the Pieces," reached No. 1 in 2006. "My, Oh My" is the only track to enter the Top 10 this week, with barely any movement in the upper portion of the chart.
Brad Paisley's "She's Everything" holds on to the No. 1 position for the third week, with Rodney Atkins' "Watching You" and Rascal Flatts' "My Wish" hanging tough in second and third place. George Strait's "It Just Comes Natural" rises to No. 4, just ahead of a trio of descending hits -- Sugarland's "Want To," Tim McGraw's "My Little Girl" and Carrie Underwood's "Before He Cheats," at No. 5 through No. 7, respectively. Jason Aldean's "Amarillo Sky" stays at No. 8, while Taylor Swift's "Tim McGraw" again takes the No. 9 position.
McGraw's current single, "Last Dollar (Fly Away)," soars to No. 30 in its second week of release. Sugarland's "Settlin'," also in its second week, rushes to No. 34. New singles include Donovan Chapman's "House Like That" at No. 53, Blue County's "I Get To" at No. 57, Blaine Larsen's "Spoken Like a Man" at No. 58 and Rascal Flatts' "Stand" at No. 60.
Rascal Flatts returns to No. 1 on the country albums chart with the triple-platinum Me and My Gang. Underwood's Some Hearts -- now quintuple platinum -- dips to No. 2. Keith Urban's Love, Pain & the Whole Crazy Thing, which has sold 1 million copies, remains at No. 3. The latest albums from Atkins, Paisley, Sugarland, Josh Turner, Swift, Strait and McGraw round out the Top 10.