ADAM’S TOP 40 FLASHBACK: March 21, 2010

This chart flips the Script.

It’s the start of another weekend, which means it’s time for another trip back into the archives on Adam’s Top 40 Flashback! Every Saturday, the day before my latest top 40 goes up for the week, I feature the highlights of a past countdown. They’re all here — the hit songs, the songs that flopped, and the songs that may be a little embarrassing to reflect on.

This week, we stroll back eleven years and find out what was topping my chart for the week of March 21, 2010…

Debuts:
40. KELLY CLARKSON, “All I Ever Wanted”

Biggest Mover(s):
DANIEL MERRIWEATHER, “Red” (31-22, nine spots)

10. BARENAKED LADIES, “You Run Away” (steady, second week)
Album: All In Good Time (2010, Raisin’/EMI Records)
Peak: #5

09. DAUGHTRY, “Life After You” (down 4)
Album: Leave This Town (2009, 19/RCA Records)
Peak: #5 for six weeks

08. THE SCRIPT, “Breakeven” (up 1)
Album: The Script (2008, Epic Records)
Peak: #1 for one week

07. COLBIE CAILLAT, “I Never Told You” (up 1)
Album: Breakthrough (2009, Universal Republic Records)
Peak: #2

06. CAVO, “Let It Go” (up 1)
Album: Bright Nights Bright Days (2009, Reprise Records)
Peak: #5 for two weeks

05. LIFEHOUSE, “Halfway Gone” (up 1)
Album: Smoke And Mirrors (2010, Geffen Records)
Peak: #3 for eight weeks

04. ORIANTHI, “According To You” (steady, second week)
Album: Believe (2009, Geffen Records)
Peak: #2 for three weeks

03. JOHN MAYER, “Heartbreak Warfare” (steady, second week)
Album: Battle Studies (2009, Columbia Records)
Peak: #3 for four weeks

02. ADAM LAMBERT, “Whataya Want From Me” (steady, second week)
Album: For Your Entertainment (2009, 19/RCA Records)
Peak: #1 for two weeks

01. LADY A (f/k/a LADY ANTEBELLUM), “Need You Now” (steady, tenth week)
Album: Need You Now (2010, Capitol Nashville Records)
Peak: #1 for eleven weeks

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