7/26-8/1/98
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This is a Reconstructed Top 40^
Listen to the Top 20 Countdown Playlist
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LW
Song
Artist
1
3 I Can Still Feel You(1) Collin Raye
2
6 That’s Where You’re Wrong Daryle Singletary
3
5 From This Moment On Shania Twain & Bryan White
4
1 A Man Holdin’ On (To a Woman Letting Go)(1) Ty Herndon
5
7 Now That I Found You Terri Clark
6
8 There’s Your Trouble Dixie Chicks
7
10 To Make You Feel My Love Garth Brooks
8
2 It Would Be You Gary Allan
9
9 There Goes My Baby Trisha Yearwood
10
12 Texas Size Heartache Joe Diffie
11
4 The Shoes You’re Wearing(1) Clint Black
12
13 If You Have Forever in Mind Vince Gill
13
15 Just to Hear You Say That You Love Me Faith Hill w/ Tim McGraw
14
14 Things Change Dwight Yoakam
15
16 Wonderful Tonight David Kersh
16
17 Ordinary People Clay Walker
17
18 Big Time Trace Adkins
18
19 Happy Girl Martina McBride
19
20 Stepping Stone Lari White
20
21 I'm Alright Jo Dee Messina
21
25 True George Strait
22
22 The Hole Randy Travis
23
23 I Wanna Remember This Linda Davis
24
24 26 Cents The Wilkinsons
25
33 How Long Gone Brooks & Dunn
26
27 When the Bartender Cries Michael Peterson
27
28 High on Love Patty Loveless
28
31 I Said a Prayer Pam Tillis
29
29 No End to This Road Restless Heart
30
32 Tree of Hearts Bryan White
31
34 Honky Tonk America Sammy Kershaw
32
35 Used to the Pain Mark Nesler
33
36 The Other Side of This Kiss Mindy McCready
34
26 Somebody to Love Suzy Bogguss
35
37 A Fool's Progress Clint Daniels
36
38 I Fell Brady Seals
37
39 Love Happens Like That Neal McCoy
38
NEW While You Sleep Tracy Lawrence
39
30 Double Wide Paradise Toby Keith
40
40 Why'd You Start Looking So Good Monty Holmes


KEY:
(X)- Number of Weeks at #1
Italicized songs are "falling" from the chart.

^-When I created my Archive, I discovered that I had lost my records of the charts from the beginning (2/1-2/7/98) until 10/10-10/16/99.  Because of this, I went back and recreated the charts using the Peak Positions for each song.  Chances are, none of the charts in this range are the original charts, but I'm okay with that.