5/16-5/22/99
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This is a Reconstructed Top 40^
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Song
Artist
1
1 Please Remember Me(3) Tim McGraw
2
2 You Won't Ever Be Lonely Andy Griggs
3
4 Anyone Else Collin Raye
4
6 Two Teardrops Steve Wariner
5
5 Hands of a Working Man Ty Herndon
6
7 Man! I Feel Like a Woman! Shania Twain
7
12 Whatever You Say Martina McBride
8
9 Hillbilly Shoes Montgomery Gentry
9
3 Drive Me Wild Sawyer Brown
10
10 I'm Leaving Aaron Tippin
11
13 Tonight The Heartache's on Me Dixie Chicks
12
14 Stranger in My Mirror Randy Travis
13
8 Every Time I Cry Terri Clark
14
15 Write This Down George Strait
15
17 Amazed Lonestar
16
16 Maybe Not Tonight Sammy Kershaw & Lorrie Morgan
17
19 Hello L.O.V.E. John Michael Montgomery
18
20 With You Lila McCann
19
21 One Honest Heart Reba McEntire
20
26 Lesson in Leavin' Jo Dee Messina
21
22 I Will Be There for You Jessica Andrews
22
27 (God Must Have Spent) A Little More Time on You Alabama
23
23 She's Always Right Clay Walker
24
24 Little Goodbyes Shedaisy
25
18 Your Own Little Corner of My Heart BlackHawk
26
25 Slave to the Habit Shane Minor
27
29 A Night to Remember Joe Diffie
28
28 The Greatest Kenny Rogers
29
30 Who Needs Pictures Brad Paisley
30
31 Angels Working Overtime Deana Carter
31
36 Crazy Little Thing Called Love Dwight Yoakam
32
32 South of Santa Fe Brooks & Dunn
33
34 I Know How the River Feels Diamond Rio
34
37 Fool, I'm a Woman Sara Evans
35
35 Somethin’ ‘Bout a Sunday Michael Peterson
36
39 Single White Female Chely Wright
37
38 Give My Heart to You Billy Ray Cyrus
38
33 Boy Oh Boy Wilkinsons
39
NEW Someone Else's Turn to Cry Chalee Tennison
40
NEW (Now You See Me) Now You Don't Lee Ann Womack


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.