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Country music's top songs will be televised in November 2014. The CMA Awards promise to include a number of the hits found on this list of the Top 40, including several inside the Top 5. Florida Georgia Line, Carrie Underwood, Jason Aldean ... all are included in this monthly look at the hottest songs in country music, but none of those mentioned are No. 1.

It was a close call between the Top 2 country songs this month, as both were equal in nearly every indicator that makes up the Top 40 list. RaeLynn made a big leap in November, and FGL notched the highest debut of any song. Find both inside the Top 10, along with tracks from Tim McGraw, Frankie Ballard and country music's second hottest duo.

The list of the Top 40 Country Songs for November 2014 is compiled from Billboard chart data and sales figures, in addition to staff opinion and reader feedback.

Top 40 Country Songs for November 2014:

40. Billy Currington, ‘Don’t It’
39. The Cadillac Three, ‘Party Like You’
38. Toby Keith, ‘Drunk Americans’
37. Jana Kramer, ‘Love’
36. Jake Owen, ‘What We Ain’t Got’
35. Eric Paslay, ‘She Don’t Love You’
34. Dan + Shay, ‘Show You Off’
33. Kristian Bush, ‘Trailer Hitch’
32. Tyler Farr, ‘A Guy Walks Into a Bar’
31. Randy Houser, ‘Like a Cowboy’
30. Chris Young, ‘Lonely Eyes’
29. Hunter Hayes, ‘Tattoo’
28. David Nail, ‘Kiss You Tonight’
27. Darius Rucker, ‘Homegrown Honey’
26. Parmalee, ‘Close Your Eyes’
25. The Band Perry, ‘Gentle on My Mind’
24. Scotty McCreery, ‘Feelin’ It’
23. Kenny Chesney, ’Til It’s Gone’
22. Big and Rich, ‘Look at You’
21. Dierks Bentley, ‘Say You Do’
20. Lady Antebellum, ‘Freestyle’
19. Brantley Gilbert (Feat. Thomas Rhett, Justin Moore), ‘Small Town Throwdown’
18. Chase Bryant, ‘Take It on Back’
17. Florida Georgia Line, ‘Dirt’
16. Brett Eldredge, ‘Mean to Me’
15. Brad Paisley, ‘Perfect Storm’
14. Eric Church, ‘Talladega’
13. Thomas Rhett, ‘Make Me Wanna’
12. Lee Brice, ‘Drinking Class’
11. Keith Urban, ‘Somewhere in My Car’
10. RaeLynn, ‘God Made Girls’
9. Florida Georgia Line, ‘Sun Daze’
8. Little Big Town, ‘Day Drinking’
7. Tim McGraw, ‘Shotgun Rider’
6. Frankie Ballard, ‘Sunshine & Whiskey’
5. Maddie & Tae, ‘Girl in a Country Song’
4. Jason Aldean, ‘Burnin’ It Down
3. Carrie Underwood, ‘Something in the Water’
2. Sam Hunt, ‘Leave the Night On’
1. Blake Shelton, ‘Neon Light’

Did Your Favorite Song Make Our Top 40 Country Songs List for November 2014?

What would you add to our list of the Top 40 country songs for November 2014? Share your opinions on this list — as well as the songs that deserve to be included, but weren’t — in the comments section below.

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The Cure, "Hello Goodbye" (from The Art of McCartney)

Because against all odds, Robert Smith sounds positively perky. Seriously. Jubilant even.

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Bob Dylan, "Dress It Up, Better Have It All"

Because on this previously-unreleased Basement Tapes gem, against all odds, Bob Dylan sounds positively perky. Seriously. Jubilant even.

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Foo Fighters, "In the Clear"

Because it's a high-profile turn for the Preservation Hall Jazz Band. And because what's good for the Preservation Hall Jazz Band is good for us all.

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New Basement Tapes, "Liberty Street" and "Six Months in Kansas City (Liberty Street)"

Because old guard (Elvis Costello), new guard (Dawe's Taylor Goldsmith). Because two versions, one a piano ballad (Goldsmith), one a dark gospel blues (Costello). But mostly because of the prototypically brilliant nature of this long lost Dylan lyric: "He came from the old religion/but possessed no magic skill/descending from machinery/ he left nothing in his will."

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Public Enemy, "The Rhythm, the Rebel (A Cappella)"

Because the breath control. Because here's a master at the very peak of his considerable, almost singular, powers. And because we wish there was a third disc to this deluxe-edition It Takes a Nation Of Millions to Hold Us Back reissue that was nothing but a cappella.

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Deerhoof, "Exit Only"

Because Spoon aside, we don't know of any other band 20 years into their career strutting along with as much pure uncut swagger. And by swagger we mean a relentless blitzkrieg.

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TV on the Radio, "Quartz"

Because in the most affecting vocal performance of Tunde Adebimpe's career, there's palatable pain behind these lines: "How much do I love you?/How hard must we try?"

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Damien Rice, "The Greatest Bastard"

Because all of us have the relationship we regret. All of us have someone we didn't mean to let down. And all of us should send this to that person, right now.

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Theophilus London, "Figure It Out (feat. Devonte Hynes and The Force MD)

Because it's high time somebody took the old-school R&B slow-jam back from Jimmy Fallon. And because the falsetto.

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James Bay, "Hold Back the River"

Because who doesn't have a soft spot for blue-eyed soul with a catchy chorus? 2015 is his to take.

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List of Billboard Hot 100 number ones of 2014

"Happy" by Pharrell Williams(pictured) spent ten weeks at number one on the Hot 100, the longest of any single in 2014. It later ranked as the best-performing single of the year.[1]

The Billboard Hot 100 is a chart that ranks the best-performing singles of the United States. Its data, published by Billboard magazine and compiled by Nielsen SoundScan, is based collectively on each single's weekly physical and digital sales, as well as airplay and streaming.

During 2014, nine singles reached number one on the Hot 100; a tenth single, "The Monster" by Eminem featuring Rihanna, began its run at number one in December 2013.[2] Of those ten number-one singles, four were collaborations. In total, thirteen acts topped the chart as either lead or featured artists, with six—Juicy J, John Legend, Iggy Azalea, Charli XCX, Magic! and Meghan Trainor—achieving their first Hot 100 number-one single. Pharrell Williams' "Happy" was the longest-running number-one of the year, leading the chart for ten weeks; it subsequently topped the Billboard Year-End Hot 100.[1]

In May, Legend's "All of Me" reached number one in its thirtieth week on the Hot 100, earning the distinction of the third-longest ascent to number one after Los del Río's "Macarena" and Lonestar's "Amazed".[3] The song also became the third number-one to feature only piano and vocals, following Adele's "Someone like You" and Bruno Mars' "When I Was Your Man".[3] Azalea became the fourth solo female rapper to top the chart when "Fancy" reached number one in June, a feat previously achieved only by Lauryn Hill, Lil' Kim and Shawnna.[4] In its sixth of seven weeks on top, "Fancy" became the longest-reigning single by a female rapper on the chart.[5]

Taylor Swift's "Blank Space" reached number one in November, ending the run of Swift's own "Shake It Off".[6] In doing so, Swift became the first female artist in the history of the Hot 100, and tenth act overall, to replace herself at the top of the chart.[6] With "Shake It Off" and "Blank Space", Swift was also the only artist to notch multiple number-ones in 2014.[6]

2014 was also the first year in 18 years to have all of its number-one singles that topped the chart that year enter the decade-end top 100 in the 2010s, after all of the number-one songs from 1996 made the decade-end top 100 of the 1990s. (The Monster did not make the decade-end top 100, but started its peak position in 2013.)[7][8]

Chart history

Best performing single of 2014Indicates best-performing single of 2014

See also

References

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  22. ^"February 15, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
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  40. ^"April 19, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
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  42. ^"April 26, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
  43. ^Trust, Gary (2014-04-16). "Pharrell Williams Tops Hot 100; Ed Sheeran Blasts In at No. 15". Billboard. Retrieved 2014-04-16.
  44. ^"May 3, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
  45. ^Trust, Gary (2014-04-23). "Pharrell Williams Still Atop Hot 100; Justin Timberlake, Chris Brown Reach Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved 2014-04-23.
  46. ^"May 10, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
  47. ^Trust, Gary (2014-04-30). "Pharrell Williams Tops Hot 100 For 10th Week, Iggy Azalea Vaults Into Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved 2014-04-30.
  48. ^"May 17, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
  49. ^"May 24, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
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  51. ^"May 31, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
  52. ^Trust, Gary (2014-05-21). "Michael Jackson, Coldplay Hit Hot 100's Top 10; John Legend Still No. 1". Billboard. Retrieved 2014-05-21.
  53. ^"June 7, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
  54. ^"June 14, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
  55. ^Trust, Gary (2014-06-04). "Iggy Azalea Remains Atop Hot 100 With 'Fancy'; MAGIC!, Calvin Harris Hit Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved 2014-06-04.
  56. ^"June 21, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
  57. ^Trust, Gary (2014-06-10). "Iggy Azalea Continues Record-Tying Run Atop Hot 100; Sam Smith Soars Into Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved 2014-06-10.
  58. ^"June 28, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
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  60. ^"July 5, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
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  65. ^"July 26, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
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  67. ^"August 2, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
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  75. ^"August 30, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
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  77. ^"September 6, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
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  79. ^"September 13, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
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  81. ^"September 20, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
  82. ^"September 27, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
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  84. ^"October 4, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
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  86. ^"October 11, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
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  88. ^"October 18, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
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  90. ^"October 25, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
  91. ^Trust, Gary (2014-10-15). "Meghan Trainor Tops Hot 100; Tove Lo Joins All-Female Top Five, Bobby Shmurda Hits Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved 2014-10-15.
  92. ^"November 1, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
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  94. ^"November 8, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
  95. ^Trust, Gary (2014-10-29). "Meghan Trainor Tops Hot 100 For Eighth Week, Hozier Hits Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved 2014-10-29.
  96. ^"November 15, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
  97. ^Trust, Gary (2014-11-05). "Taylor Swift's 'Shake It Off' Returns to No. 1 on Hot 100". Billboard. Retrieved 2014-11-05.
  98. ^"November 22, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
  99. ^Trust, Gary (2014-11-12). "Taylor Swift Still No. 1 on Hot 100, Ariana Grande & The Weeknd Hit Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved 2014-11-12.
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  101. ^"December 6, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
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  103. ^"December 13, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
  104. ^Trust, Gary (2014-12-03). "Taylor Swift No. 1 on Hot 100, Selena Gomez, Mark Ronson Hit Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved 2014-12-03.
  105. ^"December 20, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
  106. ^Trust, Gary (2014-12-10). "Taylor Swift Tops Hot 100, Meghan Trainor Scores Second Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved 2014-12-10.
  107. ^"December 27, 2014". Billboard Hot 100.
  108. ^Trust, Gary (2014-12-17). "Taylor Swift Leads Billboard Hot 100, Ed Sheeran Soars to Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved 2014-12-17.

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TOP 50 K-POP SONG CHART for NOVEMBER 2014 (Week 1 Chart)

Every Big Top 40 No.1 Single Of 2014

All the 2014 number 1 singles to top the Vodafone Big Top 40. Here's the complete history of the freshest chart around from 2014.

  1. Bruno Mars Uptown Funk

    1. Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars - 'Uptown Funk'

    14th December 2014 - 25th January 2015 (7 Weeks) CHRISTMAS NO.1!

  2. Bring Me The Horizon 2015

    2. Bring Me The Horizon - 'Drown'

    7th December 2014 (1 Week)

  3. Ed Sheeran Thinking Out Loud Dance

    3. Ed Sheeran - 'Thinking Out Loud'

    30th November 2014. 2nd run at No.1. (1 Week)

  4. Band Aid 30 Video Large

    4. Band Aid 30 - 'Do They Know It's Christmas (2014)'

    23rd November 2014 (1 Week)

  5. Clean Bandit - Rather Be

    5. Clean Bandit feat. Jess Glynne - 'Real Love'

    16th November 2014 (1 Week)

  6. Ed Sheeran Thinking Out Loud

    6. Ed Sheeran - 'Thinking Out Loud'

    9th November 2014 (1 Week)

  7. Cheryl

    7. Cheryl - 'I Don't Care'

    2nd November 2014 (1 Week)

  8. Meghan Trainor and dancers dancing

    8. Meghan Trainor - 'All About That Bass'

    28th September 2014 - 26th October 2014 (5 Weeks)

  9. jessie j ariana grande nicki on the roof

    9. Jessie J feat. Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj - 'Bang Bang'

    21st September 2014 (1 Week)

  10. Paloma Faith leaning out a car

    10. Sigma feat. Paloma Faith - 'Changing'

    14th September 2014 (1 Week)

  11. girl in robin schulz lillywood video

    11. Robin Schulz & Lillywood - 'Prayer In C'

    24th August 2014 (1 Week)

  12. Lovers On The Sun David Guetta

    12. David Guetta feat. Sam Martin - 'Lovers On The Sun'

    17th August 2014 (1 Week)

  13. Nico & Vinz

    13. Nico & Vinz - 'Am I Wrong'

    3rd August 2014 - 10th August 2014 (2 Weeks) Picture: Facebook

  14. Rude Magic! Still

    14. Magic! - 'Rude'

    27th July 2014 (1 Week)

  15. Cheryl Cole 'Crazy Stupid Love' Video

    15. Cheryl - 'Crazy Stupid Love'

    20th July 2014 (1 Week) Picture: Simon Wisbey

  16. Rixton Video Still

    16. Rixton - 'Me And My Broken Heart'

    13th July 2014 (1 Week)

  17. Will.i.am 'Birthday' Video Still

    17. Will.i.am feat. Cody Wise - 'It's My Birthday'

    6th July 2014 (1 Week)

  18. Ariana Grande Big Sean Problem

    18. Ariana Grande feat. Big Sean - 'Problem'

    29th June 2014 (1 Week)

  19. Ed Sheeran

    19. Ed Sheeran - 'Sing!'

    22nd June 2014 (1 Week)

  20. 5 Seconds Of Summer Don't Stop Music Video

    20. 5 Seconds Of Summer - 'Don't Stop'

    15th June 2014 (1 Week)

  21. Ella Henderson Ghost Single Cover

    21. Ella Henderson - 'Ghost'

    8th June 2014 - (1 Week)

  22. Secondcity Press Shot 2014

    22. Secondcity - 'I Wanna Feel'

    25th May 2014 (1 Week)

  23. Sam Smith Stay WIth Me Acoustic

    23. Sam Smith - 'Stay With Me'

    18th May 2014 (1 Week)

  24. Rita Ora - 'I Will Never Let You Down' Video

    24. Rita Ora - 'I Will Never Let You Down'

    11th May 2014 (1 Week)

  25. Mr Probz Waves video still

    25. Mr Probz - 'Waves'

    4th May 2014. 2nd run at No.1 (1 Week)

  26. Calvin Harris Summer Video

    26. Calvin Harris - 'Summer'

    27th April 2014 (1 Week)

  27. Mr Probz

    27. Mr Probz - 'Waves'

    20th April 2014 (1 Week)

  28. Kiesza - Hideaway

    28. Kiesza - 'Hideaway'

    13th April 2014 (1 week)

  29. Aloe Blacc in 'The Man' music video

    29. Aloe Blacc - 'The Man'

    30th March 2014

  30. 5SOS Looks So Perfect

    30. 5 Seconds Of Summer - 'She' Looks So Perfect'

    23rd March 2014 (1 Week)

  31. Duke Dumont 'I Got U'

    31. Duke Dumont feat. Jax Jones -'I Got U'

    16th March 2014 (1 Week)

  32. Route 94 with Marvin & Kat

    32. Route 94 feat. Jess Glynne - 'My Love'

    2nd March 2014 - 9th March 2014 (2 Weeks)

  33. Pharrell Williams - Happy

    33. Pharrell Williams - 'Happy'

    23rd February 2014. 3rd run at No.1 (1 week)

  34. Sam Smith Money on my mind video

    34. Sam Smith - 'Money On My Mind'

    16th February 2014 (1 Week)

  35. Clean Bandit Rather Be Music Video

    35. Clean Bandit feat. Jess Glynne - 'Rather Be'

    9th February 2014 - 19th January 2014 (4 Weeks)

  36. Pharrell performing on stage

    36. Pharrell Williams - 'Happy'

    12th January 2014 (1 Week) Picture: Getty

  37. Pitbull feat. Ke$ha

    37. Pitbull feat. Ke$ha - 'Timber'

    29th December 2013 - 5th January 2014 (2 Weeks)

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