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Week ending 3/9/13: #1 singles this week in country music history

donwilliams1953 (Sales): Kaw-Liga — Hank Williams (MGM)

1953 (Jukebox): Kaw-Liga — Hank Williams (MGM)

1953 (Disc Jockeys): Kaw-Liga — Hank Williams (MGM)

1963: Don’t Let Me Cross Me Over — Carl Butler & Pearl (Columbia)

1973: The Lord Knows I’m Drinking — Cal Smith (Decca)

1983: If Hollywood Don’t Need You (Honey, I Still Do) — Don Williams (MCA)

1993: What Part of No — Lorrie Morgan (BNA)

2003: The Baby — Blake Shelton (Warner Bros.)

2013: Sure Be Cool If You Did — Blake Shelton (Warner Bros.)

2013 (Airplay): One Of Those Nights — Tim McGraw (Big Machine)

One response to “Week ending 3/9/13: #1 singles this week in country music history

  1. Paul W Dennis March 10, 2013 at 9:12 am

    “The Lord Knows I’m Drinking” was written by Bill Anderson and was the first of three #1 records for former Texas Troubadour Cal Smith. Cal was already 40 years old when this record hit for him, and was only his second top ten record, although it was his 13th charted song (the other eleven songs failed to break the top thirty). Cal made a small change to the lyrics in order to make it more acceptable to radio ,changing the phrase “good Baptist woman” to “self righteous woman” so as to not offend any particular religious group

    “What Part of No” was Laurie Morgan’s second #1 record, thereby doubling the number of #1 records scored by her father George Morgan

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