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BY THE NUMBERS : Top Country Singles

MORNING REPORT

July 31, 1989| Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

1."Why'd You Come in Here Lookin' Like That," Dolly Parton (Columbia). 2."Timber I'm Falling in Love," Patty Loveless (MCA). 3."Sunday in the South," Shenandoah (Columbia). 4."She's Got a Single Thing in Mind," Conway Twitty (MCA). 5."One Good Well," Don Williams (RCA). 6."More Than a Name on a Wall," the Statler Bros. (Mercury). 7."Are You Ever Gonna Love Me," Holly Dunn (Warner Bros.). 8."Love Has No Right," Billy Joe Royal (Atlantic America). 9."Any Way the Wind Blows," Southern Pacific (Warner Bros.). 10."Cathy's Clown," Reba McEntire (MCA). 11."I'm Still Crazy," Vern Gosdin (Columbia). 12."This Woman," K.T. Oslin (RCA). 13."I Wonder Do You Think of Me," Keith Whitley (RCA). 14."Never Givin' Up on Love," Michael Martin Murphey (Warner Bros.). 15."You Ain't Going Nowhere," Chris Hillman & Roger McGuinn (Universal). 16."Nothing I Can Do About It Now," Willie Nelson (Columbia). 17."Honky Tonk Heart," Highway 101 (Warner Bros.). 18."Above and Beyond," Rodney Crowell (Columbia). 19."Give Me His Last Chance," Lionel Cartwright (MCA). 20. "And So It Goes," John Denver & Nitty Gritty Dirt Band (Universal). SOURCE: Billboard

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