The WT40 Top Ten Hits (2020s)

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All Charting Top Ten Songs From The WT40 Survey

The Weekly Top 40 (WT40) is the weekly ranking of the forty most streamed tracks of the week by Michael L. Douglas, MD, MBA. It represents an active hobby by its creator and is subject to augmentation, suspension, or cancelation at any time.
Below are all of the listed titles ever to peak inside of the Top Ten portion of the Weekly Top 40 Songs Survey since its inception on November 24, 2018. Please note the Legend below.

Weekly Top 40 Top Ten Hits
Entry
No.
Top Ten
Date Of Entry
Title Artist(s) Peak
Pos.
Peak Date Weeks In
Top Ten
BB Hot 100
Chart Peak
List Of WT40 Songs Initially Charting In The Top 10 In 2019
1. 11.16.2019 Oh No Not My Baby Linda Ronstadt 1 1.04.2020 11 -
2. 10.26.2019 Souls Rick Springfield 2 1.04.2020 13 -
3. 12.07.2019 Circles Post Malone 2(3) 1.11.2020 8 1(3)
4. 12.28.2019 Looking Up To You Michael Wycoff 1(3) 1.11.2020 5 -
5. 10.19.2019 Children Of The Night Richard Marx 1(5) 11.30.2019 15 13
6. 12.21.2019 Think I'm In Love Diana Ross 6 1.04.2020 6 -
7. 11.23.2019 The Real Chuckeeboo (Medley) Loose Ends 5 12.28.2019 7 -
8. 12.14.2019 My Love Is The Shhh! (Remix) Somethin' For The People 9 12.28.2019 7 4
9. 12.28.2019 Sunset Grill Don Henley 6 1.18.2020 5 22
List Of WT40 Songs Initially Charting In The Top 10 In 2020
1. 1.04.2020 When The Lights Go Out Naked Eyes 4 1.25.2020 4 37
2. 1.11.2020 Don't Make Me Wait Carl Anderson 3(2) 1.18.2020 3 -
3. 1.18.2020 Tell Her No Juice Newton 8 1.25.2020 2 27
4. 1.25.2020 Free Love Jean Carne 9 1.25.2020 1 -



Legend & Explanations

NOTE → Charting tracks written in red against a yellow background indicate a Billboard Hot 100 #1 track.
NOTE → The table above may be sorted and resorted in each respective column via clicking the oppositely-oriented, paired arrows in the column headers.
NOTE → The parenthetical numbers to the right of the peak positions represent the total number of weeks spent at the peak in the track's respective chart, if
the track peaked at positions 1, 2, or 3, for more than 1 week.