“Pennies and dimes for a kiss. I wasn’t looking for this, But now you’re in my way.” Yes that’s Carly Rae Jepsen hitting a stride for her seventh week at No. 1. The song continues “to dominate” the hot 100 despite a slight drop in airplay and sales. If you keep you’re Apple Memo Pads, Desk Slabs or Distinctive 7 Pads handy you’ve probably jotted its place or lyrics down a few times over its seven week reign. “All the other boys, try to chase me, but here’s my number, so call me, maybe?” Have you tried the logic? Once again Maroon Five settle for No. 2 with Payphone, the first single from their fourth album “Overexposed.” “Wide Awake” an electronic dance fusion written by Perry and produced by Dr. Luke and the Cirkut is the eight top five single from the album Teenage Dream. Mini Lists they’ll are great to keep track of things like this as well. Ellie Goulding’s “Lights” is sitting pretty at number four. It’s the first single from her debut album, originally released in March 2010. Gotye, the Belgian Australian’s huge international hit “Somebody I Used To Know” spent five non-consecutive weeks at number one and sold over eight million copies by spring’s end rounds out the top five.
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