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Songs That Stayed the Longest on the Billboard Hot 100

Songs That Stayed the Longest on the Billboard Hot 100

Many artists dream of seeing their songs rank on the Billboard Hot 100. Some are successful, staying on the Billboard Hot 100 for months or in some cases years.

The Billboard Hot 100 is a standard record chart that is updated weekly. It’s published by the magazine, Billboard. So, how do songs make it on this list? And what makes them rank higher than others? The Billboard Hot 100 considers a few things including music sales and radio airplay. Albums are also ranked similarly but on Billboard 200. (Check out our article on albums that stayed the longest on the Billboard 200.)

The Billboard Hot 100 is not new. It’s been around since 1913, however, the first list published was Last Week’s Ten Best Sellers Among the Popular Songs. A lot has changed since then.

Music holds a lot of meaning. Songs can move people, tell stories, and even inspire generations. Some musical artists are especially good at this, landing on the Billboard Hot 100 multiple times. Repeat artists include Train, Justin Bieber, and Halsey. Their songs have stayed on the list for longer than 52 weeks. The shortest song that stayed the longest on the Billboard Hot 100 remained for 52 weeks. But what about the longest? What are some of the longest, and just how long did they stay? Follow along to find out.

Methodology

To determine the songs that stayed the longest on the Hot 100, 24/7 Tempo reviewed historical data on chart performance from the Billboard Hot 100. Songs were ranked based on the total number of weeks for which they were on the Hot 100 charts. Chart data is current through June 8, 2024.

100. Lewis Capaldi, “Before You Go”

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Source: Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 9 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: February 8, 2020

99. Miguel, “Sure Thing”

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Source: Theo Wargo / Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 11 (for 2 weeks)
  • Entered charts: March 26, 2011

98. James Arthur, “Say You Won’t Let Go”

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Source: Cameron Spencer / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 11 (for 2 weeks)
  • Entered charts: November 12, 2016

97. Maren Morris, “The Bones”

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Source: Bryan Steffy / Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 12 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: September 14, 2019

96. Third Eye Blind, “How’s It Going To Be”

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Source: Michael Ochs Archives / Michael Ochs Archives via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 9 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: December 6, 1997

95. twenty one pilots, “Stressed Out”

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Source: Kevin Winter / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 2 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: May 16, 2015

94. Sia featuring Sean Paul, “Cheap Thrills”

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Source: Getty Images / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 4 weeks)
  • Entered charts: March 5, 2016

93. Panic! At The Disco, “High Hopes”

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Source: Mike Coppola / Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 4 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: June 9, 2018

92. Shawn Mendes, “Stitches”

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Source: Kevin Winter / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 4 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: June 13, 2015

91. Elton John & Dua Lipa, “Cold Heart (PNAU Remix)”

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Source: Leon Neal / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 7 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: August 28, 2021

90. Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth, “See You Again”

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Source: Theo Wargo / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 12 weeks)
  • Entered charts: March 28, 2015

89. Justin Bieber, “Ghost”

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Source: Dimitrios Kambouris / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 5 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: April 3, 2021

88. benny blanco, Halsey & Khalid, “Eastside”

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Source: Frederick M. Brown / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 9 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: July 28, 2018

87. The Chainsmokers featuring Daya, “Don’t Let Me Down”

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Source: Mike Coppola / Getty Images for iHeart
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 3 (for 2 weeks)
  • Entered charts: February 27, 2016

86. Dua Lipa, “Don’t Start Now”

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Source: Christopher Polk / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 2 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: November 16, 2019

85. Chris Brown & Young Thug, “Go Crazy”

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Source: Christopher Polk / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 3 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: May 23, 2020

84. Justin Timberlake, “Can’t Stop The Feeling!”

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Source: Christopher Polk / Getty Images Sport via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: May 28, 2016

83. Fetty Wap, “Trap Queen”

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Source: Bennett Raglin / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 2 (for 3 weeks)
  • Entered charts: February 7, 2015

82. Ed Sheeran, “Shivers”

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Source: Jamie McCarthy / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 4 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: September 25, 2021

81. Post Malone, “Better Now”

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Source: Tabatha Fireman / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 3 (for 2 weeks)
  • Entered charts: May 12, 2018

80. Travis Scott, “Sicko Mode”

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Source: Matthew Eisman / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: August 18, 2018

79. 24kGoldn Featuring iann dior, “Mood”

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Source: Rich Fury / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 8 weeks)
  • Entered charts: August 22, 2020

78. Marshmello & Bastille, “Happier”

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Source: Ian Gavan / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 2 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: September 1, 2018

77. SZA, “Kill Bill”

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Source: Anna Webber / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: December 24, 2022

76. Savage Garden, “Truly Madly Deeply”

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Source: Patrick Riviere / Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 2 weeks)
  • Entered charts: December 6, 1997

75. The Chainsmokers featuring Halsey, “Closer”

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Source: Christopher Polk / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 12 weeks)
  • Entered charts: August 20, 2016

74. Halsey, “Without Me”

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Source: Christopher Polk / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 2 weeks)
  • Entered charts: October 20, 2018

73. Maroon 5 featuring Cardi B, “Girls Like You”

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Source: Ethan Miller / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 52 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 7 weeks)
  • Entered charts: June 9, 2018

72. The Band Perry, “If I Die Young”

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Source: Rick Diamond / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 53 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 14 (for 3 weeks)
  • Entered charts: July 24, 2010

71. Bastille, “Pompeii”

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Source: Kevin Winter / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 53 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 5 (for 3 weeks)
  • Entered charts: August 31, 2013

70. WALK THE MOON, “Shut Up And Dance”

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Source: Mickey Bernal / Stringer / Getty Images Entertainment
  • Total time on Hot 100: 53 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 4 (for 5 weeks)
  • Entered charts: November 22, 2014

69. Train, “Drops Of Jupiter (Tell Me)”

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  • Total time on Hot 100: 53 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 5 (for 2 weeks)
  • Entered charts: March 17, 2001

68. 3 Doors Down, “Kryptonite”

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Source: Scott Gries / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 53 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 3 (for 3 weeks)
  • Entered charts: April 8, 2000

67. Faith Hill, “Breathe”

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Source: Paul Natkin / Archive Photos via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 53 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 2 (for 5 weeks)
  • Entered charts: November 6, 1999

66. Next, “Too Close”

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  • Total time on Hot 100: 53 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 5 weeks)
  • Entered charts: February 14, 1998

65. Taylor Swift, “Anti-Hero”

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Source: Terry Wyatt / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 53 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 8 weeks)
  • Entered charts: November 5, 2022

64. Post Malone & Swae Lee, “Sunflower (Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse)”

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Source: Kevin Winter / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 53 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: November 3, 2018

63. Bailey Zimmerman, “Rock And A Hard Place”

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Source: Jesse Grant / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 54 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 10 (for 2 weeks)
  • Entered charts: June 25, 2022

62. Florida Georgia Line featuring Nelly, “Cruise”

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Source: Ethan Miller / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 54 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 4 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: September 1, 2012

61. Train, “Hey, Soul Sister”

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LOS ANGELES, CA - FEBRUARY 13: (L-R) Jimmy Stafford, Pat Monahan, and Scott Underwood of the band Train, winners of the Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals award for Hey, Soul Sister (Live) pose in the press room at The 53rd Annual GRAMMY Awards held at Staples Center on February 13, 2011 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

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  • Total time on Hot 100: 54 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 3 (for 4 weeks)
  • Entered charts: October 17, 2009

60. matchbox twenty, “Unwell”

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Source: Janette Pellegrini / Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 54 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 5 (for 2 weeks)
  • Entered charts: March 22, 2003

59. Sam Smith, “Stay With Me”

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Source: Kevin Winter / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 54 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 2 (for 2 weeks)
  • Entered charts: April 19, 2014

58. Avicii, “Wake Me Up!”

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Source: Dimitrios Kambouris / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 54 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 4 (for 6 weeks)
  • Entered charts: July 13, 2013

57. Lifehouse, “Hanging By A Moment”

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Source: Gabe Palacio / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 54 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 2 (for 4 weeks)
  • Entered charts: February 10, 2001

56. Lewis Capaldi, “Someone You Loved”

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Source: Jeff J Mitchell / Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 54 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 3 weeks)
  • Entered charts: May 25, 2019

55. Taylor Swift, “Cruel Summer”

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Source: Kevin Winter / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 54 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 4 weeks)
  • Entered charts: September 7, 2019

54. Everything But The Girl, “Missing”

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Source: Avalon / Hulton Archive via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 55 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 2 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: August 12, 1995

53. Duncan Sheik, “Barely Breathing”

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Source: Ebet Roberts / Redferns via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 55 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 16 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: November 30, 1996

52. Bobby Helms, “Jingle Bell Rock”

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Bobby Helms

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  • Total time on Hot 100: 55 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 3 (for 10 weeks)
  • Entered charts: December 22, 1958

51. Lonestar, “Amazed”

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Source: Frazer Harrison / Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 55 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 2 weeks)
  • Entered charts: June 5, 1999

50. Morgan Wallen, “Thinkin’ Bout Me”

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Source: Matt Winkelmeyer / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 55 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 7 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: March 18, 2023

49. Miley Cyrus, “Flowers”

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Source: Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 55 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 8 weeks)
  • Entered charts: January 28, 2023

48. Faith Hill, “The Way You Love Me”

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Source: Brenda Chase / Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 56 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 6 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: March 11, 2000

47. fun., “Some Nights”

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  • Total time on Hot 100: 56 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 3 (for 6 weeks)
  • Entered charts: March 10, 2012

46. Paula Cole, “I Don’t Want To Wait”

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Source: Bill Tompkins / Michael Ochs Archives via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 56 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 11 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: November 1, 1997

45. The Black Eyed Peas, “I Gotta Feeling”

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Source: Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 56 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 14 weeks)
  • Entered charts: June 27, 2009

44. Ed Sheeran, “Perfect”

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Source: Paul Kane / Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 56 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 5 weeks)
  • Entered charts: March 25, 2017

43. Luke Combs, “Fast Car”

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Source: Jason Kempin / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 56 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 2 (for 8 weeks)
  • Entered charts: April 8, 2023

42. Ed Sheeran, “Bad Habits”

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Source: WPA Pool / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 56 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 2 (for 2 weeks)
  • Entered charts: July 10, 2021

41. Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars, “Uptown Funk!”

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Source: Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 56 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 14 weeks)
  • Entered charts: November 29, 2014

40. The Righteous Brothers, “Unchained Melody”

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Source: Michael Ochs Archives / Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 57 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 4 (for 2 weeks)
  • Entered charts: July 17, 1965

39. Ellie Goulding, “Lights”

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Source: Chris Jackson / Chris Jackson Collection via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 57 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 2 (for 2 weeks)
  • Entered charts: August 20, 2011

38. Creed, “Higher”

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Source: Scott Gries / Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 57 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 7 (for 2 weeks)
  • Entered charts: September 11, 1999

37. Morgan Wallen, “Wasted On You”

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Source: Matt Winkelmeyer / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 57 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 9 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: January 23, 2021

36. Kings Of Leon, “Use Somebody”

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Source: Jason Kempin / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 57 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 4 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: October 11, 2008

35. Rema & Selena Gomez, “Calm Down”

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Source: Theo Wargo / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 57 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 3 (for 3 weeks)
  • Entered charts: September 17, 2022

34. Brenda Lee, “Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree”

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Source: David Redfern / Redferns via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 57 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 3 weeks)
  • Entered charts: December 12, 1960

33. Katy Perry featuring Juicy J, “Dark Horse”

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Source: Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 57 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 4 weeks)
  • Entered charts: October 5, 2013

32. The Fray, “How To Save A Life”

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Source: Kim Cook / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 58 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 3 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: April 15, 2006

31. Ed Sheeran, “Thinking Out Loud”

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Source: Ian Gavan / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 58 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 2 (for 8 weeks)
  • Entered charts: October 25, 2014

30. Santana featuring Rob Thomas, “Smooth”

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Source: KMazur / WireImage via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 58 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 12 weeks)
  • Entered charts: July 31, 1999

29. Ed Sheeran, “Shape Of You”

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Source: Thomas Niedermueller / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 58 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 12 weeks)
  • Entered charts: January 28, 2017

28. John Legend, “All Of Me”

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Source: Ian Gavan / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 59 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 3 weeks)
  • Entered charts: September 21, 2013

27. Gotye featuring Kimbra, “Somebody That I Used To Know”

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Source: Michael Buckner / Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 59 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 8 weeks)
  • Entered charts: January 21, 2012

26. Los Del Rio, “Macarena (Bayside Boys Mix)”

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Source: Al Pereira / Michael Ochs Archives via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 60 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 14 weeks)
  • Entered charts: September 2, 1995

25. Lady Antebellum, “Need You Now”

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Source: Brett Carlsen / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 60 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 2 (for 2 weeks)
  • Entered charts: August 29, 2009

24. Morgan Wallen, “Last Night”

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Source: Erika Goldring / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 60 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 16 weeks)
  • Entered charts: February 11, 2023

23. Imagine Dragons, “Demons”

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Source: Theo Wargo / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 61 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 6 (for 4 weeks)
  • Entered charts: January 26, 2013

22. Harry Styles, “As It Was”

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Source: Matt Winkelmeyer / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 61 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 15 weeks)
  • Entered charts: April 16, 2022

21. Post Malone, “Circles”

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Source: Matt Winkelmeyer / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 61 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 3 weeks)
  • Entered charts: September 14, 2019

20. Lifehouse, “You And Me”

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Source: Kristian Dowling / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 62 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 5 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: February 12, 2005

19. The Lumineers, “Ho Hey”

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Source: Kevin Winter / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 62 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 3 (for 5 weeks)
  • Entered charts: June 23, 2012

18. Gabby Barrett featuring Charlie Puth, “I Hope”

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  • Total time on Hot 100: 62 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 3 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: January 11, 2020

17. Morgan Wallen, “You Proof”

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Source: Matt Winkelmeyer / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 62 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 5 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: May 28, 2022

16. The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber, “Stay”

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Source: Michael Loccisano / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 63 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 7 weeks)
  • Entered charts: July 24, 2021

15. Carrie Underwood, “Before He Cheats”

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Source: Ethan Miller / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 64 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 8 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: September 16, 2006

14. Mariah Carey, “All I Want For Christmas Is You”

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Source: Daniel Barry / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 64 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 14 weeks)
  • Entered charts: January 8, 2000

13. Adele, “Rolling In The Deep”

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Source: Sascha Steinbach / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 65 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 7 weeks)
  • Entered charts: December 25, 2010

12. Jewel, “Foolish Games/You Were Meant For Me”

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Source: Paul Natkin / Archive Photos via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 65 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 2 (for 2 weeks)
  • Entered charts: November 30, 1996

11. Zach Bryan, “Something In The Orange”

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Source: Jason Kempin / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 66 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 10 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: May 7, 2022

10. OneRepublic, “Counting Stars”

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Source: Matt Winkelmeyer / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 68 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 2 (for 2 weeks)
  • Entered charts: July 6, 2013

9. LMFAO featuring Lauren Bennett & GoonRock, “Party Rock Anthem”

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Source: Andrew H. Walker / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 68 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 6 weeks)
  • Entered charts: February 12, 2011

8. LeAnn Rimes, “How Do I Live”

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Source: Paul Natkin / Archive Photos via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 69 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 2 (for 4 weeks)
  • Entered charts: June 21, 1997

7. The Weeknd & Ariana Grande, “Save Your Tears”

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Source: Kevin Winter / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 69 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 2 weeks)
  • Entered charts: April 4, 2020

6. SZA, “Snooze”

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Source: Dave Kotinsky / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 70 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 2 (for 2 weeks)
  • Entered charts: December 24, 2022

5. Jason Mraz, “I’m Yours”

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Source: Chris Jackson / Chris Jackson Collection via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 76 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 6 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: May 3, 2008

4. AWOLNATION, “Sail”

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Source: Christopher Polk / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 79 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 17 (for 1 week)
  • Entered charts: September 3, 2011

3. Imagine Dragons, “Radioactive”

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Source: Jason Merritt / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 87 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 3 (for 4 weeks)
  • Entered charts: August 18, 2012

2. The Weeknd, “Blinding Lights”

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Source: Pascal Le Segretain / Getty Images
  • Total time on Hot 100: 90 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 4 weeks)
  • Entered charts: December 14, 2019

1. Glass Animals, “Heat Waves”

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Source: Amy Sussman/Getty Images for MRC
  • Total time on Hot 100: 91 weeks
  • Peak position on Hot 100: No. 1 (for 5 weeks)
  • Entered charts: January 16, 2021
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