Best Singles 

1. Johnny Cash, “Hurt” (American/Lost Highway) (437 points)

2. Merle Haggard, “That’s the News” (Hag) (210)

3. Brooks & Dunn, “Red Dirt Road” (Arista) (203)

4. Dixie Chicks, “Travelin’ Soldier” (Open Wide/Monument/Columbia) (191)

5. Patty Loveless, “On Your Way Home” (Epic) (181)

6. Joe Nichols, “Brokenheartsville” (Universal South) (180)

7. Toby Keith, “I Love This Bar” (DreamWorks) (158)

8. Rodney Crowell, “Earthbound” (DMZ/Epic) (156)

9. Patty Loveless, “Lovin’ All Night” (Epic) (148)

10. Alan Jackson & Jimmy Buffett, “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere” (Arista) (139)

11. Toby Keith & Willie Nelson, “Beer for My Horses” (DreamWorks) (137)

12. Josh Turner, “Long Black Train” (MCA) (135)

13. Brad Paisley, “Celebrity” (Arista) (124)

14. Randy Travis, “Three Wooden Crosses” (Word/Curb/Warner Bros.) (119)

15. Rosanne Cash & Johnny Cash, “September When It Comes” (Capitol) (113)

16. Gary Allan, “Songs About the Rain” (MCA) (108)

17. Dierks Bentley, “What Was I Thinkin’” (Capitol) (101)

18. Kid Rock & Sheryl Crow, “Picture” (Lava/Atlantic) (100)

19. Vince Gill, “Next Big Thing” (MCA) (98)

20. Rodney Crowell, “Fate’s Right Hand” (DMZ/Epic) (96)

21. Kathleen Edwards, “Six O’Clock News” (Zoe) (88)

22. Brooks & Dunn, “You Can’t Take the Honky Tonk Out of the Girl” (Arista) (80)

23. Shania Twain, “Forever and Always” (Mercury) (76)

24. Terri Clark, “I Wanna Be Mad” (Mercury) (74)

25. Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder, “A Simple Life” (Skaggs Family) (70)

26. Alison Krauss & James Taylor, “How’s the World Treating You” (Universal South) (68)

27. June Carter Cash, “Keep on the Sunny Side” (Dualtone) (65)

28. George Strait, “Tell Me Something Bad About Tulsa” (MCA) (64)

29. David Banner, “Cadillac on 22’s” (SRC/Universal) (55)

30. Montgomery Gentry, “Hell Yeah” (Columbia) (54)

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