2010 tie: "Consider Me Gone" by Reba McEntire, "Why Don't We Just Dance" by Josh Turner, "The House That Built Me" by Miranda Lambert

Number of weeks spent as #1: 4 Reba’s hit “Consider Me Gone” puts the country legend in rare company: McEntire has had a #1 single in each of the past four decades, and stayed in the top slot for the longest period of her career. It was also Josh Turner’s longest stretch on top, with his first #1 single since 2006. Miranda Lambert was flying high with her nostalgic “The House That Built Me,” written about the experience of returning to your childhood home. The song was certified platinum in 2011.

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