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Week of August 27, 2011 Billboards Top Gospel Songs: Kirk Franklin Still #1 After 29 Weeks With “I Smile”

In the world of radio, the charts are experiencing a “stand-still” in the top five Gospel Songs. I Smile by Kirk Franklin remains at #1, followed by Earnest Pugh’s I Need Your Glory, which remains at #2.

Nobody Greater by VaShawn Mitchell is still #3, followed by Tin-i-tee 5:7’s Over & Over, which remains at #4. My Heart Says Yes by Troy Sneed takes the #5 spot again, followed by Deitrick Haddon’s Well Done at #6.

He Has His Hands On You by Marvin Sapp remains at #7, followed by Yolanda Adams’ Be Still, which jumps one spot to #8. William McDowell’s I Give Myself Away (Live) drops one spot to #9, followed by a newcomer to the top ten, Excellent by Martha Munizzi at #10.

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