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Taylor Swift Scores 25th Hot Country Songs Top 10 With ‘You All Over Me’

Taylor Swift’s “You All Over Me (Taylor’s Version) (From the Vault),” featuring Maren Morris, bounds onto Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart (dated April 10) at No. 6. Swift scores her 25th top 10 and Morris adds her seventh.

Swift initially recorded the song solo for her 2008 album Fearless, which ruled the Top Country Albums chart for 35 weeks. While the track did not make the LP, it is part of Swift’s re-recording of the set, Fearless (Taylor’s Version), due Friday.

“Over” drew 9.2 million streams and sold 12,000 downloads in its first week, as it opens at No. 1 on Country Digital Song Sales. It’s Swift’s record-extending 16th leader on the list and Morris’ fourth.

The track is Swift’s second Hot Country Songs top 10 from the new set, after “Love Story (Taylor’s Version)” bowed atop the Feb. 27-dated chart. It’s also her sixth top 10 since 2018, after she segued more fully to pop with her 2014 album 1989.

On the all-genre Billboard Hot 100, “Over” enters at No. 51, marking Swift’s 130th career entry, extending her record for the most among women.

Here’s a recap of Swift’s 25 Hot Country Songs top 10s (as of April 10, 2021):

“Tim McGraw,” No. 6 peak position, Jan. 27, 2007, peak date
“Teardrops on My Guitar,” No. 2, Aug. 18, 2007
“Our Song,” No. 1 (six weeks), Dec. 22, 2007
“Picture to Burn,” No. 3, May 17, 2008
“Should’ve Said No,” No. 1 (two weeks), Aug. 23, 2008
“Love Story,” No. 1 (two weeks), Nov. 22, 2008
“White Horse,” No. 2, April 4, 2009
“You Belong With Me,” No. 1 (two weeks), Aug. 22, 2009
“Fifteen,” No. 7, Dec. 12, 2009
“Fearless,” No. 10, March 27, 2010
“Mine,” No. 2, Nov. 13, 2010
“Back to December,” No. 3, March 12, 2011
“Mean,” No. 2, June 25, 2011
“Sparks Fly,” No. 1 (one week), Nov. 26, 2011
“Ours,” No. 1 (one week), March 31, 2012
“We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” No. 1 (10 weeks), Oct. 20, 2012
“Red,” No. 2, Oct. 20, 2012
“Begin Again,” No. 10, Oct. 20, 2012
“Highway Don’t Care” (Tim McGraw with Taylor Swift), No. 4, May 25, 2013
“Babe” (Sugarland feat. Taylor Swift), No. 8, May 5, 2018
“Soon You’ll Get Better” (feat. The Chicks), No. 10, Sept. 7, 2019
“Betty,” No. 6, Aug. 8, 2020
“No Body, No Crime” (feat. HAIM), No. 2, Dec. 26, 2020
“Love Story (Taylor’s Version),” No. 1 (one week), Feb. 27, 2021
“You All Over Me (Taylor’s Version) (From the Vault)” (feat. Maren Morris), No. 6, April 10, 2021


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