Chad Brock Holds #1, Staves Off Lee Ann Womack

Brock's 'Yes!' a continuing chart-topper; Womack still at #2.

The charts won't say no to "Yes!"

Chad Brock's "Yes!" (

href="http://media.addict.com/music/Brock,_Chad/Yes.ram">RealAudio

excerpt) is entering its third consecutive week at #1 on the

Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart this week, forcing

Lee Ann Womack's "I Hope You Dance" (RealAudio excerpt) to settle for #2 again.

The smooth-pop "Couldn't Last a Moment" by

color="#003163">Collin Raye slides up to #3, trading places

with Clay Walker's "The Chain of

Love," which is now at #4. Clay Davidson's debut single, "Unconditional," is up from #7 to #5, and "Prayin' for Daylight" (RealAudio excerpt) from new trio Rascal Flatts breaks into the top 10, jumping from #12 to #9.

Faith Hill's former #1 "The Way You

Love Me" falls from #5 to #6, and Andy

Griggs' "She's More," which peaked at #2, slips from #6 to

#11. Lonestar move up one spot to

#12 with their summertime tune "What About Now," and rockabilly

sensation Eric Heatherly continues

to rise with his remake of the Statler

Brothers' "Flowers on the Wall," which is up two places to

#13.

"Time, Love & Money" (RealAudio excerpt), one of two new cuts on

color="#003163">Ronnie Milsap's Virgin double-disc 40 #1

Hits, is the highest debut this week, at #57 — beating out

Brad Paisley's newly released "We

Danced," which is at #58, and Sara

Evans' "Born to Fly," which lands at #59 in its first week.

Other chart additions include Travis

Tritt's "Best of Intentions" (#62)

color="#003163">Daryle Singletary's "I Knew I Loved You"

(#67), Yankee Grey's "This Time

Around" (#70) and Kenny Rogers' "He

Will, She Knows" (#71), his follow-up to the #1 "Buy Me a Rose."