Lee Ann Womack's 'Hope' Still Radio's Favorite

One more week at #1 would tie singer with Faith Hill for most consecutive weeks at the top.

NASHVILLELee Ann Womack's "I Hope You Dance" sits at #1 for the fifth consecutive week on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart, reflecting airplay on country radio stations.

Billboard reports that if "I Hope You Dance" (RealAudio excerpt) logs one more week at #1, Womack will tie with Faith Hill for most consecutive weeks at the top for a female artist. Hill's "Breathe" set that record earlier this year.

Lonestar's "What About Now" remains at #2, and Alan Jackson's "It Must Be Love" moves from #4 to #3. Rascal Flatts' "Prayin' for Daylight" slips from #3 to #4, Reba McEntire's "I'll Be" stays at #5, Eric Heatherly's "Flowers on the Wall" remains at #6, Jo Dee Messina's "That's the Way" climbs from #9 to #7, Chad Brock's "Yes!" drops from #7 to #8, Tim McGraw's "Some Things Never Change" goes from #8 to #9, and SheDaisy's "I Will ... But" climbs from #11 to #10.

Billboard's Airpower nod goes to "When You Need My Love" by Darryl Worley, which jumps from #21 to #16.

Other singles making significant progress are "I Knew I Loved You" by Daryle Singletary, which moves from #73 to #57 and "I Can't Lie to Me" by Clay Davidson, which goes from #74 to #55.

Hot Shot Debut of the Week honor goes to Shane McAnally's "Run Away," which comes in at #56.

Also debuting on the chart this week are "Cactus in a Coffee Can" by Jerry Kilgore at #73, "The Visit" by Brock at #74 and "A Woman Gets Lonely" by Lisa Angelle at #75.