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SONG REVENUE CHART:
GREEN CHRISTMAS

A lot of seasonal songs got streamed and downloaded over Christmas week—eight of the Top 10 entries on our Song Revenue Chart, and 36 of the Top 50, for starters. Most are vintage tunes from the likes of Bobby Helms, Burl Ives, Andy Williams and Nat “King” Cole, bringing six-figure gifts to their respective estates, with two interlopers—Michael Bublé (twice) and Lauren Daigle—also cashing in. The week’s biggest earner was Mariah Carey’s 1994 modern-day standard “All I Want for Christmas Is You,” which generated $272k smackers—enough to buy acres of mistletoe.

Next week’s Top 50 should have ample space to accommodate the three dozen current hits that got temporarily exiled from the chart.

Feast your eyes on the Top 50 Song Revenue Chart

 

 

 

 

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