There is, however, a brand new song champ to applaud -- Kenny Chesney's "Come Over," which takes the crown after a comparatively quick 11-week sprint.
The only new entry in the albums lineup is the self-titled Love and Theft. It bows in at No. 4.
Returning to the fray are Lyle Lovett's Release Me (back at No. 67), Icon: Hank Williams (No. 70), the Turnpike Troubadours' Goodbye Normal Street (No. 74) and Sara Evans' Stronger (No. 75).
Toby Keith's "I Like Girls That Drink Beer" is the highest-debuting of the week's four new songs, roaring in at No. 28.
The other newbies are Florida Georgia Line's "Cruise" (No. 54), Kelleigh Bannen's "Sorry on the Rocks" (No. 59) -- not to be confused with Porter Wagoner's 1964 hit, "Sorrow on the Rocks" -- and Jaida Dreyer's "Confessions" (No. 60).
Rounding out the Top 5 albums cluster are Chesney's Welcome to the Fishbowl (No. 2), Luke Bryan's Tailgates & Tanlines (No. 3) and Carrie Underwood's Blown Away (No. 5).
The No. 2 through No. 5 songs are Gloriana's "(Kissed You) Good Night," Love and Theft's "Angel Eyes," Dierks Bentley's "5-1-5-0" (last week's No. 1) and Blake Shelton's "Over."
Tim McGraw's "Truck Yeah" is up to No. 17 in just four weeks. But it's closing in on a traffic jam. We'll keep you posted.