2000 singles

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  1. The Dance

    The Dance (1989)

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    "The Dance" is a song written by Tony Arata, and recorded by American country music singer Garth Brooks. It is the tenth and final track from his self-titled debut album and was also released as the fourth and final single in April 1990. It is considered by many to be Brooks' signature song.


  2. My Best Friend

    My Best Friend (1999)

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    "My Best Friend" is a single by country music singer Tim McGraw that reached the top of the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. It was the third single released from his CD, A Place In The Sun.


  3. Best Of Intentions

    Best Of Intentions (2000)

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    "Best of Intentions" is the title of a song written and recorded by American country music singer Travis Tritt. It was released in June 2000 as the first single from his album, Down the Road I Go. The song reached the top of the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart and peaked at number 27 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart. It also became Tritt's first Number One single since 1994, and the last Number One hit of his career.


  4. Only God Knows Why

    Only God Knows Why (1998)

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    "Only God Knows Why" is a southern rock ballad recorded by Kid Rock in 1998 on his album Devil Without a Cause. It peaked at #19 on the Billboard Hot 100, #13 on Modern Rock Tracks, #5 Mainstream Rock Tracks and #23 Hot AC. The song was the first recorded ballad on record by Kid Rock. It was a weary road ballad in which the first four lines were written while he was in jail after a bar fight after signing to Atlantic Records in 1997. It is notable for its heavy use of Auto-Tune. Country Outlaw singer David Allan Coe released a live cover version on his release Live At Billy Bob's in 2003. VH-1 named it the 19th greatest power ballad in 2002.


  5. 'whats Your Fantasy'

    'whats Your Fantasy' (2000)

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    "What's Your Fantasy" is the lead single from the Ludacris album Back for the First Time (released by Def Jam South on December 31, 2000). It debuted at #89 on September 30, 2000, entered the Top 100 on November 4, and peaked at #21 on December 16. The original version features Disturbing tha Peace member Shawnna, who is featured in the tenth. The single was also included on Ludacris's first independent album Incognegro, and on the soundtrack for the 2001 comedy film How High. "What's Your Fantasy", as the name implies, is focused around the narration of explicit sexual fantasies. In addition to discussion of sexual intercourse and fellatio, Ludacris hints at cunnilingus and role-playing in the song.


  6. Wild Horses

    Wild Horses (1990)

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    "Wild Horses" is a song co-written by Bill Shore and David Wills, recorded by American country music artist Garth Brooks on his breakthrough album No Fences in 1990. The song was not released as a single until November 2000, when it was released with a re-recorded vocal track. It peaked at #7 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.


  7. Right Where I Need To Be

    Right Where I Need To Be

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    "Right Where I Need to Be" is a song written by Casey Beathard and Kendell Marvel and recorded by country music artist Gary Allan. It is the last single released from his 1999 album Smoke Rings in the Dark. It reached #5 in June 2001, thus becoming his first top 5 hit, as well as his third top 10 hit. Before it was released as a single, it charted from unsolicted airplay while "Lovin' You Against My Will" was climbing the charts. According to Joel Whitburn's Hot Country Songs 1944–2008, this song spent 48 weeks on the country charts, giving it the longest chart run of that decade. "Right Where I Need to Be" entered Top Ten on Hot Country Songs in its fortieth week on the chart, making it tied for the fourth slowest climb into the Top Ten in the chart's history.


  8. Breathe

    Breathe (1999)

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    "Breathe" is the title of a song recorded by Canadian rock band Nickelback. It was released on October 21, 2000 as third single from the album The State. It was the second multi-format rock hit from The State album, peaking at number ten on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart and number 21 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart. The song is also featured on MuchMusic's Big Shiny Tunes 5 compilation album and is also featured in the 2002 fantasy film, Clockstoppers. The single stay in the top ten Mainstream Rock Charts for 2 weeks.


  9. The Best Day

    The Best Day (2000)

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    "The Best Day" is the title of a song written by Dean Dillon and Carson Chamberlain, and recorded by country music singer George Strait. It was released in January 2000 as the first single released from his album, Latest Greatest Straitest Hits. The song reached the top of the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.


  10. I Could Not Ask For More

    I Could Not Ask For More (2000)

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    "I Could Not Ask for More" is a song composed by American songwriter Diane Warren and originally recorded by American recording artist Edwin McCain. McCain's version was released on January 11, 2000 as the last single from his third studio album, Messenger. In 2001, American country music artist Sara Evans popularly covered the song, sending her rendition to No. 2 on Billboards Hot Country Songs chart.


  11. He Wasn't Man Enough

    He Wasn't Man Enough (2000)

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    "He Wasn't Man Enough" is a song from American R&B recording artist and songwriter Toni Braxton, and was released as the lead single from her third studio album, The Heat (2000). The song was released on March 7, 2000 by LaFace Records. The song was produced by Rodney 'Darkchild' Jenkins. "He Wasn't Man Enough" is a dance-pop and R&B inspired song. The song saw differences through the genre with her previous ballads to more uptempo music.


  12. Show Me The Meaning Of Being Lonely

    Show Me The Meaning Of Being Lonely (1999)

    2,755 views

    "Show Me the Meaning of Being Lonely" is a song by American boy band Backstreet Boys, taken from their third studio album, Millennium (1999). Written by Max Martin and Herbie Crichlow, with production by Martin and Kristian Lundin, "Show Me the Meaning of Being Lonely" is a sad, pop and R&B ballad, with Latin pop influences, about missing someone that you love and asking the meaning of living a lonely life.


  13. Buy Me A Rose

    Buy Me A Rose (1999)

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    "Buy Me a Rose" is a song written by Jim Funk and Erik Hickenlooper, and recorded by American country music artist Kenny Rogers. It was released in October 1999 as the third single from his album She Rides Wild Horses. Upon reaching Number One on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts in May 2000, the song made Rogers (who was 61 years old at the time) the oldest country singer to have a Number One hit.


  14. I'll Be

    I'll Be

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    "I'll Be" is a single by American country music artist Reba McEntire. Released in January 2000, it was the second single from her album, So Good Together. The song reached #4 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart in July 2000.


  15. The Way You Love Me

    The Way You Love Me (1999)

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    "The Way You Love Me" is a song by American country music artist Faith Hill. It was the second single off her 1999 Breathe album, released as a single in 2000. It was also her second number one country single from her CD Breathe and her 8th number one country single overall. This song spent four weeks at #1 on the Billboard Country charts in May 2000 and peaked at #7 on the Billboard Hot 100 on December 30, 2000.


  16. It Wasn't Me

    It Wasn't Me (2000)

    2,586 views

    "It Wasn't Me" is the first official single from reggae artist Shaggy's multi-platinum studio album Hot Shot, released on February 26, 2001. The song has since been regarded as Shaggy's breakthrough in the pop market, and is his highest charting song to date, topping the charts in Australia, Austria, France, Holland, Ireland, America and the United Kingdom. The song features vocals from collaborator Ricardo "RikRok" Ducent.


  17. I Wish

    I Wish (2000)

    2,552 views

    "I Wish" is an R&B song recorded by American singer-songwriter R. Kelly, from the album TP-2.com. It was released as the album's first single. It spent three weeks at number-one on the U.S. R&B chart and peaked at number fourteen on the U.S. pop chart. The song is dedicated to his mother as well as friends and loved ones who have died.


  18. Can't Fight The Moonlight

    Can't Fight The Moonlight (2001)

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    "Can't Fight the Moonlight" is a song written by Diane Warren, recorded by LeAnn Rimes and featured on the soundtrack of the film Coyote Ugly, and in the film itself. Released as a single on August 22, 2000, the song had huge success, reaching number one in eight countries, including the United Kingdom and Australia, where it was the best-selling single of 2001.


  19. My Next Thirty Years

    My Next Thirty Years (1999)

    2,457 views

    "My Next Thirty Years" is the title of a song written by Phil Vassar and recorded by Tim McGraw. It was released in July 2000 as the fifth single from McGraw's A Place in the Sun album. The song reached Number One on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) chart and peaked at number 27 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart.


  20. Separated

    Separated

    2,366 views

    "Separated" is an R&B song recorded by Avant for the album, My Thoughts. It was released as the album's first single. It spent one week at number-one on the US R&B chart and reached #23 on the pop chart.


  21. Be With You

    Be With You (1999)

    2,340 views

    "Be with You" ("Sólo me importas tú" in Spanish countries) is a dance/pop song performed by singer Enrique Iglesias. It was co-written by Iglesias and, produced by Mark Taylor and Brian Rawling, the team responsible for Cher's hit song "Believe". Iglesias once stated that he initially came up with the lyrics of the song while taking a break from recording in London's Hyde Park. The song was released as the second single from Iglesias' debut English album, Enrique, in 2000. The song was successful, particularly in the U.S where it was Iglesias' second #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Dance Recording.until 2014, The Song has sold more than 40 Million Copies.


  22. Don't Make Me Come Over There And Love You

    Don't Make Me Come Over There And Love You (2007)

    2,261 views

    "Don't Make Me Come Over There and Love You" is the title of song written by Jim Lauderdale and Carter Wood. It was recorded by American country artist George Strait, and was released in November 2000 as the second single from his 2000 album George Strait. The song reached #17 in the United States.


  23. It Must Be Love

    It Must Be Love (1978)

    2,239 views

    "It Must Be Love" is a single by American country music artist Don Williams. Released in 1979, the single became Don's ninth Number One single on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles charts.


  24. Fool Again

    Fool Again (1999)

    2,186 views

    "Fool Again" was the last single to be released from Westlife's self-titled debut album. It became the band's fifth consecutive UK number one single and spent 12 weeks on charts. It sold over 215 000 copies in UK so far. The video for the single was filmed in Mexico, most notably in locations such as Zócalo and Ciudad Satélite.


  25. Taking You Home

    Taking You Home (2000)

    2,067 views

    "Taking You Home" is a 2000 track from Don Henley's CD "Inside Job'. The track was written by Henley along with Stuart Brawley and Stan Lynch and was Henley's only number one on the Adult Contemporary chart as a solo artist. "Taking You Home" stayed at number one for four weeks and went to number fifty-eight on the Billboard Hot 100 .


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