Top five hits that spent the same number of weeks on chart as the position they peaked at

Here is a list of the top five hits to spend the same number of weeks on the singles chart as the position they reached. There is no number one hit that spent one week on the chart, the nearest was the Lewisham & Greenwich NHS Choir with A Bridge Over You when it spent two weeks on the chart in 2016, but here’s a list of the rest of the top five.

Artist Title Year
Number Two
Shut Up and Dance Ft Peter Bouncer Raving I’m Raving 1992
Soundtrack Of The Wizard Of Oz & The Munchkins Ding-Dong the Witch Is Dead 2013
Number Three
Doves There Goes the Fear 2002
Iron Maiden Different World 2007
Cliff Richard Thank You for A Lifetime 2008
Bandaged Little Drummer Boy/Peace on Earth (Medley) 2008
Matt Terry When Christmas Comes Around 2016
Number Four
The Orb Toxygene 1997
Depeche Mode Barrel of A Gun 1997
Stereophonics Madame Helga 2003
Radiohead There There 2003
One World Project Grief Never Grows Old 2005
U2 All Because Of You 2005
U2 Window in The Skies 2007
Conor Maynard Vegas Girl 2012
Number Five
Nirvana Heart-Shaped Box 1993
Prince Controversy 1993
Ash Goldfinger 1996
Paul Weller Peacock Suit 1996
B.B.E. Flash 1997
Depeche Mode It’s No Good 1997
Blur On Your Own 1997
Ocean Colour Scene Travellers Tune 1997
Placebo You Don’t Care About Us 1998
Suede Electricity 1999
Scooch More Than I Needed To Know 2000
Des Mitchell (Welcome) To The Dance 2000
Radiohead Pyramid Song 2001
Ainslie Henderson Keep Me A Secret 2003
Louise Pandora’s Kiss 2003
Cliff Richard Santa’s List 2003
Idols Happy Xmas (War Is Over) 2003
Stereophonics Moviestar 2004
R.E.M. Leaving New York 2004
Merrion, McCall & Kensit I Got You Babe / Soda Pop 2004
Crazy Frog Jingle Bells / U Can’t Touch This 2005
Liz Mcclarnon Woman In Love / I Get The Sweetest Feeling 2006
Stooshe Love Me 2007
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