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Top 10 Downloaded Chord Charts: November 2018

on Sunday, 02 December 2018. Posted in Top 10 Downloads, Blogs

During the month of NOVEMBER 2018, the Top 10 most downloaded chord charts from WorshipReady.com were (previous month rankings in parenthesis - "NL" means it was not in the top 10 list in the previous period):

  1. Who You Say I Am - Hillsong Worship  (#1)
  2. Break Every Chain - Jesus Culture / Tasha Cobb  (NL)
  3. Ever Be - Aaron Shust / Bethel Music  (NL)
  4. Your Great Name - Todd Dulaney  (NL)
  5. Living In The Overflow - People & Songs  (NL)
  6. Every Praise - Hezekiah Walker  (NL)
  7. Surrounded (Fight My Battles) - Michael W. Smith  (NL)
  8. Worthy Of It All - IHOPKC Worship  (NL)
  9. Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone) - Chris Tomlin  (NL)
  10. Holy Spirit - Jesus Culture / Bryan & Katie Torwalt / Francesca Battistelli  (#5)

Hillsong Worship has held on to our top 10 position with their new song "Who You Say I Am" now for the 2nd month in a row! Only two of the songs in this month's top 10 were on the list last month. Many of the top songs have made occasional appearances on this list though. People & Songs have been seeing a lot of activity already with their new song "Living In The Overflow". Be sure to check that one out!

This Time Last Year...

The #1 song in November 2017 here at WorshipReady was Todd Dulaney's "Your Great Name", which had held the spot then for two months in a row, which it continued to hold for TEN MONTHS!

We post here each month the Top 10 most downloaded charts so you can get a glimpse of what songs most other worship leaders seem to be using. Be sure to let us know if these songs are working well for you in your church! You can comment below.