TOP TUNES FOR 2004

Billboard magazine has released its list of the year's top singles, and not surprisingly, Tim McGraw's "Live Like You Were Dying" is at the head of the class. The song, dedicated to Tim's later father Tug McGraw, spent seven weeks at No. 1. The rest of the Top 5: "Remember When" by Alan Jackson; "You'll Think of Me" by Keith Urban; "When the Sun Goes Down," Kenny Chesney with Uncle Kracker; and "Letters from Home," John Michael Montgomery. Toby Keith topped the album list with Shock 'N Y'All.

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