Billboard Year-End Adult Pop Songs of 2009

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This is a list of Billboard magazine's Adult Top 40 songs of 2009. [1]

Title Artist(s)
1 "You Found Me" The Fray
2 "No Surprise" Daughtry
3 "Use Somebody" Kings of Leon
4 "Please Don't Leave Me" Pink
5 "Gotta Be Somebody" Nickelback
6 "Gives You Hell" The All-American Rejects
7 "Her Diamonds" Rob Thomas
8 "Sober" Pink
9 "Second Chance" Shinedown
10 "My Life Would Suck Without You" Kelly Clarkson
11 "Love Story" Taylor Swift
12 "Hot n Cold" Katy Perry
13 "If Today Was Your Last Day" Nickelback
14 "Fallin' for You" Colbie Caillat
15 "You Belong with Me" Taylor Swift
16 "Come Back to Me" David Cook
17 "I'm Yours" Jason Mraz
18 "Light On" David Cook
19 "Shattered (Turn the Car Around)" O.A.R.
20 "Not Meant to Be" Theory of a Deadman
21 "Never Say Never" The Fray
22 "Waking Up in Vegas" Katy Perry
23 "I Gotta Feeling" The Black Eyed Peas
24 "So What" Pink
25 "What About Now" Daughtry
26 "1, 2, 3, 4" Plain White T's
27 "Just Dance" Lady Gaga featuring Colby O'Donis
28 "Say Hey (I Love You)" Michael Franti & Spearhead featuring Cherine Anderson
29 "21 Guns" Green Day
30 "The Climb" Miley Cyrus
31 "Closer to Love" Mat Kearney
32 "Love Remains the Same" Gavin Rossdale
33 "Smile" Uncle Kracker
34 "Broken" Lifehouse
35 "Lucky" Jason Mraz and Colbie Caillat
36 "Already Gone" Kelly Clarkson
37 "Show Me What I'm Looking For" Carolina Liar
38 "Let Me Be Myself" 3 Doors Down
39 "Poker Face" Lady Gaga
40 "Better in Time" Leona Lewis
41 "She Is Love" Parachute
42 "Addicted" Saving Abel
43 "I Do Not Hook Up" Kelly Clarkson
44 "The Man Who Can't Be Moved" The Script
45 "Let It Rock" Kevin Rudolf featuring Lil Wayne
46 "We Weren't Born to Follow" Bon Jovi
47 "Human" The Killers
48 "Thinking of You" Katy Perry
49 "Rock and Roll" Eric Hutchinson
50 "Chances" Five for Fighting

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References[edit]

  1. "Billboard Year End Adult Pop Songs 2009". Billboard.com. Retrieved March 17, 2018.


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