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These singles have dropped out from the Top 40 and Top 100 in one week. 

1952-1959Edit

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2003Edit

  • "Help Me Mama" by Lemonescent entered at 36 on week ending 5th April 2003, then dropped out completely from the Top 100 on the next week
  • "Cinderella" by Lemonescent entered at 31 on week ending 21st June 2003, then dropped out completely from the Top 100 on the next week
  • "White Flag" by Dido was at 34 on week ending 6th December 2003, then dropped out completely from the Top 100 on the next week. The track re-entered at 82 on week ending 20th December 2008.
  • "I Believe In A Thing Called Love" by The Darkness was at 33 on week ending 13th December 2003, then dropped out completely from the Top 100 on the next week.

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2006Edit

  • "Crazy" by Gnarls Barkley was at 5 on week ending 17th June 2006, then dropped out completely from the Top 100 on the next week.  The track re-entered at 30 on week ending 13th January 2007
  • "S.O.S" by Rihanna was at 27 on week ending 15th July 2006, then dropped out completely from the Top 100 on the next week.
  • "Monster" by The Automatic was at 22 on week ending 12th August 2006, then dropped out completely from the Top 100 on the next week. The track re-entered at 33 on week ending 13th January 2007.
  • "Chasing Cars" by Snow Patrol was at 26 on week ending 18th November 2006, then dropped out completely from the Top 100 on the next week. The track re-entered at 9 on week ending 13th January 2007
  • "Man, I Hate Your Band!| by Little Man Tate entered at 26 on week ending 25th November 2006, then dropped out completely from the Top 100 on the next week.

2007Edit

  • "This Must Be Love" by Little Man Tate entered at 33 on week ending 14th April 2007, then dropped out completely from the Top 100 on the next week.
  • "Moving Pictures" by The Cribs entered at 38 on week ending 11th August 2007, then dropped out completely from the Top 100 on the next week

2008Edit

2009Edit

  • "I've Got Nothing" by Chartjackers entered at 36 on week ending 21st November 2009, then dropped out completely from the Top 100 on the next week

2010-2019Edit

2010Edit

  • "This Little Light" by LZ7 entered at 26 on week ending 9th October 2010, then dropped out completely from the Top 100 on the next week

2011Edit

  • "19" by Paul Hardcastle re-entered at 40 on week ending 21st May 2011, then dropped out completely from the Top 100 on the next week
  • "Just Can't Get Enough" by The Good Child Foundation entered at 30 on week ending 21st May 2011, then dropped out completely from the Top 100 on the next week
  • "Lipstick" by Jedward was at 40 on week ending 28th May 2011, then dropped out completely from the Top 100 on the next week.
  • "Perfume" by Parade entered at 38 on week ending 2nd July 2011, then dropped out completely from the Top 100 on the next week.
  • "In My Place" by Coldplay re-entered at 40 on week ending 9th July 2011, then dropped out completely from the Top 100 on the next week.
  • "Forever Yours" by Alex Day entered at 4 on week ending 31st December 2011, then dropped out completely from the top 100 on the next week. This also holds the record for being the highest position drop out in Singles.

2012Edit

  • Dropouts from the top 40 on week ending 7th January 2012 (excluding Forever Yours mentionned above):
    • [17] Mariah Carey - All I Want For Christmas Is You
    • [27] Stacey Solomon - Driving Home For Christmas
    • [33] The Cast Of The Only Way Is Essex - Last Christmas
    • [34] Wham! - Last Christmas
    • [36] Chris Rea - Driving Home For Christmas
    • [38] Wizzard - I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday
    • [40] Slade - Merry Xmas Everybody
  • "Lady Godiva" by Alex Day entered at 15 on week ending 14th April 2012, then dropped out completely from the top 100 on the next week.
  • "Daydreamer" by Flux Pavillon feat. Example entered at 39 on week ending 12 May 2012, then dropped out of the top 100 the following week.
  • "Wish You Were Here" by Ed Sheeran, Richard Jones, Nick Mason, Mike Rutherford and David Arnold entered at 34 on week ending 25th August 2012, then dropped out of the top 100 the following week.
  • "You'll Never Walk Alone" by Gerry and the Pacemakers re-entered at 12 on week ending 22th September 2012. The following week, it fell to 27, before dropping out the week after.
  • "State Of Grace" by Taylor Swift entered at 36 on week ending 27 October 2012, then dropped out of the top 100 the next week.
  • "Last Night" by Lucy Spraggan debuted at 70 on week ending 01/09/2012, then climbing to its peak of 11 and dropping out the top 100 chart the following week. This happened because Lucy removed the song from sales due to her 2012 live shows.
  • "Hear Me" by Imagine Dragons entered at 37 on week ending 15 December 2012, then dropped out of the top 100 the next week.
  • "O Holy Night" by Ladywell Primary School was at 39 on week ending 15 December 2012, and dropped out of the top 100 the following week.
  • "Wires" by Athlete re-entered at 40 on 15 December 2012, then dropped out of the top 100 the next week.

2013Edit

  • "Fariytale Of New York" by The Pogues feat. Kirsty MacColl fell from 12 to 32 on week ending 5th January 2012, then dropped out completely of the top 100 the next week.
  • "Because We Can" by Bon Jovi entered at 38 on week ending 12th January 2013, then dropped out completely of the top 100 on the next week. The track later re-entered the top 100 at 98 on 26 January 2013.
  • "One In A Million" by Reconnected entered at 32 on week ending 30th March 2013, then dropped out completely of the top 100 on the next week.
  • "Party Over" by Amelia Lily entered at 40 on week ending 4th May 2013, then dropped out completely of the top 100 on the next week.
  • "Rise + Fall" by Michael Molloy and Alex Evans entered at 38 on week ending 11th May 2013, the dropped out completely of the top 100 on the next week.
  • "People Help The People" by Birdy re-entered at 36 on week ending 25th May 2013, and dropped out of the top 100 the next week (it fell to 136 to be more precise).
  • "My Immortal" by Andrea Begley was at 30 on week ending 6th July 2013 and dropped out of the top 100 the following week.
  • "I Will Survive" by Leah McFall was at 31 on week ending 6th July 2013 and dropped out of the top 100 the following week.
  • "Can't Get Enough" by Leeroy Kesiah feat. Nagla entered at 37 on week ending 6th July 2013. The following week it dropped out entirely of the top 100.
  • "My Immortal" by Evanescence was at 40 on week ending 6th July 2013 and dropped out of the top 100 the following week.
  • "All The Wrong Places" by Example was at 35 on week ending 28th September 2013 and dropped out of the top 100 the following week.
  • "Rap God" by Eminem dropped out from 18 on 09/11/2013 due to breaking chart rules, and wasn't illegible to chart until 16/11/2013, where it re-entered at 45
  • "Berzerk" by Eminem dropped out from 21 on 09/11/2013 due to breaking chart rules, and wasn't illegible to chart until 16/11/2013, where it re-entered at 30.
  • "Survival by Eminem dropped out from 22 on 09/11/2013 due to breaking chart rules, and wasn't illegible to chart until 16/11/2013, where it re-entered at 34.
  • "Hold Tight by Justin Bieber dropped out from 28 on 09/11/2013.
  • Reconnected by Time Of Our Lives dropped out from 33 on 09/11/2013/

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