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Keith Urban Song Is The Most Played At Waffle House

(Radio.com) Feeling hungry? How about a little country music with your biscuits and gravy? Famous chain Waffle House has released the annual list of the most-played songs on jukeboxes at their restaurants throughout the country, and Keith Urban's warm, buttery ballad, "Blue Ain't Your Color," came in at No. 1.

It's quite the sweet accolade, considering Urban's tune beat out more than 30 million other songs played on Waffle House jukeboxes in 1,850 restaurants across 25 states.

According to the Tennessean, Urban beat out Rihanna, Ed Sheeran and Twenty One Pilots for the honor. See the top 10 tracks and listen to the chart topping song from Urban here.


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