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Swift leads Billboard digi chart

Wednesday, October 17, 2012 – Taylor Swift once again leads the Billboard Digital Songs chart, this time with I Knew You Were Trouble.

The new song off her "Red" disc dropping next week, debuted in first with 416,000 downloads sold. This was Swift's second-largest sales week ever for a song. We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together sold 623,000 downloads on the Sept. 1 chart.

Trouble is the fourth of five tracks Swift has released in advance of "Red." State of Grace which hit retailers at midnight Tuesday (Oct. 16) , will debut on the chart next week.

No country albums made the top 10. The chart is officially out on Thursday.


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