US charts: Goulding's Lights hits Hot 100 top five

Paul Williams

In what adds up to the slowest climb into the top five in chart history for a song not aided by crossing over from country to pop or multiple releases, Lights progresses 6-5 this week in what is its 29th appearance on the countdown.

Goulding follows into the top five this year fellow Brits Adele, The Wanted and One Direction. Adele has cracked the chart's top five twice in 2012, with chart-topper Set Fire To The Rain and Rolling In ...

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