Taylor Swift’s Biggest Billboard Hits chart is based on actual performance on the weekly Billboard Hot 100, through the Sept. 9, 2017, ranking. Songs are ranked based on a point system, with weeks at No. 1 earning the greatest value and weeks at No. 100 earning the least. Due to changes in chart methodology over the years, certain eras are weighted to account for different chart turnover rates over various periods.
1. Jump Then Fall
Written solely by Swift, this twangy love song got a boost from the Valentine’s Day soundtrack (which featured a cameo by Swift) after hitting No. 10 after its release on the Fearless platinum edition.
The 2008 song was first released as one of the themes for that year’s U.S. Olympic team, later earning a spot on the Fearless tracklist. It hit No. 10 on the Hot 100.
3. Speak Now
Runaway grooms everywhere found an anthem in “Speak Now,” which soared to No. 8 on the Hot 100.
4. Both of Us
Taylor was a guest on noted flat-earth-truther B.o.B’s 2012 album Strange Clouds for this country-rap single, which hit No. 18 on the Hot 100.
5. Safe & Sound
Swift went folky for this 2011 collaboration with The Civil Wars, which was released on the Hunger Games soundtrack. It reached No. 30 on the Hot 100.
The upbeat, starry-eyed 2010 single off Swift’s sophomore album of the same name eventually hit No. 9 on the Hot 100.
7. Sparks Fly
The 2011 Taylor Swift song, which she wrote ate age 16, climbed to No. 17 on the Hot 100 after being released as the final single off Speak Now.
8. Begin Again
The mellow, acoustic song (possibly about Jake Gyllenhaal) debuted at No. 7 on the Hot 100 after being released as a promotional single off Red in September 2012.
9. Picture to Burn
The jilted lover’s anthem off Taylor Swift, inspired by Swift’s high school boyfriend, reached No. 28 on the Hot 100.
10. Should’ve Said No
Swift’s uptempo country jam, the final single off her 2006 self-titled debut, peaked at No. 33 on the Hot 100.
11. Everything Has Changed
The romantic Red duet peaked at No. 32 on the Hot 100 after being released as a single in 2013.
12. Tim McGraw
Swift’s Hot 100 debut the country love song that started it all reached No. 40 on the Hot 100. It also became her first of 19 top 10s to date on Hot Country Songs.
13. Eyes Open
The second Hunger Games soundtrack single from Swift, “Eyes Open” peaked at No. 19 on the Hot 100 following its 2012 release.
The rockin’ promo single from the 2012 album of the same name exploded onto the Hot 100 at No. 6.
Swift’s cutesy, banjo-featuring single off Speak Now debuted and peaked at No. 13 on the Hot 100.
Taylor clapped back at her critics (rumors suggest music industy analyst Bob Lefsetz as the specific target) with “Mean,” which debuted (and peaked) at No. 11 in 2010 — Swift’s third Hot Shot Debut in as many weeks amid the rollout of Speak Now.
This confessional 2009 Taylor Swift song which shouts out the singer’s original squad member Abigail Anderson evidently resonated with teens everywhere, peaking at No. 23.
So, “Fifteen” is #19 and “22” is #18. (Got that?) Another age-centric single, another hit, as the Swift/Max Martin collab “22” was the sixth Red single to hit the Hot 100’s top 20, peaking at No. 20.
19. White Horse
The Grammy-winning track galloped to a No. 13 peak on the Hot 100.
20. Today Was a Fairytale
This ode to a dream date, fittingly off 2010’s Valentine’s Day soundtrack, debuted and peaked at No. 2 on the Hot 100.
21. Two Is Better Than One
Power poppers Boys Like Girls brought in Swift for the assist on this 2009 single, which peaked at No. 18.
22. Back to December
Rumored to be about Swift’s short-lived relationship with Taylor Lautner, the ballad entered and crested at No. 6 on the Hot 100 in 2010.
23. Our Song
Swift’s banjo-driven third single, released in 2007, climbed to No. 16 on the Hot 100 … and became her first of seven No. 1s to date on Hot Country Songs.
24. Teardrops on My Guitar
Swift’s breakout pop crossover single peaking at No. 13 on the Hot 100 in 2008.
The lead single off Speak Now — a rollicking country breakup song made a No. 3 splash on the Hot 100 in 2010.
We’re up to the top 10, where half the titles are from Swift’s pop segue opus 1989. Entering the chart after Swift performed the track at the 2014 Victoria’s Secret fashion show, the third single off the album peaked at No. 6.
27. Wildest Dreams
The chemistry of Swift/Max Martin/Shellback remained infallible with “Wildest Dreams,” which peaked at No. 5 on the Hot 100 in November 2015.
28. I Don’t Wanna Live Forever
Swift released the brooding Zayn duet as her first post-1989 single. The Fifty Shades Darker song rose to No. 2 on the Hot 100 in March 2017.
29. Bad Blood
Fueled by a squad-flaunting video (and a highly anticipated appearance by Kendrick Lamar), Swift’s diss track (allegedly aimed at Katy Perry) hit No. 1 (for one week) following the clip’s debut at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards.
30. We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
Swift’s first Hot 100 No. 1, the critically acclaimed single fully confirmed Swift’s crossover appeal, staying at the top for three weeks following its 2012 release.
31. I Knew You Were Trouble.
The irresistible anthem (supposedly taking aim at Harry Styles again) debuted at No. 3 in October 2012, eventually peaking at No. 2.
32. Love Story
The melodic masterpiece, and fairytale-themed lead single off Fearless, peaked at No. 4 on the Hot 100 in 2009.
33. Blank Space
Swift became the first women ever to replace herself directly at No. 1 on the Hot 100, as the second single off 1989 dethroned “Shake It Off.” It spent seven weeks at the top in 2014-15.
34. You Belong With Me
The monster crossover hit dominated airwaves in 2009, peaking at No. 2 on the Hot 100. It also became the first country song to top the all-genre Radio Songs chart (after “Love Story” had reached No. 2).
35. Shake It Off
Swift’s devil-may-care anthem found her unabashedly looking for pop dominance, and she found it: The single ruled the Hot 100 for four weeks and stands as her biggest charting single to date.
source : billboard.com