There's plenty of good news on the charts this week for the English group Tears for Fears, whose first No. 1 hit, "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" held on to the top spot despite a blistering challenge from three other big songs.
But those two songs failed to gain in popularity this week, allowing a newer, hotter single--Bryan Adams' classy ballad "Heaven"--to jump ahead of them into the No. 2 spot. That kept Tears for Fears at No. 1, because "Heaven" still hasn't reached peak airplay.