Pink's Official Top 20 biggest songs

We count down Pink's all-time biggest selling and most streamed hits.

It's more than 17 years since Pink scored her first UK hit with punchy debut There You Go.

She's changed her sound and her look numerous times, but she's been fairly consistent when it's come to success.

She's had 28 UK Top 40s, including 18 Top 10s and three Number 1s, but when it comes to shifting your actual copies and those plays on streaming services, what's her top song?

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Before we go hard with the Top 20, here are some highlights:

Lady Marmalade

Her first chart-topper, Pink joined forces with Mya, Christina Aguilera and Lil Kim for the Moulin Rouge soundtrack.

This cover has been a hit a couple of times before, and in a way this was Pink's farewell to the slick R&B sound of her debut album Can't Take Me Home – she was soon to reinvent herself on next single Get The Party Started with a more bolshy, rocky sound. Pink's version of Lady Marmalade has sold 584,000 copies and racked up 11.3 million streams since we began counting in 2014, to finish as her third biggest song overall. 

Just Like A Pill

Pink's first chart-topper all by herself, Just Like A Pill was the perfect tune for anyone who'd ever felt like telling someone to sod off. It knocked Atomic Kitten off Number 1 in September 2002 to spend a week at the top. It's sold 378,000 copies and achieved 6.5 million plays in the last couple of years – but, perhaps surprisingly, it doesn't make Pink's ultimate Top 5!

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Take a trip down memory lane and look back through all of P!nk's single and album artwork below:

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There You Go

So What

So What, Number 1 in 2008, is Pink's best selling chart-topper. Over 619,000 of you have bought what turned out to be Pink's most recent Number 1 – but we're sure another is on its way. Those sales and 8.9 million streams help So What to be Pink's all-time runner-up biggest song.

Raise Your Glass

Raise Your Glass, which led Pink's 2010 greatest hits collection, is her biggest selling non-Top 10. It's sold 440,000 copies despite reaching only Number 13 – thanks in part, no doubt, to the song featuring on the second series of Glee in 2011. 9.6 million streams lift it to be her fourth biggest tune.

Just Give Me A Reason

It's perhaps fitting that the top song on Pink's countdown never actually made it to the top of the Official Singles Chart – although it had a good go.

Just Give Me A Reason, which featured fun lead singer Nate Ruess, spent 11 weeks inside the Top 10, two of which at Number 2. It was held off, however, in the first week by a surprise return to the charts by TV presenters Ant & Dec. After performing their 1994 classic Let's Get Ready To Rhumble on their Saturday Night Takeaway show, the track shot to Number 1, finishing just 5,000 copies ahead of poor Pink and Nate.

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It didn't make it to Number 1, but it has shifted over 850,000 copies and racked up almost 21 million listens to make it Pink's biggest song.

Just Like Fire

Thanks to being her only Top 40 hit so far to be released since streaming started counting towards the Official Chart, Pink's most streamed tune is not one of her newest, but Just Like Fire, from Alice In Wonderland. The song reached 19 in June 2016, with 22.4 million plays and 158,000 sales to date.

Pink's Official Top 20:

  SONG PEAK YEAR
1 JUST GIVE ME A REASON (FEAT NATE RUESS) 2 2013
2 SO WHAT 1 2008
3 LADY MARMALADE (WITH CHRISTINA AGUILERA, MYA, LIL KIM) 1 2001
4 RAISE YOUR GLASS 13 2010
5 TRY 8 2012
6 JUST LIKE A PILL 1 2002
7 F**KIN' PERFECT 10 2010
8 GET THE PARTY STARTED 2 2002
9 WHO KNEW 5 2006
10 JUST LIKE FIRE 19 2016
11 BLOW ME (ONE LAST KISS) 2 2012
12 PLEASE DON'T LEAVE ME 12 2009
13 SOBER 9 2009
14 U & UR HAND 10 2006
15 TRUE LOVE (FEAT LILY ALLEN) 16 2013
16 DON'T LET ME GET ME 6 2002
17 FAMILY PORTRAIT 11 2002
18 THERE YOU GO 6 2000
19 STUPID GIRLS 4 2006
20 TROUBLE 7 2003

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