The Top 40 Pop Songs for September 2013 include some of this year's biggest hits!

This month, Katy Perry and Lady Gaga entered the charts with their new singles. The two singers were joined by Miley Cyrus, who released her twerk-free 'Wrecking Ball,' In addition, Taylor Swift's Ed Sheeran collaboration, 'Everything Has Changed,' is making it's way up the list.

Check out our full list of the Top 40 Pop Songs for September 2013 below!

Top 40 Pop Songs - August 2013

40. Macklemore + Ryan Lewis, 'Thrift Shop'
39. Sara Bareilles, 'Brave'
38. Pitbull 'Feel This Moment' Feat. Christina Aguilera
37. Avril Lavigne, 'Here's to Never Growing Up'
36. The Lumineers, 'Hey Ho'
35. Avicii, 'Wake Me Up!'
34. Rihanna, 'Right Now' Feat. David Guetta
33. Demi Lovato, 'Heart Attack'
32. Mariah Carey, '#Beautiful' Feat. Miguel
31. Emeli Sande, 'Next to Me'
30. Rihanna, 'Stay' Feat. Mikky Ekko
29. Bruno Mars, 'When I Was Your Man'
28. Pink, 'True Love' Feat. Lily Allen
27. Taylor Swift, 'Everything Has Changed' Feat. Ed Sheeran
26. Miley Cyrus, 'Wrecking Ball'
25. Ciara, 'Body Party'
24. Justin Timberlake, 'Take Back the Night'
23. Demi Lovato, 'Made in the USA'
22. Selena Gomez, 'Come and Get It'
21. Jason DeRulo, 'The Other Side'
20. Ariana Grande, 'The Way' Feat. Mac Miller
19. Phillip Phillips, 'Gone Gone Gone'
18. Calvin Harris, 'I Need Your Love' Feat. Ellie Goulding
17. Macklemore + Ryan Lewis, 'Can't Hold Us'
16. One Direction, 'Best Song Ever'
15. Pink, 'Just Give Me a Reason' Feat. Nate Ruess
14. Maroon 5, 'Love Somebody'
13. Anna Kendrick, 'Cups (When I'm Gone)'
12. Lorde, 'Royals'
11. Bruno Mars, 'Treasure'
10. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis 'Same Love'
9. Daft Punk, 'Get Lucky'
8. Lana Del Rey, 'Summertime Sadness'
7. Capital Cities, 'Safe and Sound'
6. Imagine Dragons, 'Radioactive'
5. Bruno Mars, 'Treasure'
4. Lady Gaga, 'Applause'
3. Miley Cyrus, 'We Can't Stop'
2. Katy Perry, 'ROAR'
1. Robin Thicke, 'Blurred Lines'

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The Top 40 Pop Songs for August 2013 are based on a combination of the most searched songs on, airplay at select pop radio stations in the United States and the personal opinion of the PopCrush editorial staff.