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Sam Smith's comeback single tops U.K. chart

Sam Smith's comeback track Too Good At Goodbyes has shot straight to the top of the U.K. singles chart.

The song has debuted at number one on the Official Charts Company rundown, ending Taylor Swift's two week reign at the top.

Too Good at Goodbyes, Sam's first release since his Oscar-winning James Bond theme Writing's On The Wall topped the chart in September 2015, is his sixth U.K. number one.

Dua Lipa's New Rules holds at two, while Taylor's Look What You Made Me Do falls to three.

Pink's What About Us is at four, and Zayn Malik and Sia's collaboration Dusk Till Dawn enters the chart at five.

The National's new release Sleep Well Beast tops Britain's new album chart, earning the U.S. indie rockers their first U.K. number one.

The group tells OfficialCharts.com, "Thanks U.K. for our first number one record! It means a lot."

British band Nothing But Thieves' second album Broken Machine is at two ahead of Ed Sheeran's ÷ (divide) at three.

Rag'n'Bone Man's Human and last week's number one album, The Script's Freedom Child, round out the top five.