Bruno Mars’ “Unorthodox Jukebox” is no match for Taylor Swift’s “Red,” as the Nashville-based singer’s latest album spends a second week at No. 1 after returning there this week.

“Red,” which came out in October, will likely sell up to 200,000 copies next week, giving it a commanding lead over Michael Buble’s “Christmas,” which is aimed at No. 2, but “Jukebox” may overcome it by the time the chart week ends on Sunday. Now, both titles are projected to sell between 150,000 and 160,000, according to Hits Daily Double. Aside from Mars’ “Jukebox,” Game’s “Jesus Piece” is the only other debut in the Top 10 at No. 6.

Rod Stewart’s “Merry Christmas, Baby” will move another 125,000 units for No. 4. One Direction’s “Take Me Home” is No. 5, with sales of up to 115,000.

Other Christmas titles likely having their last hurrah in the top 10 are Blake Shelton’s “Cheers, It’s Christmas” at No. 7 and Lady Antebellum’s “On This Winter’s Night” at No. 9.

Phillip Phillips’ “World From The Side Of the Moon” is at No. 8, while “Girl On Fire,” Alicia Keys’ former No. 1 falls to No. 10.

Both Wiz Khalifa’s “O.N.I.F.C.” and Ke$ha’s “Warrior” fall out of the top 10 after bowing at No. 2 and No 6, respectively, this week.