Billboard music charts question (2 completely different songs, same title)

IIRC, there were two songs titled “Hold On” in the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the summer of 1990. One was by Wilson Phillips, and the other was by En Vogue. These were two completely different songs–different writers, different melodies, different lyrics.

Has there ever been another time that this has happened? Even if you expand beyond the top 10 to include the entire 100-song chart? The closest other example I can think of is “Jump” by Van Halen and “Jump (For My Love)” by the Pointer Sisters, both peaking in 1984. The latter was originally simply titled “Jump,” but the parenthetical phrase was added to avoid confusion with Van Halen’s song. I’m not certain if these songs were in the top 10 at the same time.

Just to clarify: I’m asking if both songs were on the charts AT THE SAME TIME. I’m fully aware that there are many examples of identically-titled songs hitting the charts at different times.

In 1988, Bobby Brown’s “Don’t Be Cruel” (original) was in the Top 10 the same time as Cheap Trick’s “Don’t Be Cruel” (cover of the Elvis classic).

Yes. And the songs had the same title.

Ca. 1980, Ian Gomm’s “Hold On” was in the top 40 at the same time as a truncated version of Triumph’s “Hold On”. Both great songs, BTW.

In 1993 there was “Whoot, There It Is” by 95 South and “Whoomp! (There It Is)” by Tag Team, both based on the same chant but otherwise dissimilar. They reached #11 and #2 respectively on the Billboard Hot 100.