Gimme an iPod-compatible coffin …


The top 10 most requested songs were:

  1. Goodbye My Lover, James Blunt.
  2. Angels, Robbie Williams
  3. I've Had the Time of My Life, Jennifer Warnes and Bill Medley
  4. Wind Beneath My Wings, Bette Midler
  5. Pie Jesu, Requiem
  6. Candle in the Wind, Elton John
  7. With or Without You, U2
  8. Tears from Heaven, Eric Clapton
  9. Every Breath You Take, The Police
  10. Unchained Melody, Righteous Brothers

Frequently covered favourites, including the traditional song Danny Boy and Bob Dylan's Knocking on Heaven's Door, were among the top 20.

Other somewhat surprising entries on the list included the rollicking rock track I'll Sleep When I am Dead by Bon Jovi and Fame (I Want to Live Forever), the Oscar-winning theme to the 1980 movie and subsequent TV series Fame.

… and a solar-powered recharger, and I b'leeve I'm good to go.

One thought on “Gimme an iPod-compatible coffin …

  1. For all recording artists, this basically means, ‘if you want your songs to be successful, write about death’. I am aghast at your use of puns. šŸ˜€

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