Las canciones más tocadas en la historia del Reino Unido

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El tabloide británico The Sun publicó una lista de las 75 canciones más tocadas en el Reino Unido. Este top 75 no contempla a lo mejor de la música, sino lo más popular entre los ingleses. Así, no es raro encontrar en repetidas ocasiones algunas tracks de los Beatles.

Aquí en México cuáles serían las canciones más pedidas… Mejor los dejo con los resultados de UK:

1. Procol Harum, A Whiter Shade Of Pale, 1967

2. Queen, Bohemian Rhapsody, 1975

3. The Everly Brothers, All I Have To Do Is Dream, 1958

4. Wet Wet Wet, Love Is All Around, 1994

5. Bryan Adams, (Everything I Do) I Do It For You, 1991

6. Robbie Williams, Angels, 1997

7. Elvis Presley, All Shook Up, 1957

8. Abba, Dancing Queen, 1976

9. Perry Como, Magic Moments, 1958

10. Bing Crosby, White Christmas, 1942

11. The Beatles, Hello Goodbye, 1967

12. Rod Stewart, Maggie May, 1971

13. The Beatles, Get Back, 1969

14. All Saints, Pure Shores, 2000

15. Cristiano Spiller ft Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Groovejet (If This Ain’t Love), 2000

16. Robbie Williams, Rock DJ, 2000

17. Whitney Houston, I Will Always Love You, 1992

18. George Harrison, My Sweet Lord, 1971

19. The Rolling Stones, Honky Tonk Women, 1969

20. Sinead O’Connor, Nothing Compares 2 U, 1990

21. The Verve, Bitter Sweet Symphony, 1997

22. Natalie Imbruglia, Torn, 1997

23. Elton John & Kiki Dee, Don’t Go Breaking My Heart, 1976

24. T Rex, Hot Love,1971

25. Madonna, Vogue, 1990

26. Stardust, Music Sounds Better With You, 1998

27. Doris Day, Whatever Will Be Will Be (Que Sera, Sera), 1956

28. Al Martino, Here In My Heart, 1952

29. Paul Anka, Diana, 1957

30. Bing Crosby, Santa Claus Is Coming To Town, 1943

31. Freda Payne, Band Of Gold, 1970

32. John Lennon, Imagine, 1971

33. Candi Staton, Young Hearts Run Free, 1976

34. Glenn Miller, In The Mood, 1939

35. Elton John, Sacrifice/Healing Hands, 1990

36. Texas, Say What You Want, 1997

37. Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Two Tribes, 1984.

38. New Radicals, You Get What You Give, 1999

39. The Everly Brothers, Cathy’s Clown, 1960

40. John Travolta & Olivia Newton John, You’re The One That I Want, 1978

41. David Whitfield, Cara Mia, 1954

42. The Archies, Sugar Sugar, 1969

43. Elvis Presley, It’s Now Or Never, 1960

44. Cliff Richard, The Young Ones, 1962

45. Human League, Don’t You Want Me, 1981

46. Judy Garland, The Trolley Song, 1944

47. Slim Whitman, Rose Marie, 1955

48. Celine Dion, Think Twice, 1994

49. Macy Gray, I Try, 1999

50. Nilsson, Without You, 1972

51. The Beatles, From Me To You, 1963

52. Band Aid, Do They Know It’s Christmas, 1984

53. Les Brown And His Orchestra, Sentimental Journey,1944

54. Harry Belafonte, Mary’s Boy Child, 1957

55. Cher, Shoop Shoop Song (It’s In His Kiss), 1991

56. Robbie Williams, Strong, 1999

57. Billy Joel, Uptown Girl, 1983

58. Frankie Laine, I Believe, 1953

59. Gerry & The Pacemakers You’ll Never Walk Alone, 1963

60. Outkast, Hey Ya, 2003

61. Tony Christie, (Is This The Way To) Amarillo, 1971

62. Shadows, Wonderful Land, 1962

63. Barry White, You’re The First, The Last, My Everything, 1974

64. East 17, Stay Another Day, 1994

65. No Doubt, Don’t Speak, 1997

66. Bee Gees, Stayin’ Alive, 1977

67. Sean “Puffy” Combs, I’ll Be Missing You, 1997

68. Tom Jones, Green Green Grass Of Home, 1966

69. The Real Thing, You To Me Are Everything, 1976

70. John Travolta & Olivia Newton, John Summer Nights, 1978

71. Ella Fitzgerald, It’s Only A Paper Moon, 1945

72. Wings, Mull Of Kintyre, 1977

73. Eddie Calvert, Oh Mein Papa, 1954

74. The Police, Every Breath You Take, 1983

75. Snap, Rhythm Is A Dancer, 1992

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