Added on 16-Jul-2008
In a new poll in England, Queenâ€™s â€œBohemian Rhapsody” has been voted the best pop song of all time. The majority of the ten-thousand people surveyed by OnePoll.com chose the track, which was number one on the U-K charts in Christmas of 1975 and then again in 1991 after singer Freddie Mercury died. The tune is also the only single to sell a million copies on two separate occasions in the UK and placed third in the list of best-selling singles in England. It is also the second most played song on radio, jukeboxes and in clubs. The Village Peopleâ€™s hit â€œY.M.C.A.” is selected as the runner up for best pop song, while Brian Adamsâ€™ â€œ(Everything I Do) I Do It for You” came in third. Other classics on the list include â€œImagine” by John Lennon, Guns Nâ€™ Rosesâ€™ â€œSweet Child Oâ€™ Mine” and Michael Jacksonâ€™s â€œBillie Jean”.