Don’t Stop Me Now is the number one driving song in the UK, a study has revealed.
The single which was released in 1979 was one of three Queen hits to feature in the top ten.
Mr Brightside, the first single released by The Killers was runner up.
And Bohemian Rhapsody was the nation’s third favourite tune in a poll of 1,000 UK adults by OSV Ltd.
Other songs featured in the top ten include: Wonderwall by Oasis, Dancing Queen by Abba, Born to be Wild by Steppenwolf and Sex on Fire by Kings of Leon.
TOP TEN DRIVING SONGS
- Don’t Stop Me Now – Queen
- Mr Brightside – The Killers
- Bohemian Rhapsody – Queen
- Wonderwall – Oasis
- Dancing Queen – Abba
- Born to Be Wild – Steppenwolf
- Sex on Fire – Kings of Leon
- Billie Jean – Michael Jackson
- Somebody to Love – Queen
- The Way You Make Me Feel – Michael Jackson
Debbie Kirkley, Co-Founder of OSV Ltd said: “The right song has the ability to turn even a traffic jam into an enjoyable experience.”
“It’s great to see a mix of classic rock and pop songs feature in the top ten. Queen songs are regularly listed as top driving songs, but it is also great to see fellow British Band Oasis feature in the list.”
OSV also wanted to find out the nation’s favourite artist to listen to in the car. Unsurprisingly, Queen reigned supreme, beating the likes of Abba and Oasis in the national poll. However, Londoners prefer Michael Jackson, Scots favour Oasis and women voted for Abba.
Full Survey Results
Who do you most like to listen to when driving?
|Kings of Leon||11.70%|
Artists named more than once in the “other” category include:
What is your favourite driving song?
|Don’t Stop Me Now||8%|
|Born to Be Wild||5.60%|
|Sex on Fire||5.30%|
|Somebody to Love||3.70%|
|The Way You Make Me Feel||3.60%|
|Take a Chance on Me||3.30%|
|We Will Rock You / We Are The Champions||3%|
|Don’t Look Back in Anger||3%|
|Crazy Little Thing Called Love||2.40%|
|Highway to Hell||2.30%|
|Smile Like You Mean It||1.70%|
Songs named more than once in the “other” category include:
Bat Out Of Hell
Living on a Prayer
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