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You guys love a good sing-along in the chat rooms at Lucky Pants Bingo! In our chat games in particular we noticed you enjoy a bit of music trivia or just a bit of a group-croon to an old classic – go on, admit it!

We asked you, regular players and newbies to luckypantsbingo.com, to tell us about your favourite music and you didn’t let us down – from the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and the noughties, in no particular order, here are your top 50 Summer songs:

  1. California Gurls by Katy Perry – disco-pop sure to get your feet tapping
  2. Summer Nights – a wedding classic! Hit the dance floor to this Grease musical movie track. Tip: have on in the background when playing our Grease slots too for extra luck!
  3. Candy by Paolo Nutini – a cute song from the album Sunny Side Up.
  4. Summer of 69 by Bryan Adams – another dance floor classic. The Canadian singer recorded this song in 1984 for his album Reckless.
  5. Bring me sunshine – first performed by American artists in the late 60’s, the song has since become synonymous in Britain with the legendary comedy duo Morecambe and Wise.
  6. Wait And Bleed by Slipknot – nice and heavy! You never cease to surprise us roomies, what a cool diverse bunch you are!
  7. Nothing Else Matters by Metallica – peaked at top-ten positions on many European charts, what a belter!
  8. Summer Holiday by Cliff Richard and The Shadows – No.1 in UK Singles Chart for a 3 weeks in 1963, crank it up in the car on the way to go camping.
  9. Drunk in Love by Beyonce – reached the top ten in France, Ireland, New Zealand and the United Kingdom, shake that booty!
  10. Summer Jam by The Underdog Project – a freestyle/2-step garage dance song
  11. Mr Blue Sky by Electric Light Orchestra – from the studio album Out of the Blue
  12. Sex On Fire by Kings of Leon – the song gave Kings of Leon their first number-one single in Australia, Finland, Ireland and the United Kingdom, a great summer festival track.
  13. Where have you been? by Rihanna - written, produced by and features Scottish DJ Calvin Harris
  14. Eternal Flame by The Bangles – aww lovely. Peaked at number one in the charts in nine countries
  15. This I Promise You by N sync – a ballad from the album No Strings Attached
  16. Baby I’ve Been Missing You by The Independents – a golden oldie
  17. Stay With Me by Sam Smith – one of your most recent favourites, made it to no. 1 in the U.K this year
  18. If I Could Turn Back Time by Cher – was seen as a major comeback for Cher in the late 1980s
  19. Thunderstruck by AC/DC – first song on the 1990 album The Razors Edge
  20. Rude by Magic – debut single by the Canadian reggae fusion band
  21. Set Fire To The Rain by Adele – the third consecutive number-one single of the album 21
  22. Every Breath You Take by The Police – found on 1983 album Synchronicity, written by Sting
  23. Eye Of The Tiger by Survivor – theme song for the movie Rocky III of course!
  24. Why Don’t We Fall In Love by Amerie – from debut album All I Have in 2002
  25. Stupid by Rihanna – written two days before Rihanna and then boyfriend Chris Brown’s altercation!
  26. Someone Like You by Adele – you love it and you’re not alone: it was voted third most favourite single of the last 60 years in the UK
  27. Sacrifice by Elton John- appears on the 1989 album Sleeping with the Past
  28. The Way You Make Me Feel by Michael Jackson – no explanation needed, fab tune!
  29. Power Of Love by Celine Dion – translated into several languages, becoming a pop standard
  30. Sail Away by David Gray – fourth single from White Ladder on 16 July 2001
  31. We Are Young by Fun – inspiring lyrics, love the chorus
  32. Linger by Cranberries – a bit of a tear jerker! Became the band’s first major hit in 1993
  33. Stay by Rihanna – a pop ballad, featuring piano and guitar chords
  34. Dancing Queen by ABBA – one of the most successful singles of the 1970s. Feel the beat from the tambourrrrinnnneee oh yeahhh!
  35. Like A Prayer by Madonna – controversial Pop Rock song with elements of gospel music
  36. Roar by Katy Perry – reached the top five in most international charts
  37. How I Miss You Baby by Bobby Womack – you love the seventies!
  38. Waterloo by ABBA – first single from the Swedish heroes. Who knows the dance from Muriel’s Wedding? (we do!)
  39. I Don’t Wanna Miss a Thing by Aerosmith – a power ballad performed by the American hard rock band for the 1998 film Armageddon
  40. Baby Jane by Rod Stewart – remained as the 6th and final UK number one single for Stewart
  41. Don’t Stop Me Now by Queen – crank up the radio!
  42. Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen – written by Freddie Mercury for the band’s 1975 album A Night at the Opera. Get ready for the head banging part…
  43. Surfin’ Safari By the Beach Boys – with a catchy beat and great harmonies
  44. Summer in the City by The Luvin’ Spoonful – contrasting a New York summer’s day with the vibrant nightlife of rooftops cats out looking for kitties
  45. Wipe Out by The Surfaris – a big Summer anthems defined by the sing-a-long factor
  46. Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polkadot Bikini by Bryan Hyland – Yoplait turned it into the soundtrack to a commercial, and who could forget Timmy Mallett’s version!
  47. Endless Summer Nights by Richard Marx – reached No. 2 on the Billboard charts in 1988
  48. Summertime by DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince – rapped by Will Smith in 1991
  49. Hot Fun in The Summertime – Sly and the Family Stone
  50. Summer Love by Justin Timberlake – a refreshingly poppy, electronic music

Well there you have it, the ultimate Summer Party album! Thanks for all your suggestions, what a wonderful trip down memory lane! Whatever you’re doing this week, keep a smile on your face with these Lucky Pants roomie tunes… turn them up, turn them up LOUD!

 

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