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01/06/12 at 15:24 — edited 01/06/12 at 15:29
There’s bunting on Bermondsey Street, a pageant on the Thames and not one but two national holidays coming up. That’s right, in case it has escaped your notice it’s exactly 60 years on Tuesday since Freddie Mercury stood before the peerage in Westminster Abbey and became head of the commonwealth.
The theme of this week’s playlist is (royal fanfare please…) QUEEN.
Have a lovely long weekend!
Killer Queen by Queen
Mama Gave Birth to the Soul Children by Queen Latifah
“The Queen will be performing this atop the flotilla”
God Save the Queen by the Sex Pistols
Queen Bitch by David Bowie
"But, if you want to see David and his pub-carpet-clad testicles on The Old Grey Whistle Test, it's definitely worth it."
There is a light that never goes out by The Smiths (from the album The Queen Is Dead)
"And this one's a classic, too: Queen of the Night by Whitney Houston"
Little Queenie by Chuck Berry
“a little cracker”
Lay in a Shimmer by Pantha du Prince
“Shimmer referencing all of the diamonds that Queeny bopper will be wearing, and the river. I know, I know. Amazing.”
Ballad of the Teenage Queen by Johnny Cash
Caribbean Queen by Billy Ocean
“This is a little treat for you all”
Maria (who's here on work experience this week!):
Dancing Queen by Abba
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