Someone recently asked me to name my all-time favourite song and I couldn’t think of one. But I assure you that it wouldn’t have been “Bohemian Rhapsody!” Who is voting in these polls?!?!

‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Voted All-Time Top Tune
LONDON (Reuters) – Twenty-seven years after it was first released, Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” has once again topped a chart of all-time greatest hits.
The mini rock-opera saw off competition from fellow usual suspects The Beatles to claim the pop crown in a poll to mark the 50th anniversary of the UK charts.
John Lennon’s “Imagine” came in second, followed by The Beatles’ “Hey Jude.” George Harrison’s “My Sweet Lord” was at number five.
The Beatles claimed 14 of the top 100 hits, way ahead of any other act.
Other top 10 entries included the Animals’ “The House of the Rising Sun,” Abba’s “Dancing Queen” and the Beach Boys’ “Good Vibrations.”
But perhaps more noteworthy was who didn’t feature in the top 100.
Contemporary stars barely got a look in with only four number one singles from the past decade making the grade with listeners — and one of those was a remix.
Kylie Minogue’s 2001 hit “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head” featured at number 35, with revamped Elvis song “A Little Less Conversation,” which topped British charts earlier this year, at 39.
Oasis were at 41 with their 1996 hit “Don’t Look Back In Anger” and Irish rockers U2’s were at 83 with their 2000 single “Beautiful Day.”
The most contemporary track in the first 25 was Band Aid’s “Do They Know It’s Christmas” from 1984.
“Bohemian Rhapsody” has proved an enduring favorite among music fans, regularly topping “greatest ever” polls.
In May, it crowned a national poll of 30,000 people organized by Guinness World Records.
The single has also occupied the number one spot on the British chart twice, despite record bosses initially being reluctant even to release it.