This report comes from Dotmusic
U2's 'One' has been voted the greatest song of all time in a poll by a UK music magazine.
The track, taken from the Irish rock superstar's landmark 1991 album 'Achtung Baby', came out top in a survey by Q.
It is amongst seven other entries for the band in the Top 1000, whilst Radiohead scored nine in total, with 'Creep' taking the number seven spot.
Elsewhere in the chart, Aretha Franklin is in second place with 'I Say A Little Prayer', originally written by Bacharach And David, followed by Nirvana's 'Smells Like Teen Spirit' at three.
The Beatles 'Day In The Life' is their highest entry, at four, with the Fab Four totalling four positions in the Top 1000, with 'Something', 'In My Life' and 'Paperback Writer'.
John Lennon's work featured significantly more heavily than Paul McCartney's, the deceased Beatle making the chart with eight solo tracks, compared to one for Sir Macca.
The full Top 10 is as follows:
1. U2 - 'One'
2. Aretha Franklin - 'I Say a Little Prayer'
3. Nirvana - 'Smells Like Teen Spirit'
4. The Beatles - 'A Day in the Life'
5. Elvis Presley - 'In the Ghetto'
6. Eminem - 'My Name Is'
7. Radiohead - 'Creep'
8. Destiny's Child - 'Independent Women'
9. Oasis - 'Live Forever'
10. Ike and Tina Turner - 'River Deep Mountain High'
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