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- Posted on Dec 30th 2009 11:00AM by Julian Marszalek
Hot on Snow Patrol's heels are Take That in second place with 'Shine' while Scissor Sisters grabbed third place with 'I Don't Feel Like Dancin.' The figures were compiled from the amount of plays on UK radio, TV, online and public places such as pub juke boxes.
'Chasing Cars' was also declared as the Song of the Decade on Channel 4's Songs of the Noughties poll. Speaking of the song, Snow Patrol's head honcho Gary Lightbody said: "I think that the song has worked because it has an emotion that people can relate to."
The most played songs of the decade in the UK were:
1. 'Chasing Cars' - Snow Patrol (2006)
2. 'Shine' - Take That (2006)
3. 'I Don't Feel Like Dancin'' - Scissor Sisters (2006)
4. 'Love It When You Call' - The Feeling (2005)
5. 'About You Now' - Sugababes (2007)
6. 'Rule The World' - Take That (2007)
7. 'You're Beautiful' - James Blunt (2004)
8. 'I Predict A Riot' - Kaiser Chiefs (2004)
9. 'Can't Get You Out of My Head' - Kylie Minogue (2001)
10. 'Crazy' - Gnarls Barkley (2006)