QUEEN, GUNS N' ROSES, NIRVANA Classics Among 'Best Songs To Drive To'

EveningTimes.co.uk is reporting that QUEEN's "Bohemian Rhapsody" has been named the all-time best song to drive to.

A radio station poll asked voters to choose the top tune to have on the car stereo from a list of suggestions by listeners.

The QUEEN track took the top spot with 16% of votes, ahead of "Sweet Child O' Mine" by GUNS N' ROSES (15%) and NIRVANA's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" (11%).

"Bohemian Rhapsody" was featured in a memorable driving scene in the 1990s film "Wayne's World", in which Wayne, Garth and pals were seen cruising the streets in a car headbanging to the track.

When it comes to driving songs it seems fans go for the old classics — with six of the top 10 more than 10 years old.

Top 10 driving songs:

01. QUEEN – "Bohemian Rhapsody"
02. GUNS N' ROSES – "Sweet Child O' Mine"
03. NIRVANA – "Smells Like Teen Spirit"
04. U2 – "Vertigo"
06. BON JOVI – "Livin' On A Prayer"
07. ERIC CLAPTON – "Layla"
08. EVANESCENCE – "Bring Me To Life"
10. FRANZ FERDINAND – "Take Me Out"


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