She's Like The Wind Patrick Swayze
We've gone back through the archives to find out which were the best-selling singles from each year since the UK chart began in 1952. And there are some genuine shocks! So, which song was the soundtrack to your life?
The first ever UK number one, it stayed there for nine weeks.
This song was at number one for a record 18 weeks in total.
Doris had 8 weeks at the top with this ballad.
Seven weeks at the top for yodelling Ernie. Note: Bill Haley and His Comets' 'Rock Around the Clock' ended up becoming the decade's biggest seller, but not quite enough to top 1955 or 1956.
Pat had five weeks at number one with this tune.
Paul's ode to a former teacher spent nine weeks at number one.
Seven weeks at number one for this love song classic.
Six weeks at number one for Cliff, and not the last you'll hear from him.
A second year-topper for the Everlys.
Elvis finally grabs one, with one of his more obscure efforts.
Yodelling hero Frank had seven weeks at number one with this standard.
Beatlemania arrives, and this was also the best-seller of the whole 1960s.
Two in a row for the Fab Four.
Yep, THAT Ken Dodd!
Crooner Jim scored five weeks at number one with this song.
Another male crooner, Englebert stayed at number one for six weeks.
A true Smooth favourite, Louis was the oldest person to score a number one at the time.
The Archies didn't let not being real stop them from having eight weeks at the top.
Seven weeks at number one for this summery classic.
George was the first of the Beatles to score a solo number one.
A rogue choice for 1972.
Tony Orlando teamed up with Dawn for this number one hit.
One of the biggest and best glam rock singles.
Rollermania has arrived! Six weeks at number one for this pop anthem.
First a Eurovision win, then six weeks at number one.
Paul McCartney also landed the best-selling single of all time until 1984.
The first of two number ones that year for Boney M, along with 'Mary's Boy Child'.
Art achieved six weeks at number one with this song from Watership Down.
One of Sting and his gang's many number one singles.
One of the best synthpop songs ever only had two weeks at the top, but it was enough.
This catchy classic had four weeks at number one.
Boy George burst onto the scene with six weeks at the top.
The charity record from Bob Geldof and Midge Ure became the best-selling single ever until 1997.
Only the second solo female artist to score a year's best-seller at the time.
Jimmy Somerville's band scored a huge hit with this cover version.
Five weeks at number one for this insanely catchy pop classic.
30 years after he first did it, Cliff was back as Mr Christmas.
This dance anthem spent six weeks at number one.
Despite first coming out in the 1960s, this was a huge hit thanks to its use in Ghost.
Continuing the movie trend, this Robin Hood song was number one for a record consecutive 16 weeks.
Three movies in a row, as Whitney's Bodyguard power ballad topped 1992.
The Loaf's rock ballad secured seven weeks at the top.
Back to the movies, as this Troggs cover from Four Weddings and a Funeral held at the top for 15 weeks.
From TV's Soldier Soldier, 'Unchained Melody' did it again just five years later.
This R&B cover of the song made famous by Roberta Flack had five weeks at the top altogether.
Sir Elton's tribute to Princess Diana is still the best-selling single ever.
Cher's amazing comeback stayed at number one for seven weeks.
Just two weeks at the top, Britney was THE star of 1999.
That year's novelty Christmas number one was also the year's bestseller.
Shaggy's tale of infidelity only had one week at the top, but it clearly sold by the bucketload.
Reality TV arrives in the form of Pop Idol winner Will, and it was the decade's best-seller.
The Black Eyed Peas' political anthem spent six weeks at number one.
The third incarnation of Band Aid grabbed both the Christmas number one and the year's best-seller.
This 1970s tune was huge for Comic Relief thanks to Peter Kay's team-up.
This was also the first song to top the charts on downloads alone.
X Factor winner Leona spent seven weeks at number one with her first proper single.
Two X Factor winners in a row, with Alexandra's Leonard Cohen cover also topping the Christmas chart.
Lady Gaga's second single spent three weeks at number one.
This was the first song ever to be the year's best-seller despite never reaching number one.
Adele's tearjerker ballad spent five weeks at the top in total.
Gotye's quirky breakup tune also topped the chart for five weeks altogether.
This controversial but catchy song also had five weeks at the top.
Two in a row for Pharrell, thanks to his song from Despicable Me 2.
This incredibly catchy song had seven weeks at number one in total.
The age of streaming begins, as Drake's track spends 15 weeks at number one. And if you were born in 2016, you're clearly very clever to be reading this.