What makes a good Bubblegum and Cheese song?
Well, it needs to be up, happy and with a positive vibe! Ideally it’s no longer than two and a half minutes either.
Some Bubblegum and Cheese flavours include:
- Billy Don’t Be A Hero – Paper Lace
- What’s New Pussycat? – Tom Jones
- Sky High – Jigsaw
- Nowhere Man – Beatles
- Boom Bang A Bang – Lulu
- See My Baby Jive – Wizzard
- Green Door – Shakin’ Stevens
- There’s A Whole Lot Of Loving – Guys and Dolls
- Having A Party – Osmonds
- Alright, Alright, Alright – Mungo Jerry
- Donna -10cc
- Magic – Pilot
- Gotta See Jane – R Dean Taylor
- How Can I Be Sure – David Cassidy
- Ms Grace – Tymes
- Everyday – Slade
- Bring Me Sunshine – Morecambe & Wise
- Stand & Deliver – Adam & the Ants
- Rock On – David Essex
- Daddy Cool – Boney M
- Red Light Spells Danger – Billy Ocean
- Bossa Nova Baby – Elvis Presley
- Baby I Love You – Ramones
- Rebel Rebel – David Bowie
- Beach Baby – First Class
- You Drive Me Crazy – Shakin’ Stevens
- Everybody Salsa – Modern Romance
- Japenese Boy – Aneka
- Shooting Star – Dollar
- Fire Brigade – The Move
- Baggy Trousers – Madness
How can I listen to the Bubblegum and Cheese Radio Show?
Tune in to BBC Radio Solent on 96.1FM, 103.8FM and on DAB Digital Radio. You can also listen live online at www.bbc.co.uk/solent
If you have missed a show you can listen on demand any time, on the BBC iPlayer.
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