|Children's Choir Singing, 'Imagine' (own screen grab)|
Sixties music stars and today's pop wonders performed on decorated lorry tops to celebrate the end of the Olympic Games 2012. It included songs from 30 British hit singles in the past five decades.
Annie Lennox who came in what looked like a slave ship was among the singing celebrities that gathered at the Wembly, the largest of the six Olympic stadiums, for the closing ceremony. Ray Davies of The Kinks provided his pop majestic solo appearance with the London ballad Waterloo Sunset.
|Ray Davies performed 'Waterloo Sunset'|
|Brian May: 'We Will Rock You' (own screen grab)|
I guess the lyrics are appropriate enough, "Imagine there's no heaven, No hell below us, Above us only sky, Imagine there's no countries, Nothing to kill or die for, And no religion too, all the people living life in peace..." More Olympic meets should do it. I guess I'm a dreamer too.
|John Lennon Video (own screen grab)|
|George Michael Singing 'Freedom' (own screen grab)|
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