Aaaand - let's try this again shall we? We've had 15 votes - far more respectable than the 13 we were stuck with before, and there's no-one else who claims to have voted so now it's fully closed. Those last two votes did quite a shakeup, and so we need to start this thing again.
100. Bob The Builder - Can We Fix It? (179 points)
Scoop, Muck and Dizzy and Roley too
Lofty and Wendy join the crew
Bob and the gang have so much fun
Working together, they get the job done!
Now that's more like it!
So, where do we start? Well, for those who don't know, this is the brainchild of UK TV star Neil Morrissey (no, not the Smiths guy, the other one). Bob the Builder is of course a phenomenally successfully toddlers TV character who together with his team of machines - Scoop and Muck the diggers, Roley the cement mixer and Lofty the crane - plus wife Wendy, goes around generally fixing things that have broken. His catchphrase? Well that would be "Can We Fix It?" to which his team shout out "Yes We Can!" The theme tune was actually a remarkably decent song, considering it was a kids TV theme tune, and so inevitably with the huge success of the show, it was released as a single - and actually was the first ever song to deny Westlife a No. 1 single! In doing so, it became the UK Xmas No. 1, and on New Year's Eve itself managed to overtake All Saints' "Pure Shores" to become the No. 1 selling song of 2000. However, as it was first out in the 2000 survivor, it was clear from there that we didn't like it. Bob of course had a second hit, with a cover of Lou Bega's "Mambo No.5" - but have we ranked that one in the top 100?
THE OTHER 10
1000. Englebert Humperdinck - The Last Waltz
999. Elvis Presley - Heartbreak Hotel
998. Kitty Kallen - Little Things Mean A Lot
997. Frank Chacksfield Orchestra - Terry's Theme from Limelight
996. John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John - You're The One That I Want
995. Jim Reeves - I Love You Because
994. Frank Ifield - I Remember You
993. Russ Conway - Side Saddle
992. Paul Anka - Diana
991. David Whitfield - Cara Mia
Well 10 massive chart hits there that were put in to fill the gaps. Elvis's one and the Grease one are classics, and the others... well no-one knew them.