This year's John Lewis Christmas advert has been unveiled, and with it the trailer's soundtrack - a cover of REO Speedwagon's 1984 hit Can't Fight This Feeling by Bastille.
The theme song for the highly anticipated advert usually sees a current artist covering a classic. For their 2012 festive trailer, Gabrielle Aplin released a haunting take on Frankie Goes To Hollywood's 1984 chart-topper The Power Of Love, while the 2010 advert was soundtracked by a cover of Elton John's 1970 hit Your Song by Ellie Goulding.
Spotting the trend, a Twitter user asked people what their John Lewis Christmas advert soundtrack would be, by taking the song that was Number 1 on your eighth birthday and adding it to the artist who was Number 1 on your birthday in 2017.
Find out what John Lewis ad soundtrack you’d be by taking the song that was number 1 on your 8th birthday and adding it to the artist who was number 1 on your birthday in 2017.— Alice Tew (@BuckinghamAlice) November 14, 2019
Mine is Tragedy (Steps version) by Ed Sheeran.
Make sense? We're not entirely sure either, but you can't not test the theory, right? The post on Twitter has already had over 3,500 replies and turned out some brilliant results.
Black Box 'Ride On Time' by Sam Smith.— Harriet Brampton (@hbrampton) November 14, 2019
Hit Me Baby One More Time - Stormzy.— aeroduncnamic (@DuncanBBQlou) November 14, 2019
Oh, sweet Jesus.— illuminatus (@illuminatus) November 14, 2019
The world DOES NOT NEED
Wuthering Heights by Ed Sheeran.
So, what are you waiting for? To find out what John Lewis Christmas advert soundtrack you'd be, simply enter the correct date for your eighth birthday in our Official Chart archive. followed by your birthday date in 2017.
Delighted or extremely troubled by the result? Tell us in the comments below.
You can also find out on our page that lists every Official Number 1 single ever, going back to 1952.