Last week we gave you ten songs with the number “One” in the title. As part of our on-going series and in the words of Sesame Street, today's list is brought to you by the number two…
10. 2 Become 1
Soppy ballad by the Spice Girls. Released in 1996 and became their third successive number 1.
It Takes Two
1966 Motown hit by Marvin Gaye and Kim Weston.
Blur went skate rock in 1997, albeit for one song. Used tirelessly in sports TV shows ever since
Frankie Goes To Hollywood's 1984 comment on the Cold War. Stayed at number one for NINE weeks
Two Hearts Beat As One
Second single from U2's 1983 album, War.
Kylie's 2007 glamed-up comeback single following her treatment for breast cancer
Nothing Compares 2 U
Sinead O'Connor recorded the definitive version of this Prince-penned song in 1990
1993 single from the short-lived career of New York rockers, the Spin Doctors.
Power of Two
American folk duo the Indigo Girls' 1994 album, Swamp Ophelia, featured this song.
Two Piña Coladas
Number one on the Billboard Country Chart for Garth Brooks in 1998