The Sing Songfacts states that Take That's Gary Barlow and musical mastermind Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber co-penned "Sing" for the Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee celebrations. The song features 230 people and musicians from various Commonwealth countries including Australia, Jamaica, Kenya and the Solomon Islands plus Gareth Malone and the Military Wives choir.
"Sing" was debuted by BBC Radio 2's Chris Evans on May 18, 2012 and was released by Decca Records ten days later.
|2||Sing - Commonwealth Version||3,668 listeners|
|3||Here Comes The Sun||2,513 listeners|
|4||Sing featuring Military Wives (Commonwealth Version)||856 listeners|
|5||Sing (Commonwealth Version) [feat. Military Wives]||842 listeners|
|6||Amazing Grace - Sing EP version||639 listeners|
|7||Sing - GB Version||468 listeners|
|8||God Save The Queen (National Anthem) - Sing EP version||465 listeners|
|9||Land of Hope And Glory - Sing EP Version||438 listeners|
|10||Sing (feat. Military Wives) [Commonwealth Version]||434 listeners|