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Tuesday, 26 April 2011

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Bells will ring/The sun will shine/I'll be yours/And you'll be mine...

London - The Phil Spector No 1 featured in the 1994 box orifice blockbusta 'For Weddings & A Funeral' and has been specially requested by Wills and Kate to open Friday night's nuptial entertainment.

Boyle, accompanied by backing vocals from the regimental band of the Booze & Royals, said today the 1964 classic is her favorite take on the song "although The Ronettes' and The Beach Boys' rendition is also pretty cool."

A sneak preview at rehearsals today saw Boyle also attempt the 1972 Bette Midler version from the singer's debut album 'The Divine Miss M':

Spring is here/the sky is blue/Woa/Birds all sing as if they knew/Today's the day we'll say I do/And we'll never be lonely anymore because we're...

Midler, a natural soprano on a good day, sang it in the key of F Major "which is a classic for female singers" before their vocal chords start the inevitable age-related droop.

However a row with Elton John over his own (extraordinary) rendition in the key of D Maj in the High Grant/Andie MacDowell movie saw Boyle revert back to the Dixies.

And in late-breaking news it has emerged that Boyle may hand over the microphone to William and Kate during a three-way encore performance of the song's last verse:

Bells will ring/the sun will shine/Woa/Will's all yours and Kate'll do just fine/They'll love each other until the end of time
And they'll never be lonely anymore.... because they're

Brian May is Boyle's twin brother.

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