God's Top Ten
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|"God's Top Ten"|
|Single by INXS|
|from the album Switch|
|INXS singles chronology|
"God's Top Ten" is a song by Australian band INXS released as the fifth single from their eleventh studio album Switch, which was also the first album with lead singer J.D. Fortune, winner of the Rock Star: INXS competition. The single was released in 2006.
The single was only released in Poland and Canada as an airplay single, where it peaked at #18 and #88 respectively.
Tim Farriss and Andrew Farriss have both separately said in TV interviews that this song is actually a gift for Tiger.
During a radio interview with the BBC, Andrew Farriss changed the lyrics around to the song from "When you hear his songs, on the radio, I don't need to tell you what you already know" to "When she hears his songs on the radio, I don't need to tell her what she already knows" and also changed "He's on God's top ten, where heaven never ends" to "He's on God's top ten, he'll always be my friend."
The term "God's Top Ten" was also used in the band's song "Here Comes", off their album Shabooh Shoobah. The lyrics read "Here comes my kamikaze, Here comes God's top ten, Nothing to be done to stop it, Nothing to get in its way".
|Canadian Hot 100||88|
|Polish Singles Chart||18|
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