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GLASTONBURY, ENGLAND - JUNE 26: Jeff Lynne of ELO and Michael Eavis pose backstage with a commemorative disc for the album "All Over the World" on day 3 of the Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm, Pilton on June 26, 2016 in Glastonbury, England. Now its 46th year the festival is one largest music festivals in the world. The Festival, which Michael Eavis started in 1970 when several hundred hippies paid just £1, now attracts more than 175,000 people. (Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty Images)

In the U.K. a poll of 1,300 adults aged 30-55 has revealed the top 50 tunes most likely to put you in a good mood. Mr. Blue Sky” by ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA is the Happiest Song of All Time.  It came out in 1978 . . . and the late-’70s in general was named the era with the MOST happy songs.

If you were to select 10 songs that put you in a good mood, what would they be?

Enter the tunes in the comments section on the Rat’s Facebook fan page and we’ll attempt to compile a list in order of the most popular.

Here’s the Top 10 from the U.K. list:

1.  “Mr. Blue Sky”ELO, 1978


2.  “Don’t Stop Me Now”Queen, 1979


3.  “Stayin’ Alive”, the Bee Gees, 1977


4.  “Dancing Queen”ABBA, 1976


5.  “Livin’ on a Prayer”Bon Jovi, 1986


6.  “Come on Eileen”Dexys Midnight Runners, 1982


7.  “You Can Call Me Al”Paul Simon, 1986


8.  “Walking on Sunshine”Katrina and the Waves, 1983


9.  “Just Can’t Get Enough”Depeche Mode, 1982


10.  “Never Gonna Give You Up”Rick Astley, 1987