David Cameron has revealed his favourite album of all time is Pink Floyd's 'Dark Side Of the Moon'.
In a message posted on Facebook, the prime minister announced his preference for the cult 70's album as part of a celebration of Great British Music.
His choice is somewhat fitting.
With the coalition fending off attacks that it is "out of touch", Cameron may want to listen to "Us and Them" again.
He'll also hope to avoid being "On the Run" from Ed Miliband again over his links to Rupert Murdoch.
Meanwhile, Cameron should be careful not to take too literally the song "Money". After Nadine Dorries' stinging outburst about him being a "arrogant posh boy",the PM surely wants to dispel the notion he is part of "the hi-fidelity first class travelling set".
Finally, given backbench criticism over the LibDems' influence, Cameron will want to avoid making his coalition "Any Colour You Like".
He can help the coalition survive as long as he tells backbenchers - "Speak To Me"
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