With everyone now heartily sick of the Chariots of Fire theme, Spandau Ballets 'Gold' and anything by the Beatles or Queen, here are a few musical suggestions which could have worked at the various Olympic venues and events.
Torch Relay - There is a Light That Never Goes Out (The Smiths)
4x100 Relay - I Started Something I Couldn't Finish (The Smiths)
4x400 Relay - Oops I Did It Again (Britney Spears)
Boxing - Hit Me Baby One More Time (Spears)
Taekwondo - Aint that a Kick in the Head (Frank Sinatra, at a guess - I'm not really with it on jazz))
10m Diving - Vertigo (U2)/Going Under (Evanescence)
Archery/Shooting - Dont Want to Miss a Thing (Aerosmith)
Velodrome - Round and Round (New Order)
Horseriding - Jump (Van Halen) or if that fails Whip It (Devo)
Weightlifting - Lifted (Lighthouse Family)/Lift Me Up (Howard Jones)
Pommel Horse - Teenage Kicks (Undertones)
Vault - Head over Heels (Tears for Fears)
Beach Volleyball - On the Beach (Kirsty MacColl, or Chris Rea)/Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini (Black Lace, I think)
Closing Ceremony - Rio (Duran Duran)
But what a fantastic couple of weeks, and it looks like the Paralympics might be a sell out too, as people can't get enough of the Olympic spirit. How we build on the goodwill, sense of a job well done, success and fun of the last fortnight seems to be up for grabs - the BBC didn't help by ending Sunday night with a downbeat song and then a trailer for a series on Jack the Ripper. It almost made me long for a 4th song by the Who.
Massive congratulations to the atheletes, coaching staff, volunteers, organisers, army, LOCOG and everyone involved. It's been brilliant.