This Variety report details Wii Music's 14 licensed tracks, taken from the instruction manual. Let's hope there's nothing religiously sensitive in there.
And the line-up is:
- "Chariots of Fire" theme song by Vangelis
- "Daydream Believer" by John Stewart (made famous by The Monkees)
- "Every Breath You Take" by Sting
- "I'll be There," originally performed by The Jackson 5
- "I've Never Been to Me," the classic Motown hit
- "Material Girl," as in the Madonna track
- "Please Mr. Postman," the debut single from the Marvellettes from way back in the early '60s
- "September," from Earth, Wind and Fire
- "Suriyaki," a Japanese song popular in the '60s performed by Kyu Sakamoto
- "The Loco-Motion"
- John Lennon's "Woman"
- "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" by George Michael
- "Jingle Bell Rock."
- "Do-Re-Mi" by Rogers and Hammerstein from "The Sound of Music."
Wii Music is out next month.