Verizon Wireless Releases The Top Ten Bee Gee Songs Of All Time

BASKING RIDGE, NJ — Today, Verizon Wireless released a list of the top ten V CAST Music songs from the Bee Gees that customers have downloaded since the service launched in early 2006. With V CAST Music mobile music service from Verizon Wireless, customers can download their favorite Bee Gees songs over-the-air, directly to their V CAST Music-enabled phones. Verizon Wireless offers more than 1.8 million songs for sale, right over-the-air, through V CAST Music — from both well-known and independent artists. V CAST Music runs on Verizon Wireless' award-winning broadband network, and customers can also purchase and download songs to Windows® XP PCs, plus sideload — or transfer — their existing compatible digital music collections for free to their V CAST Music-enabled handsets or memory cards.

Customers who want to go on a "Holiday" with classic Bee Gees hits or "Love Somebody" and feel no more "Lonely Days" can have it all with the Bee Gees songs on V CAST Music from Verizon Wireless. The top ten downloaded Bee Gees songs include:

  1. "I Started A Joke"

  2. "To Love Somebody"

  3. "How Can You Mend A Broken Heart"

  4. "Words"

  5. "Massachusetts"

  6. "I've Gotta Get A Message To You"

  7. "Holiday"

  8. "New York Mining Disaster"

  9. "Lonely Days"

  10. "I Can't See Nobody"

Purchases from the phone include two copies of every song, one for the phone and one for the PC. For more information on V CAST Music from Verizon Wireless, visit  

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