The best and brightest are all turning up at the UN General Assembly today but to make it a bit more interesting, the World leaders have asked to make an entrance in the style of boxers, with music greeting them as they make their way to the podium to give their speeches.
The song list has mysteriously gone missing but i'm sure that we could pull something together in such short notice.
First up is Hungary's Viktor Orbán. Patsy Cline's 'Crazy' should do it.
Palestine's Mahmoud Abbas is up next so it's got to be Guns 'n' Roses, 'Right next door to hell' and then it's our very own Theresa May so 'Devil Woman' should be starting up soon.
As Mahathir Mohamad of Malaysia just celebrated his 93rd birthday, i wonder if he will understand the message behind Billy Joel's 'Only the good die young' as he takes his place at the podium.
Here comes the Belgium leader so 'Being Boring' by the Pet Shop Boys should make him think of home and we can keep it in the CD Player to use again for the Canadian PM when it's his turn.
France's Emmanuel Macron is approaching so i'm sure he will understand that his music has to be Van Halens 'Hot For Teacher' and then i'll get 'Bring Your Own Bomb' teed up for Syria's Bashar al-Assad.
Queen's 'Fat Bottomed Girls' for Angela Merkel and she is to be followed by Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel so 'Nobody Likes You' by Green Day seems appropriate as does 'Money Ain't A Thang' by Jay-Z for Greece.
'Dem Haters' by Rihanna for Iran and Hassan Rouhani, 'So Macho' for Vladimir Putin, 'All About That Bass' by Meghan Trainor for Kim Jong-Un and the theme tune to Winnie The Pooh for Chinese President Xi Jinping.
To close the day its the President of the United States, Donald Trump, and looking at his stumbling ratings recently, 'Every day i love you less and less' by the Kaiser Chiefs or Robert Plant's, 'Little Hands', either is good.