by Biko Kennedy
Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson, more commonly referred to as Boris Johnson, is a British Conservative Party politician, who has served as Mayor of London since 2008.
The zany politician was posed the question what piece of music he would like played at his funeral, to which he quipped: "Is that an event you're looking forward to?" He then pondered the question and eventually said: "Maybe Three Little Birds. Three Little Birds! Yup!"
And to further drive his point home he serenaded the journalist with a few lines from Bob Marley and The Wailers' 1980 hit single which was released on the 1977 album Exodus.
"Smiling with the risin' sun/ three little birds on my doorstep, singing' sweet songs/ a melody pure and true, singing/ This is my message for yoo-hoo-hoo/ Don't you worry/ 'Bout a thing/because every little thing/ Gonna be alright," sang the blonde Tory.
It's not every day that the Mayor of London sings a Bob Marley classic to the press but what do you think?
Check out the clip of the Mayor here provided by Britain's The Voice Newspaper here