We all remember our primary school days.
Even if your memory is a bit hazy, one thing we can all remember is singing hymns in assembly everyday.
Whether you knew the words off by heart or stumbled along with some made up words, many of us can still recall the tunes to this day.
And sitting cross-legged next to your mates in the morning assembly was usually a laugh, unless you were old enough to have graduate to the benches at the back of the hall.
Kent Live has rounded up a list of the absolutely assembly anthems we all remember belting out in the school hall.
Unless you were on projector or CD duty when the whole school would rely on you to supply the soundtrack and the lyrics - no pressure.
Can you recall any of these complete bangers?
1. He's Got The Whole World in His Hands
At number one we have a song that always went down a storm - a timeless classic of the primary school hymn catalogue.
Memorable lyrics include: "He's got my brothers and my sisters in his hands," and "He's got the rivers and the mountains in His hands, He's got the oceans and the seas in His hands."
2. Autumn Days
One in peak popularity around Harvest Festival season (who remembers taking in a shoebox full of tins?).
Number 2 on our list is instantly recognisable from its "so I mustn't forget, no I mustn't forget" chorus.
Kicking off with the lines "Autumn days when the grass is jewelled and the silk inside a chestnut shell," Autumn Days also features jet planes meeting in the air to be refuelled, shoes so comfy though they're worn out and they're battered and the taste of apple pie.
3. Lord of the Dance
A song so popular it went on to be the name of Riverdance star Michael Flatley's globally popular show.
The insanely catchy chorus goes: "Dance, then, wherever you may be,
"I am the Lord of the Dance, said he,
"And I'll lead you all, wherever you may be,
"And I'll lead you all in the Dance, said he."
It will be stuck in your head for the rest of the day now, we guarantee
4. Give Me Oil In My Lamp
Or as you'll probably know it 'Sing Hosanna'.
Like all the others on our list, this hymn has a chorus that once it's in your head, you'll struggle to get it out.
Remember singing about wanting oil in your lamp to keep you burning, praising, loving and serving?
5. Colours of Day
Another song which might not be instantly recognisable from the title but by the time the chorus kicks in, you'll probably be able to sing it word for word.
If we gave you the line "so light up the fire and let the flame burn," we reckon you'd be able to sing the rest and if we added "open the door, let Jesus return," you'll definitely know which hymn we're on about!
6. One More Step Along The World I Go
"And it's from the old I travel to the new, keep me travelling along with you." Think that's all we need to say really. Another hymn that is fully deserving of its place on our list.
7. Cauliflowers Fluffy
We've got a confession to make with this one - we had to use Google to find out what it was actually called.
The clue should have been in its opening "cauliflowers fluffy, cabbages green - strawberries sweeter than any I've seen," but the line we probably remember best is "the broad beans are sleeping in the blankety bed."
8. Shine Jesus Shine
Arguably more of a song than a hymn, this one has quite possibly the most anthemic chorus of the lot.
Slowly building through the verse it bursts into "Shine, Jesus, shine. Fill this land with the Father's glory. Blaze, Spirit, blaze. Set our hearts on fire," and all of a sudden we're back at school again!
9. All Things Bright and Beautiful
We're ending the list with some of the really traditional offerings from a school assembly soundtrack.
10. Kumbaya My Lord
Whether it someone singing lord or someone crying lord, we all know the words to this one!
We know there could have been way more than 10 songs on the list and honourable mentions must go to Morning Has Broken, Who Put The Colours in the Rainbow, When I Needed A Neighbour, The Ink is Black and This Little Light of Mine which didn't quite make the cut.
They are all worthy mentions.