Cult 70s hit Is This The Way To Amarillo? Is released today, threatening to carry the almost-forgotten singer Tony Christie to number one in the charts, and raising more money for Comic Relief in the UK.
A video starring comedian Peter Kay miming to the 1971 classic, shown for the first time on Friday on BBC1 on Red Nose Day, will also be available.
The 31-year-old funnyman helped bring the tune to a younger audience after it was used in his award-winning Channel Four show Phoenix Nights.
In a memorable scene bouncers Max and Paddy play the tune to a bus full of devout Muslim elders on the way to prayer, in the hope of encouraging a sing-along.
The Bolton-born comic regularly starts his stand-up routine by coming on miming to the song. His mother is a devoted Christie fan.
The video also features stars such as Ronnie Corbett and Michael Parkinson, and Christie himself makes an appearance at the end.
It is thought that the single, proceeds of which will be given to Comic Relief, could hit number one.
The Red Nose Day fundraising extravaganza raised tens of millions of pounds for good causes in the UK and Africa.
People watching the mammoth BBC1 night of comedy had donated £37,809,564 by 2am on Saturday.
Organisers are hoping to beat the total of £61 million the last time the event was held, in 2003, but no further update was given over the weekend.
Six million red noses were sold in aid of the event, organised by Comic Relief, which has raised more than £337 million for 6,000 charity projects since its inception in 1985.
Meanwhile Peter Kay has been voted the UK’s favourite comedian.
He topped the list ahead of Billy Connolly, Ricky Gervais and Graham Norton.
The survey of 10,000 people – believed to be the biggest comedy poll ever - was carried out by Jongleurs Comedy Clubs to mark their 21st anniversary.
Connolly was second, followed by rubber-faced comic Lee Evans and Ricky Gervais.
Eddie Izzard, Jack Dee, Roy Chubby Brown, Graham Norton, Jo Brand and Jimmy Carr made up the top 10.
The poll revealed the country is divided when it comes to humour.
Kay was number one in the north, Connolly won the vote in Scotland, while Evans was number one in the south.
The Office star Gervais was favourite with comedy fans in London and Wales.
There was no place in the top 21 for Little Britain duo Matt Lucas and David Walliams.
And of the older comedy favourites, only Tommy Cooper made the list – the likes of Eric Morecambe, Peter Cook and Tony Hancock failed to make the grade.
1 Peter Kay
2 Billy Connolly
3 Lee Evans
4 Ricky Gervais
5 Eddie Izzard
6 Jack Dee
7 Roy Chubby Brown
8 Graham Norton
9 Jo Brand
10 Jimmy Carr
11 Tommy Cooper
12 Bill Bailey
13 Dawn French
14 Frank Skinner
15 Steve Coogan
16 Al Murray
17 Lee Hurst
18 Harry Hill
19 Jasper Carrott
20 Bill Hicks
21 Lily Savage