Tory minister Chris Philp caused outrage yesterday when he called for God Save the Queen to be played EVERY DAY on the BBC in the run up to this year's Platinum Jubilee. 

While his call was supported by fellow Tory MPs including Nadine Dorries, who could be heard shouting "fantastic" in response to the idea, many members of the public were unimpressed by the prospect. 

As people took to social media to hit out at the suggestion, we put out a call on our platforms to see what Scots would like the BBC to play instead of the national anthem.

READ MORE: Minister Chris Philp calls for national anthem to be sung more

Lots of answers acknowledged that God Save the Queen is already played on Radio 4 last thing at night, but here are people's suggestions for alternative options...

No Future (God Save the Queen)

One response suggested the broadcasting house played the "other God Save The Queen", as performed by the Sex Pistols. 

Yes Sir I Can Boogie 

After Scotland men qualified for the 2020 Euros, Yes Sir I Can Boogie became the unofficial Scottish anthem and proved a popular choice for respondents. 

Always Look on the Bright Side of Life

Some respondents optimistically suggested Always Look on the Bright Side of Life from Monty Python.

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It's The End Of The World As We Know It 

Less optimistically, someone else suggested REM's It's The End Of The World As We Know It...

Highway to Hell

A couple of people suggested Highway to Hell by AC/DC.

The EU anthem

The EU anthem is Beethoven's Ode to Joy. 

Rage Against the Machine 

Rage Against the Machine was another popular answer.

The Archers

Lots of people proposed the Archers theme tune thanks to Billy Connolly's famous sketch. 

Another Fine Mess

One respondent suggested the Laurel and Hardy theme tune Another Fine Mess might be most appropriate. 

Old England 

The Waterboy's Old England also made the list. 

Donald Where's Your Troosers?

A classic. 

The theme from Jaws

The universal sound for danger. 

Scotland the Brave

This tune often played on the bagpipes was another popular response. 

I Predict a Riot 

I Predict a Riot by the Kaiser Chiefs also got a shout out. 

London Bridge Has Fallen Down

One respondent suggested London Bridge Has Fallen Down.

I Want To Break Free 

Queen's I Want To Break Free featured in the responses. 

Any other ideas? Let us know in the comments.