Ed Sheeran has entered a chart of the most-popular songs played at funerals.

For the first time ever since the biennial exercise began in 2002 there are no traditional hymns in the top 10 list of tracks.

New entries this year include Sheeran’s “Supermarket Flowers” and the Westlife version of “You Raise Me Up”.

Frank Sinatra’s “My Way” remains in the No. 1 spot, closely followed by Andrea Bocelli and Sarah Brightman’s “Time To Say Goodbye” and Eva Cassidy’s “Over The Rainbow”.

Co-op Funeralcare said, according to ITV: “We’re always encouraging people to be more open about their funeral wishes.”

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David Collingwood, Director of Funerals at the Co-op, added: “We all live such unique lives and funerals should completely reflect that. Each element of a funeral is a very personal decision which is why the music choice plays such an important and impactful role.”

“We’re always encouraging people to be more open about their funeral wishes, making it clear to their loved ones what they would want for themselves when the time comes.”

“Even knowing what song someone would have wanted can bring such comfort at an incredibly hard time.”

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See the top 10 tracks below:

1. “My Way” – Frank Sinatra (non-mover)
2. “Time To Say Goodbye” – Andrea Bocelli and Sarah Brightman (non-mover)
3. “Over The Rainbow” – Eva Cassidy (non-mover)
4. “Wind Beneath My Wings” – Bette Midler (non-mover)
5. “Angels” – Robbie Williams (re-entry)
6. “Supermarket Flowers” – Ed Sheeran (new entry)
7. “Unforgettable” – Nat King Cole (up three places)
8. “You Raise Me Up” – Westlife (new entry)
9. “We’ll Meet Again” – Vera Lynn (down three places)
10. “Always Look on the Bright Side of Life” – Eric Idle, from Monty Python’s ‘Life of Brian’ (down two places)