Veteran singer Shirley Bassey says she would be happy to do another Bond theme.
The 80-year-old singing legend previously lent her voice to three of the popular film franchise's iconic themes, having famously sang "Goldfinger" for the movie of the same name in 1964, "Diamonds Are Forever" for the 1971 feature, and "Moonraker" for the 1979 movie.
"I have to be asked, of course, and perhaps there are other plans in place, but I like the James Bond films and I'd certainly be happy to do another one," she told Daily Star.
The singer says while she was happy with the success of "Goldfinger" she still cannot stop noticing the mistakes in her recording of "Moonraker".
"I was delighted ('Goldfinger') became so popular and people still want to hear it. With ('Moonraker') there were a couple of notes not quite right in the recording. Every time I hear it, I notice it.
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