A man receives cardiopulmonary resuscitation training from a paramedic in the nation's capital. (Photo by Katherine Frey / The Washington Post, 2016) You may have heard that Bee Gees 'Stayin' Alive is the perfect beat for CPR. But this is not the only song that can provide a soundtrack to chest compressions in an emergency. If you know Lady Gaga's "Just Dance", Stray Cats "Rock This Town" or Beyoncé's "Crazy in Love", you already know a song that could help you save lives. the The "Songs to do CPR to" playlist on Spotify brings together these songs and more. The playlist, developed by the NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, features songs with a tempo of between 100 and 120 beats per minute – the ideal rhythm for chest compressions that save lives if you have to perform CPR. This is part of the CPR's "hands-only" hospital initiative, which aims to raise awareness that you could save a life simply by using your hands. Contrary to popular belief, CPR can be performed without mouth-to-mouth breathing. If you see a person collapse and stop breathing, you can ask for help, then start compressing the person's chest at a rate of two compressions per second – about the beat of, let's say, the words "Girls just want to have fun" Cyndi Lauper. compressions could make the difference between life and death. According to the American Heart Association, less than half of people in cardiac arrest get help from a third before emergency professionals arrive. . Bystander CPR can increase the chances of survival, helping to pump oxygenated blood into the patient's veins and keeping the brain and body alive. The playlist is not meant to be played during compressions, but just to help you find a song to sing for yourself each time you press the hand. Defining what to do in an emergency now – even if it's just "what's going on" by Marvin Gaye or Gnarls Barkley's "Crazy" – could help you and others the next time you face an emergency. Instead of staying next to or hesitating because you're not sure, you only have to hum a song like that of "Quit the games (with my heart)" from the Backstreet Boys and start saving a life. Read more Her guest started to choke and she did not know what to do If you thought CPR was too difficult, start humming "Stayin 'Alive" and read this.