First and foremost, if you’ve never taken a CPR class, please do. It may be one of the most useful things you ever learn to do.
Second, if you don’t know the classic Bee Gees song “Stayin’ Alive”, learn it.
The American Heart Association recommends that to revive a stopped heart, you should perform CPR at 100 compressions per minute. The Stayin’ Alive song is 103 beats per minute, making it the almost perfect song to perform CPR to. Imagine that! What a fitting title too.
On the other hand, the song “Another one bites the dust” by Queen has almost the perfect number of beats per minute too, but it might not be one that you want to be heard humming to as you try to revive a dying heart.
This might sound funny, but it’s serious stuff. Learn CPR. You may save a life.