King Solomon had at least two hit songs 3000 years after he died, "Turn, turn, turn" by the Byrds and "Don't worry, Be happy" Bobby McFerrin. Beethoven had a hit with his fifth symphony "A Fifth of Beethoven" 150 years after he died and Johann Sebastian Bach had his "Lover's Concerto" covered by The Toys in 1965, 250 years post mortem. "Morning Has Broken" lyrics by Eleanor Farjeon but the tune is Bunnessan and it's only attribution is "ancient Irish Melody". That's what separates a Classic from a Hit. Staying Power. Lazy day, not a name of a band (I think) but it just feels that way.