Which is the most heard song in the world?

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Which is the most heard song in the world? The song that has reached the most coveted ears the most times? How many times have you heard a song over and over again? Oh, is that the happy birthday song that comes to your mind now? Happy Birthday to you … or the nursery rhyme that cried and finally chirped? Twinkle Twinkle Little Star … so to speak, let’s leave such mouthpieces in their song for the time being! Of the millions of songs recorded in the studio and reaching the audience, the question is which song has earned that status?

Is it The Beatles’ ‘Yesterday’ (1965) that has been heard over seven million times on US radio alone? Or is it Dritus Brothers’ You Have Lost That Loving Feeling (1964), which has been heard over eight million times? Or is it Irving Berlin ” White Christmas’? Let all speculation stand there. This week’s note is based on the claim of its lineup that the search for the most listened song in the world brings us to this song. Isn’t that a claim, sometimes right or wrong. According to the old estimate that the world has heard this song 50 million times (that number may have grown by now!) The historical anthem is:

Its a small world

Yes, you can not help but hear this song. This is not a movie song. This is the theme song of Walt Disney’s playground for children all over the world. A magical address to the generations who keep childhood in mind. A childhood song about a man who closes his eyes when he sleeps, cries when he touches his stomach with his finger, jumps against the walls when he is given a key and hits his head. The smile of a child’s mind. When you’ve heard this song at least once as a child, did you remember that it’s the most listened to song in the world?

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The song, which has been celebrated by the older generation for the past half century, was first heard around the world at UNICEF’s World Fair in New York in 1964. When the loudspeaker in the pavilion shouted ‘Pepsi presents Walt Disney it’s a small world’, no one would have thought that the song was born with a melody that could reach most ears. (The song has been played with each ride at various Disney parks for the past 52 years. The song is repeated at least 1,200 times a day, counting the sixteen hours of each Disney Park.

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Disney Pope, of childhood

Mind-blowing magician …

Walter Elias Disney, an American entrepreneur, animator, voice actor and filmmaker, was first introduced to us by Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck, who stared at our children’s eyes in the dolls of the dollhouse. The magician who molded the entertainments of the twentieth century. The magician who accompanied our childhood by giving movement, speech and dynamism to the still silent puppets. The connoisseur who still subdues us with the memories of childhood. Disney-designed theme parks still stand out as the world’s favorite childhood playgrounds.

Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy are just some of the characters he introduced us to. Disney may have given its own voice to Mickey Mouse in order to talk to people around the world. There is no other genius in the history of the world who has garnered so many Oscars and Academy nominations. Disneyland eventually lost its genius to children’s playgrounds, eventually giving it its own name. Each Disney park is a celebration tent for children. Disney’s colleague and songwriter Robert B. Snyder once asked Disney to compose a theme song for his ‘Children of the World’ park. Sherman and Richard M. Asked Sherman.

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‘I want a song that can be translated into all languages ​​and sung merrily with rides in the parks.’ This was Disney’s need. The Sherman brothers soon wrote the first line: “It’s a small world afterall …” That’s why Disney insisted that its theme song should be a message of peace, joy and friendship. The song was composed just as Disney wanted it to be, when the lyrics were composed by the Sherman brothers in a folk song that smelled of childhood. Disney changed the name of the park to “Like” the song. The song itself gave the park its name. It’s a small world … It’s a small world, but anyone who has ever visited these water theme parks knows that it’s a big world. A magical world waiting for those who have not yet given up childhood. New song … Every generation has a new song …

It’s a world of laughter, a world of tears.

It’s a world of hopes and a world of fears.

There’s so much that we share,

That it’s time we’re aware

It’s a small world after all.

There is just one moon and one golden sun.

And a smile means friendship to everyone.

Though the mountains divide,

And the oceans are wide

It’s a small world after all

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