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thething912
Friday 11th of April 2008 06:38:55 AM
Famous songs.: What would you say is the most famous song in your language? Thanks.


djr33
Friday 11th of April 2008 07:11:08 AM
Are you asking internationally or within the group who speak the language?

I'd say the Beatles are probably the top for English, or maybe Elvis.

Also, I suppose we should not include all of the famous classical composers of whom we all are familiar.

On a slightly off topic note, I would suggest that the happy birthday song (owned once my Michael Jackson just for some fun trivia) is probably the most translated/used song in various languages every language class I've had has some version, even Arabic.


hamid18
Tuesday 15th of April 2008 09:28:02 PM
Mariah Carey is right behind them as well. Although most people internationally know her for her r&b/hip hop mixes, she's not really known internationally for her earlier ballads and pop mixes aside from Vision of Love.


mayor
Sunday 20th of April 2008 09:09:40 AM
Mariah Carey singr or body? mmmm. Song in Australia it varys alot on age season etc.For me for the Vets it would be, I was only 19. By Redgum.But worldwide Maybe jinglebells or some commercial shit like that


aishia22
Wednesday 28th of May 2008 10:17:58 PM
Famous Songs: The term "jazz singer" indicates that the individual specializes in that genre of music. ... And I would be correct calling Ray Charles a County and Western singer or why wouldn't be?
Hello, is anyone home? One of the most famous songs that Billy Holiday sang

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