Happy Birthday Song To Download Free!
Download Happy Birthday Songs Free? It's that time of year again, let somebody know your thinking about them on their special day by sending them a free birthday greeting. Similar to an e-card these birthday videos are quickly becoming popular. Birthday greetings to download in many languages including English, French, Spanish, German, Hindi, Arabic and more! Choose from a growing selection of colourful animations! Put a smile on someones face today. You can download our songs in mp3 format today for free, or maybe you would prefer one of our amazing mp4 birthday song videos!
We think Birthdays are such a special time so have decided to dedicate this page to Happy Birthday songs. We have alot more content to add to this page so do come back. Remember sharing is caring.
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5 INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT THE HAPPY BIRTHDAY SONG
- The Happy Birthday song is one of the highest earning songs of all time and has made over $50 million in it's lifetime!
- "Happy Birthday To You" is one of the most recognised songs in the English language according to the Guinness Book of World Records.
- "Happy Birthday To You" has been translated to around 18 different languages including Spanish, German, French, Dutch, Arabic, Hebrew and more!
- The song "Happy Birthday To You" dates back to as early as 1893, originally called "Good Morning To You" It was originally written by two sisters from Kentucky, Mildred and Patti Smith Hill. The melody to "Good Morning To You" has the same melody we use to sing Happy Birthday today.
- Singing "Happy Birthday To You" may actually make Birthday cake taste better according to researchers from Harvard University of Minnesota. Taking part in the singing ritual before eating food increases the enjoyment for the food.