Top 10 Songs in the world
Everyone has a song in their life. All have one, if not dozens: a memorable love song, the best wedding song, breakup, or friendship song. Music is the first thing that springs to mind when someone hears the term 'Song.' Whether a toddler, a child, or an adult, everyone listens to music, whether it is rock, pop, romantic, or EDM. With the mobility and accessibility of music nowadays, it has become easier for everyone to enjoy music whenever and wherever. There's a playlist for every emotion, a song for each occasion that lasts with memories. Millions of songs are released in various categories and genres worldwide every year. Songs from a previous generation are sometimes forgotten as new cool songs emerge. Songs from the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s were not as technically advanced as songs today, but they are still as good as they were back then. A list of top 10 best evergreen songs globally is given below.
1. A nation once again, Wolfe Tones.
Thomas Osborne Davis wrote the song A Nation Once Again in 1840, at the time when Ireland was under British rule. One of Ireland's most well-known folk songs represents Irish independence. The song's narrator dreams of a time when Ireland will be, as the title suggests, a free land, with "our fetters rent in twain." The lyrics exhort Irishmen to stand up and fight for their land: "And righteous men must make our land a nation once again." In 1972, Wolf Tones re-recorded this song, and it was voted the world's most famous song by listeners to the BBC World Service.
2. Vande Mataram by Various Artists
This is a patriotic Hindi song written by a well-known poet Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyaya in 1870s. Vande Matram is also the National Song of India. Various Styles of this song have been shown in several films like Leader, Amar Asha, and Anand Math. The famous singer Lata Mangeshkar and K.S.Chithra gave voice to this beautiful song which was featured in the movie Anand Math (1952).
3. Dil Dil Pakistan by Vital Signs
"Dil Dil Pakistan" was Vital Signs' first authentic taste of success in 1987. It quickly became everyone's favorite song. It is a sort of modern Pakistani national anthem. In a 2003 BBC World Service online poll of popular songs, "Dil Dil Pakistan" came third. The official music video was shot in Pakistan's capital, Islamabad. Golf Club, Shakar Parian, and Constitution Avenue were among the filming venues in Islamabad. The band members are seen in the movie playing instruments in open fields, riding bikes, and driving a Jeep throughout the city, accentuating the most attractive, hilly locations. The group plays by the side of a tiny hill with "I Love Pakistan" inscribed in huge letters on a boulder in one scene. The band performs in a modest studio with a plain green backdrop and strong lights near the end of the video. Synthesizers, keyboards, a major chord progression, and a memorable chorus hook are all hallmarks of 1990s pop music.
4. Rakkamma Kaiya Thattu, llayaraaja
This Tamil language song is featured in the 1991 movie "Thalapathy," an Indian version of The Godfather. S. P. Balasubramaniam and Swarnalatha gave their voice to this song. Isaignani Ilayaraaja was the film's musical composer. It was named the fourth most popular song worldwide in a poll conducted by the BBC World Service in 2002. The song lyrics were mixed from Tevaram, a saiva religious poetry under the Direction of Mani Ratnam.
5. Pinchum Nadakkuthu, Poovum Nadakkuthu, Thirumalai Chandran's
"Mugungal," a Tamil Tiger film, depicts the Tamil struggle in Sri Lanka. This song means as the flower walks, the bud also walks.
6. Ana wa Laila, (Me and Laila) Kazem El Saher
Ana wa Laila is an Iraqi song sung by Kazem El-Saher. He is one of the most popular and prominent pop singers of Iraq. Ana wa Laila, a song from his early career (the late 1990s), is about his troubled love for Laila. Hassan al-Marwani wrote this romantic poem. "Ana Wa Laila" was voted sixth among the 10 most popular tunes in the world on the BBC World Service.
7. Reetu haruma timi hariyali basant hau nadihruma timi pabitra ganga hau, Arun Thapa
It is a highly beautiful song with the title "You are the spring among the seasons," from one of Nepal's most famous pop artists, Thapa. Thapa was afflicted with lung and liver disease, and passed away in 1999. He began his singing career almost 50 years ago when he first performed his songs on Radio Nepal in 1971. Thapa's songs are well-liked by people from all walks of life.
8. Believe, Cher
Cher is a 60s American singer and actress. Her song "Believe" was a number one record in the United Kingdom in 1998 spending seven weeks at the top of the charts, and became the year's best-selling track. "Believe" was composed by Brian Higgins, Stuart McLennen, Paul Barry, Steven Torch, Matthew Gray, Timothy Powell and Cher and was produced by Mark Taylor and Brian Rawling.
9. Chaiyya Chaiyya , A R Rahman's
Sukhinder Singh, a Punjabi folk singer, gave voice to Chaiyya Chaiyya. It is an Indian pop-folk song visualized in soundtrack of the Bollywood film "Dil Se." The song is based on Sufi music and Urdu poetry, written by Gulzar. It is composed by the film's music director; A R Rahman, one of the top music directors in Bollywood. Mani Ratnam directed the music video, which features Shah Rukh Khan and Malaika Arora performing the song on top of a moving train. "Chaiyya Chaiyya" was a major economic success in India, selling over six million units and gaining a cult following. It is frequently cited as an influential tune in Hindi film. The BBC World Service ran an international survey in 2002 to determine the top ten most popular songs of all time, and "Chaiyya Chaiyya" came in ninth place.
10. Bohemian Rhapsody, Queen
It is the only album to top the UK chart twice, first in November 1975 and again in December 1991, selling more than one million copies each time. This song depicts the life of a 'bohemian.' This six-minute pop opera is widely regarded as the first pop song to have its video, and it consistently topped many surveys in the United Kingdom.
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