Which song made the most money?

It depends on what you mean by most money, but if you’re looking for a song that’s sold the most copies throughout history, Irving Berlin’s “White Christmas” (1942) is most people’s favorite choice with almost as many copies sold as there are currently songs on Tidal. Talk about making good quality music! 

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If we’re talking overall profit, “Happy Birthday to You” is the ultimately most profitable song of all time with public use incurring royalties that ultimately resulted in songwriter Warner Chapell earning an approximate $2 000 000 every year since 1935 when it was introduced. 

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