This year’s list of most memorable music songs for children was created by researchers from the Music Studio and the Academy of Music Sciences in conjunction with the Academy Awards.
The list was based on data collected from children between the ages of six and 12 in more than 80 countries.
The winners were determined based on what children said were the most memorable musical moments from a specific song.
The songs included “Happy Birthday,” “Dancing in the Dark” and “My Baby’s Gotta Fly.”
The top three songs on the list were chosen based on their popularity in the US, which includes the US as one of the most popular countries for music.
“Dance in the Moon” has been nominated for the Oscar in three different categories: best song (best children’s film), best animated film and best original score.
“My Big Fat Greek Wedding” has won the Best Children’s Film category in five consecutive years, and is currently the highest-earning children’s movie of all time.
The top five songs were chosen from the following categories: “Christmas,” “Baba O’Riley,” “Killing of a Sacred Deer” and the song “Hallelujah.”
Read more: http://www.newser.com/articles/2017/05/22/top-childrens-music-shows-how-the-worlds-favorite-song-is-a-disaster-for-kids/