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Song Trivia Quiz Fun Facts

Are you ready to uncover our fun facts about songs that still hold memories in the heart of its listeners?

They've been the best means of communication amongst us, it's time to discover more than what was sung with some fascinating facts you didn't think of.

Song Fun Facts

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Since 1996, Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men have held the record for the most weeks at #1 until Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee, and Justin Bieber tied them in 2017 with "Despacito." In 2019, Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus broke the record with the song "Old Town Road," which spent 19 weeks at the top of the charts.
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Originally recorded in 1973, Candle in the Wind was recorded for Elton John's album "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road." Following the death of Princess Diana, the singer chose to re-record it and perform it at her funeral.
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Singers are constantly writing songs that they end up giving to others. Sia is known for penning one of Rihanna's biggest hits, Diamonds.
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Friends in Low Places is one of the most popular country songs of all time by country sensation Garth Brooks. Released in 1998, this song helped Brooks' career and solidified him as the best-selling country music artist of all time.
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A Moment Like This is the song Kelly Clarkson won with on American Idol. Each winner is promised a record deal and this song was the very first hit of several hits the singer would put out.
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In the late '90s, singers Brandy and Monica teamed up for the song The Boy is Mine. Their relationship later deteriorated over who the song actually belonged to.
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In 1975, Run D.M.C. and Aerosmith collaborated on the song Walk This Way which appeared on Aerosmith's album Toys in the Attic. The song has since been inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame.
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My Heart Will Go On would go on to be the most popular song of Celine Dion's career. As the theme to the film Titanic, the song won the Academy Award for Best Original Song as well as receiving Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and more at the 1999 Grammy Awards.
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In 1967, The Beatles released the song Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds, a song that appeared in the movie Yellow Submarine.
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Eminem is one of the few rappers who has won an Oscar for Best Song. He won in 2002 with his song Lose Yourself from the film 8 Mile. The song was up against music from films that included Chicago, Frida, and Gangs of New York.
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Adele landed on the music scene in 2009 with her first album, 19. While the song would give her quick recognition, the artist blew up on the scene with her first hit on her album 21, Someone Like You.