According to the 1998 Guinness Book of Records Happy Birthday is the most recognisable song in the English Language. 
This history of this is disputed, however the accepted history is that it is based on a song by the Hill sisters called 'Good Morning to All' 
The lyrics of Happy Birthday first appeared in 1935  and was copywritten, this copyright would have expired 75 years later in 2010. This was overturned by a judge  who ruled
In a stunning reversal of decades of copyright claims, the judge ruled that Warner/Chappell never had the right to charge for the use of the “Happy Birthday To You” song. Warner had been enforcing a copyright since 1988, when it bought Birch Tree Group, the successor to Clayton F. Summy Co., which claimed the original disputed copyright.
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Note: This version includes a dotted quaver semiquaver rhythm which is not covered in level 2 - however it is accepted that everyone plays this rhythm so it should be included.
Hands Together Demonstration Video
Left Hand Demonstration Video
Right Hand Demonstration Video
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