I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing (Kalimba Tab)
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I’d like to teach the world to sing is a pop song that began as a commercial jingle. The Hillside Singers sang it for Coca-Cola in 1971, and it was produced by Billy Davis.
The song was initially released as a joke, but it quickly became a hit. DJs across the country were bombarded with requests to play the song, and it quickly rose to the top of the charts. Coca-Cola and its bottlers received over 100,000 letters about the song alone, according to the company, helping to boost sales and improve the brand’s already global reputation.
This song has been passed down through the generations all over the world. This jingle is still enjoyed by both grandparents and grandchildren, making it an excellent choice for learning on the kalimba. It still sounds great and reminds me of the Coca-Cola commercial for which it was created. You can master the sound of this song with a little practise, allowing you to teach your children and show other family members!
I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing – Kalimba Tab
NOTES & LYRICS:
A G A C A G A C A D E D E D
I’d like to build the world a home, and fur-nish it with love.
E D E G E D E G E C D C A G
Grow ap-ple trees and hon-ey-bees and snow-white tur-tle doves.
A G A D A G A C A D E D E D
I’d like to teach the world to sing In pe-rfect har-mo-ny.
E D E G E D E G E C D C A C
I’d like to hold it in my arms, and keep it com-pa-ny.
I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing FAQs
Who was the singer of the song I’d like to teach the rest of the world to sing?
“I’d Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony)” is a popular song that began as a jingle in Coca-groundbreaking Cola’s “Hilltop” television commercial in 1971. The New Seekers performed the song, which was produced by Billy Davis and had a positive message.
When did New Seekers’ “I’d like to teach the world to sing” become a reality?
“I’d Like To Teach The World To Sing” by the New Seekers peaked at #7 on Billboard’s Hot Top 100 chart on January 9th, 1972 (for 2 weeks); it had entered the chart on November 28th, 1971 and spent 11 weeks there.