If you want to sing happy birthday in many languages follow the familiar tune that English speakers use when they sing “Happy Birthday.” The famous melody was originally written as a children’s song called “Good Morning to All” by sisters Mildred Hill and Patty Smith Hill in the late 1800s (maybe based off a folk tune).
In this video feature you can listen different melodies that might not be recognizable to your ear. If you’re used to the English version of the song, you might not even recognize that the songs from Russia, Iran, Sweden, or Greece are birthday songs.
Instead the song from Germany, Georgia, Lebanon, China, follow the “Good Morning to All” tune. The video also features input from some people whose native countries don’t sing any songs at all.
Can you sing happy birthday in another language?
Spanish — ¡Feliz cumpleaños!
French — Bon anniversaire !
German — Alles Gute zum Geburtstag!
Italian — Buon compleanno!
Practice your international birthday-celebration skills using the video below.
Do other countries sing the happy birthday song?
Other countries around the world have birthday celebrations with a specific song to congratulate someone on the anniversary of their birth. In this video 70 People from Many Places in the world show you how to sing the Happy Birthday song in their country. Find out how to belt out the best birthday wishes in German, French, Spanish, Italian, Hindi, Bengali, Punjabi, Mandarin, Russian, Japanese, and more!
Can you guess which country?
In the comment down below which country and language are mentioned in this video to win a nice birthday gift.
Is today your birthday?
If you’re throwing a birthday party or planning a dinner at the your favorite restaurant, I give you my Wishes and invitation to Birthday Clubs for free stuffs.