Queen's song "Don't Stop Me Now" was recognized as the most uplifting song during the pandemic
Queen's Song Becomes The Most Life-Affirming Song During The COVID-19 Pandemic
In the UK, a study was conducted on the topic of the most life-affirming melodies that can quickly cheer people up during the coronavirus pandemic. Most of the respondents voted for Queen's song "Don't Stop Me Now", which was released back in 1979.

The second place went to the famous ABBA hit "Dancing Queen", and Bon Jovi's hit "Living on the prayer" closed the pedestal, according to the Daily Mail.

Also in the top five were "Walking on Sunshine" by Katrina and the Waves and "Good Vibrations", sung by The Beach Boys.

Nine out of ten people surveyed said that music plays a very important role in their lives. Approximately 85% of people said listening to their favorite songs was vital to their mental and physical health.

Three quarters of OnePoll survey participants listen to motivational tracks while doing household chores, and 24% when cooking.

It is noteworthy that your favorite songs increase the production of endorphins, the so-called "good mood hormones" and dopamine, which promotes pleasure.

Source: Dailymail

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