The highest-earning songs of all time

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'Candle in the Wind' by Elton John and Bernie Taupin: -Elton John and his writing partner, Bernie Taupin, wrote the song 'Candle in the Wind' in 1973. 

'Every Breath You Take' by Sting: - Sting wrote the hit song 'Every Breath You Take' while he was performing with The Police in 1983.

'Stand by Me' by Ben E. King, Jerry Leiber, and Mike Stoller: -'Stand By Me' was written in 1961 by composers Ben E. King and Mike Stoller and lyricist Jerry Leiber. It was performed by Ben E. 

'Despacito' by Luis Rodriguez, Ramon Ayala, and Erika Ender: -Released in 2017, 'Despacito' became the third best-selling song in history.

'Happy Birthday' by The Hill Sisters: -The 'Happy Birthday' song was created in 1893 by two sisters from Louisville, Kentucky. 

'White Christmas' by Irving Berlin: -'White Christmas' is the quintessential Christmas song. However, it was written by Russian composer Irving Berlin.

'Unchained Melody' by Alex North and Hy Zaret: -Composers Alex North and Hy Zaret wrote the song 'Unchained Melody' for a little-known film called 'Unchained' in 1955.

'Shape of You' by Ed Sheeran, Steve Mac, and Johnny McDaid: -Ed Sheeran's 2017 song 'Shape of You' is one of the best-selling songs of all time.

'Oh Pretty Woman' by Roy Orbison and Bill Dees: -Roy Orbison's song 'Oh Pretty Woman,' written by himself and Bill Dees, wasn't a huge commercial success when it was first released in 1964.

'Yesterday' by John Lennon and Paul McCartney: -The Beatles' famous song 'Yesterday' was written entirely by John Lennon.

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