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            • also mandated that Warner/Chappell return $14 million to people who had paid to use the song (a nice birthday present, if a little late).

              It’s still not completely clear where the song originated or if Warner/Chappell ever actually held the copyright at all, but the prevailing theory is that it was written in 1893 by Patty and Mildred Hill.

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            S9 Express
            3 days ago

            always thought it was never in TV shows or anything because it cost a whole lot to use

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            austin FOX
            12 hours ago

            Yes it is

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            Lillian Torke
            2 days ago

            no, it's not you must still realize how we sing it today if it was then after they sing the happy birthday song your parents would be standing outside hading somebody money

            It's public domain

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            O-zy Ha
            3 days ago

            yes it is obz

            yes it still is!