The Ultimate Top 5 Chordified Songs for May!

We’re back with a new ultimate Top 5 list of all the songs you’ve been playing along with. It seems as though last month’s trend of playing the epic ballads of the movie Frozen is over and done with and so is Adele’s supreme worldwide reign over the charts.

We do have a surprising numero uno in the US by the way.  Seems many of you were feeling a little blue in the dabadee sort of way  and decided that music in general, and this one hit wonder in particular, was the best remedy…go ahead and check it out and all the others topping the Chordify charts!

Europe
1. Ed Sheeran – Thinking Out Loud
2. Leiva – Terriblemente Cruel
3. Justin Bieber – Love Yourself
4. Alvaro Soler – Sofia
5. Lukas Graham – 7 Years

Leiva – Terriblemente Cruel

North America
1. Eiffel 65 – Blue (Da Ba Dee)
2. Lukas Graham – 7 Years
3. Tori Kelly – Hollow
4. Adele – Hello
5. Tori Kelly – Dear No One

NorthAmericaEiffel 65 – Blue (Da Ba Dee)

Asia
1. Navicula – Rainbow Warrior
2. Navicula – Is Me
3. Duman – Yanıbaşımdan
4. Eyal Golan – Ach Yakar
5. JJ Lin – Twilight 

AsiaNavicula – Is Me

South America
1. Ráfaga – Una Cerveza
2. Carlos Vives – Bailar Contigo
3. Los Hermanos Medina – Quédate Con Él
4. Luciano Pereyra – Dos Mundos
5. Allpa Sumac – Por los Caminos (Live)  

Carlos VivesCarlos Vives – Bailar Contigo

Oceania
1. Gnash ft. Olivia O’Brien – i hate u, i love u
2. Make It Pop – Misfits
3. Make It Pop – We Doin’ It
4. Paul Carrack – Sleep On It
5. Make It Pop – You Make It Better

Make-it-popMake It Pop

The rules & the metrics
To get the most relevant and least puzzling results, we’ve laid down a couple of ground rules for filtering all the chordified songs. First off, we’ve used Google Analytics and YouTube (since it’s the most popular platform). And because there are a lot of versions and variations of songs on a gazillion different channels, we’ve only counted the songs from official accounts and channels. The result is a big pile of songs, filtered across five continents.

And a final note for those who are worried about privacy or possibly somewhat ashamed of their guilty pleasures: it’s all big data, not individual results. If you secretly want to learn to play the entire Frozen soundtrack, don’t worry, we can’t trace it back to you!

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