What is song with the name Sarah Lee Greyson in it?
The only song that includes the name Sarah Lee Greyson, or any given name, is the song Happy Birthday, as you must insert the name of the birthday girl or boy.
This comes from a classic riddle where a poor man tells a rich man that he knows all of the songs in the world. The rich man then bets that the poor man cannot sing a song with his daughter’s name in it, Sarah Lee Greyson. The poor man then sings the song Happy Birthday and wins the bet.
The melody for the Happy Birthday song was written by Patty and Mildred Hill in 1893, and was first used in the song Good Morning to All. The Time-Warner Corporation makes about $5,000 a day in royalties as it owns the rights to the song. Any time the song is used in the movies, on TV, on the radio or at an event open to the public, a royalty is required to be paid.