The music world has never had so many great music writers and songwriters on the same team.

So it is great to see that a couple of years ago the world’s best songwriters and songmakers decided to collaborate and work on a new global anthem for the world cup.

The song was titled ‘Love is love’, and it was written and produced by world class musicians and song-writers from all around the world, including many of the world famous songwriters of today.

We have compiled a list of the best global anthem songs, and the artists and songs that they are from, as well as the inspiration behind the song, to help you better understand how this song came about.

The World Cup song is titled ‘Let’s Go To The World’ by the World Cup, and it is one of the most well-known global anthem.

The title ‘Let the World Go’ was originally inspired by the iconic song by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, entitled ‘Beatlemania’.

In the song the Beatles sang: “Let’s go to the world!” which translates to “Let the world go!” in English.

The phrase is often translated as ‘Let us go to paradise’, and in the song it is used to express a feeling of joy or love.

It has been widely used as a slogan during the footballing season in many countries around the globe.

This song is based on the lyrics of John Lennon, who was in love with the singer, and wrote and recorded the lyrics for the song himself.

In the first verse of the song ‘Let The World Go’, Lennon wrote: “If I could go anywhere, I’d like to go somewhere where the sun shines.”

The second verse, ‘It’s a world of love’ was written by British songwriter and lyricist John Hughes.

The lyrics read: “Love is the only road to paradise.”

In the third verse, written by French songwriter, Michel Bouygues, the words ‘Let there be peace’ were added to the chorus.

This line was inspired by an old adage: “Peace is the one thing that is missing”.

In the final verse, sung by Canadian singer and songwriter Robyn and Chris, the line ‘There’s no such thing as a bad day’ was added.

The final song title was ‘Love Is Love’ by John and Paul Lennon and McCartney.

The original lyrics of the ‘Let There Be Peace’ were written in 1965, and this song was first recorded in 1973.

In 1973, McCartney wrote the first single ‘Let It Be’, which is an acoustic song written by McCartney and Lennon.

The first version of the Beatles song ‘Love Me Do’ was released in 1976.

The Beatles’ ‘Imagine’ and ‘Imagine I Am’ were both recorded in 1972 and 1972 respectively.

‘Let it be love’ is the first global anthem that has been made using a modern version of McCartney’s original ‘Let’ and Lennon’s ‘I am’.

This song was written for the World Cups 2002 World Cup Qualifiers, and was played during the matches.

It is one a great example of the international songwriting and production industry.

This global anthem was created by musicians from all over the world and is inspired by both Lennon’s love for the Beatles and McCartney’s love of Canada.

The artist responsible for this song is the late John Lennon.

This is an important song because it is about love, and Lennon never stopped writing songs for love, including songs like ‘I’m Not Sorry’, ‘I Can’t Explain’ and many others.

The singer, Chris Harrison, is the lead singer of The Beatles.

This amazing song is one that I wrote in the mid 90s.

The chorus is ‘It was a good day to be alive’.

This is the most iconic and beautiful song of all time.

The line ‘It is the end of the road to nowhere’ is a line Lennon wrote in his famous ‘Imagine’.

It is also one of my favourite lines of all-time, and I would like to dedicate this song to Lennon and his wife, Yoko Ono.

This was the song that McCartney first wrote to Yoko.

It was written in 1977 and it has never been released.

Lennon and Lennon are very close friends and have shared a lot of memories, such as the time they shared a Christmas party at the Hollywood Hills in California in 1974.

Lennon said: “I don’t remember Yoko on the piano playing that song, but I do remember him doing it.

I did a live recording of it and he did it too.

I wrote that on the bus in Santa Monica, California, the night before Christmas in 1974.”

Lennon’s second and third solo albums ‘Love Will Find You’ and McCartney – The Beatles II – were recorded in 1977.

Lennon also recorded the Beatles’ first single, ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’, in 1979.

The Lennon-McCartney song ‘I Will Always Love You’ was a hit with millions of people around the