There are some songs on your iPod absolutely guaranteed to put a smile on your face no matter how you might be feeling, right?
Whether it reminds you of a holiday with the girls, a night out with the boyfriend or a weekend away with the family, our iPod is a veritable feels-fest.
And while memories and music are inextricably linked, it looks like there's one particular song which appeals to everyone across the board.
According to a group of researchers at the University of Missouri, Queen's Don't Stop Me Now has the ability to transport EVERYBODY to their happy place.
After surveying 2,000 people, neuroscientist Jacob Jolij studied 126 songs across a 50-year period and ultimately created a formula which determined which song would take the crown for 'the Happiest Song in the World'.
"The pattern was very clear," he explained. "The average tempo of a ‘feel good’-song was substantially higher than the average pop song."
"Where the average tempo of pop songs is around 118 beats per minute (BPM), the list of feel good songs had an average tempo of around 140 to 150 BPM."
And according to Jacob, Freddie and the crew were the clear champions… not for the first time either.