Louis Armstrong's What a Wonderful World voted the song to unite us all

The votes are in and On the Coast listeners have spoken - find out what they chose as the song to unite us all.

Armstrong's 1967 classic earned nearly 50 per cent of the vote and beat out The Beatles and Bob Dylan

On the Coast listeners voted Louis Armstrong's 'What a Wonderful World' as the one song that will unite us all. (Herbert Behrens/Anefo/Nationaal Archief)

The votes are in and On the Coast listeners have spoken —  Louis Armstrong's What a Wonderful World is the song that will unite us all.

The 1967 classic garnered nearly 50 per cent of the vote, beating the other nominees by a wide margin.

"We started this contest because so many people were angry about our song selection," said On the Coast's Lisa Christiansen.

"But when it comes down to it, it's good to know our audience chose a song that was so positive."

Here are the results:

  1. What a Wonderful World - Louis Armstrong 46%
  2. Here Comes the Sun - The Beatles 32% 
  3. Bobcaygeon - The Tragically Hip 12% 
  4. Hey Ya! - Outkast 6% 
  5. Don't Think Twice It's Alright - Bob Dylan 5% 

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