LONDON — The “Food Paradise” song is making its way around the internet.
The video, which shows a young girl in a plastic bag sitting in a supermarket with the words “Happy Holidays,” has been viewed more than a million times.
“Food Paradise,” which was written by the late British songwriter and musician John Lennon, has been watched nearly 2 million times on YouTube in just two days, according to a report by UK entertainment site CricInfo.
This is not the first time the song has reached millions of YouTube views.
Last week, the song was the top-grossing video in Britain, becoming the highest-charting British song to reach 1 million views in its first two days.
A spokeswoman for the Beatles, Ringo Starr, tweeted that the song “is truly special.
It’s the only song I’ve ever written that has reached so many people and is still being played around the world.””
Happy Holcsidays” has been downloaded more than 7 million times in the past 24 hours, according the report.
The video was filmed in the British countryside and includes footage of the family making their way to a local supermarket, while a woman is seen walking down a supermarket aisle with a basket full of fruit.
It was filmed at the home of British actress and songwriter Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, who starred in “Food” in the 1960s.
She said in a statement on Twitter: “I can’t believe it’s been 2 days since I filmed it.
We have made so much progress and I am so excited for this moment.
Thank you everyone for your love, support and encouragement.
Love to all our friends!””
Food” has become a British cultural phenomenon and is currently playing in countries around the globe.
Its popularity has been fueled by the fact that it contains an allusion to the holiday food of the day.
Lennon, who died in 2006, had written the lyrics to the song while working in a food processing factory in England.
Some people took to social media to express their appreciation for the video.
“‘Happy Holcsts,’ which is now playing in restaurants all over the world, is a song I wrote in a very specific way and it has become such a classic, loved and appreciated song in the UK and elsewhere,” the rapper Lil Jon tweeted.
Other music videos featuring the song have also been uploaded to YouTube, including “Happy Birthday” by Jay-Z, which has more than 2 million views.