Hey, Soul Sister

"Hey, Soul Sister" is a popular song by American pop-rock band Train. It was released in 2009 and is written and performed in the key of E major. The track was included in Train's fifth studio album titled "Save Me, San Francisco," and it became one of their biggest hits, reaching the top spot on the charts in several countries. "Hey, Soul Sister" was composed by Train's lead singer Patrick Monahan and songwriters Amund Bjørklund and Espen Lind. Interestingly, the song incorporates a ukulele as its main instrument, making it stand out from Train's previous rock-oriented sound. The melody is upbeat and catchy, featuring a charming combination of acoustic strumming and percussive elements.