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Korobeiniki (Russian: Коробейники, English translation: Peddlers) is a nineteenth-century Russian folk song that tells of a meeting between a peddler and a girl, in which they haggle over the price of goods in a veiled metaphor for courtship.
Outside Russia, "Korobeiniki" is widely known because of its appearance in Nintendo's 1989 version of Tetris and is often referred to as "The Tetris Song".
After arrangements of "Korobeiniki" first appeared in Spectrum Holobyte's Apple IIgs and Mac versions of Tetris, the song was re-arranged in 1989 by Hirokazu Tanaka as the "Type A" accompaniment in Nintendo's Game Boy version. It has since become closely associated with the game in Western popular culture. In 2008, UGO listed the song as the 3rd best videogame music of all time.