- 1 “I am the walrus” by The Beatles
- 2 “Buffalo Soldier” by Bob Marley
- 3 “Love cats” by The Cure
- 4 “Bat out of hell” with Meatloaf
- 5 “The bird” by Jerry Reed
- 6 “Little boys grow up”, and Dogs grow old by Luke Bryan
- 7 “Tennessee Stud” by Johnny Cash
- 8 “He rides the Wild Horses” by Chris LeDoux
- 9 White House
- 10 “Rats” by Pearl Jam
“I am the walrus” by The Beatles
If you like animals and Beatles songs, this is one of the best tunes you can listen to. Because of its lyrics, the song stands out among others. The tune may appear strange at first. Along with oldies like Penny Lane, Strawberry Fields Forever, and All You Need Is Love, the song is about a Magical Mystery Tour.
“Buffalo Soldier” by Bob Marley
Because of the sensuous voice, you’ll immediately know this song as a Bob Marley tune. It is also a popular song and one of the biggest hits. The song’s lyrics are about a US Cavalry regiment made up of African-American soldiers that fought in the Indian wars after 1866. By recasting the event as a symbol of Black resistance, Marley changes its meaning.
“Love cats” by The Cure
This is one of the best songs to listen to if you’re seeking for a sweet post-punk or new wave music. The Cure is a British band led by Robert Smith, who is famed for his wild hair and smudged red lipstick. He once said that a mixture of Coca-Cola and Soap was used to make it messy.
“Bat out of hell” with Meatloaf
No collection of animal-themed songs would be complete without the inclusion of “Bat out of Hell.” Meatloaf can write a hit song, and this one will be a classic for decades to come. If you want to pass the time, listen to this song with lyrics.
“The bird” by Jerry Reed
The country tune about a talking parrot is certain to chart in the top five. Reed utilizes the song’s eponymous character as an occasion to flaunt his skills as a George Jones and Willie Nelson impersonator.
“Little boys grow up”, and Dogs grow old by Luke Bryan
This song will undoubtedly bring tears to your eyes when you listen to it. The song will bring a cute little puppy to the small kid in you. This is a heartbreaking song about a black lab named Bandit and how the passage of time catches up with him around the time his owner relocates to Nashville.
“Tennessee Stud” by Johnny Cash
Jimmy Driftwood wrote the tune, and Johnny Cash’s gruff, instantly identifiable vocal was tailor-made for it. The song serves as a reminder that our warriors used to arrive on horses rather than pickup trucks.
“He rides the Wild Horses” by Chris LeDoux
This song is one of the best from LeDoux’s illustrious career, and it honors the men and women of the professional rodeo and equestrian circuits, where animal care and sportspeople come together for performances dedicated to the cowboy lifestyle.
This song was included on Eric Burdon and The Animals’ album Every One of Us, which was published in 1968. The album’s first tune was “White Houses.” It was also the first single from the album. Eric Burdon wrote the song, as well as the rest of the album. The addition of new member Zoot Money on the Hammond organ and piano was one of the album’s most intriguing features.
“Rats” by Pearl Jam
In the words of this song, human behavior is contrasted to that of rats. However, in their defense, the band eventually admitted that rats are probably far more respectable than the song’s depiction suggests.