Top 10 Songs About Life In 2022

What a Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong

All aspects of this song are excellent. It serves as a gentle reminder of the splendor that surrounds us every day. Plus, it’s impossible not to smile when listening to Louis’ voice.

I see blue skies and white clouds.

Day and night are both blessed and precious.

It’s a beautiful planet, I thought to myself.

Man in the Mirror – Michael Jackson

It’s the finest piece of advice in a song, period. Insofar as it isn’t referring to cosmetic surgery…

For the first time in my life, I’m going to make a change. It’s going to feel great.

You can count on me to set things right…

In order to improve the state of the world,

Look in the mirror and decide what you want to change.

Over the Rainbow – Israel Kamakawiwo’ole

It’s a song for everyone.

Far, far away, above the rainbow

A lullaby tells about your hopes and aspirations.

Bluebirds soar above the rainbow.

It’s true what they say: “Dreams do come true.”

Always Look On the Bright Side Of Life – Monty Python’s Life Of Brian

You can’t help but smile when you see a Monty Python movie. One of their more upbeat numbers from The Life Of Brian may be heard below.

There are times when life feels like it’s going downhill.

You’ve forgotten to laugh, smile, dance, and sing, and that’s a shame.

To lift your spirits when you’re down and out

Avoid being nave chumps.

Whistle, that’s all you need to know. In addition…Always see the silver lining in the clouds (Whistle)

“(Sittin’ on) The Dock of the Bay” by Otis Redding

The song by Otis Redding, released after his death in 1967, was the first of its kind to reach the top of the charts. On the exterior of his temporary home in Sausalito, he spent six weeks recuperating and contemplating the life that had brought him there.

“Husavik” by Molly Sandén and Will Ferrel

When a partner discovers that her path no longer entails following her love interest, she sings in Icelandic and English in this song. Because she can’t bear the thought of sacrificing her own happiness for the sake of another’s, she needs him to see that here is where he belongs, too.

“A Change is Gonna Come” by Sam Cooke

There are many themes about civil rights and desegregation swirling around in this song. Cooke may not have been there to witness the changes, but his song still resonates with communities striving for a brighter tomorrow because of it. Cooke’s song. What a great tune to listen to when you need some motivation.

“Who Wants to Live Forever” by Queen

The first Highlander film, starring Christopher Lambert, commissioned Queen to create and perform this wonderful song. Because he knows he will outlast any partner, Lambert’s character must say his final goodbyes to his real love.

“Buffalo Soldier” by Bob Marley & The Wailers

It was from 1866 through the 1890s that the Buffalo Soldiers fought against Native Americans in the Indian Wars. When humans are compelled to murder and produce a subjugated people, Marley’s song expresses the outrage and subjection they feel.

“Ebony Eyes” by The Everly Brothers

In the song “Ebony Eyes,” an aircraft catastrophe prevents a marriage from taking place. As if that weren’t enough, the song was also banned from UK radio stations for being too disturbing.

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