Spring is a time when there is a lot of change. Birds are chirping, flowers are blooming, and people are getting ready for the season of moving forward. So why not make this spring something to remember? We are all a little weary of the cold, so this spring, we are getting ready by making the best of things.
Spring brings the end of winter and the beginning of new life. The flowers bloom, the trees turn green, and the animals on the ground come out to play.
Spring is also a time for new beginnings: planting bulbs in your garden so they can grow and flower next year, enjoying the warmer weather, beginning a new school year with fresh opportunities.
Spring songs are about renewal – both in nature and in our lives as human beings. They have a timeless power that includes all things young: children at their most full of wonder; green shoots reaching skyward; birds singing their way back from warmer climes.
As the weather starts to warm up, you might feel a bit of spring in your step. But there’s a lot more to the season than just warmer weather. Spring is a time when things start to look more lush and colorful, and a lot of our favorite songs remind us of that. We made a list of some of the most beautiful and breezy tracks that will make you feel alive and give you the motivation to move.
Spring is a beautiful time of year. The weather is warmer, flowers begin to bloom, and people start making preparations for the warmer weather ahead.
Check out these beautiful spring songs to get you in the mood for a beautiful day and a beautiful day ahead.
- Here Comes the Sun by The Beatles
The song Here Comes the Sun” by The Beatles is a song about a journey. The title of the song is taken from the actual song’s lyric: “Here comes the sun, here comes the rain, here comes the wind and the pouring rain.” The lyrics describe the journey of a man through life, or perhaps more specifically, the life of a man after he has lived his life. The song’s lyrics depict a man who has lost his innocence, who has seen the world and experienced life, and who has endured through the trials and tribulations of life.
- I Can See Clearly Now by Jimmy Cliff
Jimmy Cliff’s “I Can See Clearly Now” is about redemption and forgiveness. Most well-known for his hit song “The Harder They Come,” the Jamaican artist released his debut album in 1972, which included “I Can See Clearly Now.” A conversation between Jimmy Cliff and an interviewer in 1979 is recounted in the song, where he states, “I know that I’m going to have to come back to this place, but I know that I’ll see you again.”
- Cranes in the Sky by Solange
Solange’s new album was released recently, and it’s already generating a lot of buzz. From the first track, “Cranes in the Sky,” Solange takes us on a journey that’s both personal and political. The song is about black power, and her lyrics are more explicit than ever: “Now my people’s strength is for the matriarch to arise – I’m not interested in anything but my revolution – I’m not in this world to be your slave.”
- Keep Your Head Up by Andy Grammer
Keep Your Head Up by Andy Grammer in the hit song, says, keep your head up, keep your head up, it’s gonna be okay. The song is very empowering, and the lyrics are so well written that, in my opinion, it is one of the best songs I’ve ever heard. The song is about an individual who is going through a hard time in life, but the lyrics help them see the bright side and give them hope.
- Can’t Stop the Feeling, by Justin Timberlake
One of the most memorable songs of the summer is Can’t Stop the Feeling, a catchy tune by Justin Timberlake and his boy band, the Tennessee Kids. The song has a catchy beat, great singing, and lyrics that are relatable for any teen girl.
Listening to music can make you feel better, no matter what your mood is. It’s especially important during the spring season as it helps lift your spirits and promises a great summer ahead.