“Whenever I miss my youth, I play old songs and feel young again.” Anonymous
Time flies so fast, especially for 70, 80, and 90s kids.
Our brain clutches a bit when we realize, there have been 20 years since we entered the new century. 😱
However, something that has floated with us throughout the years is the music we loved when we were kids, adults, got married, had kids…. We still hum these songs to our kids.
Do you remember Que Sera Sera by Doris Day??? Ask your grandparents or parents, they surely would.
Well, the story in the song says a lot about life.
Here are the top 5 Best Old Songs, you can play in showers, or send to your grandparents and make them feel youthful again:
Song 1. You are the sunshine of my life by Stevie Wonder
Stevland Hardaway Morris, known as Stevie wonder, has always done wonders for music. Though he hasn’t seen the sunshine himself, he has given us beautiful sounds with lyrics to hum.
His song “You Are the Sunshine of My Life” is the true masterpiece of the 70s.
Song 2. (You’re) having my baby by Paula Anka and Odia Coates:
I know, while reading the lyrics are bumping in your head.
Well, the song was a real hit dance number to pleasant our moods when we were young, and even it still does.
The duo by Canadian songwriter and American singer is always worth hearing.
Let’s listen to it again
Song 3. This can’t be love by Ella Fitzgerald:
Well, the song is a bit old but we bet you would have heard it from your parents.
It is the ladies most favorite song from the 50s.
It gives great glimpses on feelings of love and denying it, and then feeling it all over again.
A paragon of music:
Song 4. How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You) by Marvin Gaye
Who doesn’t know Marvin Gaye? Though famous for his notorious reputation, didn’t we all loved and still love his songs????
Though all of his songs were enough to party alone, here we are mentioning the one that’s most relatable to our youth.
Do you agree???
Song 5. Someone like you by Van Morrison:
Someone like you is a great hit from the mid-80s.
The song by Van Morison, released in 1987, and all of its copies were sold out.
It had become the wedding classic song.
Shall we hear it again?
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