Song is a good way how to thank you. We have picked 10 songs that say it for you, and they make for a pretty varied collection, with the styles ranging from pop musical to rap and spanning over half a century.
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Here is the list of TOP 10 songs:
Dido – Thank You (1998)
A touching ballad a verse of which was sampled by Eminem in his single “Stan”. We recommend the acoustic version.
MKTO – Thank You (2012)
A sarcastically-written approach on the world’s issues and a sarcastic gratitude to the previous generation. Probably not the best one to play as a “thank you” song to your parents.
Alanis Morissette – Thank U (1998)
Song about spiritual awakening and personal growth resulting from a trip to India. To support the personal and intimate message of the song, Morissette appears nude in the video, which, paradoxically, had to be altered when broadcasted in India.
Busta Rhymes ft. Q-Tip, Kanye West, Lil Wayne – Thank You (2013)
A seamless combination of musical styles, where competing hip hop labels meet to deliver the vocals and samples of 80’s Alicia Meyers’s pop song, “I Wanna Thank You” add the hook.
Led Zeppelin – Thank You (1969)
A song with organ and acoustic guitar and lyrics replete with romance. Not too bad for the “definitive heavy metal band.” We like the best the version from Page & Plant’s No Quarter.
Sly and the Family Stone – Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin) (1969)
The super-heavy bass groove makes this song one of our favourites. If you don’t start moving some part of your body to this, you need urgent medical assistance.
ABBA – Thank You For The Music (1977)
From the band that started the Swedish invasion on pop music, this song is today a part of the musical Mamma Mia!. Blond beards and space costumes are long gone, but the music stayed and that’s how it should be.
Jay-Z – Thank You (2009)
Worth more that half a billion, Jay-Z is aware of his successes and reminds us about them in this song. But the gratitude goes to the fans; apparently they’re far too kind.
Kelly Clarkson – Thankful (2003)
This soft R&B piece from The Original American Idol’s debut album never made waves, but it has everything that people like about Kelly Clarkson. Give it a try.
Sam & Dave – I Thank You (1968)
ZZ Top covered this song, and that’s a clear sign something special is going on here. Put your hands together!