Recommendation-I — Songs which possibly no one can hate…..

I often hear from my friends that I’m 19s kid born in 20s. I don’t know why but this is something I’m extremely proud of. Ah, I understand , this is probably due to my music taste and to say this is something which I can only share with my grandpa. We would vibe and sing songs by Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Da , Mohd.Rafi, Asha Bhosle, Geeta Dutt, Mukesh Kumar and a lot more to mention . I would end up making compliments like ‘Believe me, Dilip Kumar is the most handsome guy till date.’ Haha, I wish I were born in that era. Lately, I’ve been into English songs too and I realized it isn’t just bollywood where the phrase ‘Old is gold’ would fit. It goes the same for everything. This is something which can make me blabber for hours. Here the list begins.

1.) Seasons in the sun :- It became a worldwide hit in 1974 for Canadian singer Terry Jacks and became a Christmas number one in the UK in 1999 for Westlife. This song potrays a young man’s farewell to his loved ones.

2.) Imagine:- It is a song by English rock musician John Lennon from his 1971 album of the same name. Its lyrics encourage listeners to imagine a world at peace without the barriers of borders or the divisions of religion and nationality and to consider the possibility that the whole of humanity would live unattached to material possessions.

3.) The End of the World:- It is a pop song written by composer Arthur Kent and lyricist Sylvia Dee, who often worked as a team. They wrote the song for American singer Skeeter Davis. It is a sad song about the aftermath of a romantic breakup.

4.) The Nights:- Is a song by Swedish DJ and record producer Avicii. “He said: “One day you’ll leave this world behind
So live a life you will remember”
My father told me when I was just a child
“These are the nights that never die”
My father told me.” These are the lines which hit hard till today.

5.) Wavin’ Flag:- It is a song by Somali-Canadian artist K’naan from his album Troubadour. The song was originally written for Somalia and aspirations of its people for freedom. “When I get older I will be stronger
They’ll call me freedom just like a wavin’ flag.” Can I just say, these are my favourite lines and I just can’t get over this.

Would love to see you add more…… I hope you enjoyed it ….

19 Comments

  1. Same happens with me, whenever I am in bad mood, I listen to songs and I feel very good.

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    1. Glad to know you relate……
      Music is really a good healer……..
      Thanks for your comment πŸ€—πŸ™

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  2. The Writer says:

    Lady You have got some heavy hitters there.
    End of the world by Skeeter Davis was used in eternals introduction trailer. Imagine by the quadrant of Beatles John Lennon was a secret communist manifesto I can talk on and on about vintage music but its just great to see young men and women appreciating good ol music

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    1. Thanks for your words…
      To say, End of the world is my forever favorite and the best heart break song . It wouldn’t be wrong to say that it has all the emotions…..
      John Lennon is a pure legend in terms of music . I didn’t find a single song of his which I could possibly dislike..

      Vintage music is the best and it deserves all the love and acknowledgement and I personally believe people loving old songs have the best taste in music ever πŸ˜…πŸ˜€

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  3. Ena says:

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    1. My pleasure, sir . I really enjoyed reading your blogs and would love to read and learn more…….

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      1. Ena says:

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  4. YellowCable says:

    I love “Seasons in the sun” when I was growing up.

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    1. Thank you .
      I play it on loop till date….πŸ˜…β€πŸ™Œ

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  5. Jaba Paul says:

    My friends also told me I’m a antique piece type just because I use oil on my hair and I heard this types of song and I love some folk songs but now I habited for their gossips and my dressing stylesπŸ™‚

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    1. Haaha, I’m happy I found someone like me. You don’t need to change for someone else until you really want to. I too get that a lot but I take it as a compliment . Well, I make statements like oh ,you keep that to yourself, you may keep on following the trend but remember trend follows me ……..

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      1. Jaba Paul says:

        It’s nice to hear by someone πŸ™πŸ˜Š thanks to write beautiful poetry keep writing this type of poetry god bless you 😊❀️

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      2. Thank you for your precious words. May God bless you too and lead a happy life πŸ€—β£οΈ

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  6. I like few of these songs too, music is the poetry for the soul.

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    1. I agree. Music is like the poetry for the soulπŸ’™
      Thank you for stopping by and reading the blog….πŸ™πŸ€—

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  7. Siya Gite says:

    Wavin’ Flag is a total classic to date and I still can’t stay for months without listening to it once in a while. ‘The Nights’ is such an incredible song!!! I especially love how the song goes normal but then it increases its beat and then the chorus comes – I start dancing on the chorus, it is very amazing! This is such an awesome list, Aanchal!πŸ’›

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    1. I agree …….. These songs are directly connected to our hearts with such a beautiful lyrics….. Try other songs too . I hope you’ll love it .

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  8. Hagne says:

    β€œThe Nights” by Avicii is my best bet! I fell in love with the lyrics and rhythm, that I had the song put on replay for some weeks.πŸ˜…
    Music is therapeutic. Music is life. Music is the best companion ever.
    An awesome list you’ve got there, Aanchal.βœ¨πŸ’–

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