FREE DOWNLOAD TOP 10 ALL-TIME FAVORITE NEW YEAR’S SONGSby Devid Henary Analyst
TOP 10 ALL-TIME FAVORITE NEW YEAR’S SONGS
There are certain songs that help us recall on the past, celebrate the present and look forward to the coming year. We have composed us
10 favorite New Year’s songs that will help you make the new year even more musical.
NEW YEAR’S SONGS
1. “Happy New Year” by ABBA
Nothing says “let’s celebrate” like 1980s Swedish pop music, and ABBA’s “Happy New Year”.
2. “1999” by Prince
Prince centered the song around The Mamas & The Papas’s “Monday, Monday” riff. Although 1999 has long come and gone, the song is still a favorite at year-end parties.
3. “What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve?” by Frank Loesser
A classic among New Year’s songs, “What Are You Doing…” was written by Frank Loesser, the songwriter behind Broadway’s ‘Guys and Dolls‘ and ‘How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying,’ 1947.
4. “New Year’s Day” by U2
Covering a less-sparkling and much more serious subject matter, U2’s “New Year’s Day” was inspired by the changing Polish political landscape in
the early 1980s.
5. “Next Year, Baby” by Jamie Cullum
Still looking for a new year’s resolution? Play/sing Jamie Cullum’s
“Next Year, Baby”. one of our resolutions for 2015 is to play more of
Jamie Cullum’s beautiful modern pop music.
6. “This Is the New Year” by A Great Big World
“This Is the New Year” The inspirational lyrics and energizing piano-driven melody was featured on a number of television shows in 2013, including ‘Glee‘.
7. “Kiss Me” by Sixpence None the Richer
ABBA’s bringing the bubbly, Cullum’s got our resolutions covered, but the
one essential piece of New Year’s Eve still missing is the traditional midnight kiss. “Kiss Me” by Sixpence None the Richer will turn that magical moment right into a scene from a 1990s teen dramedy.
8. “A Long December” by Counting Crows
Maybe your month has flown by, or maybe, like that of the Counting
Crows' Adam Duritz in 1996, it’s been a bit of a drag. Either way “ALong December” is about the promise of things looking up, and that ’s something we can always get behind.
9. “Same Old Lang Syne” by Dan Fogelberg
An autobiographical song that took place one holiday in his hometown
of Peoria, Illinois, Dan Fogelberg’s “Same Old Lang Syne” is about
reconnecting with an old flame after many years have passed.
10. "Memory" by Betty Buckley
"Midnight, not a sound from the pavement / Has the moon lost her memory. She is smiling alone." So begins this beautiful show tune
that you should put on if everyone at your party wants to have a good
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