There was a time when the radio was full of meaningful songs. Have you ever come across a song recently that has a deeper meaning that you are unable to understand? So you listen to it again and again to understand the true meaning of its lyrics. In fact it’s the opposite. You are tortured by stupid songs and amazingly they struck chords with only few people.
I bet modern singers and lyricist can never match the true poetry of evergreen artists. It’s a shame that in today’s time we have stupid songs like ‘WORK’ from Rihanna, ‘The Fox’ from Yelvis, ‘Closer’ from Chainsmokers (does it have meaning?). The list of stupid songs is way too long to be listed here, so instead of focusing on it we will show the most meaningful songs of all time.
We were blessed with several geniuses in the music industry. Bob Dylan one of the greatest artists of all time was even awarded Nobel Prize in literature for his meaningful lyrics and cult favourite songs. Here we present you 50 most meaningful songs of all time. Some of these songs have deep meaning because of the theme that they represent while others are meaningful because of their powerful message. So here are 50 meaningful songs ever –
Most Meaningful Songs Ever
50. One by Metallica
49. Living for the City by Stevie Wonder
48. Purple Rain by Prince
47. Fire and Rain by James Taylor
46. In My life by The Beatles
45. To the Moon and Back by Savage Garden
44. Every Beat of My heart by Rod Stewart
43. Free Falling by Tom Petty
42. Another Day in Paradise by Phil Collins
41. Into the Myustic by Van Morrison