Here are the songs to celebrate fatherhood this Father’s Day
These 7 meaningful songs are perfect to celebrate fatherhood on Father’s Day which is an annual celebration all over the world.
Pay tribute or express your feelings to man who raised you through these songs.
My Father’s Eyes by Eric Clapton
Based on the article from radio.com, Eric Clapton wrote this song for the father that he never knew. These lines showed that the singer also draw a parallel to his son Connor: “Where do I find the words to say? How do I teach him? What do we play? Bit by bit, I’ve realized, That’s when I need them. That’s when I need my father’s eyes.”
Unforgettable by Natalie Cole and Nat King Cole
This song has become the most popular father-daughter dances at weddings over the years. The virtual cover of the father-daughter duet won 4 Grammys.
Papa Don’t Preach by Madonna
This song of Madonna was proclaiming her conviction to be a new mother, while still seeking her father’s advice. One of the most noticeable lines of this song was “You always taught me right from wrong. I need your help, daddy please be strong.”
Isn’t She Lovely by Stevie Wonder
Stevie Wonder described the happiness he felt as a father when his baby Aisha was born. “Isn’t she lovely? Isn’t she wonderful? Isn’t she precious? Less than one minute old,” the song has these lyrics.
I Learned From You by Miley Cyrus
Miley Cyrus teamed up with her father Billy Ray Cyrus in creating this song. It is one of the tracks on Hannah Montana’s self-titled album.
Song For Dad by Keith Urban
The lines “And I only hope when I have my own family, that every day I see a little more of my father in me” showed how a man wanted to be like his father.
Daddy by Beyonce
Beyonce pays tribute to her father and former manager Mathew Knowles. “I want my unborn son to be like my daddy, I want my husband to be like my daddy, There is no one else like my daddy,” Beyonce wrote even before marrying her husband Jay-Z and having their children together.