Thank You Songs: A Music Showcase
Songs That Say Thank You
Sometimes songs that say thank you can be the best way of dedicating gratitude for those special people and things that surround us.
In our busy lives, there are times when saying thank you unintentionally passes us by, even though we try never to forget what we are thankful for. The gift of life, love and friends are in the beat of our hearts, and the lyrics and music of these thank you songs bring passion and emotion to that every beat.
For whatever you wish to give thanks, I hope some of these songs are useful in helping you express your desire to say thank you for and to those things that you hold dear in your life.
Dido: Thank You
The song Thank You by Dido comes from her 1999 album No Angel.
Led Zeppelin: Thank You
Led Zeppelin's Thank You can be found on the album Led Zeppelin II.
Alanis Morissette: Thank You
Thank You by Alanis Morissette is one of the tracks included on her Collection album.
Bon Jovi: Thank You For Loving Me
Thank You For Loving Me is taken from the Bon Jovi album, Crush.
Bob Hope: Thanks For the Memory
The evergreen Thanks For the Memory is a track included on Bob Hope's Thanks for the Memories.
Andrew Gold: Thank You For Being A Friend
In addition to Lonely Boy, Never Let Her Slip Away and others, Thank You For Being A Friend can be found on The Best of Andrew Gold.
ABBA: Thank You For the Music
Something I have been thankful for: music. ABBA sings it perfectly with this track, which is included on the awesome box set, Thank You for the Music.
Slade: Thanks For the Memory
Thanks For the Memory is an extra track on the re-released Slade album, Nobody's Fools.
Shania Twain: Thank You, Baby!
The beautiful Shania Twain sings Thank You, Baby on the country/pop album Up!
Fall Out Boy: Thanks For the Memories
Thanks For the Memories, actually Thnks Fr th Mmrs, is a 2007 hit single taken from Fall Out Boy's fourth album, Infinity on High.
The Kinks: Days
The song Days by The Kinks can be found on the compilation album The Singles Collection.
The Scaffold: Thank U Very Much
Mike McGear is Paul McCartney's younger brother and he is included in the line-up of this satirical British band of the 60s and 70s. The Scaffold had several hits in the UK, including this one from Christmas, 1967. It appears on the band's compilation album, Thank U Very Much: Very Best of.