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All Around the World – Rachel Sumner Hello – Two of a Kind Hello "Round the World – Two of a Kind Learning Languages – Greta Pedersen & Pam Donkin Ni hao, Jambo, Hola – Liz Buchanan 'Round The World With Ways To Say Hello – Hap Palmr Sing! FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on March 31, 2018: Genna - Thanks for your kind words of support. This 2009 country song oozes empathy for such vulnerable people by drawing attention to that spare change on your floorboard, sticky with Coke. Perhaps the youth marches of yesterday are a beginning. Only sympathy, empathy, and positive partnerships will. I particularly love Imagine, Man in the Mirror and One Love. The duration of song is 03:01. Powerful songs and I didn't think of these songs in such a way. Devika Primić from Dubrovnik, Croatia on March 25, 2018: The world is not much of a safe place. You have made a wonderful collection here and I compliment you on it. FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on June 10, 2018: Peggy - I also hope that the Parkland High School kids will enact a positive change and that it's the start of something bigger. The way to change the world truly is to VOTE! We also feature a major collection of Mother Goose Rhymes, global recipes, holiday traditions and lively conversations about childhood around the world. Anti-Muslim fear, hatred, and prejudice has grown since the September 11 attacks. The narrator urges listeners to conquer hunger, hate, and violence through love. We are all human and share a common destiny, according to this 2009 pop song. As God references people who are homeless, hungry, and hurting, it implores the listener to start now before it's too late. "Bohemian Rhapsody" being the best song in the world is like The Avengers being the greatest movie in the world. What have you done today to unleash kindness upon this world? I've added it at #68. He also calls out hip-hop culture for its homophobic slurs by pointing out that civil rights are human rights, whether we're talking about the LGBT community or people of color. We need you! I love your work anyway, and this article is an opportunity to express it. This motivational pop song from 2013 urges us to stop dehumanizing and polarizing the opposition, and instead seek common ground. FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on August 16, 2020: Sherry - Thanks for that addition. Imagine is a classic for this topic! Rasma - Thank you for stopping by. I imagine that the song could be a conversation between God and a world-weary traveler. FlourishAnyway believes there is a playlist for just about any situation and is on a mission to unite and entertain the world through song. Bravo! Christina Aguilera's voice lifts and inspires in this 2016 rock song as it describes the senselessness of being hated for one's race, nationality, or who you love. These articles are great trips down memory lane. This song was written and performed by A.J. Anyway, Imagine will always lead the way, for me, in this category. Marriage rights was also a key platform issue prior to the legalization of same sex marriage in all 50 states. I hope the article inspires others to do what they can to change the world around them (or keep doing so). With an emphasis on the power of love to change the world, this 1991 pop song implores the listener to see the world as a reflection of God's love. Copied to … Make a recommendation in the Comments Section below. 10 Influential Songs That Changed the World Sam Cooke – “A Change Is Gonna Come” (1964). Here is a playlist including all of the Songs Around the World we have produced over the years. The popularity of the most listened to World Cup song ever hints at the massive power of that songs associated with 2014 Brazil could have. "You're old enough to kill but not for voting." Natalie Frank from Chicago, IL on April 01, 2018: Great list LInda! Bill - I hope the young people's movement continues. I've liked the song for a long time. Use it as a personal anthem of tolerance, acceptance, and love for your fellow human. Many of the tracks listed are songs about the world, but just because that word is in the title doesn't mean that the song's subject is exclusively about that. I've added it to the list at #51. I hope many others dedicate (or re-dedicate) themselves to whatever cause appeals to them. Louise Powles from Norfolk, England on March 25, 2018: There's so many good songs in there. Connect with other people and share your story, your vision. If we hurled kind words like we do insults -- frequently and without a second thought -- imagine what a place this would be! Along with 7.5 billion other people on this planet, you're just one person swimming in a vast sea of humanity. I don't think that they will give up the cause of reasonable gun control laws and soon most of them will be voting. One tribe. Genna East from Massachusetts, USA on March 31, 2018: This is so inspirational. Laurie Shaull via Wikimedia Commons, CC-BY-SA 2.0. Reach Out And Touch (Somebody's Hand). Linda Lum from Washington State, USA on March 25, 2018: Flourish, I must admit that many/most of the new ones I had not heard (I tend to listen to classical music). The 10 Best World Cup Songs Ever: The Definitive List From 1962 to Today. Whether you're seeking to change laws, individual lives, or attitudes, the opportunity is yours to step forward and make a difference. Underwood's message in song speaks to my heart and what I believe will change the world: caring for others. “One person can’t change the world just help one man, but if we work together then we all can” a lyric to one of my songs. Now go use your powers for good! This statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee was removed during the time of the Black Lives Matter demonstrations in 2020. By Judy Cantor-Navas. Lulu singles chronology. I’ve always been told “God put us here to love and help others” but those people don’t stop to help. Video by KidsTV123. I'm making a play list with some of the more positive ones. Discover and listen to new music releases and 2020's best new album releases this week and every week here. As the family matriarch, Mildred encouraged Big Sean to pursue his dreams, and he passes her message of inspiration to others: I hope you learn to make it on your ownAnd if you love yourself just know you'll never be alone ... And when you get it all just remember one thingRemember one thing: That one man could change the world. Mildred V. Leonard was one of the first black female captains in World War II, returning home to earn a bachelor's and master's degree and serve as one of Detroit's first black female police officers—a true trailblazer. One race. Millions of American immigrants are denied basic human rights because they are undocumented. It includes elements of both xenophobia and religious intolerance. When you're on the very low end of the wage scale, even a temporary setback can mean the difference between having nightly shelter and being forced to live on the streets. Linda - We can all model the type of kindness we wish to see reverberate throughout the world. Thanks for making our world a better place with sharing your playlists! The song Love’s on the Way by Sebastian Kole is a great song about changing the world. Nothing will change if you simply sit still, so get up and own your place in the world to make it better. Thanks for stopping by. Each wave of young people faces its own crisis of conscience regarding whether to stand up and make necessary changes in the world or continue to watch from the sidelines. Thank you for putting together this very timely article. And who wouldn't welcome that change? Some of those projects are large in scope, innovative, and truly phenomenal. This is an even better idea than the "Sun" list, as there is an abundance of songs for consideration, and they're all usually good. Many good songs here. I think it was Gandhi who said be the chance you wish to see in the world. That forgotten money may not be worth much to you, but it could help change someone else's world. FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on April 03, 2018: Natalie - Thanks for the recommendations! It's time for the new generation to answer the narrator's plea and lead change in the world. Another great list, Flourish. The least we can do is exercise it. Thank you for your sweet words. All the best, Flourish. (1974) The song was covered by the Scottish singer Lulu in 1974, who, according to biographer David Buckley, performed it in "a sleazy, almost Berlin cabaret style". Members of the LGBT community advocated for transgender rights and for basic civil rights in employment and housing. This tune creates an idyllic picture of humanity laying down its weapons and joining together in brotherhood, no one hungry, greedy, or self-righteous: You may say that I'm a dreamerBut I'm not the only oneI hope someday you'll join usAnd the world will be as one. That's the essence of this 2009 pop song which encourages listeners to reach out in love and use to benevolent words and deeds to help those in need. Larry Rankin from Oklahoma on March 30, 2018: FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on March 29, 2018: Jo - Thanks for stopping by! Duran Duran - Ordinary World - The most-liked Duran Duran song, apparently. Linda Crampton from British Columbia, Canada on March 25, 2018: Your article and the photos contain important messages, Flourish. FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on April 14, 2018: Dianna - Thank you for such a sweet message. Bill Holland from Olympia, WA on March 25, 2018: I was in college in the late 60's and I swear, it seemed like every other song recorded was about changing the world....where did that conviction go to? You're right about there being so many social issues that need support. I added the Pink Floyd tune. Mary Norton from Ontario, Canada on March 25, 2018: Poetry in music often inspires more than speeches and you have woven your choices into some of the current issues today we need to stand up for. Bill - I hope that between the Women's March and yesterday's march, we are seeing a new era of activism and social awareness. FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on March 05, 2019: Stu - Thanks for the suggestion. Arm yourself with civility and acceptance for others. Sadly, more than half a million people in the United States today live on the streets, in shelters, in subsidized transitional housing, or in their cars. What about "Eve of Destruction"? FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on August 14, 2020: Anon - Thank you for the song suggestions. A new release concerning the plague of gun violence. Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on June 10, 2018: It is important to stand up for what is right and work to change things for the better if we are able. Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on April 04, 2020: "Imagine" and "We Are the World" are two good ones. I hope you are having a good weekend. In doing so, you can make the world a place that is brighter, better, kinder, and safer. FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on February 11, 2019: Natalie - Great to see you again! Have a great day! Thanks for stopping by. Very appropriate list with what’s going on in the world lately. The narrator urges us to hear the children crying, give thanks to God, and join forces for good. I'm sure you are changing the world where you are. I think "Imagine" is my favorite about changing the world. This song is almost iconoclastic with the end of the world, and this live version is great because it looks like Michael Stipe needs a music stand to remember the lyrics. We can do it. Let the dominoes of positive change start with you! It’s a song about sex masquerading as a song about the end of the world, so all I have to say is: Do not grab a boy, nor a girl, unless they’re already in isolation with you. Sherry Hewins from Sierra Foothills, CA on August 14, 2020: What about "I'd Love to Change the World," by Ten Years After? I feel that when people write songs to try and make people do something to make the world a better place and that’s not what my central idea is. It makes me miss the good old boring stable time. This 2006 rock song and its accompanying video provide a social commentary on change and the responsibility to act. I appreciate your loyalty. We should always be careful of what we are changing the world to. In this 2006 rock song, the narrator describes feeling marginalized by leaders and resents that his generation is regarded as standing for nothing. It makes me feel energized that Generation Z has such passion. All songs recorded live by more than 100 musicians from around the world and featuring special guests, U2's Bono, Bob Marley, Keb Mo', Afro Fiesta and others. FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on September 24, 2018: The Victor - I've added that now! This song is about exploring the world and a relationship you are uncertain about. tags: most popular song ever , most popular songs , Sweet Child O' Mine - Guns N' Roses , The Winner Takes It All - ABBA Thank you for including Marvin Gaye, one of my favorite artists--another one taken from us much too soon. Thank you for this, thank you for the Love you put on it, it seems a great Heart. All the music is recorded and filmed live outside. The narrator describes various homophobic stereotypes. Help your neighbor or carry a seniors groceries to their car. Have a great week. 6/13/2013. Whatever your social cause is, become an activist and make positive change now. Now as much as ever, we could use the global unity that Bob Marley is calling for in this reggae-infused song from 1965. Heidi Thorne from Chicago Area on March 25, 2018: What an appropriate playlist for this weekend with all the marches going on. Cooke wrote this protest song to support the civil rights movement in the... Macklemore & Ryan Lewis feat. My causes are the environment and pet overpopulation, and I have traditionally given until it hurts. A good list that spans the decades from the '60s to today. To motivate and inspire you onward, here is a list of pop, rock, country, R&B, and hip-hop songs about changing the world. I urge you to instead consider the consequences of not doing so. Written after his young son was diagnosed with a kidney disorder, it encourages us to each show kindness and gratitude in our lives as a way of making the world a better place. It's an average song, some genius moments, some not so genius moments. I have always liked that song "Imagine" by John Lennon. The 26th Amendment lowered the voting age to 18. They wrote the song for American singer Skeeter Davis, and her recording of it was highly successful in the early 1960s, reaching the top five on four different charts, including No. I hope we all work towards making our world more loving and tolerant wherever we live and however we are able to do so. (Hey, nothing worth fighting for is easy!) "The End of the World" is a pop song written by composer Arthur Kent and lyricist Sylvia Dee, who often worked as a team. The fate of humanity is intertwined, thus the song advocates seeking to understand others first and opening both your heart and your mind to the mindblowing possibility of peace. I guess I should "change my tune.". I love the simplicity of the song yet very meaningful. Hate won't get us to a better place. This list ranks the best songs with world in the name, regardless of their genre. Song for the Unraveling of the World is a map of our paranoia- and anxiety-riddled, existentially challenged, pre-apocalyptic times.” —Paul Tremblay “Terrifying, full of paranoia and delusion and at the same time haunting and beautiful.” —The Bibliophile Librarian Nikki - What kind support. (1974) "The Man with the Golden Gun". Protesters repainted its base with messages. 17 Best Soccer Songs, From Maluma, Shakira, Pitbull, Ricky Martin & More. I've added it at #52. (1972) " The Man Who Sold the World ". Hurl smiles and encouraging words. FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on September 15, 2020: Teague - Thank you for the song suggestions. "Land of Confusion" became one of the most popular Genesis songs when it was released on the Invisible Touch album in 1986. It cites Mahatma Gandhi's famous quote about changing the world by starting with yourself: "You must be the change you want to see in the world.”, Released in 1964 during the Civil Rights Movement, this R&B song was inspired by Sam Cooke's personal experience of racism and discrimination. Adele – ‘Hello’ Adele, queen of the break-up songs, crafted the perfect maelstrom of sadness, regret and longing in her hit single ‘Hello’. -- Sean Michaels, author of Us Conductors and The Wagers INSTANT NATIONAL BESTSELLER. One planet. I hope readers will give a listen to your song. Today I'm Gonna Try to Change the World, 51. Every year, on 22 April, Earth Day marks the anniversary of the birth of the modern environmental movement. Try to make someone’s day better. We are all more similar than we are different. They have such determination! Yet, you'll see music fans have shifted to hip-hop and latin music. 'Heal the World', 'What About Now' and 'Imagine' are among my favorites for this wonderful list. Tired of waiting for someone else to do something about the issue you care about? "Where have all the flowers gone" is one that I remember. Clive Williams from Jamaica on March 25, 2018: You're welcome. Originally sung by and written Michael Jackson with Lionel Ritchies, We Are the World... Matisyahu – One Day. I notice most of the songs are from this century. It advocates forgetting the conflict and instead joining hands to connect and overcome. Thanks for recommending it. Nashville Recommendations: Hear 4 New Songs From The Music City : World Cafe NPR pop critic Ann Powers highlights new songs from Brit Taylor, Molly Parden, The … Today I'm Gonna Try and Change the World, 66. Join us to discover the heart and soul of Playing For Change. In collaboration with TopMusicMafia. Go local or go big, just do something. You never know what curveballs life will throw you, so rise up and live a purposeful life. I never thought I'd live through a time reminiscent of the 1960s but here we go, knee deep in it. FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on March 30, 2018: Larry - Hope you're changing your world and not letting the rest bother you too much. No more "thoughts and prayers"... no more flags at half-mast... FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on August 09, 2019: Laura - I had never heard this song before and I like both the message and the delivery. People have fought for this freedom. Nikki Khan from London on March 25, 2018: A wonderful hub Flourish to bring some change in this world for good.All songs are amazing to inspire us to do something except keep on watching and blaming others. A resistance movement is an organized effort by a significant proportion of the population of a country that opposes or resists legally established government and seeks to disrupt civil order or stability. Thanks for your kind comments. By Kat Bein. With a central message that change begins from within, this 2017 hip-hop song encourages listeners to discover what inspires them and know what they stand for. It reminds us that “You must be the change you want to see in the world.”. Songs of All Time#5 of 19 The Best Songs About Being a Leader, #136 of 284 The Best Rock Songs Of The '80s, Ranked#10 of 85 The Best Songs About Freedom, #23 of 122 Cover Songs That Are Better Than The Originals#11 of 36 The Best & Most Memorable Songs From Scary Movies, #3 of 98 The Best Songs With Spirit in the Title#11 of 11 The Best Songs With Material in the Title, #69 of 89 The Best Ever Grammy Winning Records#6 of 103 The Best Songs with Waiting in the Title, #62 of 158 The Best U2 Songs of All Time#13 of 103 The Best Songs with Look in the Title. Guitarist Mike Rutherford's lyrics painted the picture of a 1980s Cold War minded world that consisted of "too many men, too many people … FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on March 05, 2019: Stu - Thanks for the suggestion. Have a great weekend! MG Singh emge from Singapore on September 09, 2020: Changing the world is so romantic but there are always pitfalls. I hope you have a fabulous weekend! our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. I like those particular songs, too. Most of them have been introduced to me by young people (my daughter's friends and classmates who are passionate about making a difference). This ranked list includes songs like "It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)" by R.E.M., and "A World Without Love" by Peter and Gordon. There are more than 349 million people that are dying because they are starving, and/or homeless etc. FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on March 27, 2018: Dora - Glad you knew a couple songs here, Dora. To make a change we must work together but in order to work together you must start on your own. Connect with other people and share your story, your vision. Problems such as climate change, gun control, immigration, poverty, and pet overpopulation—they may seem too daunting. Frank Atanacio from Shelton on March 26, 2018: I still am reminded on how much I missed music like man in the mirror.. makes me think about how we can change the world by looking at each other in the mirror.. How can one person change the world.. as Clinton wrote it takes a village.. perhaps we all should look in the mirror together and put the me first behind us... Nell Rose from England on March 26, 2018: What a great list and I have all these songs in my head now!

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