A List of Top 10 Songs for Father’s Day
This Father’s Day, why not go the extra mile and offer him a special surprise? Give Dad something special that shows him just how much you care — music! These ten songs will make him feel even more appreciated on his day!
1. Butterfly Kisses – Bob Carlisle
This song has been a daddy-daughter classic since it was released in April 1997. The lyrics capture the strong relationship between a daughter and her loving father.
2. Dance With My Father – Luther Vandross
Luther Vandross wrote this song in memory of his father, who passed when Luther was young. In the song, Luther shares his most fond remembrance of his father dancing in the house with his children.
3. Drive – Alan Jackson
For many, our fathers taught us how to take the wheel. This country song captures the stepping stones Alan Jackson learned from his father, including driving, paired with the fun times that resulted.
4. Song for Dad – Keith Urban
Keith Urban dedicates this song to the best intentions of fathers, leaving you wanting to give your dad a big hug after listening.
5. Mr. Mom – Lonestar
This song points some humor at a father’s attempts to be a stay-at-home mother. While the tone is slightly comedic, you will realize your dad’s efforts make your life easier.
6. Daddy – Beyonce
For all the hip-hop loving dads, Beyonce may do the trick on Father’s Day. This song unravels her childhood experiences and hopes for all men in her life to be just like her favorite, her father.
7. Father and Daughter – Paul Simon
Show your dad that you’ll always be his little girl with this hit, which will touch not only father’s’ hearts, but daughter’s too.
8. I Learned from You – Miley Cyrus and Billy Ray Cyrus
Take a walk down the Hannah Montana memory lane with one of Miley’s old songs, showing all the lessons her father has taught her.
9. I’m Already There – Lonestar
For those who have lost their father, feel his comforting presence with Lonestar’s hit song.
10. My Father’s Eyes – Eric Clapton
After never meeting his father, Eric Clapton expresses the first time he felt his father, which was through the eyes of his son.
Do you have any recommendations to add to our Father’s Day playlist? Share your favorite dad jams in the comments below.