Checkout the below listed latest top 10 best Songs For Anniversary in 2017, Celebrating is something that is almost always easily done through the magic of song. While there are hundreds of different occasions that songs have been written for, the anniversary is something that tends to just be summed up with generic love songs and that’s it. There are tracks however that have either been specifically written for celebrating an anniversary or that closely fit with the theme of still loving someone after years of being together. Here are the best anniversary songs of all time.
- #10. “Endless Love” – Diana Ross & Lionel Ritchie
- #9. “I Could Not Ask For More” – Edwin McCain
- #8. “All My Life” – K-Ci and JoJo
- #7. “(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life” – Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes
- #6. “Can’t Help Falling In Love” – Elvis Presley
- #5. “Because You Loved Me” – Celine Dion
- #4. “You’re Still The One” – Shania Twain
- #3. “Have I Told You Lately” – Rod Stewart
- #2. “A Thousand Years” – Christina Perri
- #1. “Forever and Ever, Amen” – Randy Travis
Here we present the list of top 10 best Songs For Anniversary in 2017
#10. “Endless Love” – Diana Ross & Lionel Ritchie
While people of the younger generation likely associate this song with an iconic scene from the comedy movie Happy Gilmore starring Adam Sandler, older folks remember this song as one of the most loving duets that have ever been performed. This is a song quite literally about loving someone endlessly, and there is no better theme that could take center stage musically for any anniversary event than a song like this.
#9. “I Could Not Ask For More” – Edwin McCain
Edwin McCain might not have had a lot of hits throughout his career, but what he did write was one of the best anniversary songs of all time. In the song “I Could Not Ask For More” McCain remarks about how he had waited all of his life for a love like this one to come along, and that there is literally nothing else that he could ever want for his whole life now that he has the kind of love that he shares with the subject of the song.
#8. “All My Life” – K-Ci and JoJo
While R&B is notorious for some of the most iconic love songs that have ever been written, K-Ci and JoJo are the artists that are representing the genre as being responsible for recording a truly fitting song for any anniversary celebration. This song is a celebration of a love that they have, and that they have been waiting all their lives to feel the way that they feel right now. Perfect for a couple celebrating a lifelong love.
#7. “(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life” – Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes
Dirty Dancing is deemed one of the most iconic love films of all time, and this song might not carry the kind of weight that it does without also being included in this legendary movie. This two-part track seemingly discusses an evening or a short period of time that the singers are grateful for sharing together. But when you listen to the lyrics again, they are just talking about time spent together, with no mention of how long it was. Having the time of your life with someone doesn’t happen over an evening sometimes, it happens over years and years.
#6. “Can’t Help Falling In Love” – Elvis Presley
Elvis Presley has recorded some of the best songs for being in love and some of the best songs for being out of love. This legendary performer offers up a track for this list that is ideal for your anniversary celebration. In this song, Elvis suggests that he is helpless to falling in love to the woman subject over and over, every single day. This is a great expression of love between two people, a reaffirmation of love on a daily basis.
#5. “Because You Loved Me” – Celine Dion
While Celine Dion has certainly had an illustrious career of hit singles and given a diva status, her songs of love are truly inspirational. “Because You Loved Me” is a song that thanks the subject for their devotion to the singer. It was the kind of love that the subject gave that gave the singer of the song the means to follow their dreams and see the kind of successes that she has seen.
#4. “You’re Still The One” – Shania Twain
Shania Twain has a few different tracks about loving someone deeply and truly, but her most iconic song of love is perfect for your anniversary playlist. “You’re Still The One” is a song about still being madly in love with someone after many years, still needing them for all of the same reasons you always have, and still appreciating them as much as ever. This is truly a remarkable song for any anniversary celebration.
#3. “Have I Told You Lately” – Rod Stewart
While this tends to be a song used in anniversary celebrations for those that might have really grown up when Rod Stewart was still a touring big name in current music, it doesn’t change its necessity of being on this list. “Have I Told You Lately” is a great choice for an anniversary playlist because the song is about being so comfortable with someone that sometimes things go unsaid when they shouldn’t.
#2. “A Thousand Years” – Christina Perri
There are songs like “Endless Love” about loving someone for as long as you are able to love them, and then there are songs about predestination and a love that will last forever. Christina Perri has a truly remarkable song that speaks to this kind of love that is perfect for any celebration of love from marriage to a 50 year anniversary.
#1. “Forever and Ever, Amen” – Randy Travis
The top of this group of tracks comes from the Country genre once again, and Randy Travis has certainly written a universally necessary anniversary song with “Forever and Ever, Amen”. The song talks about loving someone forever, but does it through each verse and chorus in a creative and endearing way.
While there are all kinds of tracks about loving someone forever, these are the songs that tend to capture that specific feeling the best. There is something on this list for the fans of all the various genres from R&B to Country, offering something for fans of all styles and of all ages. If you are looking for songs that are going to describe the kind of love that you have for your spouse now years down the road, look no further than the list above.