Happy Mother’s Day! Here are a few songs to celebrate mothers and the great lessons they teach us.
‘Mama Kin’ by Aerosmith
This song is a friendly reminder to let your mom know what you are up to. She cares a lot, maybe even more than you think.
‘Your Mother Should Know’ by The Beatles
This song tells us that our mothers know more than we give them credit for. Listen every once in a while and you might learn something.
‘Simple Man’ by Lynyrd Skynyrd
These lyrics tell the story of a mother giving her only son some advice. Take the advice from your mom to heart. It might even help you out one day.
‘Julia’ by The Beatles
John Lennon wrote this song for his mother, who tragically died in a car accident when he was young.
‘Mother’ by John Lennon
When John Lennon started his solo career, he wrote another song for his mother and father.
‘Tie Your Mother Down’ by Queen
In this song, a young man is telling his lover to tie her mother down so that they can see each other.
‘Mother’ by Pink Floyd
The lyrics tell a story about a mother who is very overprotective of her son, helping to alienate him from the outside world.
‘Mother’s Little Helper’ by The Rolling Stones
The Rolling Stones tackle the issue of housewives and mothers gaining easy access to certain medications through this song.
‘Mama I’m Coming Home’ by Ozzy Osbourne
Ozzy wrote this song about his wife, Sharon Osbourne, but the lyrics can easily be applied to any mother-child relationship.
‘Rosalita’ by Bruce Springsteen
Rosalita’s parents disapprove of the singer’s rock and roll lifestyle and make it very obvious to their daughter and her lover.