I never tire of hearing Nat King Cole's voice and everything he sings, but I especially love the way he sings "Unforgettable." It is a song with such meaningful words, as well as such a lovely melody.
Bette Midler singing "The Rose." It seems to be saying love can be a painful process that can leave a person feeling hurt and vulnerable. However, it also describes the wonderful moments a person might miss out on if they never take a chance on love. And it encourages those without hope to remain optimistic. I love the sentiment, which I believe is applicable to so many different kinds of relationships.
I could listen to Sesame Street's Cookie Monster singing "Cookie Cookie Cookie starts with C!" all day and night long. I've been singing it in my head since I was a child and sing it to and with my children out loud every day. It's educational, sweet and calming. How many things can you say that about?
Middle school student
"Jerusalem of Gold." It is a beautiful song. My grandma used to play it on the piano when she was alive and I would sing along in Hebrew. Now that she is dead I look for different versions of it on YouTube, and have taught myself how to play it on the guitar. When I hear it and play it, I feel closer to my grandma, may she rest in peace.
"In My Life," by The Beatles. Hands down best song ever.
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