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By Ellesse I love inspirational songs. When I used to commute to the office, there was something I would never leave the house without. My pda phone. Not only does it contain my appointments and schedules, it had my favourite speakers’ seminar mp3 and a compilation of upbeat & inspirational songs. Such inspirational songs never fail to bring up the vibes in me and spice up my mornings. A very good killer!
Upon the request of one of the Goal Setting College reader, I’ve taken the liberty to compile this list of popular top motivational songs for your enjoyment. I’ve even added some of my personal favourites! But remember, even though inspirational music has the power to drive and motivate you, nothing beats the sound of your inner voice. Something that’s really true to your heart.
Classic Popular Hits • – Survivor • – Vangelis • – Europe • – Queen • – Queen • – Snap • – Bon Jovi • – Savage Garden • – U2 • – Louis Armstrong • – James Brown • – Johnny Nash • – Bill Withers • – Katrina and the Waves • – Tim McGraw • – R. Kelly • - Des’ree • – Mariah Carey/ Whitney Houston • – Mariah Carey • – Gloria Gaynor • – Daniel Powter • – Michael Jackson • – Celine Dione • – Chumba Wumba • – Eminem • – Fort Minor • – Eminem • – Enigma • – Carmina Burana My Personal Favourites • – Enya • - Enya • – 98 degrees & Stevie Wonder • – Celine Dione • – Lisa Gerard • – Ronan Keating • – Celine Dione • – Les Miserables • – Celine Dione & Andrea Bocelli • – Pavarotti * • – Sarah Brightman & Andrea Boccelli * * These 2 songs remind me of Paul Potts. And if you haven’t caught the story of this inspiring car phone salesman, check out.
Feel free to add any inspirational songs that you like to this list! Disclaimer: The links point to external resources and I sincerely apologize if they contain scenes or comments you find deplorable. I also appreciate the fact that everyone will have their favourites and if none of the above are inspirational songs or motivational songs in your point of view, please accept my deepest regrets!
**Photo by inspirational songs. @Kirsten, the vibes of ‘Turn the Beat Around’ is really infectious. Really gets you moving into action! Love the Verdi recommendation It was one of the songs we sang when I was in the high school choir! Bring back fond memories @Steven, great songs, all of them. And I especially loved Free fallin’ @Pinny, totally agree!
Enya’s songs never fail to bring out some bright ideas. They were often used in personal development seminars & weddings over here too! Everyone, thanks for introducing some great songs to me good stuff. And for those who wants to listen to the new recommendations, just go to and search for the music video. Keep the recommendations coming! • at 2:11 pm. If you don’t mind going back to the 80’s, might as well add the Greatest American Hero theme song or the lesser known Spikolli’s Theme from The Fast Times at Ridgemont High soundtrack.
Also Neil Diamond did a 70s song tribute to Johnathan Livingston Seagul that’s pretty inspirational. I also like to play Queen’s Flash Gordon theme when I want to go on an ego trip or make fun of people who think they are the “Savior of the Universe!!” Being a Canadian myself, I can’t tollerate Celine Dionmy inspriation goes out the window when I hear her screaching. • Ellesse at 9:31 am. Wow Frank, that’s some great introduction to the songs you’ve suggested! I’ll definitely check them out later on Youtube!
And for Celine Dion, I’m really sorry if my listing of her songs have affected you in a way or another. I’ve tried to make the list as diversified as possible but I reckon that different people have different personal preferences, especially when it comes to something so moving such as songs or music.
And I fully respect that! Nonetheless, I sincerely thank you for dropping by and expressing your frank opinion Really appreciate that! • tfhjt at 3:28 pm. @Neoxl, thanks for the link to the video! Israel must have been a inspirational personality! It’s a pity I didn’t get to know about his songs prior to that! Thanks for the great introduction.
@Denise, thanks for the kind reminder! Rolling Stones’ a classic too. @Angela, yeah. He was not confident of himself, often a subject of bully when he was younger but that didn’t stop him from becoming one of the world’s greatest inspiration.
@TJ, I’m sorry to admit I didn’t buy his album **embarrassed**. In fact, if wasn’t for my brother who frequents youtube, I wouldn’t have heard about his amazing story. That’ being said, I’m glad you’ve done the work for us by introducing his songs.
Will definitely check them out! Thanks TJ • at 5:32 pm. @Fransesco Thanks for your recommendations! I love that part of the lyrics so true isn’t it? You discover you can! @Anthony I wish I could cover all the great motivational songs in this list. But well, preferences differ and of course, new songs are continuously added so keep the recommendations coming!
Thanks for your addition to the list. I really love that song! @Youcc Thanks, I’ve fixed it and other links that’s not working. Gee, that’s the problem when you’re linking to external sites. • God at 2:25 am. @God, Colin, nerd, thanks for your recommendations. I’m sure all of us would check them out!
@wolf yeah, Paul Potts’ story just told us anything is possible! @chris I’m sorry the list of songs made you suicidal if you’re depressed I agree with you that everyone’s tastes in music is different.
But that diversity is what made humankind so fascinating, isn’t it? Thanks for your recommendations. I’ll definitely check them out. Hey, you know something? Nessun Dorma: Pavarotti is common on our lists • Debbie at 5:10 am. @Alexandra thanks for your reference.
I’m sure those who’re looking for inspiration would love to join your tweets @Akshay, Antoreep, Dan Thanks for your recommendation! I’ll definitely check it out. If there’s really one thing I love about this post, is the great flood of sharings of great inspirational songs among the readers.
Keep them coming! @AndrewA72 Looks like we’ve got some common preferences for music. It feels real great to find someone of the same interests @The Fitness Diva gee, someone told me he liked the pic too. You can really find some great gems in Flickr! @Terese If you liked that video, you must check out my • Brandon Normal at 5:33 am. Wow – some good suggestions here. I am more of the inspirational variety like the songs sung by Paul Potts and Andrea Bocelli.
I also did not know about Neal E. Boyd and I am so glad you told me about him, Debbie!! What a beautiful voice! But I love country and not many songs are listed here – how about the collaboration between Sugarland’s Jennifer Nettles and Jon BonJovi – Who Says You Can’t Go Homeand I love Trace Adkin’s “You’re Gonna Miss This” and Kenny Chesney’s “Don’t Blink” and “You Save Me”. • Mystic at 3:01 am. Wow nice List, absolutely inspirational!!
Thank you so much Ellesse. I would like to add some too if you dont mind =D – Eagles’ Hotel California – Beatles’ Here comes the Sun – Creed’s With Arms Wide Open – AeroSmith’s I dont wanna miss a thing – Missy Higgins’ Steer – 1927’s If I Could.
– Rolling Stones’ Paint it Black – Christina Aguilera’s Beautiful – Enrique Iglesia’s Escape – Daryl Braithwaite’s The Horses – Mariah & Boyz 2 Men’s One Sweet Day – U2 & Mary J Blige’s One – Joshua Kadison’s Beautiful in my Eyes & Jessie – Marvin Gaye’s Stand by Me – Robbie’s Better Man ( I’m still working on it =/ ). Great list, but where’s Lee Ann Womack’s “I Hope You Dance?” I’d also like to add: Bon Jovi- Livin’ On A Prayer The Pretenders- I’ll Stand By You O.A.R.-This Town The Five Stairsteps- Ooh Child Van Halen- Jump USA for Africa- We Are The World Journey- Don’t Stop Believin’ Dio- Rainbow in the Dark Steve Earle- Someday and this may be a lil heavy and stripper-esque(no offense), but Scorpion’s “Rock You Like A Hurricane” gets me in the first three seconds then again, so does every Bon Jovi song and most 80’s songs. • melanie at 8:53 am. Thanks for sharing these songs guys and great job Ellesse! This is a really great site! I also like unwritten, very liberating.
Songs from the broadway play RENT inspires me too. SEASONS OF LOVE, NO DAY BUT TODAY. We always sing the PROUD Song of Heather Small in our company’s fellowship nights. You can also include JUST STAND UP, GOLD, FAME, SHACKLES, ALL I WANNA DO -SHERYL CROW, RUN THIS TOWN, EMPIRE STATE OF MIND. They are feel-good music! I also love HAKUNA MATATA, i even got a tattoo of a symbol that represents it. • at 5:41 am.
Thank you so much for this list. I made an inspirational mix cd for a friend’s “bucket list” (meaning live life to the fullest) party.
Now I’m working on volume two. Suggestions (ironically several with similar titles) When You Wish Upon a Star, by NSYNC Wishing on a Star, by Beyonce Beautiful, by Christina Aguilera Beautiful, by Bethany Dillon Live Like You Were Dying, by Tim McGraw Live Like We’re Dying, by Kris Allen For Good, by Kristin Chenowith (Broadway songtrack of Wicked) Walk the Walk, by Poe • M. Jafar at 7:06 pm.
This is a beautiful list of songs. I would suggest: Differently – Cassie Davis Taking Chances- Celine Dion The Horses- Daryl Braithwaite My Childhood Bed- Errol Gray (Very clever australian balladeer) Cant work No Longer – The Flood. I love this song You found me – The fray The Power of Love – Huey Lewis and the News (BACK TO THE FUTURE) Fingerprints – katy Perry (will never be a single but beautifully written/executed) You set me free – Michelle Branch (on the disney movie ICE PRINCESS) FLoat on – Modest Mouse Our time now – Plain white t’s The Way you make me feel – Ronan Keating and Bryan adams Lift- Shannon Noll I can wait forever – Simple Plan Someday Someday – Thirsty Merc Hey Soul Sister – Train and my favourite: Perfect by Vanessa Amorosi • Ashley at 10:12 am.
This is a beautiful list of songs. I would suggest: Differently – Cassie Davis Taking Chances- Celine Dion The Horses- Daryl Braithwaite My Childhood Bed- Errol Gray (Very clever australian balladeer) Cant work No Longer – The Flood. I love this song You found me – The fray The Power of Love – Huey Lewis and the News (BACK TO THE FUTURE) Fingerprints – katy Perry (will never be a single but beautifully written/executed) You set me free – Michelle Branch (on the disney movie ICE PRINCESS) FLoat on – Modest Mouse Our time now – Plain white t’s The Way you make me feel – Ronan Keating and Bryan adams Lift- Shannon Noll I can wait forever – Simple Plan Someday Someday – Thirsty Merc Hey Soul Sister – Train and my favourite: Perfect by Vanessa Amorosi (even better live!) • at 3:05 am.
Free Nokia 2690 Game Download Mpbus. So no one thought of the Greatest love of all? Firstly not only would Whitney Houston buy and sell Enya she has the best vocal ability (in her hey day) then all of them. I’m looking to make an inspirational playlist for my boyfriend who’s working hard at trying to turn his life round. I loe most of the songs on here but here are some more that really speak to me. What makes you different (makes you beautiful) by the Backstreet Boys 2.
Dancing in the Moonlight by TopLoader (the whole vibe of the song never fails to put me in a good mood). Bless the Broken Road by Rascal Flatts 4. At the Cross by Hillsong 5. Lean on me by Kirk Franklin Please listen to these songs and the message they’re portraying, it’s truly beautiful =) • Sun at 4:35 am. Thank you, thank you, thank you! Lovely, lovely music!
XDDD I live my life through music, and in my opinion it is the language of the soul. Someone can verbally say something, and no one will understand it, but as soon as you add the melody, pretty much everyone understands what is being said! Its quite a nice to see that there are people who care about others and help them even if they know each other wait a minute thats what makes us human. Anyway this is quite a nice site with not just full of motivational songs but also with full of inspirational people in the end. Smile, enjoy and live your fullest coz who knows when are you gonna live again.
And a special thanks to Ellesse for making such a nice contribution coz everyone goes down under every once in a while the trick is to keep breathing and these songs are just one of those life savers • at 6:55 am. Well I have to say this list is unbelievable in terms of artists and music.
Kelly and the rest of them are simply amazing. Though I have one question for you. There is this band named Explosions in the Sky.
Perhaps you have heard of them or maybe you haven’t but I suggest that you take a listen to them. They’re an instrumental band so no vocals but the artistry with the instruments is truly inspiring and will also get you excited for some event like sports or anything else, they are truly captivating with music.
Also fun fact: They are the band that did most of the music in the film Friday Night Lights so please take a listen to them if you get a chance to. • Ellesse at 3:02 am. Great list and great suggestions. Making an inspiratioal CD because of the latest single by Shania Twain (thank GOD she came back!!).
Some on my cd are listed here, but here’s a couple more: dream BIG – Ryan Shupe & the Rubber Band (powerful lyrics – gets you teary eyed) Happy – Leona Lewis Today is Your Day – Shania Twain (released June 12, 2011 on itunes) I Hope You Dance – Lee Ann Womack Stand – Rascall Flatts I Believe I Can Fly – R. Windows Se7en Activator Extreme Loader 3.503. Kelley Three Little Birds – Bob Marley I’m Alive – Celine Dion I’m Free – Jon Secada The Climb – Miley Cirus You Gotta Be – Des’ree One Moment In Time – classic Whitney Houston • Vicky at 4:33 pm.
Day By Day – Doug and The Slugs Metalingus – AlterBridge Someday I’ll be Saturday Night – Bon Jovi Any Other Day – Bon Jovi Promise – Eve 6 The Dance – Garth Brooks Unanswered Prayers – Garth Brooks Someone Who’s Cool – The Odds How Do You Like Me Now – Toby Keith Rockstar – Rihanna 18 Wheeler – P!nk Raise Your Glass – P!nk F-ing Perfect – P!nk God Is A DJ – P!nk Have A Nice Day – Bon Jovi Bounce – Bon Jovi Welcome to Wherever You Are – Bon Jovi Keep The Faith – Bon Jovi These are more motivational than inspirational for the most part. They keep me feeling hopeful and looking forward. • 4ever at 4:50 pm.