Graduation season is officially here, and the class of has a lot to celebrate. Graduating from both high school and college looks a little different in the age of social distancing. So whether you're having a virtual graduation or a small celebration with your household , you're still saying goodbye to one chapter of your life and beginning an exciting new one, and these timeless songs sum that up perfectly. As exciting as graduating, it's also a little scary.
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It's that time of the year again, when students don caps and gowns, emotional parents take a million pictures, and best friends hug each other tight. Graduation time is unlike any other; there's a sense of anticipation and hope for the future. Graduation marks the end of one era and the beginning of another; it represents accomplishment, hard work and decades of memories made -- with many more to be created in the future. Several will have your eyes misting with tears, while a couple will have you laughing a time or two. While it's a simple concept, it can be easy to forget when embarking on a new adventure post-graduation.
Barbara has spent over forty years writing poems, lyrics, and sayings for cards, and interpreting the meanings and messages in song. Here you'll find a list of mother-son songs. As the mom of four boys and two stepsons, I can sincerely say there are no words to describe a mother's love. However, there are several mother-son songs that can bring a tear to your eye. In this article, I will explore 14 of the very best mother-son songs for all kinds of celebrations.
Millions of high school students and college grads will be walking across the graduation stage to the familiar sounds of "Pomp and Circumstance" soon, but we feel like country fans can do better this graduation season. Is there a song that you think is among the all-time top graduations songs? This ballad from was on Cyrus' Home at Last album. It's a song he wrote about Miley shortly before she was to head to Los Angeles to begin filming Hannah Montana. While it wasn't a huge hit at country radio, the lyrical content and Billy Ray's sincerity earn it a spot on the 10 Great Graduation Songs list.