10 Best Songs to Celebrate Life, Achievements, and Awesome Moments
Best Songs to Celebrate Life and Achievements
6. "The Cup of Life"—Ricky Martin
2. "I Gotta Feeling"—The Black Eyed Peas
7. "Good Feeling"—Flo Rida
3. "Good to Be Alive"—Andy Grammer
8. "Good Life"—One Republic
4. "On Top of the World"—Imagine Dragons
9. "Best Day of My Life"—American Authors
5. "Hall of Fame"—The Script ft. will.i.am
10. "Can't Hold Us"—Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
There is a moment in my life that I cannot wait for but that I still have to work towards in order for it to come to fruition. However, that has not stopped me from coming across music that gives me a special feeling when I think about that moment and if that moment had a playlist, I'm pretty sure this would be it.
(I can't give specifics of the moment at present, but I will be sure to update when this playlist is in celebratory effect!)
So what could you listen to you when you reach your moment? Or how can you get into the mindset of your moment to motivate you to get there?
Below you will find songs to celebrate life, achievements and success, and moments with and music that will perhaps give you some motivation as you work towards your goals! They are arranged in no particular order other than "can't wait."
#1. "Unwritten"—Natasha Bedingfield
There is something powerful and beautiful about the fact that we are full of possibility and potential. We are undefined, and each day we are provided with blank pages that we can fill. No one else can do what you can do, and what an amazing thing it is once you finally do it!
#2. "I Gotta Feeling"—The Black Eyed Peas
Sometimes we just have a "feeling" about something. While this is often intuition letting us know about things we should be careful of, it can also be a good feeling about the present and the future that is to come. So when you have that good feeling, enjoy it!
#3. "Good to Be Alive"—Andy Grammer
A song with a positive and upbeat message that embraces and celebrates being alive and the moment one is grateful for. Nothing like celebrating and appreciating the moment where dreams come true and recognizing that it's good to be alive!
#4. "On Top of the World"—Imagine Dragons
Ah, the feeling of being on top of the world. It's a great feeling. It doesn't come often, and sometimes it doesn't come soon enough. But when it comes, celebrate it because it normally only comes after hard work, perseverance, determination, sweat, failure, and hopefully success!
#5. "Hall of Fame"—The Script ft. will.i.am.
We all have the potential to "be the greatest." Not always in the same things, talents, or fields, but greatness is in all of us. Which is a wonderful thing! So go ahead, make it into your "Hall of Fame."
#6. "The Cup of Life"—Ricky Martin
Something about this song just gets me pumped! It is a song worthy of both the climb and the view from the top. So it was definitely a good choice for the World Cup.
#7. "Good Feeling"—Flo Rida
There's plenty to give and have a good feeling about in this song. Lots of things to overcome and just as many to celebrate.
#8. "Good Life"—One Republic
There are many things in life to be thankful for, but sometimes it's important to just take the time to be thankful for life and to remember that life can be and is good.
#9. "Best Day of My Life"—American Authors
The narrative of the song is not a complete fit but the chorus is the takeaway. You're celebrating this day and this moment, so hopefully it can be one of the best days of your life.
#10. "Can't Hold Us"—Macklemore and Ryan Lewis
What a feeling, to not be able to be held down! It's possible you know that already from your moment, but if you had a doubt remember that everything is possible, and the sky's the limit.
Are you feeling your moment?
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