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100 Best Songs With Months in the Title

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January, February, March, April, May—you can find a song with any month featured in the title. Discover them here!

January, February, March, April, May—you can find a song with any month featured in the title. Discover them here!

What Are the Best Songs With a Month in the Title?

Musicians express the way they feel about their favorite month in unique ways. While certain songs are actually an ode to the favorite month of the year, the majority of songs that mention a month in their title figuratively convey the meaning of an in-depth concept or personal experience. Months in songs represent a diverse range of emotions and feelings that are brought to life with elements of fact, fiction, imagination, and creativity.


What Do Months of the Year Signify in Songs?

The varied sentiments expressed in songs that mention months of the year are often juxtaposed for a contrasting effect to highlight something of significant importance. An in-depth perspective of thoughts relating to fictional stories or personal experiences is often showcased with a culmination of events based on a metaphoric outlook.

Months in song titles may represent different stages of life in a philosophic manner to convey a comprehensive message. Months of the year may also be used to draw special attention to the simple pleasures of life experienced on a day-to-day basis. Such moments are brought to life with imaginative lyrics and nostalgia.


Belief Associated With Months of the Year

Although belief about certain months being sacred is manifested through age-old tradition and religion, it’s the symbolic purity of human thoughts that makes a month important. The emotions and feelings associated with different months of the year are often conveyed in a parabolic manner through songs.

A number of musicians narrate stories about the grim realities of life with months of the year used as an expression. While songs about different months showcase diverse themes, their core elements denote:

  • Relationships
  • Heartache
  • Innocence
  • Breakups
  • Love
  • Romance
  • Anger
  • Death
  • Joy
  • Memories
  • Trust
  • Disgust
  • Infidelity
  • Happiness
  • Anticipation
  • Sadness
  • Compassion
  • Despair
  • Passion
  • Fear

Singers and songwriters employ a poetic mindset to convey their innermost feelings. Every month of the year represents elements of life that help us move forward. While it’s our state of mind that dictates how we feel, we have to admit certain months of the year bring an overwhelming feeling of warmth and joy.


The list below showcases a collection of rock songs, pop songs, country songs, folk songs, alternative songs, R&B songs, disco songs, blues songs, and jazz songs that mention months of the year in the title. If you have an opinionor song suggestion, let us know in the comments section.

Top 10 Best Songs With Months in the Title

  1. “November Rain”—Guns n’ Roses
  2. “October Song”—Amy Winehouse
  3. “4th of July, Ashbury Park (Sandy)”—Bruce Springsteen
  4. “First of May”—Bee Gees
  5. “April Come She Will”—Simon & Garfunkel
  6. “July Morning”—Uriah Heep
  7. “August 7, 4: 15”—Jon Bon Jovi
  8. “September Gurls”—Big Star
  9. “Pieces of April”—Three Dog Night
  10. “October”—U2


11. “My December”—Linkin Park

12. “November Has Come”—Gorillaz

13. “February Stars”—Foo Fighters

14. “July”—Noah Cyrus

15. “November Blue”—The Avett Brothers

16. “Back To December”—Taylor Swift

17. “June”—Florence and the Machine

18. “Fourth of July”—Mariah Carey

19. “November Spawned a Monster”—Morrissey

20. “April Sky”—Jesus and Mary Chain


21. “December Song (I Dreamed of Christmas)”—George Michael

22. “The Last Day of June 1934”—Al Stewart

23. “Flowers in December”—Mazzy Star

24. “Late November”—Sandy Denny

25. “Sunset in July”—311

26. “8th of November”—Big & Rich

27. “January, February”—Barbara Dickson

28. “April Fools”—Rufus Wainwright

29. “June Hymn”—The Decemberists

30. “Then Came the Last Days of May”—Blue Oyster Cult

31. “Wake Me Up When September Ends”—Green Day

32. “February Air”—Lights

33. “Remember December”—Demi Lovato

34. “September Sun”—Type O Negative

35. “August Sings”—Pieter de Graaf

36. “End of May”—Michael Buble

37. “If We Make it Through December”—Merle Haggard

38. “Sometimes It Snows in April”—Prince

39. “October”—Alessia Cara

40. “September”—Earth, Wind & Fire


41. “4th of July”—U2

42. “April Sun in Cuba”—Dragon

43. “December Will Be Magic Again”—Kate Bush

44. “April Love”—Pat Boone

45. “4th of July”—Shooter Jennings

45. “Sweet November”—Troop

47. “January”—Pilot

48. “It Might As Well Rain Until September”—Carole King

49. “February Seven”—The Avett Brothers

50. “April 1st”—Neutral Milk Hotel

51. “Maybe Next May”—Secrets

52. “At the End of August”—36 Crazyfists

53. “Winds of March”—Journey

54. “February Song”—Josh Groban

55. “July”—Ocean Color Scene

56. “The September of My Years”—Frank Sinatra

57. “Gone till November”—Wyclef Jean

58. “April 29, 1992 (Miami)”—Sublime

59. “June”—Prince

60. “April Ethereal”—Opeth


61. “Fourth of July”—Sufjan Stevens

62. “A Lonely September”—Plain White T’s

63. “Permanent December”—Miley Cyrus

64. “Late March, Death March”—Frightened Rabbit

65. “Month of May”—Arcade Fire

66. “April Fool”—Patti Smith

67. “Day in June”—Kid Astray

68. “Stormy May Day”—AC/DC

69. “June is as Cold as December”—The Everly Brothers

70. “4th of July (Fireworks)”—Kelis

71. “Black Day in July”—Gordon Lightfoot

72. “45th of November”—The String Cheese Incident

73. “April Showers”—Al Jolson

74. “July, July!”—The Decemberists

75. “Rainy Day in June”—Alan Jackson

76. “4th of July”—Soundgarden

77. “April in Paris”—Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong

78. “July”—Natty

79. “Pale September”—Fiona Apple

80. “Rose in December”—Halestorm


81. “Third of May/Odaigahara”—Fleet Foxes

82. “Alone in December”—Underoath

83. “11.59 It’s January”—Scrawl

84. “October the Twelfth”—Roy Harper

85. “August is Over”—We The Kings

86. “November 18th”—Drake

87. “July Flame”—Laura Veirs

88. “April”—PJ Harvey and John Parish

89. “My October Symphony”—Pet Shop Boys

90. “Something about December”—Christina Perri

91. “October”—Evanescence

92. “January Hymn”—The Decemberists

93. “July Bones”—Richard Walters

94. “September”—Daughtry

95. “Through the Dark Months of April and May”—Cocteau Twins

96. “September When it Comes”—Johnny Cash and Rosanne Cash

97. “Five Days in May”—Blue Rodeo

98. “July”—Kris Wu

99. “Two Days in February”—The Goo Goo Dolls

100. “April's Love”—Court Yard Hounds

Other Notable Songs With Months in the Title

  • “September”—Ryan Adams
  • “Fall into November”—Folk Implosion
  • “January Sales”—The Singing Postman
  • “Snow Falls in June”—Ryan Bingham
  • “April in Houston”—SWMRS
  • “Sweet September Rain”—Idha
  • “February 2017”—Charli XCX
  • “End of July”—Paper Lions
  • “Night of 4th of May”—Al Stewart
  • “February Snow”—Bobby Bare
  • “Waiting for October”—Polaris
  • “A Long December”—The Counting Crowes
  • “September the Ninth”—Robert Wyatt
  • “April 2031”—Warrant
  • “Mississippi in July”—Charlie Worsham
  • “January Friend”—Goo Goo Dolls
  • “March March”—The Chicks
  • “September Skyline”—Single File
  • “July Tree”—Nina Simone
  • “Belly of June”—Horse Feathers
  • “First Day in August”—Carole King
  • “One Heavy February”—Architecture in Helsinki
  • “January 28th”—J. Cole
  • “The 12th of September”—Xavier Rudd
  • “If July”—His Name is Alive
  • “Soft Rains of April”—a-ha
  • “June’s Foreign Spell”—Spoon
  • “February Tale”—Pill-Oh
  • “April”—Deep Purple
  • “January”—Elton John
  • “Melancholy March”—Julie London
  • “June in January”—Dean Martin
  • “April Fool”—Soul Asylum
  • “January Wedding”—The Avett Brothers
  • “December 1963 (Oh What a Night)”—The Four Seasons
  • “September”—The Shins
  • “April 8th”—Neutral Milk Hotel
  • “September Love”—Kool & the Gang
  • “January Stars”—Sting
  • “Waiting on June”—Holly Williams
  • “February”—Joan Baez
  • “September Grass”—James Taylor
  • “When the Rain Tumble Down in July”—Slim Dusty
  • “June Gloom”—The Delta Riggs
  • “(March 19th 1983) it was Probably Green”—Carissa’s Wierd
  • “Goodbye July”—Shayna Leigh
  • “September Song”—JP Cooper
  • “Early Morning May”—Ronald Jenkees
  • “August”—Taylor Swift
  • “September Night”—Van Morrison
  • “Cold December Night”—Michael Buble
  • “The Jewel of June”—The Milk Carton Kids
  • “January”—Black Label Society
  • “October Grey”—The Screaming Jets
  • “August Town”—Duane Stephenson
  • “4th of July”—Sweet
  • “June Comes Around Every Year”—Bing Crosby
  • “The May Queen”—Robert Plant
  • “December Love”—New Kids on the Block
  • “Evening in June”—Van Morrison
  • “September Morn”—Neil Diamond
  • “Basement June”—Paramore
  • “November”—Auzre Ray
  • “February 3rd”—Jorga Smith
  • “October All Over”—Unwound
  • “Rose Hip November”—Vashti Bunyan
  • “A Long March”—As I Lay Dying
  • “April 20th”—Yellowcard
  • “Paris in June”—Johnnyswim
  • “Home in August”—Pierce Fulton
  • “4th of July”—Aimee Mann
  • “January Gloom (Seasons, Pt. 1)”—All Time Low
  • “Miss 4th of July”—Bon Jovi
  • “See You in September”—The Happenings
  • “February Winds”—Billy Talent
  • “Red October”—Audiomachine
  • “Cold Day in July”—Dixie Chicks
  • “June on West Coast”—Bright Eyes
  • “September Baby”—Joseph Arthur
  • “April Love”—L.T.D. and Jeffery Osborne
  • “January Rain”—David Gray
  • “March 23”—Confession
  • “Portorose in July”—Gramatik
  • “November”—Gabrielle Aplin
  • “Come September”—Natalie Imbruglia
  • “July”—Mundy
  • “November”—Sleeping With Sirens
  • “June 6th”—Juliana Hatfield
  • “Mr. November”—The National
  • “July in Cheyenne”—Aaron Watson
  • “I’ll Remember April”—Frank Sinatra
  • “Old September Blues (2 Meter Session)”—My Morning Jacket
  • “4th of July”—Brian McKnight
  • “Sweetest November”—Sarah Blasko
  • “The Late September Dogs”—Melissa Etheridge
  • “January 1st”—Young Thug featuring Trapboy Freddy and Jacquees
  • “Fourth of July”—Fall Out Boy
  • “May 24”—Trophy Eyes
  • “August”—No Vacation
  • “November Tale”—The Waterboys
  • “Girls in June”—Dirty Art Club
  • “One October Song”—Nico Stai
  • “August”—Umphrey’s McGee
  • “October Nights”—Yellowcard
  • “April Storms”—Jeremy Enigk
  • “Papa Whiskey November”—John Williamson
  • “June Bug”—Leo Kottke
  • “October Road”—James Taylor
  • “November was White, December was Grey”—Say Hi
  • “August Song”—Bebel Gilberto
  • “November Boogie”—Sonny Boy Williamson
  • “December”—Bugzy Malone
  • “The Thirty-First of June”—Petula Clarke
  • “May 18”—Lagwagon
  • “Do Away With April”—Sarah Vaughan
  • “Late November”—Pavlov’s Dog
  • “One Hot July”—Toney Joe White
  • “From December”—Project 86
  • “September When I First Met You”—Barry White
  • “July Jones”—The New Pornographers
  • “Last October”—Superheaven
  • “Greens of June”—case/lang/veirs
  • “Feb 14”—Kodak Black
  • “August Song”—Roomate
  • “Elf June and the Midnight Patrol”—Tangerine Dream
  • “An August Theme”—...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead
  • “January’s Child”—Michelle Lewis
  • “Blue September”—Windows and Al Stewart
  • “October Trees”—Ron Pope
  • “August Holland”—Beirut
  • “December”—Collective Soul
  • “Something ‘Bout July”—Incognito
  • “April Again”—Dean Martin
  • “November”—Heathers
  • “Cold Wind in August”—Van Morrison
  • “December's Traditions”—Frightened Rabbit
  • “October 26”—The Pretty Things
  • “Northern November”—36 Crazyfists
  • “April in Portugal”—Les Baxter Orchestra
  • “January”—Disclosure featuring Jamie Woon
  • “Maybe September”—Tony Bennett
  • “August”—Julia Nunes
  • “June is Bustin’ out all Over”—Frank Wess
  • “33rd of August”—Mickey Newberry
  • “April Showers”—ProleteR
  • “Remember November”—Juliana Hatfield
  • “May”—Syn Cole
  • “Snow in July”—Thomas Vx
  • “Hold On Until May”—Pierce the Veil
  • “September”—Sweet & Lynch
  • “4th of July”—X
  • “February Love”—The-Dream
  • “October Snow”—Jeremy Zucker
  • “August”—Rilo Kiloy
  • “November”—Tom Waits
  • “September in the Rain”—Brenda Lee
  • “Blue June”—Wild Rivers
  • “January, April and Me”—Roy Clark
  • “Snow in June”—Martin Landh
  • “July”—Tuxedo

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