So many musicians have written about Songs About Animals. Here are 17 of the best ones.
From the album, Dreamland (+ Bonus Levels), released on August 6, 2020
"Heat Waves" is a song by Glass Animals. It was released on August 7, 2020, as the lead single from their third studio album, Dreamland (2020). The song was written by Glass Animals frontman Dave Bayley and produced by Paul Epworth.
From the album, V, released on September 2, 2014
"Animals" is a song by American pop rock band Maroon 5. It was released on August 25, 2014 as the fourth single from the band's fifth studio album, V (2014). The song was written by frontman Adam Levine, Benny Blanco, and Shellback; the latter two are also the producers. "Animals" is a synth-pop song with an 80s influence. The song's lyrics center around the idea of animalistic behavior during sex. The song received mixed reviews from music critics, who praised its production but criticized its lyrical content.
From the album, Bad Animals, released on June 6, 1987
The song "Alone" was written by Ann and Nancy Wilson of the rock band Heart. It was released as a single in 1987 and reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song is about feeling alone and misunderstood. The production details are not known.
From the album, The Animals, released on January 1, 1964
The Animals' "House of the Rising Sun" is a song about a life of poverty and desperation. The song is set in New Orleans and tells the story of a young man who is born into a life of poverty and desperation. The song is told from the perspective of the young man, and it is clear that he is not happy with his life. The song describes the conditions of the house he lives in, and how he is forced to steal and prostitute himself just to survive. The song is a powerful and moving portrait of poverty and desperation, and it is clear that the young man is not content with his life.
From the album, Habits, released on January 1, 2010
"Animal" is a song by American rock band Neon Trees and was released as their debut single in 2010. The song was produced by Tim Pagnotta and was featured on their debut studio album, Habits. The song is an upbeat rock track with a catchy chorus. It is about the singer's desire to break free of conformity and be himself. The lyrics include lines such as "I'm more than the clothes I wear or the price of my hair, I'm not just a face in the crowd, I'm an animal". Musically, the song features a driving beat and bouncy synths, as well as an infectious guitar riff. It also includes a subtle electronic distortion in the chorus.
From the album, Songs from the Arc of Life, released on September 18, 2015
"The Carnival of the Animals, R. 125: XIII. The Swan (Arr. for Cello and Piano)" is a musical composition by Camille Saint-Saëns. It was originally written in 1886 in a suite of 14 movements. The arrangement for cello and piano was made by the composer in 1922. The song is a slow, lyrical piece which tells the story of a graceful swan. The cello plays a slow, languid melody accompanied by the simple arpeggios of the piano part. The music has a gentle, calming feel to it and is often used as a lullaby. The piece has been popularly recorded by many well-known artists, including Yo-Yo Ma, Sarah Chang, and Mstislav Rostropovich.
From the album, All the Right Reasons (Special Edition), released on September 26, 2005
"Animals" is a song by Canadian rock band Nickelback, released as the fourth single from their seventh studio album, Here and Now. The song was written by Chad Kroeger, Ryan Peake, and Joshua Ramsey. It was produced by Joey Moi and co-produced by Kroeger. The song is about taking risks and living life to the fullest, exploring the idea that animals in the wild take more risks than humans do. The song has an anthemic chorus and an aggressive, heavy metal-influenced instrumental section. The song also features an acoustic guitar and some melodic piano chords.
From the album, For Those That Wish To Exist, released on February 26, 2021
"Animals" is a song by British metalcore band Architects. It was released as the lead single from their seventh studio album, Holy Hell (2018). Produced by Dan Searle, the track was written as a tribute to former band member Tom Searle, who died in 2016 after a three-year battle with cancer. The song is a mid-tempo track with heavy guitar riffs and an atmospheric chorus. Its lyrics discuss the futility of mortality and the cycle of life and death.
From the album, Animals (Extended), released on January 1, 2013
From the album, Coast Modern, released on July 28, 2017
From the album, Punk Goes Pop, Vol. 6, released on November 17, 2014
From the album, Trick, released on November 5, 2012
From the album, Borrowed Time, released on April 7, 2017
From the album, Parrhesia, released on March 25, 2022
From the album, Masterpiece, released on May 27, 2016
From the album, Pinkfong Animal Songs, released on July 27, 2017
From the album, En Español, released on March 28, 2012
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