Dozens of artists have created music about Songs About Sunday. Here are 25 of the top ones.
From the album, Mail on Sunday, released on March 17, 2008
The song "Low (feat. T-Pain)" is a hip hop and R&B song by American rapper Flo Rida, featuring American singer T-Pain. It was released as the lead single from Flo Rida's album Mail on Sunday on December 11, 2007. The song peaked at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart for ten weeks, becoming Flo Rida's second number-one single in the United States and T-Pain's sixth. The song was Flo Rida's breakthrough hit and is his most successful single to date. "Low (feat. T-Pain)" was written by T-Pain, Flo Rida, and Sean Garrett. The song's production was handled by DJ Frank E. The song samples the hook from the 1999 single "C U When U Get There" by American R&B group Coolio featuring vocals from American singer L.V.. The song also interpolates the chorus of the 1988 single "buffalo Stance" by English singer-songwriter Neneh Cherry. "Low (feat. T-Pain)" is a hip hop and R&B song that features a simple, synth-driven beat. The song's lyrics are about sex and contain numerous sexual innu
From the album, Where the Light Is, released on January 6, 2019
The song "Sunday Best" by Surfaces is a feel-good track about having a good time and enjoying life. The production is bright and uplifting, with a bouncy beat and catchy melodies. This song is sure to put a smile on your face and get you moving.
From the album, Songs About Jane: 10th Anniversary Edition, released in 2002
"Sunday Morning" is a song by American pop rock band Maroon 5. It was released on October 12, 2004, as the second single from their debut studio album, Songs About Jane (2002). The song peaked at number 31 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song was written by band members Adam Levine and Jesse Carmichael, and produced by Matt Wallace. The song is a mellow, acoustic-guitar-driven ballad about waking up alone after a one-night stand. The lyrics express Levine's remorse and guilt over a failed relationship. The song was inspired by Levine's personal experience of waking up alone after a one-night stand. "Sunday Morning" was well-received by music critics. AllMusic's Matthew Chisling praised the song, calling it a "soothing, sweet acoustic number" with a "catchy melody". Billboard magazine's Chuck Taylor also praised the song, calling it a "standout track" and "one of the best radio singles of the year". "Sunday Morning" was a commercial success, peaking at number 31 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), denoting sales
From the album, Black Sunday, released on July 20, 1993
"Insane in the Brain" is a song by American hip hop group Cypress Hill. It was released in 1993 as the lead single from the group's third album, Black Sunday. The song peaked at number 19 on the US Billboard Hot 100, making it the group's highest-charting single in the United States. In the United Kingdom, the song peaked at number four on the UK Singles Chart. The song was produced by DJ Muggs.
From the album, War (Remastered), released on February 28, 1983
"Sunday Bloody Sunday - Remastered 2008" is a song by U2. It was released on their 1983 album, War. The song was written about the 1972 Bloody Sunday shootings in Derry, Northern Ireland. The song is considered one of U2's most political songs. It has been covered by many artists, including Green Day and Bruce Springsteen.
From the album, At Last!, released in 1960
"A Sunday Kind of Love" is a classic soul song, originally recorded by the R&B vocal group The Harptones and released in 1953. The song has been covered by many artists, including a popular version by Etta James, released in 1960. The song has a classic blues-style chord progression and vocal delivery. The lyrics are about a love that is not to be rushed, but instead to be enjoyed in a slow, romantic manner. The track features a strong horn and backing vocal section, providing a soulful atmosphere. The song was produced by Leonard and Phil Chess of Chess Records in Chicago. It was recorded and released on the Argo label.
From the album, Louder Now (Deluxe Edition), released on April 25, 2006
"MakeDamnSure" is a song released by Taking Back Sunday in 2006. It was featured on their album Louder Now and was released as a single in the United Kingdom and the United States. The song was produced by Eric Valentine and mixed by Chris Lord-Alge. Musically, the song is an upbeat rock song driven by a steady, driving beat and distorted guitars. Lyrically, the song is a plea for a lover to not give up on the relationship, even in the face of a difficult situation. The song's chorus contains the repeated lines "I'm not gonna make you, babe, I'm not gonna make you/ Make damn sure that you know" which serve as the main hook of the song.
From the album, Sensitive G, released on November 16, 2018
"Cocaine Sunday" is a song by Filipino artist Eyedress. It was produced by Eyedress and released as a single on April 7, 2019. The track is a dreamy, synth-driven track that follows Eyedress exploring the effects of drug use. He reflects on the highs and lows of indulging in drugs and the consequences that follow. It features a melodic vocal delivery and lush instrumentation.
From the album, Sunday Morning, released on October 15, 2021
From the album, The Velvet Underground & Nico 45th Anniversary, released on March 12, 1967
From the album, Surf, released on June 30, 2015
From the album, Doris, released on August 16, 2013
From the album, Sunday Morning, released on September 28, 2018
From the album, Sunday Morning, released on July 29, 2022
From the album, My Kind Of Livin', released on March 8, 2005
From the album, Tragic Kingdom, released on October 10, 1995
From the album, The Joy of Music, released on March 11, 2022
From the album, The Pink Polo EP, released on April 5, 2016
From the album, My Jesus, released on April 22, 2022
From the album, Sunday, released on July 3, 2015
From the album, Jockeys of Love, released on February 12, 2021
From the album, Sunday, released on May 7, 2020
From the album, Sunday Vibes, released in 2016
From the album, Sunday, released on July 3, 2016
From the album, EVERYWHERE, released on July 24, 2017
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