Listen to Something New: 5 Songs With An Empowering Message

“Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and life to everything”  – Plato

5 Songs With An Empowering Message

Music has always had the power to inspire us so here are 5 songs with an empowering message:-

1. Let It Go

From the very popular 2013 film Frozen, Let It Go has the empowering message that we can all let go of things that are holding us back and become who we really are.

Let It Go  – Idina Menzel

2. There’s a Place For Us

Featured on the soundtrack of the 2010 film The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of The Dawn Treader, There’s a Place For Us has the message that we are brilliant if we believe that we can be.

There’s a Place for Us – E.M.D (Bonus Track  – The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader)

3. Invictus Games Anthem

Based on a poem by the English poet William Ernest Henley , the Invictus Games Anthem was performed at the opening ceremony of the inaugural Invictus Games.

The song has the powerful and empowering message that we are all in charge of our fates.

Invictus Games Anthem

4. Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)

The message of this song is that we can often raise stronger and empowered by coming through a difficult situation.

Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You) – Kelly Clarkson

5. The Climb

From the 2009 film Hannah Montana: The Movie, The Climb is a song that inspires us to keep going despite how difficult the journey is.

The Climb – Miley Cyrus

Over to you: Do you have songs that inspire and empower you?

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9 Comments

  1. Hey Jo,

    I use to be a HUGE music fan. That is until I started working at home and just don’t have time to listen to it anymore.

    Now that my Mom lives next door and every time we go anywhere she’s with me, I never turn the music on because she’s so hard of hearing in the first place she would be talking over the music so why bother.

    So with that being said I’ve not heard any of these pieces. I can’t listen to music while I work because I have to be concentrating on what I’m doing. Great shares though, thank you.

    ~Adrienne
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    1. Hi Adrienne,

      For me, it is quite the reverse. I never used to be a big music fan.

      Now, I love listening to music to chill me out or as in the case of the songs I have chosen to help inspire and encourage me on days when I am feeling blue.

      Thank you for commenting and have a great week.

      Jo

  2. Hey Jo,

    It’s my first visit to your site and do you know what?
    I’m a big fan of music. I’ve not heard the top 3 songs that you’ve shared. .

    Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You) is not a bad song at all. But, I like “the climb” song by Miley cyrus of film Hannah Montana.

    I’ll surely listen some of other songs that you’ve shared.

    Thanks for sharing!

    -Mustafa
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  3. Hi Mustafa,

    Great to have you visiting my blog.

    Glad you like The Climb too. I think it has a great message that inspires to us to keep going in spite of the challenges we face.

    Thanking you for commenting and have a great weekend.

    Jo

    1. Hi Zoe,

      I like a bit of Bon Jovi but I’ve had to go and google Keep the Faith as I wasn’t sure I had heard of that one. Another song to play I think.

      Thank you for telling me about some more songs that can inspire me

      Jo

  4. Ah, Let it Go. Such a great song. It has a beautiful message to it and, I’ll admit that I get pumped up to it while listening. For me, a great inspirational song is actually a piece of classical music – The Ode to Joy by Beethoven. When the choir gets going, it just fills my heart up and lifts me out of my body. Such a great, wonderful peice of work.
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    1. Hi Steve,

      I must admit I love Let It Go. It is quite catchy too which I suspect is why it has become so become so well known.

      I don’t think I have ever heard Ode To Joy so I will have to check that one out. Thank you for recommending it.

      Have a great Easter.

      Jo

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