Songs About Mothers

by Trevor Morelli

Music is a great way to express gratitude to those we love, so it's no surprise there are plenty of songs about mothers. Let's see how you do with these matronly tunes.
Here's our list of songs about a mother or father
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Comments: 3

  • Ken from Lasalle OntarioSongfactors Unite!
  • Kellie Acosta from Grandfalls, TexasMy Mom's Tender Mercies
  • AnonymousApparently, the most forgotten name in rock is Frankie Valli - who turned 86 on May 3rd, and recorded My Mother's Eyes" on several occasions, including his 1967 release "The Four Seasons Present ..." and in the Broadway production. Every group (including The Beatles, The Stones or the Bee Gees owe a debt of gratitude to Frankie Valli, because it was his use of falsetto that inspired all the rest to use falsetto in their music.
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