6 Best Songs About Spring
Spring is on the way! It’s time to shed the winter coat and break out songs that remind us of warmth, passion, and relaxation. Take a look at some of our the best songs about Spring and add them to your own collection.
“Spring is Here” by Frank Sinatra
Usher in the Spring with a classic that’s guaranteed to get your fingers snapping. “Spring is Here” originally appeared as a popular song from the 1938 musical I Married an Angel. Several notable recordings have been released over the years. This hit from Frank Sinatra’s 1946 album The Voice of Frank Sinatra is one of the most popular and is a vivid reminder of why he was called “The Sultan of Swoon”.
“Spring Affair” by Donna Summer
Donna Summer captures the thrill of new romance in her song “Spring Affair”. Released in 1976, this song was featured on the album Four Seasons of Love. As a single, it broke into the US Billboard Hot 100 upon release, but was more popular in other countries, particularly in Canada and Spain.
“When It’s Springtime in Alaska” by Johnny Horton
This jaunty tune was released in 1959, and topped the country charts for a staggering 23 weeks. The single experienced marginal success as a crossover, breaking into the Music Vendor Pop Top 100 charts. Johnny Horton tells a story of feeling the heat even when it’s -40 below.
“Late Winter, Early Spring” by John Denver
John Denver soothes the soul with his calm vocals in this classic about springtime. Released in 1972 on the album Rocky Mountain High as part of the Season Suite series, this single helped boost his career.
“Spring in Manhattan” by Tony Bennett
This tune, released in 1963, is one of Tony’s favorites about New York. The 20 grammy award winner matches his big band voice with the Big Apple in this refreshing song about Spring. It spent two weeks on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, peaking at position 92.
“Spring Vacation” by The Beach Boys
“Spring Vacation” showcases the easygoing sounds of The Beach Boys cruising through town in Spring. This song was released on That’s Why God Made the Radio as the band’s 29th album.