Like the song says - “What doesn’t kill you makes a fighter”. The lyrics, in the song, encourage listeners to evaluate your life when something hasn’t gone your way. Learn from it and come back fighting so that you can reach the next level.
If obstacles are blocking you, you can overcome and build back up. Life has it’s ups and downs but if you're willing to put forth the effort to build a strong foundation, then you will be able to withstand the storm and become stronger than before.
Don't Worry be Happy
Bob McFerrin's 80's hit is guaranteed to turn any bad day around. The song reminds us that there is a silver lining to every bad day.
What a Wonderful World
This beautiful song has outlasted the test of time - still today Louis Armstrong's What a Wonderful World will make you stop in your traces. It's easy to take the beautiful world for granted but when you're in doubt, just look around and take in the beauty that you're surrounds you.
Over the Rainbow
Over the Rainbow was written by Harold Arlen and E. Y. Harburg for the movie Wizard of Oz. Judy Gardland first sang the song in the 1939 movie and since then it has continued to inspire and guide us through difficult times by providing hope. The song has been recorded into several successful versions.
Dare You to Move
Switchfoot's Dare You to Move reminds us that we cannot control the world around us. Life happens and we have to challenge ourselves to stand up and move. You can't dwell on the past or focus just on the misfortunes that happen everyday, instead you must be willing to stand up for yourself and be the difference.
Flo Rida's song, Good Feeling, will get you energized quickly and put you in a good mood. The song is about staying focused on your dreams and doing whatever it takes to make them come true. Overall, the message is to live your life to the fullest - there will be obstacles but you are strong enough to surpass the storm.
The message behind Pink's Perfect is nothing short from perfect. We all are different and there will always be someone telling us that we are wrong or need to change but what makes us all perfect is our differences. Accept the bad with the good and know that you are perfect - no matter what.
Parents may recognize Jack Johnson's song Upside Down from the Curious George film. Upside Down motivates those who have self doubt or have faced criticism in the past. The world will move with or without you, so make the most out of each day and never stop trying to achieve your dreams.
Better Than a Hallelujah
Amy Grant's song, Better Than a Hallelujah, levels our misery and frustrations. No matter what we may go through, God hears a melody and will guide us and provide the strength that we need to forge on.