10 Songs About Baby Love Songs

April 19, 2021 11:00 PM

When you become a parent, it’s like your whole world changes. Your priorities, your lifestyle, your routine, and even your sleep, everything changes. You are forever connected to a new life, a life that is dependent on you and a life that you brought into this world. And the first time you hold your child… it's like the world stops! There is no feeling better than holding your child close to your heart.  

This new love is absolutely unconditional and selfless. Parents often realize that these feelings are something that they never imagined and never knew existed. Something that fills their heart with so much love that it's sometimes difficult to handle and can get overwhelming. This love and this feeling are very difficult to explain and that’s why a song is a perfect way to express this pure love. So, let’s have a look at the 10 best songs about baby love. They explain the love that you develop for your baby and the bond you share most beautifully.


Best Songs About Baby Love Songs

  1. Stevie Wonder – Isn't She Lovely

If you have a daughter, this song is sure to resonate with you. The legend, Stevie Wonder wrote this song to celebrate his daughter, Aisha. It perfectly captures the love of a father and daughter.


  1. Billy Joel - Lullabye (Goodnight, My Angel)

A bedtime lullaby that perfectly captures the relationship between a parent and a child. Written by Billy Joel for his daughter, this song talks about the unconditional love and reality of life.


  1. Celine Dion – A New Day Has Come

Recorded by Celine Dion for her son, this song shares her amazement at the miracle of birth and the joy that she felt when she had her son. It speaks about how a lifelong dream of becoming a parent came true for her with the birth of her son.


  1. Tim McGraw – My Little Girl

Another one on the beautiful father-daughter bond, this song was written byTim McGraw for his daughter. It beautifully captures the feelings of a parent who wants their child to grow up and be fearless yet for any parent their child will always be a baby.

  1. Martina McBride – In My Daughter's Eyes

A song that explains very beautifully how as a parent sometimes you live your life through your child. You rediscover life with them, things you would have missed or never knew existed, come to life when you have a tiny hand guiding you along.


  1. You're Gonna Be - Reba McEntire

This one captures the beauty of the responsibilities of a new parent while speaking about the unconditional love of a parent.

  1. Beautiful Boy - John Lennon

With a tender message and a dreamy quality, this one by John Lennon was written by him for his son.

  1. Glory - Jay-Z

This one opens with the heartbeat of Beyonce and Jay-Z’s daughter and ends with her cries. It captures the sheer happiness of the couple on seeing their first born and their emotions on being new parents.

  1. Forever Young - Bob Dylan

BobDylan sang this song for his son and this one is a timeless piece. It is everything you would always wish for your child.


  1. Custom Song

Yes, there are some beautiful songs out there that capture the essence of having a baby and the emotions and love behind it. But how about a custom song that speaks about the love for your baby. A song that is made especially for you and captures the bond that you share with your baby. Sounds amazing, right? Yes, you can capture the emotions, feelings, and excitement of being parents beautifully – custom-made song.


At Bring My Song To Life, we specialize in creating songs for different occasions, even for new parents who want to capture the moment forever with a song. All you need to do is tell us about your experience, your feelings, your journey as parents and we will capture those emotions into a custom-made song. A perfect way to relive all the moments and feelings you feel as new parents whenever you want. You can have this custom song made for you and your child so that they can hear it in the future. A unique and thoughtful way of capturing beautiful moments.

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