New Beginnings: The Top Songs About Moving to a New Place

New beginnings can be an exciting time, or it could be nerve-wracking, but one thing’s for sure – songs can make it all better. Whether you’re moving across town or across the country, there’s nothing like the perfect song to lift your spirits and keep you going. Here are some of the best tunes about new beginnings that will make your journey less bumpy.

“I’m Movin’ On” by Rascal Flatts

Sometimes life takes us in unexpected directions, and we have to move on. Rascal Flatts captures this sentiment perfectly in their hit song ‘I’m Movin’ On’. With its upbeat melody and lyrics about leaving old memories behind, this song is a great reminder of all the adventures waiting for you at your destination.

“Movin’ Out (Anthony’s Song)” by Billy Joel

Billy Joel tells us all the struggles of living upstate and working too hard while hightailing from his parents’ place after selling his car so that he could start anew with Brenda & Eddy down-a-town.
With its catchy chorus (‘And she’s takin’ him uptown / Just dressed up like downtown’) and energizing beat,’Movin’ Out (Anthony’s Song)’ is a tour-de-force anthem for anyone yearning for change.

“Moving Forward” by Israel Houghton

If you want something uplifting to listen to as you forge ahead into unknown territory,’ Moving Forward ‘is exactly what you need. Its positive melodies will motivate even the most nervous new beginner – Isreal sings “ I’m not worried bout tomorrow/ Cause I know who holds my hand “ .

As parting gestures goes…sounds pretty good yeah?

“Move Along” by The All-American Rejects

Quick question: Does everybody hate high school? Yeah, sure they do. Why not? ‘Move Along’ expresses the ennui of moving from high school and beyond in style, leaving that bleakness behind for something greater.
Out with the old, indeed.

“I’m Moving On” by Johnny Cash

Johnny Cash speaks on getting over a nostalgic past and moving forward (no pun intended).’ I’m Movin’ On ‘presents an outlook on life where change is necessary to keep ripening as humans- Nobody likes being stuck in one place forever.
Work towards meeting everyone you’re supposed to along this road we call life.

“Leaving on a Jet Plane” by John Denver

Sure, it’s kinda sad at times…but hearing about leaving your lover while telling them how much you’ll miss them right before going off into [insert location here] tends to take on some meaning when stowed away in our subconscious.’ Come On Baby Light My Fire  ‘

/and let’s both pretend that everything will be fine once we land/.

“The Long Goodbye” by Brooks & Dunn

Even saying goodbye properly can bring closure; Brooks &Dunn have got that part down pa-a-at. A piece about love coming back around…someday giving hope stirring up more reassurance than anything else there can be!

“It ain’t over yet”!

“We’re Not Gonna Take It” by Twisted Sister

You gotta believe those gnomes from Heavy Metal Parking Lot were onto something,”We’re Not Going To Take It!” has translated perfectly across party’s just made for rioting with….or simply bouncing around hipster bars like crazy people…whether or not Trump Is Involved?

Certainly sounds great during these hightailing days…

“Brand New Day” — Joshua Radin

When waving sayonara and feeling all sorts of strange emotions …Joshua Radin knows what it means to miss new beginnings of a fresh start. But what does it matter when every opportunity is bursting with something new? With elec trifying lyrics about making the most of transitions, ‘ Brand New Day ‘ will remind you and sing some words into that reeling mind….little baby steps yeah?

“On My Way” — Phil Collins

Let me tell ya; Phil Collins’ works as effortless motivators…It probably has played after 90% of all getaway scenes ever showcased on television.

Moving on towards through any sort discomfort? May this song be your friend!

“Homeward Bound” by Simon & Garfunkel

They had another version sang way before then but we shouldn’t focus too much there…Simon took us to their roots in Minnesota right after leaving England for the lush greenery back home here in America; It’s a reflective tune best enjoyed via somebody going from point A – B/C
– while sobbing uncontrollably.

‘Home where my thought’s escaping; Home where my music’s playing’

Come Closer and give yourself over!

When homesick inevitably takes over just let our ol’ pals help push through…

“Here Comes the Sun” by The Beatles

Need I say more???? Like seriously!

So, there they are- the best tunes about moving elsewhere! Whether you’re running away from past hiccups, feeling stuck or looking forward to things becoming brand spankin’ new again these artists capture those fleeting emotions better than anyone else…loudly sometimes might I add.
In life one thing is certain – Everything keeps on rolling..Thus change coming along seems only natural.

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