Songs

 

There are many songs that would be appropriate for a retirement party or event.  When someone is retiring this is a exciting yet maybe a little overwhelming time for them.  They will be starting something completely new with their lives that isn’t part of the day to day routines that tend to take over our lives.  Songs are a nice way to send your wishes.

 

 

“Old Days” By Chicago

 

“The Best Is Yet To Come” By Frank Sinatra

 

“Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin”  By June Carter Cash

 

“40 Hour Week” By Alabama

 

“Thanks for the Memories” By Bob Hope

 

“Hit the Road Jack” By Ray Charles

 

“Happy Trials” By Van Halen

 

"Work is a Four-Letter Word" By The Smiths

 

"9 to 5" By Dolly Parton

 

"Young at Heart" By Frank Sinatra

 

"I've Had the Time of My Life" By Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes

 

“My Way” By Elvis Presley

 

"Too Much Time on My Hands" By Styx

 

"Celebration" By Kool and The Gang

 

"Hard Workin' Man" By Brooks and Dunn

 

“Wind Beneath My Wings” By Bette Midler

 

“Back When” By Tim McGraw

 

 

Feel free to check out these songs and see if they are what you are looking for to say to that special someone starting their new lives into retirement.  Keep in mind, each of these songs will mean something different, so its best to listen or read the lyrics to make sure they are appropriate for the event setting.

 

 

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Additional Retirement Songs:

 

"Manic Monday" By Prince/The Bangles

 

“Free At Last” By Antony & The Johnsons

 

"Time Has Come Today" By The Chambers Brothers

 

"Time of Your Life (Good Riddance)" By Green Day

 

“Work Song” By Huey Lewis & The News

 

"Happy Together" By The Turtles

 

"I Hope You Dance" By Lee Ann Womack

 

"Already Gone" By The Eagles

 

“You’ve Got A Friend” By James Taylor

 

“Memories” By Barbara Streisand