Best Songs to Celebrate the Coming of Fall!

We don’t know about you, but we’re super excited about fall. The flaming red trees, the brisk chill in the air, the best lattes everybody pretends to hate. We think this special time of year is best celebrated with a few songs to add that little extra bit of magic! Here are five of the best songs about autumn (along with a staff favorite if you’re willing to read that far). But first, here is a quick quote to welcome in the feeling of fall.

Everyone must take time to sit and watch the leaves turn. “

Elizabeth Lawrence

  1. “Autumn Leaves” by Nat King Cole (1955)
    This old time favorite is best listened to by the fireplace, slow dancing with a loved one. Or at the very least listened to with a nice hot cup of cider. Enjoy the the timeless sound of the legendary Nat King Cole.

2. “September” by Earth, Wind and Fire (1978)
A groovy classic that you can’t help but dance to, even if you don’t know the lyrics. A staple from the 70’s, it’s a must-listen to warm your heart against the autumn chill.

3. “When Fall Comes to New England” by Cheryl Wheeler (1993)
This easy-to-listen-to song makes you want to sit on a bench in the park and appreciate the falling leaves and cloudy skies, warning of the coming darker days. Let this song carry you to beautiful New England, where the trees seem almost on fire with the colors of fall.

4. “Just Like Autumn” by The Tuesday Crew, Carly Bannister, and Jordy Searcy (2018)
A song that combines falling in love with the stunning characteristics of fall, this song will make you pine to bring your loved ones close.

5. “Sweater Weather” by The Neighbourhood (2013)
The song that will having you having you reaching for your nearest sweater. This song will give you energy to get through your day, rain or shine.

We hope you find enjoyment in these songs in the same way we have. Happy fall from the MusicLift team, thanks for dropping by!

Here’s the surprise song for those of you who stuck around long enough:

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