A strong inner urge or prompting; a vocation:
A kind or sort:
A small section of the Jewish or Christian Bible.
The definition of a tune is a song, a melody, having correct musical pitch or being in the correct key.
A poem or song of mourning or lamentation.
(Music) A piece of music for one performer.
A small, shabby dwelling; shack; hut
(--- Golf) A number of holes as a unit of competition, esp. eighteen
Popular music evolved from rock-and-roll, variously containing elements of folk music, country music, etc. and now often emphasizing loudness, distortion, the use of electronic synthesizers, etc.
Rhapsody is extended, emotional piece of music or literature, or an enthusiastic written or spoken response or feeling, or an ancient Greek epic poem.
Poetry is a style of writing that uses a formal organization and that is often divided up into lines or stanzas, or it refers to something beautiful.
A composition in verse rather than in prose:
A numeral or a series of numerals used for reference or identification:
Music can stay in your head long after hearing it. Called an ""earworm,"" this is caused by a stimulation of the brain's auditory cortex that fills in parts of a song that you have heard before and ""plays"" the song in your brain.
A poem suitable for setting to music or singing.
The words of a song, as distinguished from the music
A song; a tune.
Any song of praise or glorification
A simple song.
A musical composition usually in four or more parts written for a large number of singers.
A monotonous rhythmic call or shout, as of a slogan:
(Historical) A round dance accompanied by singing.
The definition of cant is phony enthusiasm for goodness.
The final section of an aria or duet marked by a quick uniform rhythm.
The music for such a poem.
Any well-known song or recording regarded as being inspirational or iconic
Find another word for songs. In this page you can discover 34 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for songs, like: calls, strains, verses, tunes, threnodies, solos, shanties, rounds, rock, rhapsodies and poetry.