Country singers just have a way with words. They seem to know how to put into words all the love we have for our parents, particularly our mothers. Plenty of traditional mother/ son dance songs appear on the same playlists over and over (Boyz II Men, anyone?). However, these country songs are a fresh and meaningful take on this bar mitzvah party staple.
We love recommending bar mitzvah songs to our clients. Some of our favorites cover the mother’s perspective to her son. Some of them are from the bar mitzvah to his mother. Still, both are perfect for sharing that special moment on the dance floor!
That’s What Mamas Do” by Jason Matthews
This anthem to all the amazing things mothers do throughout their children’s lives is a touching homage to the hard work and strong love of motherhood.
“Mom” by Garth Brooks
A Garth Brooks classic, “Mom” is a conversation between God and a baby just before it is born. It is an emotional and hopeful tribute to all the baby has to look forward to when he finally meets his mom.
“Never Alone” by Lady Antebellum
This treasured song can be interpreted as a mother’s promise to never abandon her child through the good and bad times in life. The mother reassures her child that no matter what, her love will always be there, and her child will never be alone.
“Mother Like Mine” the Band Perry
“Mother Like Mine” is about how the world would be a better place if everyone had a mother like the singers. It talks about the virtues of the singers mother and how everyone would be raised as friends if only they had a mother like this.
“Then They Do” by Trace Adkins
“Then They Do” is a wistful song by Trace Adkins from a parents perspective, explaining how the days are long but the years are short. It talks about the rush and hustle of raising children and then the bittersweet joy when they become adults and all their dreams come true.