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Taylor Swift has a song for her ma. ( photograph : The Plain Dealer )

Troy L. Smith, cleveland.com 25 Mother’s Day songs that will make you cry As prepare to celebrate however another beget ‘s Day, some of the most emotional moments regarding the womanhood who gave parturition to us can be heard in song. Some of the biggest artists in music history, from Kanye West and Metallica to the Beatles and Elvis Presley, have paid court to their mothers with some of the most touch songs in their respective catalogs. While the total of memorable songs dedicated to ma is countless, we ‘ve narrowed it down to these 25 excellent tearjerkers. ( photograph : Lisa Dejong ) Do n’t Edit Carrie Underwood – ‘Mama’s Song’ Country star Underwood ’ s ode to her mother is a pretty square tell of the lessons her elder taught her, like reaching for the stars and knowing how to do the right thing. Do n’t Edit The Spinners – ‘Sadie’ An ode to late moms, who still look over us from up above. Do n’t Edit Backstreet Boys – ‘The Perfect Fan’ BSB was never shy when it came to mawkishness. The group ’ s most heartwarming song may have been this gem, dedicated to any musician ’ s act one fan – his ma : “ You showed me how to care / And you showed me that you would constantly be there. ” Do n’t Edit Nas – ‘Dance’ Nas is often at his best when he wears his heart on his sleeve. That ‘s surely the case on this standout from Nas ‘ 2002 album where he longs for one more dance with his mother. Do n’t Edit Do n’t Edit Justin Bieber – ‘Turn To You’ possibly Bieber should listen to his own humiliate Mother ‘s Day dedication from just two years ago in an attack to regain his foot. The song is a moving testament to his mother, who stood aboard Bieber long ahead he became a polarize star. Do n’t Edit Kanye West – ‘Hey Mama’ West released “ Hey Mama ” in 2005, just two years before his mother passed aside. West performed the tune at the 2008 Grammy ceremony, which remains one of the most touch moments in the history of the awards show. Do n’t Edit Good Charlotte – ‘Thank You Mom’ In between righting party jams and pop-punk anthems, the guys in Good Charlotte took some time out to prove that they were true ma ‘s boys. Do n’t Edit Taylor Swift – ‘The Best Day’ The second gear to concluding racetrack on Taylor Swift ‘s sophomore album is possibly the most touch, as Swift sings about childhood memories driven by the warmheartedness of a mother ‘s heart. Do n’t Edit Spice Girls – ‘Mama’ The fourthly single from the Spice Girls ‘ debut album was n’t a big hit. Yet, it has become a favored amongst traditionalist fans for its soft harmonies and simplistic lyrics dedicated to a charwoman ‘s best ally – her mother. Do n’t Edit Do n’t Edit Jackson 5 – ‘I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus’ The Jackson 5 ‘s version of this vacation classic is probably the most memorable one. Spoiler alarm : Mommy ‘s not sneaking around. Santa is actually dad. Do n’t Edit Metallica – ‘Mama Said’ even a metallic group like Metallica is n’t immune from tugging at our heart strings with a song about the lessons ma teaches. Do n’t Edit The Shirelles – ‘Mama Said’ Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees The Shirelles can be heard on some of the greatest songs of all-time, including “ Will You Love Me Tomorrow, ” “ Tonight ‘s the Night ” and this elementary, but memorable ode a mother ‘s wisdom of solomon on rugged days. Do n’t Edit

Boyz II Men – ‘A Song for Mama’ originally written for the “ Soul Food ” soundtrack, “ A song for Mama ” was Boyz II Men ‘s last major hit. The Babyface-produced song, which has become a pillar on Mother ‘s Day, has far outlasted the film ‘s relevance in pop culture. Do n’t Edit Ashanti – ‘Mother’ R & B songstress Ashanti remembers the days when a mother ‘s comfort was all a child needs. Do n’t Edit Do n’t Edit Blake Shelton – ‘The Baby’ Shelton ‘s touching tribute is about the fact that no matter how old we get, our parents will always see us as their little boy or girl. Do n’t Edit Talib Kweli – ‘Momma Can You Hear Me’ Built around a moving soul-sample, rapper Talib Kweli crafts a hip-hop letter to his late ma hoping she ‘s looking down on him with a smile. Do n’t Edit Elvis Presley – ‘Mama Liked Roses’ Elvis ‘ moving ballad was released on his 1970 Christmas album as a dedication to mothers who were no longer with us for the holidays. Do n’t Edit Ozzy Osbourne – ‘Mama I’m Coming Home’ Osbourne ‘s memorable power ballad is actually a retirement sung dedicated to his wife. however, it ‘s been used by others as an ode to moms always since it ‘s release. Do n’t Edit Mac Miller – ‘I’ll Be There’ Rapper Mac Miller takes time out from his fun-loving rhymes to pay court to his mother and the fact that now that he ‘s develop and making money, he ‘ll return the favor for all the love she gave him. Do n’t Edit Do n’t Edit Il Divo – ‘Mama’ One of our biggest goals in life sentence is to make our parents proud. Crooning group Il Divo captures that perfectly on its song “ Mama. ” Do n’t Edit Christina Aguilera – ‘Oh Mother’ Aguilera ‘s ode to her ma is a promise that no count how big she gets or what they go through the two of them will always have each other. Do n’t Edit M83 – ‘For the Kids’ M83 ‘s latest album, “ Junk, ” was a bite dissentious for fans. But it does contain one of his biggest rip jerkers however. “ For the Kids ” is a song about a ma who has lost a child and even features a verse from that child directed at their mother. Do n’t Edit Meghan Trainor – ‘Mom’ Pop star Meghan Trainor enlists the aid of her sister, Kelli, for this racetrack approximately precisely how aplomb their ma actually is. Do n’t Edit 2pac – ‘Dear Mama’ The late, great Tupac Shakur was an artist defined by two sides of his personality. There was the scathing lyricist who could rip early emcees apart on tracks like “ Hit Em Up. ” then there was 2pac ‘s sensitive side, best showcased on songs like “ Dear Mama, ” an ode to his beget Afeni, who passed off earlier this week. Do n’t Edit Do n’t Edit The Beatles – ‘Julia’ One of the most personal songs John Lennon ever wrote for the Beatles is about his ma, Julia, who passed away in 1958.

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