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September 27, 2018 Houseguest Thanks 4 comments

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With bubblegum hits flavored and remixed with a bit of trap and R&B and lyrics that are so thoughtfully and authentically written, it’s safe to say that Ariana Grande’s fifth studio album is better than Sweetener.

But which tracks got a YASS and which ones deserved a thank you, next? From the trap-infused 7 Rings all the way to the beautiful and sincere Ghostin, here’s a list of Thank U, Next songs ranked from Worst to First…

12. 7 Rings

Imma just say it – Ariana, honey, stay away from trap, rap and all things that don’t suit you. 7 Rings is ranked as the least best song on Thank U, Next simply because it doesn’t ring true to Ariana’s signature sound. Don’t get me wrong, Ari sounds fierce, confident and super sassy throughout, but the track does tend to get a little repetitive after a while. That said, we’re certain 7 Rings will still be blasting at every party in 2019. Thank you Ari, but, next.

11. Make Up

Just when you think Ariana is about to deliver yet another cutesy bubblegum pop hit, the dainty diva hits you with a few curse words and lets us know just how much she loves make up sex. Make Up shows off Ari’s sultry side and the wordplay is great (you’ve gotta love that Fenty Beauty shoutout) but as good a song that it is, it just doesn’t compare to its fellow tracks on the album.

10. Fake Smile

Fake Smile is without a doubt the realest and most honest track on Thank U, Next. Singing about her uncomfortable life in the public eye and having to fake a smile after everything she’s been through, Ariana truly lets her feelings out the bag in this mellow, R&B record. Oh and those Mariah-esque vocals are on point!

9. Bad Idea

Ariana might have taken us too way seriously when we said we needed some Rihanna music up in here. Bad Idea sounds like something straight out of RiRi’s Good Girl Gone Bad-era, wouldn’t you say? Speaking of, this is a track that showcases Ari’s newfound rebellious side. Singing about hanging out with someone to “numb the pain”, Bad Idea can only be about her ex-boyfriend, Ricky, who she reconciled with after breaking up with Pete Davidson.

8. Break up with your Girlfriend, I’m Bored

Ariana went IN with the R&B in the album’s closing track. Break up with your Girlfriend, I’m Bored is a slick and sexy banger that hears a confident and cheeky Ari that we’ve certainly never heard before. Just when you think the popstar is eager to steal a girl’s man, the video reveals that the entire song is actually about getting the girl instead. And no, this isn’t a lesbian anthem, BUWYG is actually a song about self-love. There’s a reason why the girl in the video looks just like Ariana – Ari was singing about breaking up with her very own boyfriend so she can love herself.

7. In My Head

There’s going to be several fans who will feel this song on a spiritual level. Clearly referencing her relationship with ex, Pete Davidson, Ariana explores trying to see the best in someone she loves although they’re not right for her. “Look at you, boy, I invented you” – damn, Ari went in and dragged Pete in this one. Regardless of the lyrics, In My Head is also quite the banger – it’ll certainly have us bopping our heads for the next few days.

6. Bloodline

You know a song is going to be good when it opens with Ariana’s adorable laugh. Bloodline is a dancehall-tinged track that once again hears the singer crooning about wanting someone she shouldn’t have. It’s edgy, modern and Ariana sounds hella sexy. In fact, all it’s missing is a fire verse from Nicki Minaj. Side by Side part 2, anyone?

5. Needy

Needy is a whole mood, y’all. Giving us total Sweetener vibes, every girl can relate to this dreamy, mellow track about needing emotional support and attention from a loved one. This might be the shortest and most minimal song on Thank U, Next but it’s one of our favorites.

4. Imagine

Imagine is one of the very few tracks on Ari’s latest album that actually showcases her power vocals. With phenomenal whistle tones, flexible riffs and runs, and emotional lyrics that make you want to put your head in a pillow and cry, Imagine is a song that takes you straight to heaven and back.

3. Ghostin

The emotional, tender and hair-raising masterpiece that is Ghostin is certainly a standout moment on Thank U, Next. Ariana sings about how her former relationship with Pete Davidson was affected due to her grief over Mac Miller. Not only are there powerful lyrics like, “He just comes to visit me, When I’m dreaming every now and then” – Ghostin also happens to sample Mac’s track, 2009. Excuse us as we cry a bucket of tears. Thank you for sharing such a personal song with us, Ari.

2. NASA

Ariana is on a “space”-mission and we’re here to support it! Not only is NASA a great song about self-discovery, it’s also upbeat, refreshing and addictive, officially making it the second-best song on Thank U, Next. When it isn’t a ballad, this is the kind of sound we like to hear from Ariana – a truly catchy pop anthem. NASA is going to be on repeat and it’s already got a spot in our Favorites playlist.

1. Thank U, Next

It’s the ultimate break-up record of the year, it’s been turned into a meme, and it’s a delicious delivery of bubblegum pop – we knew Thank U, Next would still be the best song on Ariana’s fifth album without even hearing the rest – I mean, even her good friend, Justin Bieber shouted out the song! It’s not everyday we hear a break-up hit promoting self-love. Ariana is preaching girl-power and the joys of being single over a fun and upbeat rhythm that stays in your mind for hours later.

Although a far cry from her pop-filled Dangerous Woman days, Thank U, Next is an era that has helped Ariana unleash some hidden emotions and truly wear her heart on her sleeve. Her newfound badass attitude, along with the contemporary sleek sound has surely elevated little Ari to more Grande levels in music. We can’t wait to hear what else is to come.

What was your favorite and worst track on Thank U, Next? Let us know in the comments below…

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Her newfound honest, badass attitude, along with the contemporary sleek sound has surely elevated little Ari to more Grande levels in music.

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A list of the top Thanksgiving songs in country music. mind / You know I can't complain / I make it a point to thank the Lord / When I got Him on.

You have probably heard this song, but do you know from where? It’s the Golden Girls theme song!

Originally written by Andrew Gold in the late 1970s, the song was picked to play during the opening credits of the cult classic television show starring Bea Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan, and Estelle Getty. The lyrics embody the spirit of a cherished friendship: doing whatever’s necessary day or night, traveling long distances, sharing treasured secrets, a true friend for life.

This Thanksgiving, don’t forget to thank your friends, especially those who are there in both your hardest moments and as a partner-in-crime during the fun times!

This Thanksgiving, no matter what your celebration entails, make sure to give thanks to the people or things that help sustain you in your life. We hope these songs have given you an idea of who those people are—parents, siblings, lovers, friends, and strangers who gave you a helping hand—or what those things may be—singing, dancing, or eating a delicious Thanksgiving meal!

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Top 50 Thanksgiving Worship Songs For 2017

Posted on November 8, 2017

*Check out the updated list of songs for 2018 here*

Thanksgiving is said to be an action of grace or a time of giving thanks for the bounty provided by the Lord. As we approach this season of thanks and giving, here is a list of the top Thanksgiving worship songs.

  1. How Great Thou Art (Paul Baloche)
  2. You Are Good (Lakewood Church)
  3. Worthy Is The Lamb (Hillsong Worship)
  4. Grateful (Elevation Worship)
  5. Come Thou Fount (David Crowder, Passion)
  6. Forever (Chris Tomlin)
  7. New Doxology (Gateway Worship)
  8. Give Thanks (Don Moen)
  9. Forever (Chris Tomlin)
  10. O Worship The King (Chris Tomlin, Passion)
  11. Praise To The Lord The Almighty (Travis Cottrell)
  12. How Great Thou Art (Don Moen)
  13. Thank You (Bethel Music, Jonathan David Helser)
  14. Enough (Chris Tomlin, Passion)
  15. Readings And Prayers For Thanksgiving/Advent/Christmas (Dan Wilt, WorshipTraining)
  16. Forever (Chris Tomlin)
  17. Doxology (David Crowder, Passion)
  18. Because Of Your Love (Paul Baloche)
  19. You Are Good (Lincoln Brewster)
  20. How Great Thou Art (Simplified) (Paul Baloche)
  21. Worthy Is the Lamb (with In the Cross and Crown Him With Many Crowns) (Travis Cottrell)
  22. Thank You Lord (Don Moen)
  23. Worthy Is the Lamb (with In the Cross and Crown Him With Many Crowns) (Travis Cottrell)
  24. How Great Thou Art (Stuart Hine)
  25. For All You've Done (Hillsong Worship)
  26. Made Me Glad (Michael Neale)
  27. How Great Thou Art (Newsong)
  28. How Great Thou Art (Tommy Walker)
  29. Made Me Glad (Travis Cottrell)
  30. How Great Thou Art (Rick Muchow)
  31. Thank You God (Chris Tomlin)
  32. Come Thou Fount Of Every Blessing (Bob Fitts)
  33. We Give You Thanks (All Sons & Daughters)
  34. Thank You Lord (Paul Baloche)
  35. What The Lord Has Done In Me (Hillsong Worship)
  36. For Who You Are (Hillsong Worship)
  37. When It's All Been Said And Done (Robin Mark)
  38. It is Well With My Soul (David Shipps)
  39. You Are Good (Gateway Worship, Kari Jobe)
  40. You Are Good (Gateway Worship)
  41. Come Thou Fount Of Every Blessing (Don Moen)
  42. Better Than Life (Travis Cottrell)
  43. You Are Good (Travis Cottrell)
  44. For All You've Done (I Worship You) (Vertical Worship)
  45. Thank You Lord (Dennis Jernigan)
  46. I Thank You (Geron Davis)
  47. You Are Good (Ricardo Sanchez)
  48. You Have Been So Good To Me (Paul Baloche)
  49. Forever (Simplified) (Chris Tomlin)
  50. Thank You for Loving Me (Jason Breland)

Category: Song Lists

Tags: Thanksgiving, Thankful, Thanksgiving Worship

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Best Thanksgiving songs to celebrate the holiday. Nothing says thank you like a song. For Turkey Day, we count down the best songs for.

15 Songs About Being Thankful & Grateful

Thanksgiving is hands down one of the most important holidays — with family, food, and grateful vibes in the air, you're bound to have an amazing time. But while the turkey's cooking and the whole family's waiting around, some folks might wonder what to do with the downtime. Obvious solutions are to watch TV (football, anyone?), play games, and listen to music. But what kind of Thanksgiving songs are there to choose from?

Unlike Christmas, Turkey Day doesn't have any whole list of designated tunes. There are few Thanksgiving carols we return to year after year. (It’s the same with movies, too: Christmas movies abound, but Thanksgiving movies are few and far between). But while we feel sorry that Thanksgiving doesn’t get its due from songwriters, we won’t make you sit through a silent holiday. In fact, there are plenty of about family, food, and being thankful — and, yes, even a few about Thanksgiving specifically — that will make for a perfect soundtrack to your holiday. And, in the end, that’s definitely something to be grateful for.

Don't forget to checkout GoodHousekeeping.com's Thanksgiving 2019 guide.


1. "Thanks a Million" —Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra

If you can't find the words to express how thankful you are, this classic song's for you. And the trumpet in the background makes this song ideal for after dinner drinks.

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2. "Apples, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie" —Jay & The Techniques

This song is little bit of soul, a hint of R&B, and a smidge of pop. It's also the best way to hint that you're ready for dessert.

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3. "Home" —Phillip Phillips

If you haven't seen your friends or family for a little while, Phillip Phillips's folk rock hit will be the perfect welcome home.

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4. "Almost Thanksgiving Day" —Graham Parker

Don't let this country song's hint of melancholia deter you from playing it — it's perfect for a cold November night.

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5. "Turkey Chase" —Bob Dylan

This instrumental was meant to be played in the background while you stuff your mouth with turkey.

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6. "I’ve Got Plenty to be Thankful For" —Bing Crosby

Is it really a holiday if Bing Crosby isn't playing in the background? Most people will remember this jazzy number from the 1942 musical Holiday Inn.

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7. "Autumn Leaves" —Nat King Cole

Your body can't help but sway to this smooth jazz rhythm and Nat's incredible voice.

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8. "Thank You For The Music" —ABBA

This beautiful pop song by Swedish group ABBA serves as a little reminder to be thankful for what brings us joy.

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9. "Thankful" —Kelly Clarkson

You can add this pop/R&B number to your playlist while food's cooking, but we think you'll have way more fun singing it karaoke style.

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10. "Everybody Eats When They Come to My House" —Cab Calloway & His Orchestra

If you're hosting Thanksgiving dinner at your place this year, then what better song to play than this this jazzy yet humorous one?

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11. "Sweet Potato Pie" —Ray Charles

A soulful, R&B song like this deserves one of the most coveted spots on your Thanksgiving playlist: the dessert soundtrack.

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12. "Thanksgiving Theme" —Vince Guaraldi Trio

It may only be two minutes long, but this instrumental (from Charlie Brown!) is perfect for background music while you're cooking food or washing dishes.

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13. "Let’s Turkey Trot" —Little Eva

A few seconds in to this upbeat pop song and you'll want to let loose and dance — or maybe participate in an actual Turkey Trot race.

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14. "I Thank You" —Sam & Dave

This fun track is the result of mixing a little rock, R&B, and soul together.

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15. "Thanksgiving Song" —Mary Chapin Carpenter

With hints of country and folk, this acoustic-sounding song's lyrics are most important. They perfectly describe what Thanksgiving is about — your family and being grateful.

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16. "Thank You Friends" —Big Star

Blast this meaningful rock song while out for drinks with your crew. If you're looking for the words to thank your friends for everything they do for you, this tune will do.

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17. "Thanksgiving Day" —Ray Davies

Thanksgiving has a lot of catching up to do when it comes to holiday songs, but this soft-rock hit perfectly nails it with those comforting vocals.

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18. "Cooking Up Something Good" —Mac DeMarco

The slow melody of this indie track will remind you why we spend hours cooking our food for Thanksgiving.

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19. "Thanksgiving" —Loudon Wainwright III

This half-rock, half-folk song is pretty relatable because the lyrics are about a family's Thanksgiving day.

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20. "The Thanksgiving Song" —Adam Sandler

Adam Sandler originally performed this childish and comedic tune on an episode of Saturday Night Live, but it immediately became a favorite Thanksgiving joke.

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21. "Alice's Restaurant" —Arlo Guthrie

Some radio stations make a point to play Guthrie's 18-minute-long "talking blues" Vietnam War protest song every Thanksgiving; the song recounts a based-in-fact-story of how Guthrie was rejected from the Draft Board for having a criminal record, which he got by illegal dumping trash on Thanksgiving.

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