“All My Life” And Other Songs Singers Wrote For Their Children

January 23, 2014 ‐ By Iva Anthony

Singers often look into their own personal lives as inspiration for songs. These 15 artists got very heartfelt and emotional by singing about the joys of parenthood and their children. Here are some of our favorite songs singers wrote for their children.

Songs Singers Wrote For Their Children

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Superstar singer Beyonce is normally a private person but after having her first child, Blue Ivy, the former Destiny’s Child member has opened up about the joys of motherhood. In addition to sharing intimate photos of mother and child, Beyonce penned the song “Blue.” In the song, which is on her latest album Beyonce, Blue sings about feeling alive when she looks into her daughter’s eyes. At the end of the song, Blue Ivy joins in and sings with her mommy before asking if they can go see daddy.

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  • Richard

    Isn’t She Lovely – Stevie Wonder. duh

  • Momomethee

    Tears in heaven ALWAYS makes me cry. I cant blame him for no longer performing it.

  • rudy

    Wild Horses was released in 1971, so I have a hard time understanding how it was written in 1996.

  • Ashley

    Case’s “I Think of You”, also.

  • There’s a glaring omission on this list: What about “With You” by Tony Terry? He wrote that song specifically about his daughter.

  • :)

    Don’t forget “Joy” by Blackstreet 🙂 Sorry I’m a little bias…..that’s my baby girl’s name! I play it for her all the time!