Name Me a Song Series: Songs Around the World

Name Me a Song Series: Songs Around the World

Thank you to the everyone who suggested songs in the first every Name Me a Song topic, which was about Mothers. The suggestions were amazing, check them out if you haven’t already!

This week is all about Eurovision all around the world. To me, Eurovision is about supporting your favorite country’s artists and songs. But, most importantly, it is about finding new music from around the world. So, to celebrate Eurovision, we are going to take a musical trip around the world!

Here are the rules for this week’s topic:


👉 Suggest a song or an artist from your home country! Or, if you want, from your favorite country. It doesn’t need to be in English! It can be in any language!


👉You can submit your song’s name in the comment section of this post! And, I will feature it in a round-up post next week!


⏰ But hurry, this is only a weekly thing! Submissions will close on Sunday!

I can’t wait to hear your submissions!

Make sure to check out my extensive series about the songs feature in Eurovision:

Part I // Part II // Part III // Part IV // Part V // Part VI // Part VII // Part VIII // Part IX // Part X


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  1. This sounds like a lot of fun! I will head over and check out the song list.

  2. So many good singers and songs! But my current favorite is Chris Young. He’s an American Country singer who I have seen perform at the Rodeo before and he is amazing!

  3. I think of Around the World by Daft Punk.

  4. What a fun idea! It’s not my home country, but I absolutely love Fuel Fandango. Their song No Sense is one of my all-time favorites.

  5. I Don’t want to wait in vain – Bob Marley ❤

  6. I love that you’re encouraging people to listen to music from other countries! I have found lots of songs in Spanish and Korean that I really enjoy. You don’t need to understand the words to enjoy the song!

  7. This is such a few concept! My favorite song right now is Beer Never Broke My Heart by Luke Combs.

  8. What a fun post. Songs are so specific to a time and space. There are so many great songs, what a treat!

  9. I would have to go with sarah mclachlan Building a Mystery :). Great Canadian artist from my home country and a song from my youth.

  10. Right now I’m not able to recall any such song but I’m keeping an eye in this comment section to follow the list 🙂

  11. How cool is this? Lets see, my favorite song from the USA (my country) is Bon Jovie – Janie. It is my go to!

  12. I love this. I am always looking for nee music to listen too. I find my fiance and I listening to a lot more spanish even though we dont know what they are saying its just very up beat and we like that.

  13. Oh gosh I can’t think of anything but I can’t wait to check out some of these suggestions! Great ideas

  14. I just instantly got reminded of What a Wonderful World by Louis Armstrong, and Gravity of Love by Enigma. And if I can recommend one, please listen to Balma by Maatibani (from India but it’s fusion music from different countries)

  15. What a great idea! My husband and I play music together nearly every day, and I probably have a mental catalogue of over a thousand songs – I just don’t think I can pick a favorite!

  16. Linking Park in the end by Mellise is mind blowing.

  17. Wow so interactive! I’m interested to see what people listen to around the world

  18. Love this. I am from the USA and my favorite song right now is High Hope’s by Panic at the Disco.

  19. This is a real new idea.. Its really difficult to name one song/singer, theres so much beautiful music out there in the world. I’ll just name what came up in my mind. ‘What a Wonderful World’ always leaves me with a bitter-sweet feeling. And there is Bon Jovi too

  20. Always in my head by Coldplay or any song about Coldplay <3

  21. My favorite song these days is “main tera naam batao kis ko” by Bilal Khan.

  22. I would have to say Where The Streets Have No Name by U2. I would be curious to see what you would do with it. Very interesting.

  23. Oooo how fun!!! A favorite of mine is Dave Matthews Band. They are from the USA 🙂

  24. I am guilty, I only listen to Spanish and Haitian music. It’s always a battle when the kids are in my car, as each of us has our own genre..

  25. Traveling the world through songs is interesting. I’ll try to think of something and get back to you.

  26. Enjoy my read & learnt more from this song lists & gonna check out some. My favourite song is love a thousand years cheers siennylovesdrawing

  27. Enjoy my read & learnt more from this song lists & gonna check out some. My favourite song is love a thousand years cheers siennylovesdrawing 😀

  28. What a great idea! So fun to explore music from other countries.

  29. This looks so much fun. We had a chance to take a look at our world’s different artists.

  30. I love all the Bon Jovi fans in the comments section! I don’t think I could pick just one favorite song If I had all the Time in the World to think.

  31. Amazing! Do listen to Barua Ya Dunia or KooKoo by Elani from Kenya. They are my favorite artists from home. And I also love Sauti Sol! Hope you love them too

  32. An underappreciated Canadian artist’s song that we can all relate too.

    Bound To You
    Jocelyn Alice

  33. Oh..this is a tough one! I have so many favorites

  34. Even though I am a big fan of quite a few music genres, I don’t like to pick one over the other. Go figure, right? 🙂

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