Top 11 Best Songs About Flowers

Botanical Romance – Isobel Anderson:This whimsical folk song by British singer Isobel Anderson speaks about a chance meeting at a market. She says she met a romantic interest, and they took a magical walk together through the botanical gardens.

Iris – The Goo Goo Dolls:Iris was originally released in 1998 as part of the soundtrack for the movie City of Angels. It hit number one on the charts in Australia, Canada, and Italy, and had wide success in the UK and US too. 

Roses – Outkast:Roses is a 2004 song by the duo Outkast, which consists of rappers André 3000 and Big Boi. The song is about a girl who thinks she is really awesome, so she has been playing games with her boyfriend.

Blue Orchid – The White Stripes:The song Blue Orchid was released in 2005. People originally speculated that the alternative song was really about lead singer Jack White’s breakup with actress Renée Zellweger but he denies that. 

Sugar Magnolia – The Grateful Dead:Sugar Magnolia is one of the most popular tunes by the Grateful Dead. Released in 1970, the song is about a springtime romance. 

Where Have All the Flowers Gone – Pete Seeger:American folksinger and songwriter Pete Seeger wrote this song in 1955. He took inspiration from a traditional Cossack song called Koloda-Duda. 

Tiptoe Through the Tulips – Tiny Tim:This song was actually first published in 1929, but it regained popularity in 1968 when Tiny Tim sang it on the television show Rowan & Martin’s Laugh In. 

Build Me Up Buttercup – The Foundations:This classic pop song was released in 1968. It’s about a guy singing to a girl who has the nickname Buttercup. The guy is in love with her, but she doesn’t seem to reciprocate his feelings and prefers to tease him instead.

The Rose – Bette Middler:The Rose in 1979 for the soundtrack of the movie of the same name. The lyrics of the song mention that a lot of people have kind of negative opinions of love. 

Kiss From a Rose – Seal: Kiss From a Rose was not released until 1994. Seal says after recording the song he thought that the song was embarrassing, but now credits it as the song that made him a household name.

Every Rose Has Its Thorn – Poison:This power ballad, released in 1988, is glam rock band Poison’s only number-one hit. Bret Michaels, the band’s lead singer, wrote the song after finding out his girlfriend was cheating on him. 

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