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4 Country Songs About Individuality

Four Country Songs About IndividualityFinding Who You Are with Country Songs About Individuality

In a noisy world where many struggle to be heard, finding our place, especially for younger people, can seem daunting. It’s a bit sad to think that individuality sometimes finds itself in the category of a ‘daunting task.’

Gracious behavior and tapping into our true selves are not mutually exclusive; however, it happens. Change can be scary for not only the person leaping but also for those around them. If the air isn’t too thin up where you need to find yourself and your purpose, then those who love you can travel the road of growth along with you.

In rarer cases, seeking to find oneself can be painful for those around you; however, some graduated souls find their way while uplifting others.

Here are a few country songs about individuality that embrace the positive side of finding ourselves:

All Kinds of Kinds by Miranda Lambert

‘Because ever since the beginning, to keep the world spinning’ it takes all kinds of kinds’ (lyrics)

The lyrics speak about the vastly different goals and dreams that people have. Individuality isn’t criticized or ached over in this song but instead expressed in almost a narration format on how it’s a part of life, and life simply ‘takes all kinds of kinds.’ Although the play on words is picked up initially in this song, it progresses to a slightly deeper message as the verses continue.

Invisible by Hunter Hayes

“Trust the one who’s been where you are wishing all it was sticks and stones, Yeah, the words cut deep but they don’t mean you’re all alone, And you’re not invisible,, Hear me out, There’s so much more of this life than what you’re feeling now, And someday you’ll look back on all these days, And all this pain is gonna be invisible” (lyrics)

The lyrics speak directly to anyone who feels or has felt invisible. The world can seem cluttered, but you’re not invisible. This young artist delivers a powerful message. Although some of us may be living unseen, we’re not.

Follow Your Arrow, by Kacey Musgraves

“Say what you think, Love who you love, ‘Cause you just get so many trips ’round the sun, Yeah, you only, Only live once” (lyrics)

If you believe in reincarnation, you probably think, ‘I get to live more than once.’ However, I remember reading a good point a while ago: with or without reincarnation, you only get to live ‘this particular life once.’ That hit home for me! This life matters right now, and this song emphasizes that ‘you should follow your arrow wherever it points’ – Be true to who you are; don’t let people influence who you were meant to be! There’s only one ‘You.’ If you need to express your individuality, then this country song hits the nail on the head.

Baby Girl by Sugarland

I had to include this song! The words are about a group with a dream to make it big, and the lyrics, which include ‘mom and dad,’ are the words I wanted to dedicate to my parents.

“Dear Mom and Dad,
I’ll send money. I’m so rich that It ain’t funny.
Well it oughtta be more then enough to get you through.
Please don’t worry cause I’m alright,
I’m stayin here at the Ritz tonight,
Whatta ya know we made our dreams come true!
And there are fancy cars and diamond rings,
But you know that they don’t mean a thing,
Well they all add up to nothin compared to you,
Well, remember me in ribbons and curls…
I still love you more than anything in the world” (lyrics)

The message in this song speaks to giving back to Mom and Dad for their unconditional support. It’s my favorite finding-your-dream-song. It’s a terrific choice for a country song about individuality.

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