Cross Your Parents Off Your Holiday Shopping List - Songfinch Blog
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Cross Your Parents Off Your Holiday Shopping List

Your parents are oftentimes the most important people in your life. They’ve raised you, shaped you and teach you what is right and wrong. It’s pretty safe to say, you have an entire list of memories together that you hold close to your heart.

If you’re like me, finding something for your parents always seems to be difficult. I always end up getting my father a new technology gadget or something that he really doesn’t need. For my mother, she is a bit more difficult as she is the type that would rather have a handwritten card with a beautiful message in it rather than more “stuff,” so I always have to dig deep and get super creative.

With Songfinch, we’ve built a platform that makes it easy to give a meaningful gift that feels like you spent months working on it. The best part about our gift, it’s just as fun creating it and hearing it yourself as it is giving it.

Below are a few of our favorite songs that we’ve put together for wonderful parents all over the world, in hopes to inspire you to give your parents a heartfelt song this holiday season.

Just Us Seven

“We are grateful for our parents every day for the love they’ve shown us over the years, and we’re so thankful for the lessons they’ve taught us, whether they were intentional like how to chop wood and mow the grass, or unintentional like how to make a marriage last through good times and bad. They are a tremendous part of our lives and a real blessing from God, so we want to give them a song that makes them know how much they are loved.”

Learn more about the story behind the song.

Who You Made Me To Be

“This song is to surprise my mom with for our mother son dance at my wedding. I’m really trying to convey how grateful I am for everything she has done to help me get to this point. I haven’t made it easy on her, but she has always had my back and pushed me to be the best man that I can be.”

Learn more about the story behind the song.

You’re My Hero

“She’s been both mother and father to all three of her daughters. Every break up, every high school dance, all the sleepovers and birthday parties and Christmas’, she made them happen and did her damn best to give us what she could. Music is something that has always kept us together and that we’ve bonded over. She’s generous and compassionate. And she’s my hero.”

Learn more about the story behind the song.

Centerpiece Of It All

“I want a song dedicated to my Mom and 2 sisters for Mother’s Day. My sisters are growing into awesome mothers themselves thanks to the guidance of our Mom. She has been the centerpiece of our family and continues to be.”

Learn more about the story behind the song.

Every Child Deserves A Champion

“As four siblings that grew up together with two of the best parents you could ever ask for, we wanted to thank Dad for everything he does and how hard he works for our family. There is just so much that we all would like to show appreciation for. For both Father’s Day and his birthday, we wanted to get him a gift that would put all of our emotions into words by acknowledging how special he is and how thankful we are to have such a thoughtful and caring father.”

Learn more about the story behind the song.

  • Tom Vanderveen

    I had a song made for my mom last year and in her words, it was the best gift she’s every received. Thank you Songfinch and Grant Adams for creating such and memorable gift for my mom.

    November 1, 2018 at 2:42 pm Reply
  • Kinz

    I just ordered a song for my mom and dad for Christmas and I am so excited to hear it!!!

    November 8, 2018 at 4:04 pm Reply

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