List of Best Thanksgiving Songs

Thanksgiving is a national holiday celebrated on various dates in the United States, Canada, Grenada, Saint Lucia, and Liberia.

It began as a day of giving thanks for the blessing of the harvest and of the preceding year. Similarly named festival holidays to occur in Germany and Japan.

Thanksgiving is celebrated in Canada on the second Monday of October and on the fourth Thursday of November in the United States and elsewhere around the same part of the year.

Although Thanksgiving has historical roots in religious and cultural traditions, it has long been celebrated as a secular holiday as well.

This is how we celebrate the Thanksgiving festival In both Canada and the US, families, and friends gather to feast on Thanksgiving.

Traditional fare in America often includes turkey, cranberry, and pumpkin pie. Parades and football games also have a long association with the holiday.

Best Thanksgiving Songs

Here is the complete list of the Best Thanksgiving Songs. Below are some videos from some of the best Thanksgiving songs you can listen to.

You’re WelcomeDwayne Johnson
Thankful n’ ThoughtfulSly and the Family Stone
Thanksgiving ThemeVince Guaraldi Trio
Cooking Up Something GoodMac DeMarco
ThanksgivingThanksgiving Music
I Want to Thank YouOtis Redding
Give Thanks & PraisesBob Marley and the Wailers
The Thanksgiving SongAdam Sandler
Macy’s Day ParadeGreen Day
Thanksgiving SongAdam Sandler
It’s ThanksgivingNicole Westbrook
Stuffy Thelonious Monk
Thanksgiving ThemeVince Guaraldi
A Charlie Brown ThanksgivingGeorge Winston
Thanking the Good LordMerle Haggard
If You’re Thankful and You Know ItThe Kiboomers
Alice’s Restaurant Massacree
Arlo Guthrie
Almost Thanksgiving DayGraham Parker
Turkey Hokey PokeyMelody the Music Box
Gobble Gobble Turkey WobbleKoo Koo Kanga Roo
Jive TurkeyOhio Players
Ten Little TurkeysThe Learning Station
Thanksgiving ThemeVince Guaraldi Trio

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Sarah Josepha Hale campaigned for a national Thanksgiving in the United States during the 19th century, eventually winning the support of President Abraham Lincoln in 1863. Its celebration. In Canada, Parliament established a national Thanksgiving Day in 1879.

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