Ranking All The Songs from The Yes Day Soundtrack
The Yes Day soundtrack is an impressive collection of songs that perfectly capture the feel of the film. There’s something for everyone on this soundtrack, from classic hits to modern-day bops. The film itself is a heartwarming story about a family that decides to say “yes” to everything for one day, and the soundtrack perfectly complements the film’s themes of family, fun, and adventure. Here’s a ranking of all the songs on the Yes Day soundtrack:
16. Anyway You Want It by SIOUX SIOUX (2021)
Anyway, You Want is a song from SIOUX SIOUX, who is a new artist in 2021. The song is about being open to anything and having no regrets. The lyrics are simple but effective, and the production is top-notch. This is a great song for a film where the main characters constantly say “yes” to new experiences.
15. I Just Wanna Shine by FITZ AND THE TANTRUMS (2019)
The next song on our list is “I Just Wanna Shine” by Fitz and The Tantrums. This song was released in 2019 as part of the album “All The Feels.” It is an alternative/indie song with an upbeat message. The song is about taking life by the horns and enjoying every moment. It’s a great pick-me-up song that will make you want to dance. Fitz and The Tantrums are a band known for their high-energy live performances. This is one of the many reasons why their songs are so popular.
14. Fun (feat. Madge) by KASKADE, BROHUG, MR. TAPE (2018)
After the opening credits, we’re introduced to the central characters of Audrey (Jennifer Garner) and Scott (Edgar Ramirez) through the lens of their daughter Mirabel’s (Julianna Gamiz) cell phone footage. The family is seen dancing in the living room to this track, and it perfectly encapsulates the carefree and joyful energy of the movie.
13. Half-Life by GIVERS (2018)
Half-Life is a song about how relationships can change over time and how people can move on from them. It’s a sad song, but it’s also about how life goes on and how relationships can end, but people can still be friends. The song is from the album Movin On by Givers, and it perfectly describes the feeling of change. The song is also very catchy and will make you want to listen to it repeatedly.
12. Peanut Butter Jelly (GTA Remix) by GALANTIS (2008)
“Peanut Butter Jelly (GTA Remix)” is a song by Swedish electronic music duo Galantis. It was released on 20 April 2015 as the third single from their debut studio album, Pharmacy (2015). The song peaked at number nine on the UK Dance Chart. “Peanut Butter Jelly (GTA Remix)” is an uptempo electro house and dance-pop song with a length of three minutes and 37 seconds. It features tropical house elements, with a “bouncy” bassline and “soaring” synths. The song’s lyrics are about “a relationship going sour.”
11. Best Day of My Life by AMERICAN AUTHORS (2014)
Next up is a song that will get stuck in your head, “Best Day of My Life” by American Authors. This feel-good tune is from the band’s debut album, Oh, What a Life. The album was released in 2014 and peaked at number 37 on the Billboard 200 chart. “Best Day of My Life” is a song about living in the moment and enjoying life. The lyrics are uplifting and positive, making it the perfect song to sing along to when you’re feeling down.
10. Catamaran by ALLAH-LAS (2012)
We can’t get enough of Allah-Las’s sun-drenched, beachy vibes, and “Catamaran” is no exception. The perfect song talks about hitting the open road with no particular destination. “Catamaran” is taken from Allah-Las’ self-titled debut album, released in 2012 on Innovative Leisure. The song gives off a vintage feeling with its reverb-drenched guitars and catchy melody.
9. Celebrate by MIKA, PHARRELL WILLIAMS, RYAN RIBACK
The artists behind this feel-good track are no strangers to success. The result of their collaboration is a track that’s impossible not to dance to. The lyrics are all about celebrating life, love, and happiness, which is perfectly in line with the film’s message. It’s the perfect song to close out the soundtrack on a high note.
8. We’re a Happy Family by RAMONES (1977)
The Ramones were an American punk rock band that formed in 1974. They are often cited as the first punk rock band. “We’re a Happy Family” is a song by the Ramones, released on their 1977 album Rocket to Russia. The song is about the dysfunctional family life of the Ramones, with references to drug use, domestic violence, and mental illness.
7. Slide by H.E.R., YG (2019)
“Slide” is a song recorded by American singer H.E.R. and American rapper YG. It was released on September 27, 2019, as the lead single from the soundtrack album to The Yes Day film. The song was written by Gabi Wilson, Dernst Emile II, Derrick Milano, and Puccio Roelens, with production handled by Boi-1da and Yung Berg. “Slide” received positive reviews from music critics. Ellie Rankin of NME called the song a “breezy bop” and praised H.E.R.’s “subtle” vocal performance. Mike Nied of Idolator called the song a “radio-friendly anthem.”
6. Ready Let’s Go by DARKMINDS (2021)
Yes Day film will not be complete without this song. It is one of the most played songs on the radio these days. The lyrics are so positive and will make you want to dance. You can’t help but feel happy when you hear this song.
5. Epic by FAITH NO MORE (1990)
Another great early-’90s alt-rock song is this one by Faith No More. It’s off their album Angel Dust, and it’s a perfect example of the band’s weirdo sense of humor. The video is pretty funny too.
4. Baby, I Need Your Loving by H.E.R. (1964)
H.E.R.’s cover of “Baby, I Need Your Loving” is a soulful rendition of the 1964 classic. The R&B singer’s smooth vocals perfectly match the song’s sensual lyrics. This version of the song is slower and sexier than the original, making it the perfect choice for a romantic scene in The Yes Day soundtrack.
3. I Am A Gummy Bear (English) by GUMMIBÄR (1964)
“I Am a Gummy Bear (The Gummy Bear Song)” is a fun and catchy song perfect for kids. It’s also a great way to get them moving and dancing. The song is about a gummy bear who loves to eat sweets. It’s sure to get stuck in your head and have you singing along in no time.
2. Another One Bites The Dust by QUEEN
The second song on the list is Another One Bites the Dust by Queen. This song was released in 1980 on the album The Game. It is about a man who is down on his luck and about to give up on life. The song is told from the perspective of the man’s friends, who are trying to encourage him to keep going. The song is a great example of Queen’s ability to blend different genres.
1. Feel Good by SAINT MOTEL (2021)
SAINT MOTEL’s “Feel Good” is the perfect song to start The Yes Day soundtrack. It’s an upbeat, feel-good track that sets the tone for the film. The song talks about how good it feels to be in a relationship finally and how everything is perfect. It’s a great song to listen to when you feel happy and in love.
The Yes Day soundtrack is full of great songs that make you want to dance and feel good. They are the perfect songs to help get you in the mood for a fun day. Whether you’re looking for an upbeat track to start your day or a slower, more sensual song to set the mood, there’s a song on your soundtrack.