Thanksgiving Music🎵 Gobble Up the Rhythm: Top 3 Thanksgiving Songs to Master This Year!

Thanksgiving isn’t just about the turkey and the pie; it’s also about setting the mood with the right tunes! Whether you’re a music maestro or just starting out, we’ve got the top 3 Thanksgiving songs you need to add to your playlist. Plus, we’ll serve up some fun history, easy-to-follow chord charts, and sheet music. And don’t miss the rib-tickling ending, linking to a YouTube reaction that’s as fun as Thanksgiving itself!

1. “The Thanksgiving Song” by Adam Sandler

This quirky tune, made famous by Adam Sandler, is a must-have for any Thanksgiving gathering. It’s light-hearted, easy to play, and always gets a chuckle.

  • Chord Chart: Strum Along Here
  • Song History: Did you know Adam Sandler first performed this Thanksgiving song on “Saturday Night Live” in 1992? It’s been a holiday staple ever since!


2. “Thankful” by Josh Groban

If you’re in the mood for something more soulful, Josh Groban’s “Thankful” is the perfect pick. It’s a beautiful melody that reminds us of what the holiday is truly about.


3. “Alice’s Restaurant Massacree” by Arlo Guthrie

This folk classic is a whopping 18 minutes of storytelling genius. It’s more than a song; it’s a Thanksgiving tradition for many!

  • Chord Chart & Sheet Music: Strum Along Here
  • Song History: This epic song, released in 1967, is based on a true Thanksgiving incident. It’s as much a part of the holiday as pumpkin pie!

Strumming to Thanksgiving tunes, remember it’s all in good fun! Ever pondered if your Thanksgiving had a soundtrack? Are you the soulful gospel type, belting out gratitude with every note, or more of the reserved type, serenading the turkey with timeless biscuit goodness and honey sauce? Find out in my YouTube Reaction Short below, where Thanksgiving meets musical hilarity. Spoiler: it’s a toe-tapping, laughter-inducing showdown!”

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