In this broadway song about sun and sunshine you have an Orphan Girl who always tries to stay positive. When she is singing about the sun, she is using it as a way to say that everything is going to be ok and that tomorrow is another day. She uses the sun to represent positivity and happiness. It is a feeling of safety and security and that things will get better. That’s why Tomorrow from Annie is one of the most popular showtunes and broadway songs about the sun.
If you’ve ever been stressed and just really felt down, that’s what this song is for. It’s to let you know that depression passes and that you will feel better. Even if you want to kill yourself because you don’t think there is anything better, the song Tomorrow from Annie reminds you that you are going to have more amazing and fun days. You’ll get to make new friends, go on another trip, find a new job, fall in love again or whatever is causing you to feel depressed isn’t forever. She even sings “When I’m stuck with a day, that’s grey, and lo-only. I just stick out my chin, and grin, and saaaaayyyyyy ohhhhhh,,,,The sun will come out, tomorrow. Bet your bottom dollar that tomorrow, they’ll be sun”. No matter why you are feeling down right now, you can help make it better by helping to get over whatever is causing you to feel down and to remember that by working hard at fixing what’s wrong, “The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow”.
It’s kind of funny to think about taking advice about being happy from an orphan in a musical, but the song Tomorrow from Annie is the perfect way to do that. It is a happy song about the sun and one that can keep you thinking positive about live and being happy. This is definitely another one of my favorite showtunes and one that I think almost everyone loves. Feel free to share why you love this song in the comments below or by sharing it on Twitter or Facebook. If you have a friend that is down, you may want to send this post to them as well.
If there is one show that is all about Dad’s, it has to be Annie. It’s about an orphan girl named Annie who ends up being adopted as a publicity stunt by a rich, old and bitter man. Throughout the show he eventually falls in love with her and feels like she is his daughter. Towards the end of the show the two are completely bonded and even when the Ms. Hanagan tries to kidnap her and take her back to the orphanage, he protects her which is why Daddy Warbucks is one of our favorite broadway dads and why I Don’t Need Anything But You is one of the best Broadway Songs for Dads.
If there way another show out there that wasn’t supposed to revolve around hair and looks, but hair and looks made it part of how famous it is, the show would have to be Annie. From the girl with the bright red hair and the old, bitter bald man, the unlikely friends become soul mates as a Father and Daughter Duo. The showtune I Don’t Need Anything But You from Annie is all about their love for each other.
With quotes and lyrics about loosing all their money and still being there for each other, it actually means more than just the words. Because everything in Daddy Warbucks life was all about money and now he’d give it up to make sure Annie was safe says a lot about him. It means he finally understands what it means to be a dad and how much a real dad would actually give up just to have a daughter and bond that he could feel just like he felt for his money. The difference between his money and Annie is that Annie can give him a hug back, make him smile with a joke and actually keep him company with human interaction. It was almost like he forgot about what it is like to be human and by adopting a girl and then eventually falling in love with her as his daughter he rediscovered how wonderful it can be to have a family. That is why I Don’t Need Anything But You from Annie is one of the best broadway songs for Dad’s and why we wanted to share it with you all for our week dedicated to showtunes for Father’s Day. Thank you again for reading and although there is one day left in the week, we want to hear from you on our Facebook page about what you think the best broadway songs for Dads are by leaving a comment here, on Facebook or by sharing this on Twitter.