Top 7 Songs With ‘Together’ In The Title

Songs With Together In The Title
Written by Corey Morgan

Songs With Together In The Title

Music is a powerful tool for harmony. People of different tribes, races, religions, etc, gather around in concerts and shows putting aside their differences, just to appreciate good music.

The word together is mostly used to show affection, the need to have that very special person around you. The majority of the songs listed below are centered on this theme.

We’ve compiled a list of songs with the word ‘Together’ in the title and we’ll also discuss them a bit.

7 Songs With ‘Together’ In The Title

1. “We Belong Together” by Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey - We Belong Together (Official Music Video)

In June 2005, Mariah Carey’s We Belong Together became her 16th US number one hit, the most by a female artist. She’s since added three more chart-topping singles to her collection.

Carey’s “we belong together”  spent 14 nonconsecutive weeks with the position of number one throughout its 43-week chart run. It was also her most successful single in the United States during the 2000s. It attained the number two position in the United Kingdom.

In the music video for “We Belong Together,” Carey plays a bride prepping for her matrimony.

Her character ought to marry an elderly and more influential man, but she flees the reception with an ex-lover for whom she still has affection. Her real love is played by Wentworth Miller, and the jilted groom is played by Eric Roberts.

2. “Better Together” by Luke Combs

Luke Combs - Better Together (Lyrics)

Luke Combs is a huge hit on American country radio. Better Together, his eighth consecutive No. 1 hit on the Billboard Country Airplay chart, was released in January 2021. A month later, the track topped the Country Billboard’s Hot Songs chart.

“Better together” is a love letter to his wife, Nicole. What You See Is What You Get was republished in November 2020 and debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 200 Album Chart.

3. “Bad Together” by Dua Lipa

Dua Lipa - Bad Together [Album Visual] (Official Audio)

Lipa’s debut album includes an extra tune called Bad Together. She has already been singing the song live before it was released.

The narrator of the song informs her boyfriend that while they each have their challenges, they were designed for one other as a relationship.

At the 2019 Brit Awards, Lipa emerged as the overall British Female Solo Artist and the overall British Breakthrough Act. One Kiss, her collaboration with Calvin Harris, was named British Single of the Year. She was also named Best New Artist at the 2019 Grammy Awards.

4. “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” – Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift - We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together

When you’re an impactful songwriter, you can frequently use music to vent your frustrations about a failed relationship. One such song is “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” by Taylor Swift.

In an October 2012 interview with USA Today’s Brian Mansfield, Swift said the song is a wonderful representation of how she felt when she finally stopped caring what her ex thought of her.

She said he made her feel little in comparison to the hipster bands he listened to. As a response, she wrote a song that she knew would drive him mad if it was played on the radio.”

Swift’s break-up song was her very first number-one hit in the US, leading the Billboard Hot 100 and Hot Country Songs charts.

It also debuted at the top of the Canadian and New Zealand singles charts. Swift collaborated on the track with the Swedish duet Max Martin and Shellback.

5. Dave’s “We’re All Alone In This Together”

We’re All Alone in This Together is Dave’s second studio album, published via Neighbourhood Recordings on July 23, 2021.

The majority of the tunes are soaked in Dave’s grief over the world’s imperfections. He bemoans racially heated poverty, immigration policy and policing foreign crises, and his unavoidable lack of hope for the future.

“…we’re all alone in this together you can trust me

All the shit you been feelin’, you’re feelin’ with me…”

The album’s underlying theme is articulated poignantly in the album’s intro “We’re All Alone.” Dave can use the sad keystone to construct a bridge that connects all people who are confined in the same mental dungeon.

He addresses the epidemic of nervous despair without presenting a cheap inspirational speech or an excessively optimistic remedy, and he understands life’s harsh realities.

6. “We Stand Together” by Nickelback.

Nickelback - When We Stand Together

This song is about how countries should work together and “stand together” rather than battling in wars and other conflicts. We could achieve amazing things like abolishing poverty and hunger if we all worked together.

The song’s message is clear: in the end, we’re all complicit in the current state of affairs in the world yet do nothing to change it. He is alluding to the reality that we do nothing while being aware of the world’s daily issues when he asks how we all sleep at night.

Also for his remark about watching and caring about what happens in other regions of the world. He also makes an essential point: if we stop being so passive and indifferent to what occurs in “our world,” and instead unify as one, we will be able to fix any problem, making our planet a much better one, just as it was intended from the start.

At this point, we’ve all won. This is definetly one of the best songs with together in the title.

7.  “Together” by Marshmello

Marshmello - Together (Official Music Video)

“Together” was released by Marshmello without any vocals. The video, on the other hand, sends a powerful message to everyone on the planet. This video will most likely resonate with people of all ethnicities.

Marshmello intended to send a statement to the world when he released the video, and which I believe he did, since he got the world talking about it.

Marshmello is shown in the film feeling sad at the school’s ‘Cultural Heritage Presentations,’ despite not knowing his ancestors.

Other multi-cultural students at the school, on the other hand, invite Marshmello to their Thanksgiving dinners. Marshmello discovers that we are all equal, regardless of where we come from or who we are, and that we can set our differences aside and share a dinner.