Have you ever considered how many songs have been written with “welcome” in the title? Songs with the word “welcome” in their title are ranked here, regardless of genre. Just because “welcome” appears in the song’s title is no guarantee that its content is solely focused on that topic.
If your favorite songs with welcome in the title is not on this list, feel free to let us know in the comment section. Songs that use the word “welcome” in their lyrics are also acceptable.
15 Songs With Welcome In The Title:
1. Avenged Sevenfold’s Welcome to the Family’sSong
First on list of songs with welcome in the title is Avenged Sevenfold’s 2007 single “Welcome to the Family” written and produced by the band. Their second song from Nightmare was released on October 19, 2010, and it quickly became a global hit.
It’s the band’s second single since The Rev, the band’s longtime drummer, passed away on December 28, 2009.
Shadows and bassist Johnny Christ revealed on Avenged Sevenfold’s YouTube “making-of” series that The Rev wrote the majority of the song and Shadows finished it when they started recording the album.
2. Welcome to the Machine
This song serves as a metaphor for the journey of life. Life is a machine, according to the lyrics. Everything from what to do and what to like and loathe, to what to dream, is dictated to us. We’re taught that money, wealth, and power are the three things we should aspire to in life above all else.
Welcome to the machine, which forewarns us about all of the difficulties we will face during our lives. Due to the fact that it takes the beauty out of life itself, this song is pretty gloomy.
The phrase “Welcome to the machine” implies that life is filled with monotony and breakdowns. Life, like machines, does not function as efficiently as it could. Parts deteriorate and, in some cases, fail.
In the end, machines are destroyed because they are simply too old and worn out to function properly.
This is exactly what I believe. I understand that the entire album is about Syd and the music industry, but it is one of the many wonderful aspects about Pink Floyd. Their music can be used in a variety of situations. Definitely the greatest band that has ever existed.
3. Welcome To The Black Parade
My Chemical Romance
Because of the many meanings it conveys, this is undoubtedly one of my favorite songs of all time. In the event of the death of a parent. Of Mourning and how, even though you may feel as if the world has ended because someone close to you has died, you will get through this period of grief.
What this means is that it may be used to any situation in which you are dealing with a serious challenge in life… It’s a really beautiful song, in my opinion.
4. Welcome To My Nightmare
This song serves as the introduction to the album, which is a concept album…the title says it all…the album is based on the character “steven” and a nightmare he experiences, Alice plays steven and records the album from a third-person perspective, only referring to himself as “steven” on occasion…(also vincent price is on this song) It’s a good song, and the album is fantastic.
5. Welcome Home
It’s a fantastic tune. One of my favorite musicians is Ben Cooper. Music, as he shows, is still seen as a legitimate means of expression.
This song is so deep that only the creator could completely understand it. That being said, I’m going to go ahead and give it a whirl, and here are my thoughts on the matter:” Everything is included in one single piece.”
Now, this may mean that he’s finally figured out what he genuinely wants in life, and that he’s no longer thinking in terms of a specific mentality. It is then indicated that all of the terrible things he has done in the past have been deleted from his memory and that he is relieved by this fact.
6. Welcome To The Jungle
Guns N’ Roses
What the song, in my opinion, is about Drugs are clearly being referenced in the words “if you’ve got the money honey, we’ve got your disease.
“However, the video seems to be a reference to the band itself, as they are just breaking onto the scene as a bunch of fresh faced rockers entering a whole new world of madness filled with pain and hurt drugs, and prostitution. They knew there was no turning back once they entered the jungle, and it was a whole new ball game.
7. Welcome to the World of the Plastic Beach
I think the meaning of the title and the album is quite clear. To me, “Plastic Beach” is interpreted quite literally.
Plastic meaning fake, and beach meaning paradise. So fake paradise. Notice the lyrics say “Welcome to the WORLD of the Plastic Beach”. Notice world, and not a specific location they are trying to mention. So basically the world is a fake paradise. “I know it seems like the world is so hopeless” kind of backs this up in this particular song.
Throughout the entire song it just hints at this “the world is a fake paradise” type of theme in my view.
8. Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
It is about a person who is confined to a sanatorium. A sanitarium is a type of psychiatric institution where inmates can be released on their own accord.
“There will be no barred windows or locked doors.”
“There aren’t any factors that make my brain appear afraid.”
It is possible, however, that the ‘sanitarium’ represents the society in some way.
9. Welcome Home
Coheed and Cambria
The Writer and Miss Erica Court are the subjects of this song. The Writer is disappointed and heartbroken that Erica has abandoned him… despite the fact that the reason for her abandonment was that he was too preoccupied with his story to give her adequate attention.
Because of this, he’s gone a little insane and is having images of killing her and burying her in the ground because he’s upset that she’s abandoned him. And, in essence, it is tormenting him and making him insane, as evidenced by the Ten Speed who speaks to him later in the film.
10. Welcome to Jamrock
Welcome to Jamrock is a song that dispels the prevalent misconception that Jamaica is a land of white sand beaches and turquoise waters. It expresses dissatisfaction with the crime and violence that afflicts the Kingston ghettos.
When he says “funnyman get drop like a bad habit,” he is not advocating anything; rather, he is making a remark on the extreme homphobia that exists in Jamaica.
In Jamaica, they are referred to as “funnymen” because of their antics. I think the song is fantastic because it provides a really genuine depiction of life in the Kingston ghetto, which I think is important.
11. Welcome To The Working Week
Elvis Costello is a musician who is most known for his work in the rock and roll genre.
In my opinion, it is about a friend, or a former friend, who has lofty dreams and high expectations imposed by the friend’s family, who does not enjoy the career path that has been dictated by family pressure, but who has lately experienced a professional or entrepreneurial breakthrough.
The friend is losing touch with old acquaintances and is beginning to appear false.
12. Welcome To The Room…Sara
Fleetwood Mac is a rock band from the United Kingdom.
Welcome to the room Sara is about Stevie nicks time in rehab. The woman by the name of Sara, and the phrase “of course it was a problem, sir” was her way of stating something along the lines of “of course my coke habit was a problem, now go get me some assistance!”
Another interesting fact is that the lines “downstairs where the huge old mansion is mine” and “upstairs where the stars laugh and shine” are both recycled from the song “blue lamp,” which appears on Stevie Nicks’ debut album Bella Donna. Both tracks are fantastic!!
13. Welcome To The Club
It appears to be based on the author’s own experiences, but then again, most of this has probably occurred to everyone. “Shit happens, and it happens to everyone,” he says, “so welcome to the club.”
14. Love Tried To Welcome Me
It’s just stunning. In other cases, we are unable to experience our own emotions, and bringing love into the situation would imply that you are harming someone else. This song simply expresses her feelings of being too guilty, or “filthy,” to be in love.
15. A Welcome Burden
This song is similar to “Down with The Sickness”, and from this song (A Welcome Burden), you can gain a better understanding of it (Down With The Sickness).
They both reference the “mother culture”, the key difference being that “A Welcomed Burden” references it directly, as opposed to the indirect reference of the often misunderstood meaning of DWTS.
The meaning of this song is pretty straightforward, the band, Disturbed, welcomes the burden of trying to bring back the metal genre. As it had been considered to be a dead genre when this song was written (and still considered by some today).
It’s also about being comfortable with being different than the norm; bucking the trend.