Are you feeling a little bit like we’re living in the middle of an argument? Seems like everyone is disagreeing with each other these days, doesn’t it? Well, fortunately for us, there are lots and lots of songs out there that share our sentiments. Here are 20 great tracks about disagreeing that will have you singing along and nodding your head in agreement (or disagreement) in no time.
Warrior – Demi Lovato
Demi Lovato’s song “Warrior” is a powerful anthem about standing up for yourself and disagreeing with the status quo. The song starts off with a strong chord progression that sets the tone for the rest of the song. Lovato’s vocals are confident and defiant as she sings about being a warrior and fighting for what she believes in. The lyrics are inspirational and provide a rallying cry for anyone who feels like they are being held back by the world. The song is an empowering anthem about taking control of your life and fighting for what you believe in. It is a perfect song for anyone who needs a boost of confidence or motivation to stand up for themselves.
I Will Not Bow – Breaking Benjamin
I Will Not Bow is a song by American rock band Breaking Benjamin. Released in 2009, it is the lead single from the band’s fourth studio album, Dear Agony. The song peaked at number 23 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). The song’s lyrics are about standing up for oneself and refusing to give in to others. “I will not bow / I will not break / I will shut the world out until you see that I’m not afraid,” sings frontman Benjamin Burnley. The song’s heavy guitar riff and driving drumbeat provide a powerful backdrop for its defiant message. “I Will Not Bow” is an anthem for anyone who has ever felt like they don’t fit in or been told that they can’t do something. It’s a reminder that we all have the power to stand up for ourselves and be who we want to be, regardless of what others may think.
You’re Going Down – Sick Puppies
Sick Puppies is an Australian rock band that formed in 1997. The band’s members are Shimon Moore, Emma Anzai, and Mark Goodwin. “You’re Going Down” is a song from their 2005 album “Dressed Up as Life.” The song is about disagreeing with someone. It starts with the line, “You think you’re something special.” The speaker then goes on to say that the other person is wrong and that they are going to lose the argument. The song is aggressive and confrontational, but it also has a catchy melody. In 2006, the song was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance.
Take It Outside – Brantley Gilbert
“Take It Outside” is a song by American country music artist Brantley Gilbert. It was released in June 2015 as the lead single from his third studio album, Just as I Am. The song peaked at number one on the US Billboard Country Airplay chart in September 2015 and has been certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. “Take It Outside” is a mid-tempo song with a length of three minutes and nineteen seconds.
The song is about two people who are in a relationship and are disagreeing with each other. The song’s narrator tells the other person that they should take their disagreement outside so that they can fight about it like men instead of arguing inside like women. The song has received positive reviews from critics who have praised Gilbert’s songwriting and vocal performance.
Blow Me (One Last Kiss) – Pink
“Blow Me (One Last Kiss)” is a song recorded by American singer Pink for her sixth studio album, The Truth About Love (2012). The song was written by Greg Kurstin and Pink, and features electronic rock and synth-pop musical styles. “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)” is a moderate uptempo track that lyrically addresses a relationship’s dissolution. Critical response to “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)” was generally positive. Music critics praised the song for its production and commercial appeal, while also noting that it was one of the standout tracks on The Truth About Love. The song peaked at number four on Billboard Hot 100 chart, making it Pink’s twelfth top-ten hit on the chart and her fifth
Good Fight – Unspoken
Good Fight by Unspoken is a song about disagreeing. The lyrics talk about how it’s okay to disagree and even fight, as long as it’s done with respect. The song says that when you have disagreements, it’s important to listen to each other and try to understand where the other person is coming from. Only then can you find a way to compromise and come to an agreement. Good Fight is a great song for anyone who is looking for a way to resolve conflicts in a healthy and productive way.
Bad Blood – Taylor Swift
Bad Blood is a song by Taylor Swift that is about two people who are in a disagreement. The song is told from the perspective of the person who is getting revenge on the other person. The song talks about how the person wants to get back at the other person, and how they are going to do it. The song is very catchy and has a great beat. It is one of Swift’s more popular songs.
Answer to No One – Colt Ford
In the song “Answer to No One,” Colt Ford paints a picture of two people who are in disagreement. The song starts with the two people arguing, and it is clear that they are not seeing eye to eye. However, despite their differences, they still care for each other deeply. As the song progresses, the two characters begin to understand each other’s perspective, and they eventually come to a resolution. While the song is about disagreement, it is also about finding common ground and working through differences. By the end of the song, the two characters have found a new understanding and respect for each other.
Battlefield – Lea Michele
Battlefield is a song by Lea Michele that is about disagreement. In the song, Michele sings about two people who are in a relationship but can’t seem to see eye to eye on anything. Despite their differences, they continue to fight for each other, even though it seems like they’re always at odds. The song is an anthem for anyone who has ever felt like they’re in a constant battle with their loved ones. It’s a reminder that even though relationships are often tough, they’re worth fighting for. Battlefield is a moving and powerful song that will resonate with anyone who has ever struggled in a relationship.
King of Anything – Sara Bareilles
King of Anything is a song by American singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles. The song was released on June 15, 2010, as the lead single from her third studio album, The Blessed Unrest (2013). King of Anything is a pop rock song with influences of country music and folk rock. Bareilles described the song as being about “disagreeing” and feeling “not okay” about it. The lyrics are about a person who is in a relationship with someone who is constantly disagreeing with them. Despite this, the person still loves the other person and wants to be with them. The song’s music video was directed by Josh Tillman and features Bareilles playing the piano in various locations around Los Angeles.
Indestructible – Disturbed
In the song “Indestructible” by Disturbed, the narrator is reflecting on a time when he was down and felt like giving up. He recalls how someone helped him to see that he was not alone and that there was still hope. The song is about disagreeing with the negative voice in your head that tells you that you are not good enough. It is about fighting for what you believe in, even when it seems hopeless. The song is an encouragement to never give up and to keep moving forward. It is a reminder that we are all stronger than we think and that we can overcome anything if we just don’t give up.
Give It Away – George Strait
Have you ever had an argument with a loved one that just couldn’t be settled? Maybe it’s about something small, like leaving the dishes in the sink overnight. Or maybe it’s about something bigger, like deciding whether or not to move to a new city. Whatever the disagreement may be, it can be frustrating when you just can’t see eye to eye. In his song “Give It Away,” George Strait captures this feeling perfectly.
Over a simple country melody, he tells the story of a couple who just can’t seem to agree on anything. But despite their differences, they still love each other deeply. In the end, they decide that it’s better to just “give it away” and let each other live their own lives. After all, life is too short to spend arguing all the time. So if you’re ever stuck in a disagreement, just remember: sometimes it’s better to just give it away.
Hit Me with Your Best Shot – Pat Benatar
Disagreements are a part of daily life. whether its with a family member, friend, or even a total stranger, everyone has experienced some form of disagreements. some disagreements are more serious than others, but they all have one thing in common; they’re never fun. no one ever wakes up in the morning looking forward to getting into an argument, but it happens. that’s where Pat Benatar’s song “Hit Me with Your Best Shot” comes in.
The song is all about disagreeing, and how sometimes you just have to roll with the punches. the song is upbeat and catchy, making it the perfect anthem for when things get heated. next time you find yourself in the middle of a disagreement, put on “Hit Me with Your Best Shot” and remember that sometimes its better to just agree to disagree.
Last One Standing – Simple Plan
“Last One Standing” is a song by the Canadian rock band Simple Plan. The song is about disagreement and fighting, with the lyrics suggesting that sometimes it is necessary to disagree in order to find common ground. The song was released as a single in 2004, and reached number one on the Canadian rock chart. It also charted in the United States, peaking at number 37 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart.
“Last One Standing” has been described as a “message song”, with Simple Plan vocalist Pierre Bouvier saying that the band wanted to write a song about how “you can’t always get along with everyone”. The song has been used in numerous television shows and films, including an episode of the popular teen drama Beverly Hills, 90210.
Without a Fight – Brad Paisley and Demi Lovato
In the song “Without a Fight” by Brad Paisley and Demi Lovato, the two singers discuss a relationship that they feel is worth fighting for. The song begins with Paisley singing about all of the things he and his partner have been through together, both good and bad. He talks about how their relationship has survived despite all of the disagreements they’ve had.
Lovato then comes in and talks about how she knows they’re not perfect, but she still loves him anyway. She talks about how their fights have actually brought them closer together, and she wouldn’t want to be in a relationship without them. The song ends with Paisley and Lovato agreeing that their relationship is worth fighting for. “Without a Fight” is a song about two people who are willing to work through their disagreements because they know that their relationship is stronger because of them.
We Just Disagree – Dave Mason
Released in 1977, “We Just Disagree” is a song written by Dave Mason that highlights the importance of tolerance and understanding. The song reflects on the idea that people will always have differences, but that it’s important to remember that we’re all human beings trying to make our way in the world. The lyrics encourage listeners to respect one another, even when we don’t see eye to eye.
The song was a top 40 hit in the United States, peaking at number 27 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It remains a popular song today, and its message is as relevant as ever. In a world that often feels divided, “We Just Disagree” is a reminder that we’re all in this together.
Part of Me – Katy Perry
Part of Me is a song by Katy Perry that explores the idea of disagreeing with someone you care about. The lyrics describe a situation in which the singer is arguing with her partner, and she eventually comes to the realization that they are simply too different to ever see eye-to-eye. While the song is ultimately about acceptance, it also touches on the frustration and heartache that can come from being in a relationship with someone who disagrees with you. With its catchy melody and relatable lyrics, Part of Me remains one of Katy Perry’s most popular songs.
Back for More – Five Finger Death Punch
Back for More is a song by Five Finger Death Punch that is all about disagreeing. The lyrics talk about how the protagonist is sick of always being in the wrong, and how they’re going to stand up for themselves from now on. It’s a powerful song that really gets the listener pumped up, and it’s easy to see why it’s become such a popular anthem for those who feel like they’re always being put down. The song has an catchy melody and powerful lyrics that make it hard to forget, and it’s definitely a song that will get stuck in your head after just one listen. Whether you’re a fan of Five Finger Death Punch or not, Back for More is a song that everyone can enjoy.
The Fightin’ Side of Me – Merle Haggard
The Fightin’ Side of Me is a song written and performed by Merle Haggard. The song is about people who disagree with the speaker. The speaker says that these people can “go to hell” and that they should “leave this country if they don’t like it here.” The song was released in 1970 and reached number one on the Billboard country chart. It has been covered by several artists, including Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, and George Strait. The Fightin’ Side of Me is considered one of Haggard’s signature songs.
Kiss with a Fist – Florence + The Machine
“Kiss with a Fist” is a song by British indie rock band Florence + The Machine. It was released as the lead single from their debut album, Lungs (2009). The song is about two people in a relationship who are constantly fighting with each other. Despite the violence, they still care deeply for each other. Lead singer Florence Welch has said that the song is not meant to be taken literally, but is instead about the intensity of young love.
“Kiss with a Fist” was well-received by critics and was a commercial success, reaching number seven on the UK Singles Chart. The song’s music video, which features Welch being beaten up by her boyfriend, generated controversy due to its violent content. However, Welch defended the video, saying it was meant to be “playful” and not intended to condone violence.