29 Songs Starting With F

Friends, family, food, and fun — so many great words start with the letter F. So it's no wonder there are many excellent songs beginning with the letter F as well.

Here are our top songs starting with the letter F.

1. “Fade” by Kanye West

Song Year: 2016

“Fade” is an eclectic, experimental song from Kanye West's Life of Pablo album. The song is about a relationship he feels is slipping away, or in other words, “fading” away.

Although the lyrics are a bit melancholy, the song has an excellent beat and is fun to dance to.

2. “Fake Love” by Drake

Song Year: 2016

Drake released “Fake Love” as a single in 2016, and it was at a time when he was blowing up as an artist.

In the song, Drake raps about how people are being fake to him and wanting to get his attention now that he's famous.

3. “Fake Smile” by Ariana Grande

Song Year: 2019

Another song that touches on being fake is Ariana Grande's “Fake Smile.”

She sings personal lyrics about how she doesn't want to put on a fake smile and act like she's alright when she's going through a lot behind the scenes. Even with money and fame, which she appreciates, she still faces problems, and it's tough to act like they don't exist.

4. “Fake Tales Of San Francisco” by Arctic Monkeys

Song Year: 2006

Arctic Monkeys is known for their catchy indie rock tunes, and “Fake Tales of San Francisco” is one of the band's best hits.

The song mocks the scene of young, out-of-towners who flock to San Francisco to be a part of the “cool scene.”

5. “Fall” by Davido

Song Year: 2017

Davido is a Nigerian artist who has been making music for decades but became more internationally mainstream in the late 2010s.

His song “Fall” is about falling in love with a woman. Given his attraction and feelings for her, he has no problems giving her money, gifts, food, etc.

6. “False God” by Taylor Swift

Song Year: 2019

From her Lover Album, “False God” is about worshiping passionate love, even if it's not entirely healthy or good for you.

Taylor Swift has been in some high-profile relationships, and it seems like this song might be inspired by one (or more) of them.

7. “Family Feud” by Jay-Z Ft. Beyonce

Song Year: 2017

Jay-Z is no stranger to songs about family, and “Family Feud” is one of his best.

The song features his wife Beyonce, and the two rap and sing not about the state of their relationship and personal family, as you might expect, but about the often split relationships within the hip hop community.

8. “Fantasy” by Mariah Carey

Song Year: 1995

Mariah Carey's “Fantasy” is one of her earliest mainstream hits and displayed her incredibly impressive vocal range, including her famous high notes.

This is a love song about feeling so stirred up by a romance that it resembles her dreams and fantasies.

9. “Favours” by Hayden James

Song Year: 2019

Hayden James's “Favours” is about calling someone late at night for a quickie, usually in a hotel.

Even if you live on the east side and they live on the west side, you can call in a favor and make it work by meeting in the middle. The beat is just as alluring and tempting as a late-night text.

10. “F*ck Up Some Commas” by Future

Song Year: 2015

Future's “F*ck Up Some Commas” is about how he is able to go shopping, buy drugs, spray money at the club, etc. — lots of money.

Commas refer to the amount of money he spends, such as $100,000, $500,000, or even $1,000,000, with no problem.

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