Wiccans are lovers of nature, animals, and music. If you’re one of the witches who haven’t tried listening to pagan music, you should rush to add pagan music to your playlist so you can listen to on your car or your phone. Why? Because you should live and breathe Wicca, that’s why!
Pagan music is inspiring, calming, balancing, and powerful. If you listen to pagan songs, you can the sense that you belong to something greater than yourself!
Contrary to what you might think, pagan music is anything but boring. If you grew up listening to popular music, you’d be pleasantly surprised how they are not actually your idea of bells or chant music.
You can start with these 7 pagan songs for an excellent introduction to the wonderful world of pagan music.
We Won’t Wait Any Longer, Gwydion Pendderwen
This song is also referred to as the Pagan National Anthem. It is a stirring and upbeat piece that makes you proud to be a Wiccan. It acknowledges the hard times of our ancestors – which only made them stronger and more powerful.
You can listen to it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EolQROHpg0Y
The moral of the song is that our collective and personal hardships are what makes us strong and powerful believers.
It also mentions us on a hill during Samhain or Beltane 🙂
Gypsy has a wonderful voice! This song is popular among young Wiccans and babies because it is very catchy. With lyrics like this:
“Here is how to cast a spell to know what is to be
Throw a coin in a wishing well and see what you can see
Or look inside of a crystal ball with the art of divination
Listen to your inner voice, you will find the information
With magick, magick, magick
You can take your imagination.”
How could you not love it?
You can listen to it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K0BC2sm2l-w
We Do Not Die, Velvet Hammer
The title of the song says it all. It is mighty powerful and it is considered as one of the most beautiful songs ever created.
Check out the lyrics:
“There is no Hell
We do not die
We are not gone
We are alive
We are just on
the other side
We are not dead
We are alive
We do not die.”
You can listen to it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxYhP8BWig8
Spirit of Albion by Damh the Bard
Damh the Bard is one cool Bard, poet and storyteller. His inspiration comes from the ancient myths and legends of the British Isles and Ireland.
Check out the lyrics to this song:
“The Crane, the wolf,
the bear and the boar,
No longer dwell upon these shores,
You say that the Goddess and God
Well I tell you they live on!”
You can listen to it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4fuO9xMLJA4
Christians and the Pagans, Dar Williams
This song will be well-appreciate by those who grew up under Christian teachings. If you realize you’re a witch, that doesn’t mean Christianity did not work for you. If think real card, you will realize that all religions are interconnected.
This song is a powerful one that inspires peace, unity, and acceptance. This is how people from various religious practices should relate to each other.
Check out the lyrics to this tearjerker:
“So the christians and the pagans sat together at the table,
Finding faith and common ground the best that they were able,
And just before the meal was served, hands were held and prayers were said,
Sending hope for peace on earth to all their gods and goddesses.”
You can listen to it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_KiHRHwaAs
Burning Times, Charlie Murphy
This is a moving rendition that takes you back to the time of the witch trials. It is a very descriptive song that paints a clear image in your head.
It has a strong message of forgiveness, acceptance, understanding, and gratitude.
Check out the lyrics here:
“In the center, stood a woman
Equal with the others and respected for her worth
One of the many we call the witches
The healers and the teachers of the wisdom of the earth.”
You can listen to it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RsNmJ7GKOUQ
Deity, Wendy Rule
This song will make your spirit soar. Wiccans are moved to tears with this song and Wendy’s voice. This is an empowering song especially for women.
The message is clear: the Mother Goddess is within you. Maiden, Mother or Crone.
Say it with me:
“I am the maiden
I am the mother
I’m the crone.”
You can listen to it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f65OqLjsHkw
Pagan songs will move you to tears with their message and the singer’s voice. It helps to have these songs playing in the background because they inspire you to stay on your spiritual path. It is a beautiful path and is reflected in the songs about peace, forgiveness, positivity, and unity.
Which among these do you love? We’d love to hear your favorite Pagan songs too! Please share them in the comments section below so we can listen to them. 🙂