Happy New Year Song 2020
New Year Song New Year’s poems can be set to music! In my opinion, New Year’s songs should be upbeat, positive, and happy, like this Happy New Year with song. New Years songs should be sung to familiar melodies. The well-known theme of part of Beethoven’s 9th Symphony, commonly known as “Ode To Joy,” is used for this New Year’s song. If you are not familiar with this melody, or if you need harmony parts and accompaniment, the theme has also been used for a famous hymn, called “Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee.” You can find it in most Protestant hymn books. The melody for this New Years song is the in the public domain, and in my hymn book, there is no copyright notice on the harmony parts and accompaniment, although it is always your responsibility to check that out.
Happy New Year Song
Happy New Year, Happy New Year,
Family, friends, and colleagues, too.
May this new year be your best yet,
Happiness the whole year through.
Let’s all join in lifting our glasses
In a toast to everyone.
To the old year now behind us,
To the new year, just begun.
(Repeat first verse)
New Years Toasts
New Years Toasts These next three New Years poems in free verse are designed for New Year’s toasts. Choose the lines you like from each New Year poem to make your unique New Year toast. This New Years poem, a New Year toast, sees the coming twelve months as a gift, and it’s a wonderful New Year message that will strengthen and uplift those who hear it.
The Gift of a New Year
Here’s to the year
that’s almost past its expiration date—(say an old year, such as “2019”).
We all had some surprises, didn’t we?
Some good, some distressing.
Let’s use everything we got from our experiences,
everything we learned,
to enrich the new year.
Here’s to the new year, (say new year, such as “2020),
a gift we haven’t opened yet.
May its bright, shiny package
contain even more than we hope for.
And even while we’re delighting in new treasures,
Let’s appreciate fully what we already have—
The blessings we take for granted.
Make a list, and check it twice.
And here’s to all you beautiful people
(wave glass around to encompass the whole group
who are putting up with my toast;
I hope in the new year
you see yourselves the way I see you:
intelligent, engaging, and likable.
(Raise glass) To (say new year, such as “2020”):
May it give a whole new meaning
to the phrase, “the good life.”
By Joanna Fuchs
New Year’s poems should focus on the positive, as this New Years toast does. An upbeat New Years poem like this one is always welcome. Implementing this New Year sentiment would improve anyone’s new year.
Fulfillment in the New Year
Here’s to the outgoing year, (say an old year, such as “2019”):
May the good times live on in our memories,
and may we learn lessons from the troubling times
that will make us stronger and better than ever.
Here’s to (say new year, such as “2020”):
For every one of you,
may it be filled with significant steps
toward the fulfillment of your fondest wishes.
In this coming new year,
let us focus on our goals and work toward our dreams,
and yet (smile)
let’s all try to go with the flow a little more
and stress a little less.
And most important,
(wave glass around to encompass the whole group)
here’s to all of you.
Appreciate yourselves and each other in the new year
as I appreciate all of you now.
Let’s focus on each other’s good points
and choose to overlook minor annoyances
to create mutual happiness and contentment in (say new year, such as “2020”).
Here’s to 2020 (or whatever year the new year is) (raise glass): Enjoy the journey!
By Joanna Fuchs
New Year toasts can be in the form of New Year’s poetry. They can rhyme, or they can be in free verse, like this New Years poem, which is an all-purpose New Years Toast for your New Years Eve party.
New Year’s Toast
Here’s to the new year…
May it bring more joy and success
And less grief and regret.
To our dreams…
May we never stop believing in them
And taking the actions that will make them a reality.
To our friends, loved ones, associates (or colleagues)…
May we take the time to let them know
How much it means to us
To have them in our lives.
Let us encourage more and criticize less,
Give more and needless.
And whenever we can,
Let us create harmony and peace.
To new beginnings…
Let us start fresh, right now,
To make this the very best year ever.
A very Happy New Year to all of us!