20 of the Best Email Lyrics in Songs

Ranked in order of email amazingness


Chapter 1: A Little Background

I’ve worked within the world of email for the last four years. While at work, I listen to a lot of music, and the other day, I was curious about what songs out there include the word “email” (or “e-mail”) in their lyrics. So, I did a little research, and it turns out there are many songs out there that use email. Too many.

Below, I’m taking you on a journey through music! From Pet Shop Boys to Kenny Chesney, I’ve picked 20 songs that include email. I pulled up each of the songs in Spotify and then wrote down my thoughts and reactions as I listened to them. As a result, I’m also going to apologize now for having some…disagreeable viewpoints.

-Warren Duff, Sr. Content Marketing Manager

Chapter 2: The Songs

20 – “Email” by Pet Shop Boys

Key email lyric: “Send me an email that says I love you.”

With an early 2000s electronic beat and lyrics like that, this song makes me think of a romantic teenage comedy like, 10 Things I Hate About You or She’s All That. Do I like it? Sure, but it’s a guilty pleasure.

19 – “Email My Heart” by Britney Spears

Key email lyric: “Email my heart and say our love will never die.”

From the timeless album, Baby One More Time, this song’s chorus includes that terrible line above. I like email as much as the next person, but don’t put that sentiment in a message and then send it to my personal email account. Use a pen and paper.

18 – “The Medication Is Wearing Off” by Eels

Chapter 3: Wrapping Things Up

How was that?? Do you agree with me? Do you think my takes are bad? Do you have an email song that you’d like me to review for you? Well, you can keep those thoughts to yourself.

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