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Hey y’all! Welcome to my music blog. I have loved music probably since I was in the womb. I have a pretty diverse playlist on my Spotify account, so don’t judge. Now I love listening to my Spotify on my phone or computer, because I can let out all of my energy in running, working out, or dancing around. But that’s for a different post! So let’s dive into my life through my favorite songs on Spotify.
10) “Supermarket Flowers”
This song has to be one of my favorite Ed Sheeran songs ever! The lyrics hit me in the right spot. I interpret the song as being a ballad about someone losing their mom, and they are in the hospital room. Let’s just say I was on the verge of tears once it got to the chorus. If you want to listen to a song, that sounds like it belongs in a Nicholas Sparks film this is one for you to check out.
9) “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough”
I have loved this song ever since I first heard it in Remember the Titans. Ryan Gosling absolutely killed it in this song. If you are having a bad day this is awesome song to have on your “get into my feelings” playlist. This is a sure one to get your spirits up.
8) “Humble and Kind”
My Top Spotify Songs
For all of my country music friends this one is for you. I have been a fan of Tim McGraw and Faith Hill forever. #RelationshipGoals! Humble and Kind always puts things in perspective for me. You may be having a bad day, but that doesn’t give you an excuse to act like a jerk. Someone always has it worse than you.
7) “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)”
Oh my lord, this has to be one of the best songs from a boy band ever. Whenever I hear this song come on when I am running, doing laundry, or just doing absolutely nothing I have to stop what I am doing and have a jam out session.
6) “Boys of Fall”
I know football season is in the air when I hear this song on “The Bull” on my drive to school in the morning. It feels like whenever Kenny Chesney is singing, he is describing my football team. This song is full of southern high school football, and I am loving it.
5) “My Heart Will Go On”
I know what you are thinking, why would a teenager be listening to Celine Dion? It wasn’t because I had seen Titanic, or that little girl on America’s Got Talent. I had heard one of her other hits ” A New Day Has Come”, and a suggested song came on and it was “My Heart will Go On”. I was in complete awe.
4) “Hollaback Girl”
This is another throwback that I have on repeat constantly. I don’t know if it is the message about girl empowerment, or the fact that I can always reference it whenever I am trying to spell bananas, but it has been on my playlist forever and I don’t see it going away anytime soon.
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It’s only August and this has to be one of the best songs of the year. Kesha had not released an album in four years, and she came out with a hit ballad. You can hear the pain in her voice, and it is astounding.
This is my favorite song to jam out to in the car. I literally have my own carpool karaoke session. It may have been released in 1996, but it is a staple in my 2017 most played playlist.
Every time I go running I always make sure to play this first. It gets my heart rate up, and just puts me in a great mood. This is another throwback that gets me moving.
I told y’all that my Spotify was pretty much all over the place. I am such a fan of streaming music because I love having the access to listen to music without having my record player, or a CD player. We live in a time where we are on our phones constantly. I have chosen to sort of break this barrier by listening to my playlists when I am running, doing homework, or having my own personal dance party. Music doesn’t always have to be a hard copy. I think the point of music is supposed to make you feel something, and that shouldn’t matter if it is coming from a phone, record player, or an orchestra. Thank y’all for reading my post.