Songs to listen to when you’re “in your feelings”

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Songs to listen to when you’re “in your feelings”

Jazz Conde, Health and Lifestyle Editor

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Everyone has those days when they need to close themselves off from the world. No matter what your mood is, music was made with the hope for its listeners to connect to the music. Sometimes you just need to relax, crank up the music, and let it take over. When we can’t put our own emotions into words, we often find that our favorite artists have summed them up into 4 minutes. I’ve taken the time to put together mini playlist for whatever mood you’re in, because as they say, when words fail music speaks.

Sad:
“Someone Like You,” Adele.
“History,” One Direction.
“Chasing Cars,” Snow Patrol.
“How to Save a Life,” The Fray.
“Too Good At Goodbyes,” Sam Smith.

Happy:
“I Gotta Feeling,” Black Eyed Peas.
“Don’t Stop Believing,” Journey.
“Girls Just Want to Have Fun,” Cyndi Lauper.
“Dancing Queen,” ABBA or Meryl Streep.
“Here Comes The Sun,” The Beatles.
“Bohemian Rhapsody,” Queen.

Love:
“Not a Bad Thing,” Justin Timberlake.
“Brooklyn in the Summer,” Aloe Blacc.
“If I Ain’t Got You,” Alicia Keys.
“The Lady In My Life,” Michael Jackson.
“Say You Won’t Let Go,” James Arthur.

Confident:
“Run the World (Girl),” Beyoncé.
“Love Myself,” Hailee Steinfeld.
“Can’t Take That Away From Me,” Mariah Carey.
“Can’t Stop The Feeling,” Justin Timbe.
“Born This Way,” Lady Gaga.

Feel free to refer back to this list for your every mood. If you have your own ideas, don’t hesitate to add on to the list or make your own playlist that best fits all of your moods. Happy grooving!

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