Monday, April 6, 2015

BEDA Day 6: Spring Playlist

Hello friends! I hope this Monday finds you well. It was a beautiful sunny day here in Harrisonburg, meaning wearing a maxi dress and flip-flops even though I still felt like I was run over by a truck. The good news is I'm definitely on the mend, but I've still been sniffly all day. Trying to combat that by drinking lots of water and taking my medicine. I'm also about to run to the gym to try and psych myself into being healthy; hopefully some cardio will make this cold run for the hills. After that, I think I'll have a hot shower and ten hours of sleep. If I'm not better by tomorrow after all that, I officially quit. I'll officially resign myself to the Common Cold Overlords.

Back to that beautiful weather, though: because it's so beautiful outside, I thought I'd share with you my go-to playlist for this time of year. Something about warm weather brings about feel-good music. Be forewarned that a lot of this is either country or super sugary pop music. If you're looking for deep, meaningful lyrics, keep it moving, because you won't find that here. Expect lots of dumb songs to unabashedly listen to with the car windows rolled down, cruising down the interstate. Without further adieu:

1) "Sofa" by Ed Sheeran
2) "Eighteen Cool" by Hoodie Allen
3) "Worth It" by Fifth Harmony
4) "Kodachrome" by Paul Simon
5) "Raised On It" by Sam Hunt
6) "Girl Almighty" by One Direction (RIP Zayn)
7) "Trailer Hitch" by Kristian Bush
8) "Nobody Love" by Tori Kelly
9) "Crush" by David Archuleta (SUCH a throwback. And I still know all the words.)
10) "Your Side Of Town" by Maddie & Tae

Go forth and look all of those up at your earliest convenience; don't blame me when they're all stuck in your head tomorrow.

x,
Lauren

PS: Leave your favorite warm weather songs in the comments!

1 comment :

  1. YUS PLAYLIST

    I suggest you add "Favorite Record" by Fall Out Boy, "Shut Up and Dance" by Walk the Moon, and "I Wanna Get Better" by the Bleachers

    BONUS: You can't go wrong with "Human" by the delish Darren Criss

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