Different types of music can evoke different emotions in each of us. It can also make us feel those emotions very strongly, which can be both good and bad. Playlists are awesome, definitely a major breakthrough in the world of music. It used to be that one would have to wait for their favorite songs to come on the radio and would rush to find a blank cassette tape and push record, in the hopes that they were able to catch the song in question at the right time to get the full song. Another method would be going out and buying individual cassette tapes that contained the songs one liked and then with a dual cassette player/recorder, one could make a single mix tape from other combined ones.
Then came the age of MP3 and MP3 players and finally streaming music. Now people can purchase, at a small fee, all the songs they love that span across decades, sometimes, and arrange them into different play lists, for whatever mood they may be in. It is so easy now, and I’m sure over time, it will only become easier.
So, why am I talking about playlists and music today? Well, I wanted to share with you the different songs on our playlists and the emotions that they evoke in us. Mainly the ones that bring out Alex’s inner stripper and love goddess! Oh man, we absolutely love it when just the right song brings out her sensual side. But there are also playlists for cleaning the house, relaxing, becoming inspired, you get the idea.
Ballad of Dwight Fry – Alice Cooper
Feeling Good – Avicii
With a Little Help From My Friends – The Beatles
Satisfied – Catching Flies
How Long – Charlie Puth
Under the Milky Way Tonight – The Church
The Captain of Her Heart – Double
Sit Next to Me – Foster the People
Without Me – Halsey
Withering – Jacoo
Seminole Wind – John Anderson
Way Down We Go -Kaleo
Blue Jeans – Lana del Rey
I’ve Been Thinking About You – Londonbeat
Broken – LovelytheBand
Jump – Madonna
I’d Die Without You – P.M. Dawn
Gimme Shelter – The Rolling Stones
Send Me an Angel – Scorpions
Good For You – Selena Gomez
Brand New Day – Sting
Nightsky – Tracey Chattaway
I Love You Too Much – Diego Luna (Book of Life)
Remember Me – Miguel (Coco)
Not Afraid Anymore – Halsey
Earned It – The Weeknd
Love Me Like You Do – Ellie Goulding
Young and Beautiful – Lana Del Rey
Blinding Lights – The Weekend
Sunrise – Simply Red
So, can you guess which songs go under which topics? We all have a very romantic side to us, so naturally, you can see some of the more romantic songs mixed in with the inspiring, thoughtful, fun, get up and shake your ass and fuck like it’s your last day on Earth songs. There are also songs that we have not been able to find on iTunes that we listen to on YouTube at the moment, but that is a post for another day.
What’s on YOUR playlist?