10 Feel Good Songs For Your Playlist

You know what they say: Music is good for the soul. And It’s part of my daily routine, so I have endless amounts of songs that I would love to recommend to you. I’ve pulled songs from my plethora of playlists for you to search. Here are 10 songs that you should DEFINITELY listen to and download to your phone.

1. On Purpose

By: Sabrina Carpenter

One of my favorite Sabrina Carpenter songs.

2. No New Friends

By: Labrinth, Sia, Diplo (LSD)

This is a fun, upbeat song that should be on your playlist for the beat and energy. This is on pretty much all of my party playlists. It’s fun to dance to!

3. Shallow

By: Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper

This is an interpretive song, I think, but it’s a great one to have playing during a get-together.

4. Center Point Road

By: Thomas Rhett & Kelsea Ballerini

This is a sentimental song about childhood and leaving old memories to make new ones as we graduate from high school and move onto college and adult life.

5. Symphony

By: Clean Bandit & Zara Larsson

This song has a happy and upbeat melody that no cookout or reception can go without. It’s a gorgeous tune that I highly would add to my phone ASAP.

6. Greener Grass

By: Carly Pearce

This is a slow song, so I wouldn’t recommend it for a party playlist, but it is one of my favorite songs to put on while I’m reading or painting. This, too is a sentimental song, and it’s amazing!

7. Slow

By: Noah Cyrus & Matoma

This song is anything but slow. It’s energy is contagious. This song is one that I frequently listen to while I’m working, or running around with my brother. 10/10 would recommend.

8. Happiness Begins

By: The Jonas Brothers

This was the 2019 song of the summer. And it clearly expressed it’s emotion, too! It invokes satisfaction, and you’ll want to play it aa million times on repeat!

9. Rise

By: Jonas Blue ft. Jack & Jack

This was another one of my summer songs. This one is perfect for a pool party with friends. It is the theme song of a lot of my summer memories.

10. Happier

By: Marshmallow ft. Bastille

Once again, this is a melancholy song with an unbeatable zest. My brother loves this one and frequently listens to it while playing in the yard.

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