Music is great, isn’t it? I love how I can either just lose myself to the lyrics of a really good song, be inspired by one, or just let it play in the background while I’m doing something else entirely. It makes my days more enjoyable and can pick me up out of a bad mood.
The last few months have brought a few new good songs into my life, as well as enjoying some classics, so here’s the list of songs I played very often during the month of March.
This song came out at the end of January this year, but I hadn’t found it until late last month. Needless to say, it’s amazing! It’s definitely a song that sticks to you. I also love the video.. it’s definitely not what you’d expect the song to be about, but it works. Besides, Ryan and Dove are the most adorable couple ever.
I first heard this on the radio while riding with my mom. She told me how she liked this song and I thought it was pretty cool. It took me a while to remember to go online and check it out, but I eventually did and I might’ve played this on repeat a few times…
I love this version as well as Darren Criss’ cover of it on Glee, so I’ve been listening to both over the past month. But, of course, there’s nothing like the original.
This shouldn’t be a surprise, after my review of the song here on the blog and all. It’s been stuck in my head for over a week now and I honestly don’t mind. It’s an upbeat, fun song that will have me dancing to only the music playing in my head. Oh, and the video is cool too.
Definitely a sad song, but a good one. I recently started listening to Holes and Hearts again and forgot just how much I enjoyed this song. I think it’s probably my favorite out of all their songs.
I think this is a good song considering Easter has just passed. This video is just amazing, as is the song. It’s a great reminder of what a sacrifice Jesus made for us.
This song comes from the movie Cyberbully. If you’ve never seen it, I suggest you do. It’s a great movie and this song will definitely stick to you once you see the movie.
A childhood favorite of mine. I remember this one playing nice and loud in the car when I was a kid and singing along to it. I had actually forgotten about it until recently hearing it on the radio so what do I do? Download it off iTunes of course!
Another amazing song from Lea Michele about her late love, Cory Monteith. This song definitely hits the feels hard, especially if you were a Glee fan.
The first single of Dove Cameron and Ryan McCartan (under their band name, that is). I’ll admit at first I wasn’t a fan of the song, but after some time I really started to like it. Eventually it was stuck in my head and I had no choice but to get it on my Spotify playlist.
So, there you have it. My top tracks from my playlist this month. I apologize in advance if any of these hit a sore spot in the feels, but that’s the beauty of music I guess… it can make us feel emotions real hard. I hope you enjoy and take a listen to some of the songs!