What's your favorite song at the moment?

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Lover I Don't Have to Love by Bright Eyes

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My favorites depend on where I am at the moment. The past couple of months one of my favorites is "Shoulders" by For King & Country.

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All I have to say is that the whole Guardians of the Galaxy soundtrack is the best thing to listen to when you need to boost your mood.

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Golden Thing by Cody Simpson!

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I love the love the live worship song done by Nigerian gospel singer, Theophilus Sunday. It touches my soul

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The entire Maverick collection is blissful.
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Catie139 wrote:
08 Jul 2020, 13:32
My favorites depend on where I am at the moment. The past couple of months one of my favorites is "Shoulders" by For King & Country.
That group has amazing songs. On those days that I need some adrenaline rush, I listen to Planet Shakers.
Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment.

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Hall of Fame

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Joseph_ngaruiya wrote:
09 Jul 2020, 14:14
Catie139 wrote:
08 Jul 2020, 13:32
My favorites depend on where I am at the moment. The past couple of months one of my favorites is "Shoulders" by For King & Country.
That group has amazing songs. On those days that I need some adrenaline rush, I listen to Planet Shakers.
Thanks for the reference to Planet Shakers. I never heard of them before. What I listened to when I looked them up on YouTube, though, I really liked. They certainly do provide that adrenaline rush, though, don't they!?

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Is it just me? by Emily Burns! She sings beautifully and she is not that known, check her out!

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Currently, i am more fond with indie music right now because of the quarantine period and as of the moment, my favorite is a song called Bambi by Hippo Campus because it talks about ruining everything brought by your stupid, downgrading mental health.

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Catie139 wrote:
09 Jul 2020, 16:24
Joseph_ngaruiya wrote:
09 Jul 2020, 14:14
Catie139 wrote:
08 Jul 2020, 13:32
My favorites depend on where I am at the moment. The past couple of months one of my favorites is "Shoulders" by For King & Country.
That group has amazing songs. On those days that I need some adrenaline rush, I listen to Planet Shakers.
Thanks for the reference to Planet Shakers. I never heard of them before. What I listened to when I looked them up on YouTube, though, I really liked. They certainly do provide that adrenaline rush, though, don't they!?
I'm glad you enjoyed, for uplifting music check out TRIBL on youtube.
Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment.

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Can't get Watermelon sugar by Harry Styles out of my head :)

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Not a song but rather relaxing sounds. It is called "Ambience/ASMR: Ottoman Courtyard Garden & Fountain, 18th Century Syria, 5 Hours"
I recommend it :)

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My favorite song right now is Shoot for the Moon by Master Roshii

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