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20 Songs To Get Me Through Finals Week

Twenty upbeat songs to dance along to during your many well-deserved study breaks.

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20 Songs To Get Me Through Finals Week
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Finals are obviously not ideal, so you might as well have some super fun songs to jam out to. Here are 25 songs to add to your finals playlist:

1. 'New Romantics' - Taylor Swift

2. 'Your Graduation' - Modern Baseball

3. 'Barcelona' - Jonah Kagen

4. 'Cocaine Jesus' - Rainbow Kitten Surprise

5. 'Off My Mind' - Joe P

6. 'Silver Lining' - Mt. Joy

7. 'Supercut' - Lorde

8. 'she's all i wanna be' - Tate McRae

9. 'Move Along' - The All-American Rejects

10. 'GO TO HELL' - Clinton Kane

11. '(another) hotel party' - Matty Reynolds

12. 'Saturday Sun' - Vance Joy

13. 'Tongue Tied' - Grouplove

14. 'Honey, Honey' - ABBA

15. 'Down' - Jay Sean, Lil Wayne

16. 'Hair' - Lady Gaga

17. 'Sweet Nothing' - Calvin Harris, Florence Welch

18. 'On The Floor' - Jennifer Lopez, Pitbull

19. 'Sunday Morning' - Maroon 5

20. 'Check Yes, Juliet' - We The Kings

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