Feeling Down? Check Out These Playlists
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Feeling Down? Check Out These Playlists

When you're feeling sad, music is the best medicine.

Feeling Down? Check Out These Playlists
Galymzhan Abdugalimov

Whether you’re going through a breakup, dealing with stress, or are just in low spirits, music can always make you feel better. Here are some energetic songs to make you feel better, and some sadder tunes to match your mood:

For when you’re down:

  1. Sign of the Times - Harry Styles
  2. 26 - Paramore
  3. I Would Die For You - Miley Cyrus
  4. Only Forever - Demi Lovato
  5. All I Want - Kodaline
  6. Cough Syrup - Young the Giant
  7. Autumn Leaves -Ed Sheeran
  8. Dream - Imagine Dragons
  9. Ocean Eyes - Billie Eilish
  10. Trouble - Coldplay
  11. Tell Me How - Paramore
  12. Everlong - Foo Fighters
  13. House of Cards - Radiohead
  14. I Am A Rock - Simon & Garfunkel
  15. Comfortably Numb - Pink Floyd
  16. Misguided Ghosts - Paramore
  17. Burning House - Cam
  18. Friends - Ed Sheeran
  19. Are You Calling - Flagship
  20. Alibi - Thirty Seconds to Mars
  21. Something In The Way - Nirvana
  22. Hate To See Your Heart Break - Paramore
  23. Ever Since New York - Harry Styles
  24. Use Somebody - Kings of Leon
  25. You Don’t Do It For Me Anymore - Demi Lovato
  26. Songbird - Fleetwood Mac

To make you feel better:

  1. Times Like These - Foo Fighters
  2. Closer To The Edge - Thirty Seconds To Mars
  3. Everywhere - Fleetwood Mac
  4. Baba O’Riley - The Who
  5. Start Over - Imagine Dragons
  6. Peace of Mind - Boston
  7. Now - Paramore
  8. Sorry Not Sorry - Demi Lovato
  9. Go Your Own Way - Fleetwood Mac
  10. Night Moves - Bob Seger
  11. Alive - Pearl Jam
  12. Changes - David Bowie
  13. Come On Eileen - Dexys Midnight Runners
  14. Heart Of Glass - Blondie
  15. Drive - Incubus
  16. Do or Die - Thirty Seconds To Mars
  17. Here Comes The Sun - The Beatles
  18. I Bet My Life - Imagine Dragons
  19. Younger Now - Miley Cyrus
  20. Still Into You - Paramore
  21. Should I Stay or Should I Go - The Clash
  22. Valerie - Amy Winehouse
  23. Electric Love - BØRNS
  24. Panama - Van Halen
  25. Scooby’s in the Back - HalfNoise
  26. Hard Times - Paramore

When you're not feeling your best, music always helps. The first collection of songs are slower paced, with heavier subject matter. Hopefully, you can connect with the lyrics and relate your current emotions to the songs. The second collection of songs are upbeat, and some of them consist of more lighthearted lyrics. The purpose of this playlist is to bring you out of your bad mood - sometimes you need a pick-me-up, and a playlist of fun songs can be the perfect remedy. Here's to our bad days, and always remember that it only gets better.

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