28 More Songs For Your Next Spotify Finals Playlist
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28 More Songs For Your Next Spotify Finals Playlist

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28 More Songs For Your Next Spotify Finals Playlist
Sara Doan

Finals week is (sadly) almost upon us and I know one thing that helps me when studying is relaxing music. So if you're trying to study for finals or need something to relax to after after finals, or just want a new chill playlist here ya go.

1. "Collide" - Howie Day

2. "XO" - John Mayer version

3. "Only Love" - Ben Howard

4. "Come On Get Higher" - Matt Nathanson

5. "Sleep On The Floor" - The Lumineers

6. "Opheila" - The Lumineers

7. "A Team" - Ed Sheeran

8. "Cave" - Mumford and Sons

9. "Rivers and Roads" - The Head and The Heart

10. "Let Her Go" - Passenger

11. "She Will Be Loved" - Maroon 5

12. "I Won't Give Up" - Jason Mraz

13. "Fix You" - Coldplay

14. "Photograph" - Ed Sheeran

15. "Hold Back The River" - James Bay

16. "Let it Go" - James Bay

17. "Clocks" - Coldplay

18. "Die A Happy Man" - Thomas Rhett

19. "Fire and The Flood" - Vance Joy

20. "Away We Go" - Prince of Spain

21. "Rise Up" - Andrea Day

22. "Chances" - Five for Fighting

23. "Sweet Disposition" - The Temper Trap

24. "Home" - Phillip Phillips

25. "Free Fallin'" - John Mayer

26. "Hallelujah" - Rufus Wainwright, Susan Boyle and the Justin Timberlake versions are 10/10.

27. "Brother" - NeedToBreathe acoustic version

28. "Thousand Years" - Christina Perri

Music is one of the best stress relievers in my opinion, so I hope this helps ya. And may the odds be ever in your favor.

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