My Favorite Songs In March
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My Favorite Songs In March

All my go-to jam-out songs for the month of March

My Favorite Songs In March

Listening to music is one of my passions. It is something I do all the time. Whether it be when I'm showering, working out, walking to classes, driving in the car or just hanging out, music is always playing. Throughout this month, I've listened to so much music; some already being my favorites and some I newly discovered.

Here are my top five favorite songs:

1. Let Me Down Slowly by Alec Benjamin

This song is truly incredible. It pulls at your heartstrings. Alec Benjamin is an incredible storyteller. The lyrics "Could you find a way to let me down slowly? A little sympathy, I hope you can show me," evoke an emotion. Overall, I'd highly recommend this song and suggest giving this artist a follow.

2. When I'm Gone by Wiz Khalifa

This song is definitely an oldie, but goodie. Like most of Wiz Khalifa's songs, this song has a very good vibe to it. It's my favorite because it shows how talented of a singer Wiz really is; this song brings out his vocals.

3. I'm So Tired by Lauv and Troye Sivan

I love almost every song Lauv drops and I am a huge fan of "Youth" by Troye Sivan, so I knew I was going to love this song. The song was definitely as good as I had anticipated it being. The lyric "I'm so tired of love songs, tired of love songs, tired of love songs, tired of love" is a mood and I am here for it.

4. Sweet But Psycho by Ava Max

This song is one I listen to every day. It is super upbeat and the vocals are so good. It is a really fun song and it gets me hype every morning. 10/10 would recommend.

5. All Of The Lights by Kanye West

This song is also an older one, but will never not be good. Kanye may be a weird guy with an annoying Twitter, but he is a talented artist and this song is proof of that. Plus it includes Rihanna so you know it's good.

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