18 Songs to Add To Your Summer Playlist
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The Not-So-Average Summer Playlist

Those songs you need when it's time to say goodbye.

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In honor of school coming right around the corner, you might be needing to say quite a few goodbyes to your summer friends. At least, I know I have to. Sometimes, you want to listen to sad music when you're feeling a little nostalgic. This playlist I believe suits that feeling perfectly. I hope you will enjoy these songs as much as me!

1. Summer by Brockhampton

2. Best to You by Blood Orange

3. California by Childish Gambino

4. Streetcar by Daniel Caesar

5. Shot for Me by Drake

6. Ivy by Frank Ocean

7. Seventeen by Kevin Abstract

8. Somebody Else by the 1975

9. Hello by J. Cole

10. White Ferrari by Frank Ocean

11. Best Friend by Rex Orange County

12. Karaoke by Drake

13. All Along by Kid Cudi

14. Stay by Post Malone

15. Ninety (Electric) by Jaden Smith

16. Lens by Frank Ocean

17. Past Life by Tame Impala

18. 20 Something by SZA

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