30 Songs On My February Playlist
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30 Songs On My February Playlist

I prefer to start each month with a new music mix, so here’s what’s on tap for February!

30 Songs On My February Playlist

The crafting of this playlist went a little differently than normal because I listened to my January playlist so much that February was about to be the same thing! So this is made up of song recommendations from a friend, songs I liked the title of, and a few from previous playlists. Here they are:

1. ‘Love & War in Your Twenties’ — Jordy Searcy

2. ‘On & On & On’ — Caamp

3. ‘Angel of Small Death and the Codeine Scene’ — Hozier

4. ’Golden’ — Harry Styles

5. ‘Dance with Me Tonight’ — Olly Murs

6. ‘Motion Sickness’ — Phoebe Bridgers

7. ‘Off My Mind’ — joe p

8. ‘Glue Myself Shut’ — Noah Kahan

9. ‘Talk to You’ — Ricky Montgomery

10. ‘Twenty Two and Some Change’ — Stephen Day

11. ‘August’ — Flipturn

12. ‘Joyride’ — Adam Melchor

13. ‘Judy You Hung the Moon’ — HARBOUR

14. ‘Numb Little Bug’ — Em Beihold

15. ‘the lifeboat’s empty!’ — Chelsea Cutler

16. ‘You’re Somebody Else’ — flora cash

17. ‘Come to Me’ — The Goo Goo Dolls

18. ‘Joanne’ — Lady Gaga

19. ‘Cute Without The ‘E’ (Cut From The Team)’ — Taking Back Sunday

20. ‘drunk text me’ — Lexi Jayde

21. ‘Harvest Moon’ — Lord Huron

22. ‘(another) hotel party’ — Matty Reynolds

23. ‘despair’ — leo.

24. ‘Fool for Love’ — Lord Huron

25. 'Vagabond' — Caamp

26. 'Moon' — Jonah Kagen

27. 'Tears Over Beers' — Modern Baseball

28. 'Pick and Choose' — Daniel Nunnelee

29. 'she's all i wanna be' — Tate McRae

30. 'No Children' — The Mountain Goats

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