25 Songs For The Best Fall You've Had Yet
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25 Songs For The Best Fall You've Had Yet

The weather gets colder, but the music is still fire af.

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25 Songs For The Best Fall You've Had Yet

Welcome to pumpkin spice season! Fall is the ultimate time for warm vibes and chill playlists. With a cup of coffee (or hot chocolate, your choice) and a warm sweater, no day is too gloomy! This playlist is an anthem to all those warm and fuzzy vibes that come along with the season. So, here's what's on my fall playlist this year.

1. Autumn Leaves by Ed Sheeran

2. Long Way Down by Tom Odell

3.  Ran Away by Hollow Coves

4. Angela by The Lumineers

5. Lights Down Low by MAX

6. Long Distance Runner by Matt Nathanson

7. Sweater Weather by The Neighbourhood

8. Control by Halsey

9. my boy by Billie Eilish

10. Sloppy Seconds by Watsky

11. Lie by NF

12. The Night We Met by Lord Huron

13. Too Much Too Late by Sabrina Claudio

14. Moonlight by XXXTENTACION

15. Let The Dice Roll by Scarlett Burke (ft. Jared Gutstadt)

16. Smooth by Santana (ft. Rob Thomas)

17. Sober by Demi Lovato

18. Airplane Mode by Limbo

19. Heebiejeebies by Aminé (ft. Kehlani)

20. I Fall Apart by Post Malone

21. Faking It by Calvin Harris (ft. Kehlani and Lil Yachty)

22. Drew Barrymore by Bryce Vine

23. I See Fire by Ed Sheeran

24. Guiding Light by Mumford and Sons

25. Slow Hands by Niall Horan

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