Songs That Will Make Your Crush Hear You
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You ever want someone to notice you but don't know how? Music can change peoples minds and their body language can change completely when the right song comes on. Here are five songs that are at the core of my playlist when I want a certain person to know exactly what I'm thinking.

1. "Tell Me You Love Me" by Demi Lovato

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Demi Lovato's whole playlist is constantly my mood, with bops ranging from sad ballads about losing a father figure to figuring out who she wants to be with. Your crush won't forget her soulful voice as she belts the chorus.

2. "Meant To Be" by Bebe Rexha and Florida Georgia Line

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Everyone's heard this one but it is probably one of the best examples of how summertime love should be. It makes you want to relax and kick back with that certain person.

3. "Give Me Love" by Ed Sheeran

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Ed Sheeran is known for having a lot of great love songs but what this song has said to me for so many years is that you shouldn't give up on your crush, no matter what.

4. "Call Out My Name" by The Weeknd

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The Weeknd is literally every college kids answer to a sexier point of view where summer nights involve lots and lots of action. "Call" answers that and gives every summer day that vibe.

5. "break up with your girlfriend, i'm bored" by Ariana Grande

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This one is probably the most obvious choice but Ariana Grande's bluntness makes for a very interesting interaction.

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