25 Songs You NEED In Your Spring 2021 Playlist
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25 Songs You NEED In Your Spring 2021 Playlist

The warm weather is right around the corner.

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25 Songs You NEED In Your Spring 2021 Playlist

Spring is my all-time favorite season. The other day, I walked outside without my coat on and I could actually feel the sun on my skin. I'm so ready for the weather to get warmer and the flowers to bloom. So, of course, the best season of the year needs to have the best playlist of the year. This season is all about positivity and sunshine, so add these songs to your spring playlist to help the good vibes come your way.

"Like Real People Do" by Hozier

"Space Girl" by Frances Forever

"Pierre" by Ryn Weaver

"Magic In The Hamptons (feat. Lil Yachty)" by Social House, Lil Yachty

"Ophelia" by The Lumineers

"Someone New" by Hozier

"End of It" by Friday Pilots Club

"I Wanna Get Better" by Bleachers

"My Body" by Young the Giant

"Suddenly I See" by KT Tunstall

"Anna Sun" by WALK THE MOON

"Paper Rings" by Taylor Swift

"Brand New" by Ben Rector

"Only The Good Die Young" by Billy Joel

"Tear in My Heart" by Twenty One Pilots

"Nine in the Afternoon" by Panic! At The Disco

"King of Anything" by Sara Bareilles

"Ain't It Fun" by Paramore

"Scrawny" by Wallows

"Over & Over" by Smallpools

"Cold Cold Man" by Saint Motel

"House of Gold" by Twenty One Pilots

"Vienna" by Billy Joel

"Kiwi" by Harry Styles

"Our Song" by Taylor Swift

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