Top 25 Songs For Your Summer 2020 Playlist
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Top 25 Songs For Your Summer 2020 Playlist

There are so many great songs this summer, but these 25 are a must add!

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Top 25 Songs For Your Summer 2020 Playlist

I don't know about you, but one of my favorite parts of summer is the music. Music is such a great way to keep memories alive. Listening to a song from your childhood can bring back nostalgic memories and make you feel like a kid again. Music has always been a way for me to remember certain memories from a certain time. Summer has always left me with some great memories with family and friends, and I love listening back on summer playlists and remembering that summer and the memories I made. And, although I'm sure I won't need music to remember summer 2020, these 25 songs will always be the anthems of 2020.

"Power" by Ellie Goulding

"I Fly" by Galantis

"Savage Remix (feat. Beyoncé)" by Megan Thee Stallion

"Summer Feelings (feat. Charlie Puth)" by Lennon Stella

"Learn To Fly (feat. Elton John)" by Surfaces

"Young and Alive" by Bazzi

"I Don't Know Why" by NOTD and Astrid S

"Together" by Sia

"Both Still Young (feat. Keith Urban)" by Dzeko

"Love Is Gone" by G-Eazy

"Intentions" by Justin Bieber

"On Me (feat. Ava Max)" by Thomas Rhett and Kane Brown 

"Not My Baby" by INNA

"THE SCOTTS" by THE SCOTTS, Travis Scott, Kid Cudi

"Chicago Freestyle (feat Giveon)" by Drake

"In Your Eyes" by The Weeknd

"Dance With Me (feat. Thomas Rhett & Young Thug)" by Diplo

"On My Life" by Cheat Codes

"BELIEVE IT (feat. Rihanna)" by PARTYNEXTDOOR

"I Dare You" by Kelly Clarkson

"Watermelon Sugar" by Harry Styles

"Back To You" by iamnotshane

"Nobody Like You (with Vera Blue)" by Louis The Child

"Desires (with Future)" by Drake

"After Party" by Don Toliver

Check out my full playlist on Spotify!

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