The most ~vibes~ playlist ever
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The most ~vibes~ playlist ever

This is a list of songs that are perfect to listen to when you're just looking to jam, going on a road trip, or just need a moment to vibe with yourself

The most ~vibes~ playlist ever
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These songs are the most ~vibes~ songs that I've been listening to!

1. Yes I’m Changing - Tame Impala

Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Yes I'm Changing · Tame Impala Currents ℗ 2015 Modular Recordings Released on: 2015-07-17 Producer, Studio Perso...

2. Lo Que Siento - Cuco

CUCO - Lo Que Siento Stream Wannabewithu:

3. I Love you so - The Walters

Vinyl, T-Shirts & CD's available @ The Walters 2014 Songs for Dads EP

4. You say I’m in love - Banes World Follow us on Instagram: @weedandmercedes @fuxitimrich_shroomithoe (Lyrics) I've been so unafraid, to die alone I kn...

5. Body Ain’t Me - Pink $weats

'Body Aint Me' by Pink Sweat$

6. Baby Boy - Childish Gambino

From the new album "Awaken, My Love!" available now: http://insta...

7. Golden Hour - Kacey Musgraves

Listen to the new Kacey Musgraves album, Golden Hour, here: Sign up to the Kacey Musgraves email list here: http://www.kaceymusgr...

8. Come Back To Earth - Mac Miller

9. Happiness is a butterfly - Lana Del Rey

Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Happiness is a butterfly · Lana Del Rey Norman Fucking Rockwell! ℗ A Polydor Records Recording / An Interscope R...

10. Dreams-come-true-girl - Cass McCombs

Dreams-Come-True-Girl (Featuring Karen Black) from Cass McCombs' new album 'Catacombs' out June 8th UK / July 7th US on Domino Records. Dir. Aaron B. Please ...

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