The Perfect Writing Playlist
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The Perfect Writing Playlist

55 songs to listen to as you write

The Perfect Writing Playlist

Music can make anything better and more enjoyable. Even listening to music while writing can inspire and influence your stories. Check out this music playlist of fifty songs that are the perfect tunes to listen to as those words flow from your fingertips. And when you reach song fifty-five, click that repeat button.

Thomas Fiss

Song #1: All We Are (Stay Up)

Song #2: We’re Going Down

Song #3: Chasing Satellites

Years & Years

Song #4: Real

Song #5: Foundation

Song #6: Shine

Alicia Keys

Song #7: Empire State of Mind, Pt. ll

Song #8: Limitedless

Song #9: Blended Family


Song #10: Firestone

Song #11: Stole the Show

Song #12: Carry Me


Song #13: Finale

Song #14: Pay No Mind

Song #15: You’re On


Song #16: Gold Dust

Song #17: Firebird

Song #18: Runaway (U & I)

Ed Sheeran

Song #19: Tenerife Sea

Song #20: One

Song #21: Photograph

Song #22: Bloodstream

Arctic Monkeys

Song #23: Mad Sounds

Song #24: Fireside

Song #25: Knee Socks

The Chainsmokers

Song #26: Setting Fires

Song #27: All We Know

Song #28: Paris

Lana Del Rey

Song #29: Young And Beautiful

Song #30: Off To The Races

Song #31: Born To Die

The Beatles

Song #32: Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds

Song #33: Penny Lane

Song #34: Here Comes The Sun

Song #35: Eleanor Rigby


Song #36: A Sky Full of Stars

Song #37: Magic

Song #38: Ink


Song #39: Love in the Dark

Song #40: Water Under the Bridge

Song #41: I Miss You

Taylor Swift

Song #42: Red

Song #43: Style

Song #44: Out of the Woods

Song #45: Wildest Dreams

The Colourist

Song #46: Little Games

Song #47: Wishing Wells

Song #48: When I’m Away

Young the Giant

Song #49: Art Exhibit

Song #50: Firelight

Zella Day

Song #51: Ace of Hearts

Song #52: 1965

Song #53: East of Eden


Song #54: I Want You To Know

Song #55: Beautiful Now

Happy writing and listening!

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