My Top 5 Spotify Songs Of 2019 Bring Back Both Good And Bad Memories
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My Top 5 Spotify Songs Of 2019 Bring Back Both Good And Bad Memories

Music has a bigger impact on my life than I originally thought.

My Top 5 Spotify Songs Of 2019 Bring Back Both Good And Bad Memories
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Around the beginning of December, Spotify released it's infamous "Top 2019 Tracks" to premium subscribers, which lists the top songs listened to throughout the year.

I love being able to go back through these and listen to a song that creates a memory in my head (some good, some bad).

According to my Spotify, my top genre was Contemporary Country -- no surprise there. However, I am a little surprised that Christian music wasn't higher on my list.

"Whiskey Glasses" by Morgan Wallen 

WHAT A GREAT SONG! This one reminds me of jamming out in my junior year apartment with my three roommates. We would hook up one of our big speakers and blast this song so we could hear it over our awful singing voices.

"How Does It Sound" by Dylan Schneider

This was probably my top sad country song I would listen to when I was in the feels...which was a lot.

"All To Myself" by Dan and Shay

I really don't remember listening to this song all that much, but apparently I listened to it enough that it was on my Top 5!

"On Tonight" by Chase Rice

This was definitely a break-up song for me back during the spring semester. I'm really not surprised this song made it so high on my list since I would have it on repeat for weeks at a time.

"Good Grace" by Hillsong Worship

I remember the first time I listened to this song was at church with one of my best friends.

Some other songs that I wish made it to this list are "Another In The Fire" by Hillsong Worship, "Tequila" by Dan and Shay, and "God's Country" by Blake Shelton.

Country music is my ride or die, and I can't wait to see what good and bad memories that music will cause me to have next year.

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