Music that Changes my Mood Part Five

Welcome to part five of “Music that Changes my Mood.”

This is the first edition of the New Year, and I am really looking forward to sharing more music that changes my mood when depression is taking me over. It has been amazing to share my favorites on my music playlist. Music is always a part of my life because lyrics mean everything to me.

Crystalyne – Secret

You can’t find a bad Crystalyne song and Secret has been an obsession of mine over the last couple of days. This song’s lyrics are so powerful. I think we all are looking for someone that you are willing to keep their secrets. This is a great song to just rock out to.

Altered Skye – Where I Belong

Aren’t we trying to find where we belong when lost in the endless depression. Another good song with amazing lyrics.

Courage My Love – Cold Blooded

We Are the In Crowd – Both Sides of the Story

Paramore – Fake Happy

This song is the most relatable of how I feel sometimes when I am out in the real world. Sometimes you just have to be fake happy to survive.

We Are the In Crowd – Kiss Me Again

Crystalyne – Let’s Do Something Crazy

Meg and Dia – Roses

Well, that is another edition of “Music That Changes my Mood.” Check out the other parts here:

An American’s Obsession with Korean Pop

Part One

Part Two

Part Three

Part Four

J.E. Skye

Please Help me Publish my Memoir

I am almost done editing my memoir “The Bipolar Writer,” and I have decided to go down the self-publishing route. If you can donate anything towards my goal, it would mean the world to me. I am still working towards enough to pay an artist for a good cover. Those that donate will get a special mention in my memoir on a page dedicated to those that made my memoir possible. Thank you in advance!


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6 Replies to “Music that Changes my Mood Part Five”

  1. Thank you for sharing this. I am going to try and listen and see how I relate to the songs. I do have my own playlist for when I am depressed (which, unfortunately, pulls me deeper into it) as well as the ones that make it better (however slightly).

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  2. I’m excited to be somewhere later that I can actually listen to all of these. It’s amazing how much music really can alter our feelings and either amplify or soothe depression. ❤️

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