Music That Changes my Mood – Pt. 17

Twice in one week! I really love these music posts because when you’re in this mental illness life, at least for me, listening to music has gotten me through so many dark times. So I hope you enjoy today’s mix of songs! Be sure to check out the series below!

Favorite Music

Hellogoodbye – Here in Your Arms

The All-American Rejects – Give you Hell

Bowling for Soup – 1985

Jimmy Eat World – The Middle

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Fountain of Wayne – Stacy’s Mom

My Chemicial Romance – Teenagers

Weezer – Perfect Situation

Boys Like Girls – The Great Escape

Boys Like Girls – Love Drunk

Yellowcard – Ocean Avenue

The Click Five – Just The Girl

Hey Monday – How You Love Me Now

Well, that’s it for this edition. I hope you enjoyed!

James

Photo Credit:Twice in one week! I really love these music posts because when you’re in this mental illness life, at least for me, listening to music has gotten me through so many dark times. So I hope you enjoy today’s mix of songs! Be sure to check out the series below!

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16 Replies to “Music That Changes my Mood – Pt. 17”

  1. Thanks for posting, I absolutely love a lot of the songs you listed here. It’s awesome how a song can completely change your mood. I felt the same way about a Barenaked Ladies song on my way in to work this morning.

    1. Music is an amazing thing. The words can change a mood. I have a ton of playlists just full of music I know will help me get through a day. Thank you for checking it out!

  2. I feel like I just stepped back in time as these are all some of my favorite songs growing up. 🙂 makes me want to create a playlist and listen to them on Spotify! Thank you for sharing

  3. Music is great for every mood. I’m doing a daily post from my playlist. Hope you find something to add to yours.

  4. Some great songs on this list! I heard something really interesting about Weezer this week; I can’t get it out of my head. The host of the podcast Song Exploder was being interviewed on another podcast about the time he interviewed Rivers Cuomo about how he writes songs. And I could never do it justice, but suffice it to say it was bizarre and amazing and involved excel spread sheets.

  5. Yes! Love the songs and love that you use music. I am definitely auditory when it comes to trying to change my mood. I depend on music, audiobooks, and brainwaves. I am adding some of those songs to my list!!!

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