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List the Songs that Transform Your Mood (Music Therapy) :: Part 2
 courtesy of Music Listography : Your Life In (Play)Lists
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The “Music Therapy” playlist I made earlier this week to go along with this Listography list has been delighting me so much, and “transforming my mood” during a very stressful week, that I decided to make a Part 2 (well, for that reason, and because the original list was much bigger, and those cut songs need to be played). So, self-indulgent as it may be, here is Part 2 of my Songs that Transform Your Mood (Music Therapy). I’d love to hear what some of yours are, if you’d share them with me in the comments.

1. Champagne Supernova :: Oasis

2. Son of a Preacher Man :: Dusty Springfield

3. Mockingbirds :: Grant Lee Buffalo

4. It’s a Shame About Ray :: The Lemonheads

5. Feelin’ Massachusetts :: The Juliana Hatfield Three

6. Ray Ray Rain :: Bettie Serveert

7. Strange Condition :: Pete Yorn

8. If I Had a Gun :: Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds

9. Malibu :: Hole

10. Mayonaise :: The Smashing Pumpkins

11. Where is my Mind? :: Pixies

12. Happy Together :: The Turtles

13. Nightswimming :: REM

14. Laid :: James

15. Blue Jeans :: Lana Del Rey

16. Never Quite Free :: The Mountain Goats

17. Northern Downpour :: Panic At The Disco

18. Text Me in the Morning :: Neon Trees

19. Hands Down (live) :: Dashboard Confessional w/Michael Stipe

20. You May Be Right :: Billy Joel

21. Summertime Rolls :: Jane’s Addiction

22. America :: Razorlight

23. If the Brakeman Turns My Way :: Bright Eyes

24. Mrs. Potter’s Lullaby :: Counting Crows

25. Roxy :: Concrete Blonde

26. My Body :: Young The Giant

27. Flaws :: Bastille

28. Harder to Breathe :: Maroon 5

29. Touch, Feel and Lose :: Ryan Adams

30. Heroes :: David Bowie

Listen to Part 2 here on Spotify

5 thoughts on “My Top Songs to Transform My Mood (Music Therapy) :: Part 2 :: MusicListography

      1. Sure do, and “Happy Together” is just always THE BEST I dunno why. I love when that comes on the radio, at rare times I’m actually flipping through stations. Also “Help” and “Last Train to Clarksville”.

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