Monday Playlist Meet me in the place where we both remember everything

Meet me in the place where we both remember everything – A Monday Playlist

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This Week’s Monday Playlist is Inspired by this Painting of Clementine from the Film Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and also inspired by memory, and the things we remember, and the things we choose to forget. At least that’s where it starts, and then the Music takes over and a Playlist takes shape until there are 30 Songs to fill up a Monday Playlist with.

Enjoy the Songs via the Links below, or by Pressing Play on the YouTube Playlist at the end of this Post. We hope this Playlist gets you not just through Monday, but the rest of the week, too.

Monday Playlist Meet me in the place where we both remember everything

MEET ME IN THE PLACE WHERE WE BOTH REMEMBER EVERYTHING – A MONDAY PLAYLIST

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“23” by Blonde Redhead
“Seasons of Your Day” by Mazzy Star
“Sign of the Times” by Harry Styles
“If You Go Away” by Neil Diamond
“Fake Plastic Trees” by Radiohead
“One of These Things First” by Nick Drake
“Fearless” by Pink Floyd
“Fire and Rain” by James Taylor
“Between the Bars” by Elliott Smith
“Keep Yourself Warm” by Frightened Rabbit
“Bloodbuzz Ohio” by The National
“Ashes to Ashes” by David Bowie
“I Think I’m In Love” by Spiritualized
“Los Angeles” by Phosphorescent
“Running to Stand Still” by Elbow
“Spring to Kingdom Come” by Flunk
“The Funeral” by Band Of Horses
“Running Away” by Richard Ashcroft
“A Case of You” by Joni Mitchell
“For What it’s Worth” by The Stranglers
“One Day” by Sharon Van Etten
“Pretty When You Cry” by Lana Del Rey
“Under the Milky Way” by The Church
“Bend to Squares” by Death Cab For Cutie
“When You Were Mine” by Lambchop
“Rain City” By Turin Brakes
“Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want” by Elefant
“Know Who You Are at Every Age” by Cocteau Twins
“The Only Thing Worth Fighting For” by Lera Lynn
“Honey + the Moon” by Joseph Arthur

Meet me in the place where we both remember everything

We hope you enjoy this Week’s Monday Playlist and that you come back again next Monday to fill up on 30 Songs to get you through the Week, Press Play, and Enjoy!

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