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Feeling down? Here's a playlist guaranteed to shift your mood from sullen to sunny.
Even in the best of times, we all have tough days. Often, self-medicating involves a dour emo ballad and a stiff drink. And sometimes, you just need an energetic shot of sunny bubblegum pop, a self-affirming banger or a head-bopping rock pick-me-up guaranteed to shift your mood skyward.
On this list you'll find blissed-out classics and newer hits perfectly calibrated to make you feel good as hell, all of which pair up nicely as a complement to the perfect summer songs or an antidote for a rainy day. Time to let a little sunshine into your queue. Listen to these songs on Amazon Music. Who better to lift you up than Prince?
Abandon your inhibitions, get a little crazy, and you'll be alright in no time. A pop rush so pure and addictive that it is actually on the ballot in nine states to be made illegal. Bill Withers' good-natured energy permeates his funk ode to the mood-altering power of finding your soulmate.
When you need a confidence boost alongside your mood boost, this tune is what you need.
Turn it up and take to heart the message about forging ahead past the doubters. Lizzo's hit song will have you feeling good about yourself, putting you in the mood to conquer the blues and the world. The flute plays a big part in all of that.
"you make me happy"
There never was a more convincing argument for tranquility than this one's exuberant "Every little thing's gonna be alright" refrain. JB and his band can hardly contain themselves, letting loose ecstatic screeches and strutting horns that pummel you in all the right places with infectious glee. So much more than the greatest wedding-reception song ever written — though it's also that — the Isley Brothers manic, soulful classic is a masterpiece of escalation, and a musical tribute to feeling so damn overjoyed all you can do is let out a primal scream This track brings everyone to the dance floor or your own private dance floor.
There's no denying the feels that burst forth when you're grooving like a 70s star.
Regardless of the actual weather situation, you'll be elatedly skipping out the door thanks to this tune's unwavering sunniness. Fantasy becomes blissful reality over euphoric doo-wop and a cheerful sensibility just this side of cheesy. Channel your inner Whitney with this upbeat, carefree tune that refuses to quit. You'll be transported to a pop paradise with 80s flare, and how can you not smile about that? Brian Wilson brings his theremin surfing and turns a trashy B-movie-soundtrack tool into an aural ray of sunshine.
When Freddie Mercury — Mr. Fahrenheit, if you want to get formal — is having a good time, it's best you don't try to interrupt it. Surrender to the infectious barrage of good vibes in this high-octane crowd-pleaser and you too will soon be floating around in ecstasy. Mystikal lays down gravelly, hyper and wondrously dirty verses over Ronson's perfectly captured throwback funk for a seriously adult party track. If the ascendant horns don't get you, hearing Stevie's refrain of "you can feel it all over" will. Johnny Nash's enraptured zydeco-soul hybrid injects images of blue skies and rainbows directly into your cerebral cortex, where they will linger for use on any rainy day.
The titular exhortation seems almost superfluous given the horn lines' uplifting, to-the-moon groove.
We'll have to settle for bringing on a good mood. The goodball bassline is one of the '80s most blissed-out riffs, and paired with Gordon Gano's nasally delivery this stoned-out classic is guaranteed to cause an involuntary strut. Worry about the stained sheets later. There's no way you don't feel great the moment Pharrell's buttery falsetto floats over the easily cantering beat into your grateful ears.
Jackson's primal screams and guttural hoots reveal themselves as the only meaningful way to express true love. There's no hidden meaning in this jaunty, sun-soaked ode to flying kites.
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It really is just a spectacular '60s era song about kites. And it will instantly transform even the most hardened cynic into daydreaming about a day at the beach.
Dance, dance, dance How can you not when listening to this tune? Justin Timberlake and the Trolls for whom the song was written are guaranteed to put a smile on your face. According to some one of the most annoying songs of all time as well, but relentless optimism has to count for something, right? Not sure what to cue up on your iPhone? Rest assured, we have you covered.
"you make me happy"
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