Music is one of the greatest creations that human beings have ever come across. It has the power to change our lives, to make us feel joy, to make us cry. It makes us feel less alone when we are lonely, makes us feel full when we’re empty and reminds us of the beauty that human beings are capable of creating.
Music of all forms is an expression of the best part of us. It is art given shape and at this point, there is more of it than perhaps, ever before. Truly, musical diversity is great in the modern age, with hundreds of different genres and sub-genres, and thousands of artists and musicians.
However, despite this, we still struggle to find the perfect song for many occasions. When we’re feeling down, there’s a certain mood, a certain type of music we want, yet we can’t seem to figure out what it is. When we want to dance, or go for a run, the search for the perfect song ends up delaying us significantly.
So, to prevent you from that struggle for times to come, Baaghi.tv has made a list with the perfect songs for every mood. Enjoy!
When You’re Sad:
- Someone To Stay by Vancouver Sleep Clinic
- Chasing Cars by Snow Patrol
- To Build A Home by The Cinematic Orchestra
- Kettering byThe Antlers
- Homegrown by haux
Now, this is a relatively obscure bunch. A mix of indie and soft rock, these songs are emotive, sensitive and low pitched. Their lyrics are sad, relatable and maybe a little depressing. They’re a bittersweet bunch, and if you need a good cry to help you heal, they’re pretty perfect but honestly, you might just get lost in their beautiful composition and lose track of your own problems.
When You’re Angry:
- Till I Collapse – Eminem
- Natural – Imagine Dragons
- Irresistible – Fall Out Boy
- Novocaine – Panic! At the Disco
- No Answers – Amber Run
These songs may not be death metal, but you’ll find they’ll either soothe your rage, or help you get pumped up till you feel like you’re good. They’re a little wacky, with loud instrumentals and varying voices, but these songs are pretty awesome. Go ahead and check them out. Chances are you’ll love them so much you’ll listen to them even when you’re not angry.
When You’re In the Mood To Sing Along:
- Set Fire To the Rain – Adele
- Ain’t Your Mama – Jennifer Lopez
- Focus – Arianna Grande
- Halo – Beyoncé
- Symphony – Clean Bandit
They’re catchy and full of emotion. Whether you’re just bored or in a great mood, singing along to music is always fun. Doesn’t matter if it sounds like nails against a blackboard, just enjoy yourself. These songs are impactful, with relatively easy to pronounce lyrics and simple enough tunes. So, even if you can’t bring yourself to sing along just yet, humming is definitely an option.
When You’re Happy:
- Livewire – Oh Wonder
- Paradise – Coldplay
- Toothbrush – DNCE
- Bibia Be Ye – Ed Sheeran
- My House – Flo Rida
A diverse bunch, aren’t they? You’ve got club music, pop, alternative rock and indie too. What can we say? Happiness has many varieties. But there’s one thing these songs have in common. They’ll cheer you up, and if you’re already doing well, they’ll amp you up more. You might sing along, you might not, but you won’t forget these songs.
When You’re Thoughtful:
- Mars – Sleeping at Last
- You Found Me – The Fray
- Bad Karma – Axel Thesleff
- From Eden – Hozier
- Strong – London Grammar
When You Want To Work:
- Connection – OneRepublic
- Stereo Hearts – Gym Class Heros
- Daylight – Maroon 5
- Thrift Shop – Macklemore
- Light it Up – Major Lazer
Didn’t think the perfect workout playlist existed? You don’t need to work, it does. Better yet, we’ve put it right in front of you. Up-beat positive songs, with easy lyrics and fun tunes to keep you focused during you exercise. At the same time, these songs are pretty amazing, so if you’re a contemplative one, mix this with our ‘When You’re Thoughtful’ playlist to get the perfect collection.
Ever wanted that perfect soundtrack to your deep thoughts? Well, here it is. These songs are soft and rhythmic, with varying musical styles. They’re perfect for when you’re traveling, or even up late. If you’re daydreaming, these work pretty well. Chances are, even if you’re not in a contemplative mood, they’ll put you in one with their complex lyrics and tunes.
So there you have it, the ultimate groups of songs as per your varying moods. Just go ahead and listen to any one. We’re sure you’ll want to come back and listen to the rest.