week #7: top five songs

Here are the top five songs of for this upcoming week. These songs are kind of all over the place emotionally due to the post about exes earlier this week. These five songs were chosen carefully to tell a story of where I have come since August and where I am currently at in my life.

It starts off with the point where the relationship I was in started to deteriorate and I knew that our days together were numbered (track #1). After the trigger had been pulled, I spiraled down into a dark and treacherous hole, wondering if I could navigate this lightless life I now had (track #2). Thankfully, time heals all wounds. While I have days where I relapse, for the most part, I am whole and know exactly how I want to treat each relationship moving forward. *Note: do not focus on the verses, I chose this song for the chorus* I have made the decision that when I start a relationship, I will always give 100. I did not do this before and it is why the relationships ended. I am working on a post about this for the future but I will always try to do anything for my significant other (track #4). Finally, close this all out, I will give my all in a relationship and one day I will meet a woman who will bring me out of the dark and become the light of my life (track #5). Sidenote, please do not miss construe this as me saying I need to be in a relationship to be happy. I do not. I just prefer to experience life with a partner and I look forward to that in my future.

  1. Pick Up The Phone – Lupe Fiasco
  2. All Time Low – Jon Bellion
  3. Let Me Love You – SJUR (ft. Chris Crone)
  4. Anything You Want – HYDDE & MOONZz
  5. Say You Won’t Let Go – James Arthur

Click here to listen on Spotify. Hope you enjoy the listens!

Fun fact: the first concert that I ever attended was a Mötley Crüe concert.

week #6: top five songs

Every week, I challenge myself to discover new songs that illicit some sort of response from me. Whether it be emotional or physical, these are songs that engage and invigorate me from start to finish. Songs that I find myself leaving on repeat.

The top five songs for this week are:

  1. Miss You (piano) – Gabrielle Alpin
  2. False Alarm (Mohito Campfire Remix) – Matoma & Becky Hill
  3. Shine – Benjamin Francis Leftwich
  4. You Don’t Know Love – Olly Murs
  5. Final Song (Diplo & Jauz Remix) – MØ

Click here to listen on Spotify.