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    What Song(s) Elevate Your Mood?

    I suspect everyone has many go-to songs to help lighten the load.

    I thought of this because I just heard Petula Clark's Downtown and felt happier.


    What songs improve your mood?

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    chitty chitty bang bang theme, the one with the lyrics

    dont judge
    I feel like I'm in a dream. But it can't be a dream because there are no boy dancers!

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    Born This Way.

    It makes me want to shake my ass.

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    Too many to count! Waterloo by Abba always puts me in a good mood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by my little pony View Post
    chitty chitty bang bang theme, the one with the lyrics

    dont judge
    I'm not judging but I'd go with Truly Scrumptious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by my little pony View Post
    chitty chitty bang bang theme, the one with the lyrics

    dont judge


    This?


    Does = judgement?

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    Olivia Newton-John's "Have You Never Been Mellow"

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    that's it! you can't tell me you don't feel better already
    I feel like I'm in a dream. But it can't be a dream because there are no boy dancers!

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    Josh Groban's You Raise Me Up and Great Big Sea's Ordinary Day. Two of my very favourite songs.

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    The Colonel Bogey March. Almost anything I can whistle.

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    I love Petula Clark's Downtown (and so many other of her songs)!

    Lionel Richie's Dancing on the Ceiling
    Bryan Adams - Summer of '69, Run to You, There Will Never Be another Tonight
    Huey Lewis & the News - Do You Believe in Love?
    The cast recording of Spamalot - esp. for Always Look on the Bright Side of Life
    The Beatles - Yellow Submarine, Here Comes the Sun
    The Association - Windy

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    Love - ¡Que Vida! (despite, or perhaps because of, the inane lyric)
    The Fat Boys - One Billion Is Big ("One million's not even one percent of one billion! Wow!")
    Not a song, but "Synchronising" from Michael Nyman's "Water Dances" makes me think of a how a dog must feel on a car ride once it knows the destination is the nearest park.
    I can call the moon a pear, but it doesn't make it so. -- kwanfan1818

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    Quote Originally Posted by my little pony View Post
    chitty chitty bang bang theme, the one with the lyrics

    dont judge
    Never! Who can resist "Oh, chitty, you chitty, pretty chitty bang bang" and "our fine four-fendered friend"?

    Besides, my nominees would be "Sugar, Sugar," "I'm a Believer" and "Hot, Hot, Hot."

    How you FEELIN'? Hot, hot hot!
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    That's What Makes You Beautiful by One Direction (Nah-nah-na-na-na-na-na-ah, repeat, repeat, repeat again )

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    Chicken Dance
    Prosperity makes friends, adversity tries them. – Publilius Syrus

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    Most of carols, not the blue ones like It's Gonna Be a Cold Christmas.

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    Queen: Don't Stop Me Now!
    just my two cents...

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    Where You Lead - Carole King

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    Mmmbop.

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    Any of my favourite dancing songs -- too many to list, but "Walking on Sunshine," "Come Dancing," and "Footloose" are at the top.

    But listening to blues can do the trick too. That was part of the point of the blues in the first place -- hearing other peoples problems makes you feel better about your own.

    Or pretty much just listening to any good song, period. This morning "Both Sides Now" (the original) came on the radio because it's Joni Mitchell's 69th birthday, starting just as I pulled in to the office garage. I was a few minutes late for work because I had to stay in the car and listen. (Good excuse, right?)

    Or playing just about any music will do it too. I'm feeling a little big headachy and a lot tired ... but I know all that will change as soon as band practice starts tonight.

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