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Blitzed Out of My Mind
Shoegaze and dream pop, maaaaan. Missing Blue Balloons by All Natural Lemon and Lime Flavors and Starting Over by LSD and the Search for God...
18 0 Dogan
"And in that moment, I swear we were infinite."
A list of songs mentioned in one of my favorite books, "The Perks Of Being A Wallflower."
20 4 XNeverMind
Songs to End the Summer
Music to listen to when the nights start getting cooler, and the colours of the trees begin to change. Made in 2005, when I was 20.
20 6 Sincerity
Falling in love with someone who eventually tells you to get lost.
30 1 whoshat
90's & 00's Soft Songs
All kind of songs from all kind of guitar orientated bands with a soft and/or melancholy melody. Trying to avoid the most top40 and commerci...
17 2 FireFly65
Matters of the Heart
I made this one for a couple of friends I met at a summer program. I tried to capture feelings that I/we felt at the time. Dunno how succe...
14 1 gray96
Seismic Waves
Songs to make you shudder.
28 3 degsy101259
Songs that mention sleeplessness.
8 1 usedtobeme
I Like Candy
My friend gave me a box of candy for Christmas, so I made this mix to reciprocate. As such, it's mostly made up of rather sweet-sounding so...
12 1 gray96
Pretty Okay
Probably the weirdest mix that I've ever made for someone. I've known the recipient much longer than most of my friends, and yet I know her...
10 1 gray96
The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
All songs referenced in the novel "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" by Stephen Chbosky..
21 1 floatingswans
One Winter
From The Perks of Being a Wallflower
8 0 jennifersmith2
Your Final Setting Sun
Bright, shiny melodies, dark, brutal lyrics, why cannot everything be easy?
8 0 derekdavalos
Possible Songs for Writer's Craft
just for a project on lyrics
3 1 ohhsomeday
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