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September Playlist!


By now you may know, or maybe not, that  music is a huge part of my life. I can’t live without her basically. It is my great companion. Ask anyone who knows me. I’m always with my headphones on, which is great when you are kind of an anti-social person. Or rather an introvert.

So, what is all this rambling you might be wondering? Or maybe not since you’ve probably read the title… Well, I decided to start sharing with you guys what songs I’ve been listening during the month and if you like the idea I might make it a monthly thing, like a wrap-up or something. I’ll make a list of my 20 most listened songs. That way we can recommend each other music. Isn’t it great?

Enough talking and more listing… A warning: there might be different songs from the same band or singer and they aren’t in any particular order. Also, they don’t have to be new releases or anything.


 

Have you heard any of these songs? What is your favourite music genre? Do you read while listening to music? 

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