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Duplicate of What songs put you in the Vortex or at very least make you feel better? (Inward Quest Juke-Box)

The most important is to feel good. There are days which are tough and music/songs can change the way we feel. (That is how they make horror movies to be so terrifying....)

Would you like to share your list of Joyful Music? :)

asked 29 Aug '12, 02:21

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edited 29 Aug '12, 02:51

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Even though Barry Feels this is the same question, I don't and that is why I carefully picked an entirely different song for this question. These aren't just songs that are high energy but songs that induce the mood into peace, joy, love and happiness. That is a slim margin of songs but they are there. I feel this is a more delicate category.

(29 Aug '12, 03:08) Wade Casaldi

Yes, yes..... you are right. Cheerful songs and joyful songs are different. I don't know how to describe, the song you picked makes me feel uplifted spiritually.

I noticed the difference recently.... I get cheered up when I receive a gift or hear a cute song. But the joy I feel when I feel positive is so deep inside.

Not sure how I should change my question phrasing to reflect what I am asking exactly.

(29 Aug '12, 03:23) mskityin


(29 Aug '12, 10:02) Fairy Princess

I personally think both questions are the same and that it would be much better if we could stick to one complete list which already exists as pointed out by Dollar Bill below.

(29 Aug '12, 10:04) Pink Diamond

I agree that we should consolidate. :) Initially I couldn't find this question/thread.

(29 Aug '12, 20:48) mskityin
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The question has been closed for the following reason "Duplicate Question" by Barry Allen 29 Aug '12, 02:44

Alleluia/Pachelbel/Robert Gass

I used to have this as my awake up song on the computer set as my MP3 alarm clock song. It really lifts you up and makes you feel so good!

I'll put more as I think of them, these are not as easy as the songs that put me in the vortex. These are specific mood inducing songs that really lift the spirit.


answered 29 Aug '12, 02:50

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That is really beautiful. Great idea using it for your alarm, I think I will do the same, what a way to wake up! Shame this question has been closed as I agree with the above comments.

(29 Aug '12, 05:34) Vibrationsrus

@wade Casaldi - AWESOME!

(29 Aug '12, 08:31) Dollar Bill
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answered 29 Aug '12, 02:31

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@CanlonLan - I like it. Would be singing "If I beleived in Me . . . " Tha Big Me!

(29 Aug '12, 08:33) Dollar Bill
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