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I can do anything!
So does anyone have a Song or a specific Music Video that keeps you going or get's you motivated or calms you and makes you happy? One of mine is this AMV I found;

I love the show and the song gets me pumped so that was a good combo, so what about you guys? Anyone have a Song or Music video that just feels good to Listen or watch for them? and if so then feel free to comment the Song or Video.
When I'm really down, I listen to Paul Simon's Graceland. I try to avoid listening to it at other times so I don't get tired of it.

I usually listen to the whole album from start to finish, and I like every song on the album, but some of my favorites on it are:

Here's a good topic to revive! I'm in the mood to talk about music tonight. Though I should probably go to bed soon.

I recently created a new playlist that are solely "motivational" (okay, a few months ago now). They aren't all happy, but they all keep me going, and have gotten me through some very tough times. There is currently 147 songs on it.

And that doesn't include my "euphoria" playlist, which is all about awesome, euphoria inducing vocals. I've decided that my favourites are (usually) the kind that are both heart breaking and have soaring, awesome vocals. That way I get the benefits of both!

Personally, I've always found the music I listen to (country,, mostly, though of varied kinds) has helped me to express my emotions, sometimes even to myself! It has also provided the validation I didn't get anywhere else for a long time, and some much needed hope.

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