Blogmas: Curl up with me (Songs for Unproductiveness)

It’s one of those grey sunday afternoons. Not quite rainy, not quite sunny, just sort of cold and foggy. There’s a mountain of homework to do, a room to tidy up, a book to read… then there’s looking at the clouds through the window and eating peanuts and the cookies some lovely person brought to work for me yesterday, there’s staring at the ukulele and thinking of all the songs it is hiding underneath its strings, there’s pulling up the blanket, there’s the everpresent fear buried underneath a soft cloud of comfortable faith. There’s all the things that is a lazy sunday afternoon.

I love those afternoons, and I love having some good music in the background. Today I thought I’d share with you my favourite songs for lying on the carpet with a blanket thrown over and the head stuck in a bowl of chocolate hearts.

The Road to Home by Amy MacDonald

La Pluie by ZAZ

The One by Olly Murs

Into the West by Annie Lennox

You’re Beautiful by James Blunt

Song of the Lonely Mountain by Neil Finn

Running through Rivers by Carrie Hope Fletcher

Lost! by Coldplay

Pour la Vie by Patrick Bruël

The Spiritual by Jukebox the Ghost

The Fault in our Stars Song by Troye Sivan

O Come, O Come, Emmanuel by Enya

Dreaming of Bag End by Howard Shore

Ficus Benjamini by Reinhard Mey

Note to Self by Jake Bugg

Dreams Are More Precious by Enya

Things That Stop You Dreaming by Passenger

Safe and Sound by Taylor Swift

Carry You Home by James Blunt

Life in a Beautiful Light by Amy MacDonald

Love Story by Taylor Swift

Lady in Black by Uriah Heep

Happy Xmas (War is Over) by John Lennon

La Lune by ZAZ

The Way That We Were by Carrie Hope Fletcher

One Toy Soldier by Enya

büssi

Have a lovely afternoon!
Cheers!
xxx

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