20 songs to help you relax

20 songs to help you relax

Everybody loves music. It is a universal language and a true healer. Research has shown that music stimulates children’s brains and may even help reduce depression. It is one of the very few activities that stimulate the entire brain.

Jimi Hendrix once said: “Music doesn’t lie. If there is something to be changed in this world, then it can only happen through music.” Let’s take a look at 20 songs to help you relax after a long day.

David Bowie – Blackstar
Alicia Keys – Un-thinkable
Sade – Bulletproof Soul
London Grammar – Hey Now
Norah Jones – Don’t Know Why
Al Green – I’m Still In Love With You
Maroon 5 – Sunday Morning
Van Morrison – Brown Eyed Girl
John Mayer – Free Fallin’ (Live at the Nokia Theater)
Postal Service – The District Sleeps Alone Tonight
Coldplay – Sparks
Drake – Karaoke
Janelle Monáe – Say You’ll Go
Paul Simon – Still Crazy After All These Years
Sara Bareilles – Basket Case
Fleetwood – Dreams
Bilal – Butterfly ft. Robert Glasper
D’Angelo – Really Love
Beck – Morning
Justin Bieber – Love Yourself

If you are on Spotify, we have done the work for you. You can listen to the playlist here.

Happy listening!

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