Music is a mood-changing substance. Metal can make you angry. Hip-hop can make you brag. And Christmas music can make you feel as warm and blurry as a Santa sweater. But there are also emotions that are cross-genre: the sad bastard separation ballads, the protest song "Anger against the machine", the relaxing jam and – for the purpose of this special playlist – the powerful, uplifting ditty
This collection of the 50 happiest Songs of all time are guaranteed to put a broad, silly grin on your face – or at least melt a bad mood. And if you are sure that one of your favorites did not manage the cut, then you really need this playlist.
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"Feel good" by Nina Simone
From Ninas 1965 I enchanted you, this slowly built up song feels like a wave. With dolphins popping out. At sunset. With a rainbow. And puppies.
Sleep in peace when the day is over, I mean.
"Bowtie" (Feat. Sleepy Brown & Jazze Pha)
The fourth track in front of the Big Boi Half of Speakerboxxx / The Love Below is a stomping and clapping through the Empowerment to feel extra flying.
Throw your hands up when you feel me! Throw your hands up when you feel me!
“Mixed Bizness” by Beck
As usual with Beck, this madness from 1999, which contains references to the Baltic Sea, makes no sense. and champagne on honeybees.
All right // turn it up now
"Island in the Sun" by Weezer
Rivers Cuomo raves about a sunny vacation over a lax and lazy guitar, the "hip hips", until it is shot through with a static charge.
We will never feel bad again
"Lovely Day" by Bill Withers
The legend sings as if he was smiling all the time. If you don't grin at 4:14, you must have a hard time .
Then I look at you // And the world is fine with me
"1st of Tha Month" by Bone Thugs-N-Harmony
Krayzie, Layzie and Bizzy, Rattatat-Rap about cash on their second studio album E. 1999 Eternal which was released in 1995 and contains the downer "The Crossroads".
Wakin & # 39; up Feelin & # 39; early morning, Stretchin & # 39;
7  "Don & # 39; t Stop Me Now" by Queen
Someone once said that this is the song that tied in a bow on Tony Romo's head is played.
I feel alive and I will turn the world upside down.
"Glad Girls" by Guided by Voices
Robert Pollard seems to have as much fun as possible This 2001 track from the productive indie wonders.
In the light that goes through me
“Get Up Off That Thing” by James Brown
The grand master of radio goes wild for four minutes of gossip-gossip-gossip- Encouragement.
Get up from this thing // And try to release this pressure
"Touch the Sky" by Kanye West
The old Kanye and Lupe Fiasco flies especially over a sample from Curtis Mayfield, who is full of horny madness.
Pessimists, I don't speak to them
"Crushin & # 39; It" by Brad Paisley
It was a long week. You need a beer. Or three. Brad gets it.
Every week has a weekend
“Hang Loose” by Alabama Shakes
Brittany Howard's call for action to take a number of actions is based on nothing.
We'll be fine
"Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35" by Bob Dylan
The lyrics are in need of interpretation, but there is an uplifting power of compassion in this opener for the icon blond on blond .
Well, they will stone you if you try to be so good
"Blue Sky" The Allman Brothers
From the 1972s Eat a Peach this classic rock song takes you through a summer day regardless of the season.
It is my blue sky, you are my sunny day.
"Green Grass" by Tanlines
The chugging beat of this indie jam feels like a road trip with the windows down to somewhere where there is not much to do.
Green grass sky so blue
"Feel so good" by Ma $ e
Repeating the energy of his collaboration with Puff & # 39; s on "Mo. Money Mo Problems, ”Ma $ e boasts and brags about after a horn intro trumps him.
Well, I personally, it is not personal // I do something for you, you do something for you  17
"One More Time" by Daft Punk
This 2001 track off Discovery worked into modern wedding playlists for a reason: It's more than five minutes of pure joy.  I felt the need through music
“Otter Pop” (Feat. Hollis) by Shawn Wasabi
A bizarre beatmaker makes himself particularly cool with the singer of the Swiss Army and the two Day together.
Melting the bad mood with my ultraviolet eyesight
"Because I am me" by The Avalanches
The kings of the relapse samples glitter this track filled with audio sunshine in 2016.
To improve love, let the wings spread
Show Up (Until You Can't) ”by Lil B
Name The BasedGod a meme if you want but this does not discredit the loot that shakes the loot of this track supported by Black Ken.
Let's go down with the top // turn the music up really loud
“Ele” by Debo Band
They are an Ethiopian funk pop band based in Boston. And they are fuuuuuuuuuun.
"Kodachrome" by Paul Simon
"You can call me Al" gets all the happiness, but some of it should be good for this start from 1973 to . There goes Rhymin & # 39; Simon.
Makes you think the whole world is a sunny day, oh yeah
"Punk Rock Girl" by The Dead Milkmen
your 1988 album Beelzebubba contained this little song about slam dance, iced tea, anarchy and unbridled youth.
The waitress said, "Well, no, we just iced it over." // So we jumped on the table and shouted anarchy
"Casual Party" by Band of Horses
Although known for their downer "The Funeral" and "Nobody will love you", this indie Quintet 2016 the Why Are You OK with an ironic pump-up jam.
Here are some brand new friends to get you started
25  "(Nothing But) Flowers" by Talking Heads
Bongos. Shaker. A guitar line that sounds like Pina Coladas by the pool. The gentle sounds of David Byrne smiling at birds in the trees. You got it.
This was a Pizza Hut // Now everything is covered with daisies
“Summer” by Croquet Club
There is something about this synth-laden 2016 song that conjures up fleeting ones Sunsets that turn into long, late nights.
I just want to make it shine.
"Seaside Bar Song" by Bruce Springsteen
In order to maintain the summer mood, The Boss and his E-Street Band are going full throttle for 3:30 cruises.
Get on your bikes and roll, roll, roll, roll, roll, roll, roll
"All the Way Live" by The Go! Team
Throwback-B-Boy / B-Girl-Raps on a backing track for brass bands that crashes and explodes without interruption.
When the music is all together // And you know there is no better one
"Luckiest Man" by King Khan and the Shrines
A shaky guitar line, supported by one Shaker, about a shakedown. It will make you tremble.
Have a ring in my pocket // Will be the luckiest man ever to be
"Love Explosion" by Donnell Pitman
No, yes really. That is the title. And the rest are just as great.
It's an explosion of love and it's really hot.
“Tropical Heat” by Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band
Because there is nothing comparable to the sound of steel drums to soften the edges of your mood.
"Satisfy My Soul" by Bob Marley & The Wailers
The grand master of simple life fills this 1978 love song with his smile.
I am internally happy all the time
"Get on Your Feet" by Gloria Estefan
Mock everything you want on this 1989 pure pop dance track, but her I know it's a guilty pleasure that is guaranteed to make you feel a little better.
You have to keep looking at tomorrow // There is so much in life // This is for you
“Love to Madly” by Cake
From drum beating to horns on the seeming cadence of the texts that appear to be Russian – this 2001 sun ball has healing properties.
I don't want to think back to what I know I should have done.
"The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song" by The Flaming Lips
This track from 2006 has it all: clapping hands, clinking guitar and the namesake "yeah" are repeated until you sign and jump.
Ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya
Ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya
Ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya
Ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya ya
"Dandelion Time" by Daniel Norgren
This sounds as if it was shot high in the hills with a drunken hootenanny. That means: it's time for paaaaarty.
Toot this flute!
"Egg Man" by Beastie Boys
"Fight for Your Right" is fine and everything – except this song was written to make fun of this kind of fun. This song about the boys passing eggs is the real stuff.
Saw the convertible drive past // I uploaded the slingshot, let one fly
38  "All You Can Eat" by Shonen Knife
The Japanese trio that loves it about pop songs Signing food sings about buffets for three minutes.
It's like a dream, fill up with food // Chocolate marshmallow on a fork
“Tacos Taco Tacos” by Peelander-Z
The Japanese quintet that likes Signed punk songs about food, sings about tacos for a minute.
“Friday Night Fish Fry” by Mel Waits
It's the smooooooothest way to your week.
Because you like to party, visit
"Enjoy the Ride" by Morcheeba
a super relaxed ease of a song about being happy where you are.
Feel the joy of being alive // The day you stop running // Is the day you arrive
“Light & Day / Reach for the Sonne ”by The Polyphonic Spree
The massive cult slash indie rock group sings the praise of a new beginning in the now iconic hit.
Just follow the day // Follow the day and reach for the sun!
"My Girls" by Animal Collective
All blips, bounces and pops a song that is really about settling down and being completely in agreement with it.
I Just Want // Four Walls and Adobe Bricks // For My Girls
“No Matter Where We Go” by Whitney
With so many classic rock vibes that you might think you're listening to an oldies station, this 2016 song feels really warm and blurry.
I want to drive around with you The windows have been opened.
“Nest” by Young Fathers
This strange Scottish band weaves clapping hands, a children's choir and a chorus earwig into a cheerful tapestry.
Pushing through the storm // All I have is my health.
"Santeria" by Sublime
You hear skateboards and hot plasters and cheap beer for all three minutes.
It's love that I need
“Good As New” by Vacationer
This song only sounds like rejuvenation. A hip-hop beat, sampled strings and a damn catchy chorus will make you feel new when you listen.
Yes, I have a good one who lifts me up when I & # 39; m down
"Levitating" by Dua Lipa
As soon as this funky bass line begins, we dare you not to break a smile. This could be the feel-good anthem that is urgently needed in 2020.
We can go anywhere, so we do it now or never
"Under a Rock" by Waxahatchee
Katie Crutchfield's scorching, blurry rocker is succinct. But 2 minutes and 8 seconds are all the singer-songwriter born in Alabama needs to pack a punch – and bring a shot of dopamine right into your skull.
They'll beat it like a drum
"Happy & Free" by Dean Wareham
Because it sounds like you are fading into the sunset with a smile on your face.
Happy and free for a while