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5 Songs That Will Soothe Your Soul

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When you feel overworked, stressed or as if the universe is working against you, there is nothing better than to just lay down, relax and listen to music that soothes your mind. There are certain songs that work like medicine for your soul — they completely isolate you from the world and allow you to focus on absolutely nothing.

Here are a few songs that are like medicine for my mind and soul:

1. Beethoven’s “Moonlight Sonata”

Beethoven’s “Moonlight Sonata” is a beautiful classic that will bring peace to your soul. Something about the song puts you in a zone. It’s a great song to listen to when you’re writing in your journal, enjoying a cup of tea or just taking a stroll.

2. “Architect” by MYRNE 

This song is purely an instrumental that will make you feel like you’re floating in a different universe. It truly is a magical and beautiful song.

3. “Hearing” by Sleeping At Last 

This is another instrumental that is absolutely alluring. Each note captivates your soul completely, and there’s an indescribable feeling that overcomes your body when listening to this song.

4. “Sleep Walk” by Santo and Johnny

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrO9ovdJ5WA

This is the ultimate ’50s slow dance song that will fill your soul with butterflies and your mind with stars.

5. “Are You Lonesome Tonight” by Elvis Presley

This is a song that is medicine to the heart, soul and mind. Elvis Presley’s smooth vocals enthrall you to the greatest extent.

May these songs get you through your most stressful moments in life!

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