PLAYLIST GUIDES

Can You Create a Playlist of Songs That Give You Butterflies?

That feeling of butterflies in your stomach has happened to you.

Maybe it was during a first date, an exciting moment on the dance floor, or even as you’re preparing to give a speech!

Whatever the situation, there is some music that can help you feel those feelings all over again.

How to Make a Playlist That Gives You Butterflies?

Take a look at your current playlists and see which songs give you butterflies.

Choose one or two of these songs, and add them to your new playlist.

Listen to the song(s) over and over again until you feel those same feelings of joy and excitement that were there when you first heard it for the first time (or whatever your reaction was).

Repeat step three with other songs until you have added about ten or so songs to your playlist!

You can add more later if needed- but try not too many because too many could make it harder for yourself at first as well as others listening around them who may want their own private experience while listening rather than having someone else’s music played out loud around them

How to Create a Playlist That Gives You Butterflies?

Creating a playlist that gives you butterflies is easier than you think.

Whether it’s the music, the person you’re listening with, or even just your surroundings that make this happen, here are some tips to help create your own:

  • Start with your favorite song. The first step is to decide what kind of mood you want to set for yourself. Is it one of love? Joy? Excitement? Passion? Or something else entirely? Whatever feel fits best for this moment in time will be the starting point for all future songs added to your playlist!
  • Add songs that make YOU happy! Once we have our initial base selected (remember: don’t feel like every song needs to be about love), we can begin adding additional tracks that reflect our current state of mind and feelings at this moment in time—and those who inspire us most right now should definitely make an appearance too (whether they’re famous musicians or not).

The Best Songs to Put on Your Playlist If You Want Butterflies in Your Stomach

If you want to create a playlist of songs that give you butterflies in your stomach, here are some suggestions.

  1. “Butterfly” by Crazy Town (2000)

This song has been popular for over two decades, and it’s easy to see why.

The lyrics describe how the singer feels when he sees his love interest.

It’s sweet and simple but still manages to be catchy enough to get stuck in your head for days at a time.

2.“Stompin’ on Air” by The Heavy (2010)

This is another classic love song that will give everyone who hears it butterflies in their stomachs.

The soundscape is fun and upbeat while still being sentimental enough for anyone who loves romance novels or romantic comedies like Clueless or Pretty Woman—and even if they don’t!

Why Does Music Give You Butterflies?

Music is a form of communication, expression, and art.

It can make you feel happy or sad; excited or calm; powerful or weak.

When you listen to music that gets your heart beating faster and sends shivers down your spine—you know it’s good!

Music has the power to take us out of our heads and into our bodies, where we feel things instead of thinking them.

The vibrations from the sounds reach deep into your chest cavity and tell your lungs to breathe more deeply than they would otherwise have needed in order to receive oxygen at this rate.

It’s like inhaling through a straw versus breathing normally: both are getting air in but one takes less effort than the other on account of decreased resistance caused by smaller diameters between mouthpiece/straw opening and nostril holes which means less energy expended overall for each breath taken during those times when we’re listening closely enough for these effects occur naturally without any extra effort required on behalf ourselves.

What Happens When You Listen To Music That Gives You Butterflies?

Listening to music that gives you butterflies can trigger a number of different feelings.

The reward center in your brain responds to music, and it’s no coincidence that we feel so good when listening to our favorite songs.

On one hand, music can help you relax and ease stress, allowing you to focus on other things without having to worry about what’s going on around you.

On the other hand, music can be used as an effective tool for getting through tasks such as completing homework or chores at home—the distraction factor is strong here!

Finally, some people find that certain genres of music make them fall asleep more easily than others; if this sounds like something you might try out tonight (or right now), read on!

Is There Such a Thing as Too Much Music That Gives You Butterflies?

I think that there is no such thing as too much music that gives you butterflies.

Music is just an amazing way to relax and feel good, so why not give yourself the chance to make it your friend?

And when life gets hard, music can help us get through whatever we’re facing.

So, my answer is no—there’s no such thing as too much music that gives you butterflies!

In fact, here are some of my favorite songs that I listen to when I want to feel happy:

  • “What a Wonderful World” by Louis Armstrong – this song reminds me of how beautiful the world can be and makes me feel like anything is possible!

     

  • “All About That Bass” by Meghan Trainor – this song reminds me that there’s nothing wrong with being who you are and loving yourself for who you are!

What Are Your Favorite Songs That Give You Butterflies?

Do you have any favorite songs that give you butterflies?

Maybe they have a certain tempo, an instrument, or lyrics.

Maybe they’re upbeat and make you want to dance! Or maybe it’s the opposite: maybe your favorite songs are slow and evoke a feeling of calm.

Whatever makes these songs so special for you could be useful in helping create your own playlist of songs that give people butterflies.

Here are some things to think about when choosing your favorites:

  • What instruments are used? Are there any particular sounds that stand out? If so, what do those sounds mean to you personally (or anyone else)?

     

  • The tempo (how fast or slow) may also be important here. Does this particular song make sense as part of a playlist where other artists’ work has similar tempos?
  • Is there anything about the lyrics that stand out for one reason or another—a certain phrase perhaps?

Conclusion

What are your favorite songs that give you butterflies?

Let us know in the comments below!

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