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Biking/Work Out Playlist

I may have mentioned a couple times this past summer, like every summer, that I’ve been biking a lot.  There’s a great bike path right down the street from me, so it’s great to blare the music and peddle my problems away.  Usually I create a playlist each year, and then add or remove songs throughout the year.

I created a Spotify Playlist of some of the music I listen to while biking/working out in case you’re looking for some new beats or a song to change up your playlist.

NOTE: There’s no particular order because I just hit “shuffle” before I start biking.


Here’s other songs that I usually listen to, but couldn’t find on Spotify:


I’m on the fence whether or not I like “Ghost” by Ella Henderson.  I’ve been listening to it on repeat today because I really like the moments when she sings the lyric “I keep going to the river to pray.”  I must admit that that is the only lyric I can clearly understand her sing, she seems to be rushing through the verses.  Regardless, I have this overwhelming desire during the chorus of the song to throw my hands up in the air and dance around.  I really like how she starts the first chorus singing the hook down the octave, and bringing it up later in the song.  It makes it infectious.

The more I listen to this song, the more I’m in awe of incredible her voice is.  She flawlessly moves through the octaves, and easily delivers a rather powerful performance.  So maybe I do really like it.