- Fast Car by Tracy Chapman: This has remained a favorite song for at least ten years.
- Why Do I* by Joe Purdy: Followed extremely closely by I'm Not What You Need, followed closely by I Just Can't Get it Right Today. I'm a huge Joe Purdy fan.
- Wagon Wheel by Old Crow Medicine Show: My happy-go-lucky song.
- Pistol by Dustin Kensrue: I'm somewhat certain that I'll marry the first boy who feels this way about me. I mean, granted I feel the same way of course.
- Has Anyone Ever Written Anything for You by Stevie Nicks: Followed very closely by Landslide, and then pretty much any other Stevie Nicks song. My mom got me into Stevie when I was approximately 4 months old.
- The Scientist by Coldplay: Every time I hear this song, I remember the lesson it helped me learn; I remember being wrong, hearing this song, and making things right. Sometimes it still brings tears to my eyes.
- How He Loves by The David Crowder* Band: So, so wonderful. Takes me away every single time.
- Vienna by Billy Joel: This is my everything-will-be-okay song. This last semester, when it seemed like I couldn't possibly do all the things that I absolutely had to do, I would put it on repeat and feel okay about things.
- Atlantic City by The Band: I owe this one to Tommy (and also Wagon Wheel.) It makes me want to run or dance or maybe both.
- Sons and Daughters by Jason Upton: "Do you know you're a word from Heaven?" Wow.
Thanks to YouTube and Playlist.com for giving me the links to make it happen. I'd suggest you guys give 'em a listen- they may change your life. And send some really awesome songs my way, too. You can do that via comment.
*Sadly, I couldn't find a link for this song on the Internet, but it is available on iTunes.