Watch the music video for “Born Free” here.
Watch the music video for “Cowboy” here.
Watch the music video for “Shut Up and Dance” here.
Furthermore, I was introduced to “Can’t Keep No Good Boy Down” via the show, which was known to have a decent selection of songs playing at the end credits. I’ve since forgotten where exactly the song first showed up in the series, but I distinctly remember it standing out to me after I finished season 7 and the bootleg disc—hey, I was in China—I watched it on immediately cut to the title menu where the song played. The mood of the song perfectly captured the ongoing drama unfolding in the show. Since then I’ve been hooked and added it to every one of my regular playlist.
Watch the music video for “Can’t Keep No Good Boy Down here.
“Wake Me Up” is one of those rare songs that makes me feel overwhelmingly positive and hopeful every time I hear it. Not only is the instrumental energetic and festive but the lyrics and soulful vocals from Aloe Blacc together help provide a great sense of optimism and fervor. Like “Walk the Moon”, “Wake Me Up” has served as a fantastic background song for one of my “Welcome to China” videos, which you can view on Youtube.
Watch the music video for “Wake Me Up" here.
What do you think of my list? Do you have any better songs that I should take a listen to? Well, let me know down below!