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12 Dec

Ok So I’m not particularly proud of some of the songs that get me going while working out.

I almost always listen to Pandora, going back and forth between 2 of their endurance/workout stations. These stations give me everything from pop to rap, and a bunch of stuff I had never heard before, but have for better or worse, come to crave while the endorphins are pumping.

Taylor Swift’s We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together. I have no idea why I love this song. The lyrics have absolutely no relevance to my life. It’s super annoying when she busts out talking in the middle like she’s on an episode of The Californians. “…this is, like, exHAUSTING. We are never getting back together…like, EVER.” I lose a little respect for myself every time this song comes on, but so help me – I love it.

Tonight, Tonight by Hot Chelle Rae. This cheesy song forces me to dance on the elliptical. I will not apologize for loving it, and I hope one day it loves me back.

Like a G6 by Far East Movement. It’s a proven fact that working out to this song will make you feel 35 times cooler than you actually are.

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Maroon 5’s Moves Like Jagger. This song was wildly popular when I first started working out last year so I would hear it constantly. Because of that, it instantly makes me feel like moving. That whistle part in the beginning. I just love it. Plus it has a fast thumping backbeat, which is always nice to keep pace during a workout.

Flo Rida – Good Feeling. I’m really sorry. The lyrics are not wholesome. I mostly like this one for the synth breakdown in the middle. I always wish that part was longer.

Anyway. So yeah, there you go.

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