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Thanksgiving playlist: tune into these Turkey Day tracks

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Thanksgiving is approaching, and students are heading home for break. This is a time to reflect on what you’re thankful for and to relax, cook and spend time with family. Online classes and finals can cause a great deal of stress, so here is a playlist to wind down and enjoy the upcoming holiday season or listen on your way back home. 

Find the playlist here. 

“Cooking Up Something Good” by Mac DeMarco 

Cooking up some good Thanksgiving food and need a peaceful song to help you remain calm? Listen to this serene indie track by DeMarco. Mentioning his family in the lyrics makes this the perfect song to remind you why spending time with family is important during the holidays. 

“Coming Home” by Leon Bridges

Excited about coming home? Listen to this beautifully written song to feel peace about coming home after a heavy workload this semester. Whether your journey home is long or short, plug your phone in on the aux cord and listen to this song. 

“Broken Horse” by Freelance Whales

This song, although not well known, perfectly captures the transition from fall to winter. The line “We could make a blanket of coasts and breath our souls into the neighbor’s front lawn,” should remind you to cuddle up by a warm fire away from the cold winter air. 

“Fall In Philadelphia” by Hall & Oates 

Reflect on living in Philadelphia this semester as you make  your way home by listening to this classic by Hall & Oates. If you’re ever missing the beautiful city, this song will have the memories flooding back while you await your return to Hawk Hill.   

“Holy” by Justin Bieber ft. Chance The Rapper 

Express your gratitude this semester and get ready for Thanksgiving by listening to this song. In times like these, simple things like staying healthy and going home to eat a meal with your family cannot be taken for granted. After a rocky semester, we all can take some time to be thankful for the small things. 

“Homesick” by Catfish and The Bottlemen 

The first song from their album “Kathleen and the Other Three,” “Homesick” has an alternative rock vibe to it. This song will get you excited to go back home. The uplifting beat can get you and your family dancing while eating all your favorite foods.

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