Which is the most popular Feel-Good song?


According to a survey that Huffington post wrote about, in Britain the most popular feel-good song belongs to a 70s hit from Queen. ‘Don’t Stop Me Now’ is a perfect example of the “feel-good formula” for music: fast tempo (roughly 150 beats per minute), major key and happy lyrics. Other feel-good songs cited by survey respondents included ABBA’s “Dancing Queen,” The Beach Boys’ “Good Vibrations” and Billy Joel’s “Uptown Girl.”  (I may add at this point that those are the songs that are played the last decades in pubs in UK and British bars in Greece throughout summer and everybody’s feeling happy singing along to the lyrics. I’ve been there, done that many times and surely works out fine for a crazy night.)

Enjoy it loud and FEEL GOOD!

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