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if you could only listen to one song for the rest of your life...

if you could only listen to one song for the rest of your life...

if you could only listen to one song for the rest of your life what would it be? and why?

 

i think about this question allllll the time. mine would probably be 3 nights by Dominic Fike because it's super catchy & I've been listening to it since the day it came out & I still have yet to get tired of it LOL. its timeless imo

https://open.spotify.com/track/0uI7yAKUf52Cn7y3sYyjiX?si=BGT1OGDzQFyuAPykMe2uPw

 

anyways pls lmk im super-duper curious

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Hey, it's hard to pick, because there so much stuff out there that's gold and deserves to be that one lifetime listening pick. But if I were to pick one, I'd definitely go with Crew by Worn-tin. Don't know if you've heard it. If you haven't you definitely should. Crew makes you experience a different headspace altogether. Plus the transition in the later half of the song always gets me. Everything is pretty much on-point. I'm leaving a link for you to check it out. Give it a go, I'm definitely sure it'll grow you. I'm gonna check out yours too now. Cheers!

 

https://open.spotify.com/track/5ke6QxUNkKCLJuDPRdvJLv?si=16aQ_h5JSJ2qOqisYkL_jA

 

It's almost a 7 minute track. But TRUST ME lol

That’s a tough question, and a good one! After looking through my Spotify library I eventually chose this track, a live “Tweezer” by Phish from their concert in Nassau, NY on 2/28/2003. It’s my favorite version of “Tweezer” on Spotify; and the jamming evolves quite a lot over the course of this 27-minute track, such that I think that with each listen it’s possible to notice and appreciate different interactions between the instruments or different phases of the improvisations. For these reasons, this track would be my pick for a scenario in which I can only listen to one song for the rest of my life:

 

https://open.spotify.com/track/64zqQ6v2d3wJVVk5cfnV8z?si=GrDyRET4T2uMCULMy4QlCw

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