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Top 20 Dance Songs To Make You Feel Good (According To Billboard)

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The benefits of listening to music…oh where to begin. It can be used to fuel a workout, deal with anxiety, overcome heartache, and more. Why do you listen to music? Regardless of the reason, most would agree we listen because, simply, it makes us feel good.

By putting on a pair of headphones, going to a club or dancing amongst thousands at a festival, we’re transported to another world, a world where we can take a break from the noise and rigors of daily life and just get lost in music. Billboard recently compiled a list of its top 20 dance songs that will “make you feel good”. Take a listen!

https://www.facebook.com/Billboard/videos/1905768846336108/

Of the 20 songs chosen, two of them belong to Swedish House Mafia: Save the World and Don’t You Worry Child. Daft Punk also make multiple appearances, with One More Time and Get Lucky. Billboard takes us waaaaayyyyy down memory lane as well, selecting classics like Paul Oakenfold‘s Starry Eyed Surprise and Eric Prydz‘s Call On Me. Definitely NOT trance songs from these two trance legends.

There is a small amount of modern hits in the list and some you might be familiar with: Calvin Harris x Rihanna‘s We Found Love and Avicii‘s Levels…ring a bell? Even The Chainsmokers make an appearance, with Roses.

What dance song(s) make you feel good? Let us know in the comment section below!

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