I don’t know how you feel today . . .
But this playlist is filled with songs that feel cold. The melodies and/or lyrics have a certain lifeless air to them, but even in the “deadness” that they capture so well, they stir up feelings of wonderment about the crisp air, biting breeze, bright sky, and sparkling snow.
Even though I complained about the serious snowfall Avila experienced the other week, I have to admit that I’m grateful that God blessed me with a taste of winter chill. As much as I enjoy being warm and dry, there’s nothing like winter to help you appreciate the promised coming of spring.
I’m so sorry that my holiday playlist didn’t work out last month. It turns out that holiday music is much more heavily copyrighted than any other type of music. I could hardly put any of them into a playlist and have them play on the blog.
I’m having similar problems this month. I really need to find a new platform (besides YouTube) to use for sharing playlists. Boy, if it’s this hard to share music already, how much worse will it be with SOPA?
The best I can recommend is to play Chilly Winter Day on YouTube. So sorry!
- “Vanilla Twilight” by Owl City
- “Canvas” by Imogen Heap
- “Winter Winds” by Mumford and Sons
- “Missing You” by White River Music Company
- “Cold” by the Cure
- “River Shiver” by Pomplamoose
- “Wintertime Love” by The Doors
- “Frozen Lake” by Buffalo Tom
- “Snowblind” by Black Sabbath
- “Winter” by Tori Amos
- “Bare Trees” by Fleetwood Mac
- “Boy With a Coin” by Iron & Wine
- “Misty Mountains Cold” by The Hobbit Cast
- “Don’t Fear the Reaper” by Blue Oyster Cult
- “A Hazy Shade of Winter” by Simon and Garfunkel
- “Winterbells” by Ferry Halim
- “The Red Shoes” by Kate Bush
- “Doledrums” by The Chills
- “Winter Song” by Sara Bareilles and Ingrid Michaelson
- “Love Like Winter” by AFI