Song that makes me move, no matter how bad I feel?

Song that makes me move, no matter how bad I feel?
Sometimes we wake up very discouraged and simply do not feel like doing anything. Each person has a strategy to cheer up and I particularly enjoy listening to music. Some songs that simply make me excited are:

Anastacia - I'm Outta Love Haddaway - What Is Love Yves LaRock - Rise Up Bob Sinclar - World Hold On Major Leisure & DJ Snake - Lean On Alien Ant Farm - Smooth Criminal Foo Fighters - Best Of You The Cranberries - Zombie Numb - Linkin Park The Killers - Somebody Told Me Green Day: "Holiday"

And you, which Songs makes you move, no matter how bad you feel?

Comments

peachpurple
Bombastic, I love the Korean version where Park Bo Gum was seen dancing to the short Bombastic version in the trailer of Korean drama, Moonlight Drawn By the Clouds. It was funny, hip hop and made me jump up from my seat, dance along with him. You could see his video clips at Youtube.
Posted by peachpurple on 07-10-2017
Corzhens
Truly the so called Kpop music is popular worldwide that it is now the present phenomena in the music industry. Over here, Korean pop stars are being imitated and when the original Korean singers come over here you can expect a great adulation from the local fans. In fact, our tv is already saturated with Korean nationals from singers, comedians and even program hosts.
Posted by Corzhens on 10-27-2018
pioneerauthor
Yes, there are songs that make one move on no matter what the situation might be. Music plays a vital role in the lives of the people especially when one is going through some difficult and seriously-challenging situations. Music comes with a lot of inspirations and natural comfort. So, music can tailor and strengthen the minds towards success especially when accompanied with musical instruments.
Posted by pioneerauthor on 07-10-2017
hermessantos
And do you have any specific music that makes you excited? Share with us!
Posted by hermessantos on 07-11-2017
rose thornes
Better when I'm dancing by Meghan Trainor. This song from peanut movie. Better when I'm dancing make me feel better no matter what the situation is. It lighten up my mood. Maybe because of its fun and lively music.
Posted by rose thornes on 07-11-2017
hermessantos
This song is very well known. It really is very lively. Good choice :)
Posted by hermessantos on 07-11-2017
joegirl
Happy by Pharrell and Gangnam Style by PSY. No matter how I feel, these two songs just makes me so happy and groovy. Great rhythm, clean lyrics and a super dance beat. Even if you are not much of a dancer, these two songs are bound to make you nod your head or shake your body from side to side. Gangnam Style is the first video to hit over 1 billion views on YouTube.
Posted by joegirl on 07-11-2017
hermessantos
I like Happy by Pharrell. I find a very lively song and it sure goes into my list of songs that can get me excited. You have a good taste in music :)
Posted by hermessantos on 07-11-2017
joegirl
Thank you kindly:). Will be on the lookout for more of your topics..
Posted by joegirl on 07-11-2017
RosieCheeks
"Wake me up before you go-go" by Wham,"Waiting for Tonight", by JLo and almost all of Michael Jackson songs are most "danceable" for me. Whenever I hear them, I cannot help but move to the rhythm. It becomes really embarrassing in public! But what can I do?!)
Posted by RosieCheeks on 07-11-2017
hermessantos
Wake me up before you go-go is simply a great classic. I love this song. Thank you for sharing with us! :)
Posted by hermessantos on 07-11-2017
Xilkozuf
I'm mostly a musical lover and the movie songs are the ones I like the most. So if I have to pick some catchy and happy song from musical, the first that comes to mind - since it's the most recent - is "Another day of sun" the opening music from La La Land. So happy. Then, there are most of the songs in Hairspray, almost all of them are extremely catchy and happy. Thinking even more far in the years, I'll go with a couple of classic cult like The Time Warp (Rocky Horror Picture Show of course), and the always classic Singing in the rain (from... well, you know from which movie it came from).

But for songs by themselves, not musical, I can't think of too much. Blue Suede Shoes and some other Elvis songs are extremely effective in this case, so I would go with them. Otherwise.. I don't really know.
Posted by Xilkozuf on 07-11-2017
airfightermax
Lose yourself to dance by DP. A friend of mine was really intoxicated the first time he heard this song and asked the waitress why it was okay to play a song that was clearly asking "who just sucked the d***" I laughed so hard. This is my favorite song and will always be my favorite. Unless there's a better song out there I don't know yet :D
Posted by airfightermax on 07-11-2017
hermessantos
Daft Punk is one of my favorite bands of the moment and they know how to make good and very lively music. Lose Yourself to Dance is simply a masterpiece for those who want to cheer up :)
Posted by hermessantos on 07-11-2017
vinaya
The song that helps me no matter how I am feeling is Another Brick in the Wall. It is from Pink Floyd. This song describes the frustration of becoming a clog on the wheel. It tells we need to break the walls of traditional notions and societal norms. Another song that motivates me is Someone like you from Adele. Thsi song always touches my heart.
Posted by vinaya on 07-11-2017
hermessantos
Another Brick in the Wall and simply phenomenal. This song is a great rock classic. I particularly love this song. Good choice!
Posted by hermessantos on 07-11-2017
SimplyD
For me, Dear Future Husband by Meagan Young is one upbeat music that can make me dance even if I am in my office chair, typing like this on my laptop. When it was still the craze song, I uploaded it on my mobile phone and made it as one of my dance and exercise music. Now, I hear a new one, Descasito (as I hear it from the deejay) and it is a very nice upbeat song too, that can also make me dance even in my office chair.
Posted by SimplyD on 07-11-2017
hermessantos
I did not know this song. I just listened to it on youtube. Really she's very excited. Thanks for sharing this with us :)
Posted by hermessantos on 07-11-2017
Denis_P
Some of you are going to think this is a joke, but I'm actually completely serious when I say this. One of the songs that can instantly make me smile and turn my mood around is Conga by Gloria Estefan. Give me a cold beer or two, put on that song, and I'm instantly ready to go from sitting and pouting to moving my feet and hips to the rhythm. Being a white guy from Eastern Europe, I'm not exactly in the demographic for Latin Pop music, but that song is legendary to me. I always associate it with fun parties and good times.
Posted by Denis_P on 07-11-2017
centurion
Songs are motivational every time. Songs are the food of mind. When I feel bad I hear songs. I love DJ and classical songs every time. Some times fashion show musics are good for me. My favorite songs band are: The Corrs and on Bangladesh: that is LRB.

Thanks Centurion
Posted by centurion on 07-11-2017
galegatling
There are many songs which makes me grove whenever I hear them. One of them which I recently heard this morning was this song You Touch my Tralala/ding ding dong or something. I don't even know the song never heard of it before. But when I heard it this morning, I just felt my body grovin'. Hahahaha.
Posted by galegatling on 07-11-2017
lordrenly
No matter how people look down on modern pop music and dance music, I have to admit that they are catchy and they are good songs for dancing/party. I love to move to these popular songs and I believe a lot of people agree (or otherwise they won't be popular). Some of my favorite songs are: Get Lucky by Pharrel, Live it Up by Jennifer Lopez, On the Floor by Jennifer Lopez, Dark Horse by Katy Perry, This is What You Came For by Rihanna, Zillionaire by Flo Rida, etc.
Posted by lordrenly on 07-11-2017
hermessantos
I do not particularly like pop music today. But I have to admit that this style is very good for animated songs. So I confess that many current songs are great for a sad day.
Posted by hermessantos on 07-11-2017
reginafalange
Lately, there's a song that doesn't fail to make me move, it's Hard Times by Paramore, from their new record After Laughter, great lyrics, and a great beat. Even though the lyrics aren't super happy can help you to dance the sadness away as the band said. If you haven't heard it yet, check it out!
Posted by reginafalange on 07-11-2017
hermessantos
Paramore is also a great band. I really like them, especially the songs from the first album.
Posted by hermessantos on 07-11-2017
Neiltarquin
Cemetery Gates by Pantera, Happy by Mudvayne, Unravel OST of Tokyo Ghoul and Who Am I? by Casting Crowns. I like how it make me feel energized and make me sing along. It never fails.
Posted by Neiltarquin on 07-11-2017
Zyni
I don't have one distinct song in mind. There are several that can pick me up, all of different genres.

One style of music that makes me move is the blues. How can anyone sit still with blues playing? There's just something about the way this style of music makes me feel.
Posted by Zyni on 07-11-2017
hermessantos
Great taste! Thank you for sharing this with us!
Posted by hermessantos on 07-29-2017
JaiGuru
Cayman Review from Trey Anastatio's eponymous solo recording is that song for me. I grew up with a lot of old school funk music; Bootsy Collins, George Clinton, Stevie Wonder, you know the tunes. Trey's tune captures a lot of the syncopation and voicings of that old genre and infuses it with a healthy dose of Afro-Cubano rhythm that merges so artfully you'd think it was always done that way! Despite being a band heavy with a female background chorus, a full brass and woodwind section, as well as all the standard setup of a modern band, the songs on that album are snappy and lithe. Cayman Review is very much a product of that sonic mobility.
Posted by JaiGuru on 07-11-2017
hermessantos
Great taste! Thank you for sharing this with us!
Posted by hermessantos on 07-29-2017
Sue
Thr older disco song Funky Town gets me every time. Any disco music does that. That was a fun Era and a great time for dancing. I also like Cotton Eyed Joe..lol its a good way to get any party started. Happy is another one. There are just so many upbeat songs that instantly put you in a happy mood. It is hard not to be in a good mood when you hear a song that makes you want to smile and move.
Posted by Sue on 07-11-2017
olaryeankarh
Recently I've been all for Sia's songs. I could sing her songs all day! Also, Alessia Cara, Daft Punk, The Weeknd, Maroon 5 and a little bit of Justin Timberlake's new releases. Well, just about any good piece of music. I'm good to go!
Posted by olaryeankarh on 07-11-2017
hermessantos
Although I like little of the pop music genre, I particularly like some of the ones you mentioned. Sia, Daft Punk, Maroon 5 and Justin Timberlake's are excellent choices. Thank you for sharing this with us.
Posted by hermessantos on 07-13-2017
StolenKid
Ok this might sound silly but the song that makes me move even when I'm down and blue is One More Time by Daft Punk, I can't hear it without moving my body in some way, it cheers me up everytime.
Posted by StolenKid on 07-11-2017
hermessantos
Daft Punk is one of the current bands that I like. They really have great songs. Thank you for sharing this with us!
Posted by hermessantos on 07-13-2017
Westbay
The song that gives me this kind of feeling is Pride In The Name of love by U2 this is the most thrilling rock n roll song have heard in my entire life, I liked this song as a kid but I never knew who sang it I just heard the rhythm and it sounded so cool so as a grew older I paid attention to the lyrics and title and then recently at world music day a band performed it live at a concert I was I began jumping on it was just pure reflex that song is simply amazing I recommend this song to everyone on here.
Posted by Westbay on 07-12-2017
hermessantos
U2 really has very motivating songs. This band is certainly on my top list. Thank you for sharing this with us!
Posted by hermessantos on 07-13-2017
arachnophobik
Probably KoRn's Blind guitar riff on its proper live tone. The song is just so hard not to jump/headbang to. The whole flow and groove of the song are amazing, it's better when it's live than it is in recording really, you should check out their performance at Woodstock 99. Aside from that, most of the songs in Slipknot's Iowa album makes me want to jump and scream every time. It's a great workout song too if anybody wants to try it out lmao.
Posted by arachnophobik on 07-13-2017
hermessantos
Great taste! Thank you for sharing this with us!
Posted by hermessantos on 07-29-2017
sspi
I love Don't worry, Be happy :) It makes me feel happy and forget about worries, and it has such a nice tune that it makes you want to sing and dance along while getting in a happy mood!
Posted by sspi on 07-13-2017
hermessantos
This song is just phenomenal. Thank you for sharing this with us!
Posted by hermessantos on 07-13-2017
Laiportal
Well basically for me music keep me going. I listen to music almost every time. And the funny part is I don't listen to music to dance to, well I am not a good dancer. Although I could nod my head when listening to music generally. Despite this the music that could get me on my feet and make me move no matter what is afrobeat, any of Fela Kuti collection especially army arrangement. I know many of you probably don't know who Fela Kuti is, but try to check it out you will enjoy it.
Posted by Laiportal on 07-13-2017
jordanisiah
Can't stop the feeling - Justin Timberlake. Much more as well, especially the old ones. Also, most songs created by Michael Jackson. Let's not forget wannabe by the spice girls!
Posted by jordanisiah on 07-14-2017
hermessantos
Michael Jackson has many animated songs and sure enough also comes on my top list. Thank you for sharing this with us.
Posted by hermessantos on 07-14-2017
Anonymous
I don't think anyone can deny that when you sitting being all depressed or bored or even mellow, going onto your phone and going into music and searching "D" and Despacito comes up, we all just want to get up, sing along to the chorus and just have a good time and after that you just go into your Fast and The Furious album and then you know it is going to be a good day.

If you do not have the album or the song then you are doing something wrong ladies and gentleman.
Posted by Anonymous on 07-17-2017
Moaz
For me, it is a song that almost all of the internet surfers know, it is the amazing song Despacito and especially Justin Bieber's Remix, also Lean on, and Shape of you by Ed Sheeran.
Posted by Moaz on 07-21-2017
hermessantos
Great taste! Thank you for sharing this with us!
Posted by hermessantos on 07-29-2017
Vastor122
Despacito! Okay, I admit, the song was terrible but when it starts to play on the radio, I cant help but to sing and dance.
Posted by Vastor122 on 09-04-2017
narutos3nn1n
Oh, that got me thinking. There should be one really lively song that makes me move to groove whenever I listen and sing with it. Oh, I remembered Yeah from Usher! Mostly music of Hip Hop and R & B songs are what can move me the most as I prefer listening to these singers.
Posted by narutos3nn1n on 09-07-2017
joey98
Faithfully by Journey, no matter what state of mind I'm in,it uplift me to the clouds, this song has some magical musical crescendo, is it nostalgia, is it the soaring guitar solo or is it the vocal angle like voice, or is it just me.
Posted by joey98 on 10-21-2017
cmoneyspinner
I liked “Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me” (Elton John) and “Everybody Hurts” (REM) when I suffered from depression. They helped get me through the day. A really feel good song for me, however, is “Lovely Day” (Bill Withers).
Posted by cmoneyspinner on 11-30-2017
overcast
I listed to lot of EDM music. And so there are plenty of such songs that keep me moving and thinking. So that's another thing to consider for the relaxation. i'd say that there are some songs that are definitely good enough in many ways. I'd choose them when I have some bad mood or if I want to forget something. That's for sure I'd be doing as well. There are different ways to approach that part.
Posted by overcast on 12-08-2017
Corzhens
Let’s get loud never fails to make my feet move. Even when I am seated, whenever I would hear that song, my feet would move and sometimes stomp as if I wanted to dance. I remember one colleague when we were testing the audio card of a new computer, we were playing music and when that song started to play, my colleague started dancing while saying that he couldn’t control himself. We were all laughing with that antic. But they didn’t know that I felt the same.
Posted by Corzhens on 02-15-2018
babyright
The song by Micheal Jackson "lets care enough for the liviing" always make me to move in an emotional way especially about the less privilege ones, we should all try to help the needy no matter how small it is.
Posted by babyright on 06-08-2018
mosesoscar
Oh no! I'm searching real hard to know if there's any music that works magic on me, at all times, but it seems there's none. There've been songs that help me lighten up, songs that I found myself singing/playing constantly; but none can do that magic for me for a long time. I do not know why, but any song I listened to so often end up leaving disenchanted to it, so I take all the excitments in a song while they interest me, and within a short while I'm off to the next. So Will I by Hillsong was my best in the year 2016, and back in 2015 I was playing No Longer Slaves, By Jonathan and Melissa Helsa, like nobodies business. Oceans by Hillsong was it for me this 2018, and back in 2017, I was everywhere around You Made A Way by Travis Greene
Posted by mosesoscar on 12-01-2018
thejoyrevolution
It changes every time! I listen to all kind of song. Sometimes my pick me up songs are those of korean idol groups. I also like dance pop music. I don’t have a constant song that I listen and groove to.
Posted by thejoyrevolution on 12-08-2018