Afternoon Chill / Playlist

This is one of my favourite playlists; it’s great to just put on because it creates an atmosphere that doesn’t force you to do anything but appreciate the music.

1/ Fire and the flood (Vance Joy)

“And I’ll always feel you in my blood.”

2/ Beautiful Thing (Grace VanderWaal)

“We’re a beautiful thing together, even when the weather is low.”

3/ Good People (Jack Johnson)

“We got heaps and heaps of what we sow.”

4/ Rising Water (James Vincent McMorrow)

“Because you make me feel alive in spite of rising water.”

5/ Somebody to Love (The New Victorians cover of Queen)

“Can anybody find me somebody to love?”

6/ Roll up Your Sleeves (Meg Mac)

“So I’ll go and I’ll join the free, there’s people there, they’re just like me.”

7/ Out of the Woods (Taylor Swift)

“We were built to fall apart then fall back together.”

8/ Fidelity (Regina Spektor)

“Suppose I never ever met you, suppose we never fell in love.”

9/ Naïve (The Kooks)

“I’m not saying it was your fault although you could have done more.”

10/ Her Diamonds (Rob Thomas)

“I don’t know what I’m supposed to do but if she feels bad then I do too.”

11/ Grigio Girls (Lady Gaga)

“Pour your heart out, watch your blues turn gold.”

12/ Blame it On Me (George Ezra)

“What you waiting for?”

13/ Follow the Sun (Evermore)

“I want to see you a little brighter now.”

14/ 1,000 Ships (Rachel Platten)

“But I’ll be here waiting, I’ll always be the same.”

Enjoy your afternoons, campers

Sarah xx

By Sarah

My name is Sarah and I’m a twenty two year old who loves Jesus first and foremost, finds joy in the simple things, and appreciates a good metaphor and oxford comma.

I blog three times a week at

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