If Colors Were Songs

The other day I was listening to a beautiful piece of music and I wondered if the song were a color, what shade would it be? Just as Schmidt in New Girl color-coded his wedding folder (“Chairs are color-coded under chartreuse, because it sounds like chair-truths. Salmon mongers are filed under fuchsia because I re-fuchsia to serve salmon at this wedding. The groomsmen tuxes are under magenta because ma-gentlemen will be wearing the dope tuxes“…and nope I didn’t need to look up that quote, it was all in memory), I started to categorize some of my favorite songs into their respective color folders. It was an interesting process because I wanted to make sure each song would accurately represent the shade listed, but sometimes I couldn’t get the selection correct. I decided to go with my gut and choose the songs that made me feel how each color did. What song do I listen to when I’m feeling sad? Happy? Reminiscent? Follow the color codes to their emotion/feeling and the song that will hit you right in the naʻau.

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Red (passionate)- Goodbye Love from RENT

Orange (youthful)- Stars and the Moon by Audra McDonald

Yellow (dreamy)- Moonlight Serenade by Glenn Miller Band

Green (romantic)- Godspeed by Frank Ocean

Blue (sad)- Just A Memory by ODEZSA and Regina Spektor

Violet (dark)- I Can Feel a Hot One by Manchester Orchestra

Pink (in love)- I’m Yours by The Green

Gray (disappointed)- Burn from Hamilton

Black (moody)- A Quiet Darkness by Houses

White (hopeful)- Snow by Sleeping at Last