Top 10 Songs of 2014

With the year coming to a close here are my favorite songs of 2014:

  1. I’m I Wrong- Nico & Vinz

While the song might not make sense to some people I think it has a nice beat to it and it was one of my favorite songs to listen to this summer.

  1. Chandelier- Sia

I have to admit that when I first listened to this song I couldn’t understand what she was saying. But with time (and I guess some radio brainwashing) I kind of dig it.

  1. Thinking Out Loud- Ed Sheeran

I was torn between picking 3 of his songs (Sing and Don’t included). This song in particular was a nice change of pace from his usual songs and I am sucker for a good ballad.

  1. Rather Be- Clean Bandit featuring Jess Glynne

Another upbeat song that I enjoyed this year.

  1. I’m Not the Only One- Sam Smith

This soulful and jazzy song is one of the best from Smith’s album.

  1. Blank Spaces- Taylor Swift

It almost pains me to add this to the list. Not sure if it’s the constant radio play or the simply the lyrics but Swift’s latest hit lands on my Top 10 list.

  1. Blame (featuring John Newman)- Calvin Harris

The lyrics of this song are catchy.

  1. Rude- Magic

I think this was the song of the summer.

  1. Stay With Me- Sam Smith

This was my favorite song of the year, that is until I first heard the next song on my list. Nevertheless, Sam Smith still became my favorite new artist of 2014.

  1. Take Me to Church-Hozier

I became instantly mesmerized upon first listening to this song. I’m addicted to this song as well as Work Song from the same artist.

What song(s) did I get wrong or I’m I missing?

*Here’s a link to my Top 10 Songs of 2013.

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A conservative who doesn't pander to the GOP.

5 responses to “Top 10 Songs of 2014”

  1. gardenaki says :

    I love all these songs! the song by Magic is my favorite!!

  2. JF Owen says :

    That’s an interesting mix. It’s probably a sign of the generational gap between you and me, but Taylor Swift is the only one of the group whose CDs I’ve bought. Which again underscores the generational gap. Your generation typically listens to MP3s. I listened to your entire list and liked them all! 🙂

    P.S. Please don’t tell anyone that I have all of Taylor Swift’s CDs. I have a reputation to live up to.

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