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Fun Happy Songs That Will Instantly Put a Spring in Your Step and Snap You Out of a Bad Mood!

Upbeat music is as good as coffee, even better since it comes minus the caffeine punch! What’s not to like about fast, rhythmic, quintessentially happy music? It helps you beat the blues and power through a day that stretches long before you.

Distressed souls can seek solace in happy tunes and forget about their present, past, or future problems for that moment.

Try listening to a few of these happy tunes here, and we bet you won’t be able to stop yourself from breaking into a jig or start mouthing the lyrics with gusto. Here’s the ultimate playlist for you to dig in.

Happy

This infectious song from the Despicable Me soundtrack has made people happy since it was released in 2013! The writer, producer, and singer Pharrell Williams gave this song a new identity with his falsetto voice, ala Curtis Mayfield.

No wonder it was the best-selling song of 2014 in the US. Beware, for you may start grooving to its rhythmic tune right in the middle of the road. Yes, the tune is that jaunty and fun! The perfect, head-bobbing, foot-tapping, and hands clapping kind of song.

Crazy Rhythm

This song has been recorded 150 times, and everyone loves this song from Stan Getz. The meaningful lyrics talk about taking a new road, which speaks about an upbeat topic and keeps your hopes afloat no matter what.

Even if the song’s name seems alien to you, the tune may not as it has been part of many popular shows and plays. This tune deserves all the popularity awards because of its infectious pep.

I Got Rhythm

Jazz enjoys a reputation for being soulful. However, it may also turn out to be a bright spot on a gray day. This song has been a favorite of most jazz greats over the years.

One of our favorites turns out to be the Louis Armstrong version of the song, which went onto enjoy its place under the sun in 1932. Turn it on on the days you feel nothing is working for you and everything is going wrong. Happiness is also synonymous with hope, so on days when you feel down, chin up and listen to this song.

I Gotta Feeling

If you need that fresh dose of energy, then this is the song to listen to. You may be at home doing nothing. This song can probably turn you into a dancing diva or Elvis Presley.

Add this fast-paced dance-pop tune, including futuristic synthesizers, electronic influences, and an infectious and peppy rhythm.

The song starts slow and suddenly turns into a proper dance number with vibrating beats. It is a composition of The Black Eyed Peas, teaming with French producers David Guetta and Fred Rister. It is certainly the happiness tune we all need to sing!

Don’t Worry, Be Happy.

The groovy 1988 Cappella song went on to secure number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. McFerrin sought inspiration from the simplicity of inspirational cards and posters of the ‘60s that he saw in San Francisco.

This can even be the theme song of the current pandemic since it teaches us all the right things. Quit worrying and stay happy. Well, that is the happiness mantra of this song. This should be your go-to outlook when things are not going your way.

Shake It Off

Taylor Swift, the popular American singer-songwriter, gave her fans this happiness tune in 2014. It is a great departure from Swift’s earlier country pop music style. It is reflective of her own life and how she dabbles with intense criticism that comes with fame.

She gave an interview to Rolling Stone, stating that her life has been anything but easy. Everything she has set out to do has been put under the scanner. Critics have also been questioning some of her decisions, and it has been a cause of much distress to her.

So, her way of dealing with all these punches has been to shake them off, or should we say ‘shake it off.’ Many of her fans will resonate with the underlying thought of the song. Yes, trials, troubles, and problems will never stop following you. However, you can deal with it with a positive bent of mind, as Taylor shows the way.

Let us know which of these tunes are your best bet to drive away any blues?

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