We picked out five songs to trigger your musical imagination

It would appear that our Monsoon Mood is now in full swing, and while we have covered how to look pretty and eat well during the ‘fifth season’ - we now turn our attention to music. No matter if the electricity has left you and the roads refuse to take you anywhere, the music will always lift you up. We picked out some music from across the world to put you in the mood.

Tak Bisakah by Peterpan

From 2005 Indonesia, the tune is a familiar one (because Bollywood stole it). The melody evokes a sense of nostalgia and romance. Do read the translated lyrics for extra heartbreak

Have You Ever Seen The Rain by Creedence Clearwater Revival

A rain time classic, not just for the name but mostly for the soothing melody. Play it and look out the window with a coffee mug in hand for the perfect TikTok or Insta Reel.

Pass Rehna by Vital Signs

No kind of mood playlist should ever be without a Vital Signs number. This one is for when you and bae are stuck away from each other during this season of love.

Shallow by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper

When you want to curl up and cry just a little bit. But not too much.It’s a great song to sing along too.

Enta Eih by Nancy Ajram

If you are particularly emotional during the monsoon season, then the Lebanese diva, Nancy Ajram is here to trigger those memories. Or you could indulge in the seriously good looking (but badly behaved) male eye candy in the video.

What are you listening to these days? Let us know in the comments below.

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