INTJ Playlist #10: Thought-Provoking
It’s April and this month’s theme is all about being fresh. So clear the cobwebs from your brain and let’s get thought-provoking with our music list this month. Scroll down or click here to get you mind whirring.
Shout, Tears for Fears
The song, Shout by Tears for Fears is one of their most recognizable hits, and considered one of the best songs from the year 1985. The song was written as a protest song in 1985. Republican Ronald Reagan was the U.S. president. In Britain, the home of the song’s writers, Roland Orzabal and Ian Stanley, Margaret Thatcher, known as the Iron Lady was Prime Minister. Much like current times, it was a period of upheaval, and no one knew what would happen in the future.
The Phoenix, Fall Out Boy
If creating change in the world (or you life) is your thing, then let this song get you revved up to make a remix out of life.
Eet, Regina Spektor
Eet, was a key on a typewriter that allowed you to go back and write over a previously typed letter. The thought of doing this in life is certainly thought-provoking.
How Does it Feel, Avril Lavigne
For INTJs, it’s sometimes difficult to empathize. Introverted feeling means that we have a difficult time accessing our feelings unless we have experienced a situation ourselves. This Avril Lavigne song is a reminder to consider the feelings of others.
Demons, Imagine Dragons
We all have our personal demons. This song gives you a safe place to examine and overcome.
Listen to full playlist below.