INTJ Music Playlist #17 Thanksgiving Survival
The holidays are coming up fast. Soon enough, it will be a scramble to get the house cleaned, the menu planned, and the cooking done—if you haven’t already started. If you’re looking for a bit of calm in the midst all of the holiday craziness, we’ve got you covered with the November Playlist. The playlist doesn’t guarantee you’ll survive the holidays, but hopefully, it can be a start. Remember to practice self-care this holiday season, and to take the time your introvert soul needs to recharge.
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A Charlie Brown Christmas: Thanksgiving Theme – Vince Guaraldi Trio
Yes, it says Charlie Brown Christmas, but this is the Thanksgiving Theme from the 1973 movie, which got a digital remaster in 2012. In the Charlie Brown movie, Peppermint Patty invites herself to Charlie Brown’s house for Thanksgiving. Unfortunately, Charlie Brown doesn’t do a good job of putting together the meal, which angers Peppermint Patty. Eventually, Peppermint Patty realizes that she’s not being fair to Charlie Brown. The show ends with all of the friends being invited to Charlie Brown’s grandmother’s for a real Thanksgiving feast.
Ode To My Family – The Cranberries
This song is about wishing for a more simple time. Released in 1994, it’s the second single by the Irish Band from their album, No Need to Argue.
Macy’s Day Parade – Green Day
Macy’s Day Parade was released in 2000 on Green Day’s sixth album.
93 Million Miles – Jason Maraz
From the album, Love is a Four Letter Word, the song, from Mraz’ fourth studio album. Released in 2012, it was the second song released from the album.
Apples, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie – Jay & The Techniques
This 1968 R & B release reached #6 on the Billboard chart, proving that there’s something enticing about apples, peaches, AND pumpkin pie.
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