Adele’s best songs for every mood

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The release of her new single “Easy On Me” brought us back to our relationship (thank you, Adele). Lyrics like “I’m still a child/have no chance to feel the world around/have no time to choose what I choose to do/so relax”, she scrolls deep again.

But Adele’s catalog—she wrote or co-created most of her material—is full of songs that make you cry in wine.

Her 2015 single “When We Were Young” takes you on a journey of memory with your old friends.

Lyrics include “You look like a movie/You sound like a song/My God, which reminds me/When we were young.”

Don’t we all like to look back?

Because when you feel depressed

“Should I give up/or should I continue chasing the sidewalk?”

Adele perfectly summed up this feeling in her 2008 hit song “Chasing the Sidewalk”, that is, whether to continue along a path that seems to have nowhere to go.

When you are ready to move on

Adele showed us about it in her 2011 single “Turning Tables”.

“I can’t keep up with your turntable/under your thumb, I can’t breathe,” she sang.

When you finally realized “Did you know? I can’t do this anymore”, this is a perfect song.

When you feel neglected

Technically speaking, the song was not originally hers, but Adele made it her own.

Her 2008 cover of Bob Dylan’s “Make You Feel My Love” is one of her most touching songs of all time.

This is when you feel invisible, especially when you are seen by the one you love.

“I know you haven’t made up your mind yet/but I will never misunderstand you,” she whispered. “From the moment we met, I knew/no doubt, where do you belong.”

When you want to feel powerful

Which of us doesn’t want to tell someone “You would wish you had never seen me/rolling in the depths/tears would fall.”

Yes, yes, they are.

Knowing your value, people are the information in her 2011 hit song “Rolling in the Deep”, which won the Grammy Award for Best Record of the Year.

Because when you feel depressed

“Set Fire to The Rain”, let Adele sing your pain.

No further explanation is required.

Because when you feel like

“Rumour Has It” is a fierce, wild song, suitable for when you see and feel your absolute most important.

“But there are rumors that I am the one you are leaving her.”


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