Dating a song
And if you are bold, the flirty lyrics of "Bouncin'" by Kiana Ledé's are probably just your speed: "Bounce, then, I'll take you to my house and / I'll show you all around it / Yeah, we could keep it bouncin.'" If you're about the casual dating life this summer, the lyrics can be literal and metaphorical.
Once summer ends, you can keep it bouncing on to your next hookup or school crush, and close the chapter on your summer fling. Joji sings: "If you’ve been waitin' for fallin' in love/ Babe, you don’t have to wait on me.
So let's play a familiar game: Which song is about which of Taylor's ex's?
Whatever the case, here is a soundtrack for a season of hot, dreamy romance.
Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes' "Señorita" is the kind of song where, after listening, you should probably get yourself an iced coffee or stand in front of the AC.
It's hard not to feel romanced."Paris in the Rain" is from Lauv's 2018 album — well, technically, playlist — is one of my favorite movies — I love sappy-a** movies.
The first time I watched it, I was like, ‘Yo, I’m gonna write a song inspired by this movie.’ And then the second time I watched the movie, that’s when I got the concept of how I was going to write it. Picture this: It's a beautiful, reckless summer in NYC and you heard your old crush is back in town. In "All the Time," Zara Larsson paints a picture of all the things she'd do to hers.