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I definitely agree about the part where you talked about listening to random songs w/o the playlist. I also do the same thing everyday, since listening to music is my life on my way to work and when I'm going home. I noticed that I tend to scroll through the songs randomly and skip even those ones that sparked a boost on me the other day. I think the other external triggers around you at that time (i.e. smell, current emotion, visual objects) also contribute on why you don't feel the same boost anymore. Music is really a big pandora's box for me. It either gives me my super pill that psyches me up or gives me a pain at the back of my neck :) by the way, I enjoyed your article, I used to think that it's only me who thinks about this kind of psychology. Good day.
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