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News |  15 Mar 2017 17:44 |  By RnMTeam

Rock your mundane 'Wednesday' with these songs

MUMBAI: On a beautiful sunny day in Mumbai one comes to the realization that Wednesdays are always the most inspiring day of the week. We mean c'mon it's going to be Friday in a day. Getting back to music, it’s sometimes fun to be a music journalist because you are always around music. Shakespeare once said ‘If music is the food of love, play on.”

Well, what are you waiting for? brings to you the top ten songs for today to get into the Wednesday vibe.

1. At office? Feel like going out on a drive by the sea and just let it all out? Well too bad! Not happening! That’s not going to pay your bills but you can always listen to a song that grabs the pulse of how you feel right now. ‘Kya Karu’ from ‘Wake Up Sid’

2. Alright alright, picture this. You in your most comfortable shorts and flip flops, a pint beer and the best of your people all sitting around a bonfire. Would you listen to this?

3. If you are super rich, good-looking, have a mansion and a band (average Indian qualities) you probably do this all the time. Jokes apart one of our favourite songs that fit this mellow Wednesday vibe. ‘Yeh Tumhari Meri Baatein' from 'Rock On'

4. We may not be the dearest to life all the time but life sure is dear. A little bit of Wednesday gratitude people. ‘Tareefon Se’ from ‘Dear Zindagi’

5. Is there a good day to be inspired? Yes Wednesday! Here’s a little pump of adrenaline for you from ZNMD

6. I think we are just in the mood today for some feel good inspiring Bollywood tracks. This one’s a favourite from ‘Taare Zameen Par’

7. More adrenaline for you. Aaah!!!! Bhaag Bhaag!

8. You’re not going to be in office the whole day. Once you’re out, hit a club and flaunt some of those mean adaas!

9. Now it’s Wednesday. You’re at a club. You have had enough to drink. How criminal can you get after that? The boss Kareena Kapoor burning the floor with some criminal moves

10. And if you are lucky enough, you might just get yourself a 'Desi Girl.'