Science Says This Is The Best “Feel-Good” Song Ever. Who Are We To Argue?

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We all know that music causes all sorts of emotions, from joy to despair. Now, a British psychologist has determined that Queen’s 1970s hit “Don’t Stop Me Now” is the song that evokes the most positive emotions in people, aka the “best feel-good song” ever!
According to Dr. Jacob Jenji at the University of Groningen, “My analysis confirmed very nicely what we already knew from the literature: Songs written in a major key with fast tempo are best at inducing positive emotions.”
You can read more of his findings in this article, including two other toe tappers to brighten your day!

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