What are some old feel good songs

What A Wonderful World Louis Armstrong. Ribbon in the Sky Stevie Winder. The Greatest Show Panic!

Hey Ya OutKast. Turn it up and take to heart the message about forging ahead past the doubters. On Top Of The World Carpenters.

Looking for more feel-good hits? Joy To The World Three Dog Night.

It never does, and every time you hear it you'll be able to shake off that funk and get happy. Tightrope by Janelle Mone When you need a confidence boost alongside your mood boost, this tune is what you need. Bang On The Drum Todd Rundgren. Firework Katy Perry.

Released in 1964, the stand the test of time. I Got You Babe Sonny and Cher. We'll have to settle for bringing on a good mood.

(You'll like them even if you're already feeling good, too.) 1 "Positive Vibrations" by Bob Marley.

Amy Winehouse Among a bazillion covers of this song, Mark Ronson's version with Amy Winehouse is at the top. Good Vibrations by The Beach Boys Brian Wilson brings his theremin surfing and turns a trashy B-movie-soundtrack tool into an aural ray of sunshine. Nothings Gonna Stop Us Now Starship. Plus, lyrics like, We all got our stories, but please tell me what there is to complain about?

Who Says Selena Gomez. Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go Wham!

Crazy by, prince, this thing called life can leave you down in the dumps. What Makes You Beautiful One Direction. Pon De Replay Rihanna. Good as Hell by Lizzo Lizzo's hit song will have you feeling good about yourself, putting you in the mood to conquer the blues and the world.

Abandon your inhibitions, get a little crazy, and you'll be alright in no time. Bubbly Colbie Caillat. Feel Right by Mark Ronson.

Young Folks Peter Bjorn and John. Lovely Day Bill Withers. Saturday Night At The Movies Drifters.