music monday│songs that remind me of witches

For this months Music Monday, I decided to go with a spooky theme: specifically, songs that remind me of witches. I have at least 10 WIPs, and one of them is based around witches, so I actually have a whole playlist for that specific story that I’ve cultivated just because the songs give me major witchy vibes.

[This is the link to the playlist as a whole!]

 

1. Dreams [Live] by Fleetwood Mac

Now here I go again, I see the crystal visions
I keep my visions to myself, it’s only me
Who wants to wrap around your dreams and,
Have you any dreams you’d like to sell?

 

2. Third Eye by Florence and the Machine

Hey, look up
You don’t have to be a ghost
Hidden amongst the living
You are flesh and blood
And you deserve to be loved

 

3. I Put a Spell on You by Annie Lennox

I put a spell on you
Because you’re mine
You better stop the things you do
I tell ya I ain’t lyin’
I ain’t lyin’

4. Sky Full of Song by Florence and the Machine

Be careful my darling
Be careful of what it takes
What I’ve seen so far
The good ones always seems to break

5. House of the Rising Song Cover by Lauren O’Connell

There is a house in New Orleans
They call the rising sun
And it’s been the ruin of many a poor girls
And god, I know I’m one

 

6. Greek Tragedy by The Wombats

The tarot cards say it’s not so bad
And the blades rotate there’s just no landing pad

 

The playlist is a lot longer, but these six just always remind me of witches, especially the ones in my WIP. Are there any songs that remind you of specific spooky things? Anyone else love these songs?

Thank you for reading!

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