Americans Have Spoken: These Are Their Favorite Good Vibes Lyrics
Americans say they vibe more with people who sprinkle positive lyrics from music during conversation.
A new study on “good vibes” language revealed that most Americans felt the strongest connection to positive colloquialisms such as “keep calm and carry on” as well as other phrases in various music genres.
Music trends the study uncovered:
- Kelly Clarkson’s “What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Stronger” is America’s favorite optimistic new music phrase.
- Bob Marley’s “Every little thing is gonna be alright” is the most popular optimistic classic phrase and the #1 most calming music phrase.
- Half of Americans feel more connected to people who quote positive music phrases in conversation.
- 51% of Americans crown Pop as the top genre for uplifting lyrics, not too far behind are rock, country, and indie.
- Gen Z’s favorite lyric is Drake’s “Started from the bottom now we’re here,” Millennials is “Hakuna Matata”, and both Gen X and Boomers choose “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.”
- Gen Z is in their positivity era, connecting most with the positive colloquialism “In my __ era,” likely inspired by Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour.
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