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Discover your next fave songs through the Divine Lyrics Twitter account

Sometimes a good beat can make a song truly pop. Different sounds can trigger happy memories while we even enjoy music we don’t understand the lyrics to. But most of the time, it’s the lyrics that tend to get stuck in our heads.

It’s the words to a song that people are most able to connect to which makes them love a song even more. Find new songs by reading some quality lyrics on Twitter thanks to the help of the Divine Lyrics From Spotify Twitter account which has dedicated itself to spreading the good word… of music lyrics.

Here are only a few samples of the linguistically magical lyrics that the Divine Lyrics From Spotify Twitter shares online.

Sometimes you need to take care of yourself first.


Your own company can be some of the best there is.


But it’s also important to remember that sometimes you are your own greatest enemy.


Similar to this is how the people closest to you can hurt you the most.


Another iconic lyric that Kendrick Lamar once said: “Sit down. Be humble.”


Don’t judge a book by its cover, you know my name not my story!


Life can get a little crazy sometimes, blink and you might miss it.


Though it can get a bit sweeter when you find somebody to go through all the craziness with.


Even if it does end up making you quite a big simp.


Be wary though of becoming a… sad simp (but luckily for you, there is still music for that exact feeling).


Songs are poetry put to music. You could even go so far as to say that with each album you listen to, it’s like you listened to an audiobook of someone’s poetry collection. This could mean that the last book you read isn’t a school-sanctioned one anymore. Happy reading and happy listening!


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