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On a lighter note.. do any of you lovely ladies have a song you can really relate to when you are wondering what is going on?

Maybe i can compile a menopause play list ..lol

robbie williams - feel

thats my go to song

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    Rollercoaster by the Jonas Brothers lol

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    Fun thread! Mine is "Ooh Child" - the MILCK version.

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    You say by Lauren Daigle

    Anxiety by Julia Michaels

    You need to calm down by Taylor swift

    😃

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    BEST idea ever!! Music is what makes me always feel better. I had a song i used to listen to when having a hard time with my son when he had colic and i thought I was gonna lose my mind! He is 21 years old now and i recently added add to my playlist. It is "Trust me this is love" by Amanda Marshall

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    1. FLASH! Aaaaaaahhhhhhh!

    2. Girl I Want to make you sweat - Ah la la la la long

    3. Does she flush up (to the tune of Alesha Dixon, "does he brush up"

    4. The Heat is On

    5. Katy Perry - cos you're hot then you're cold

    6. Feeling hot hot hot

    7. Gnarls Barkley - Crazy

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    'Waiting For The Day' George Michael .

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    Gypsy..Stevie Nicks calms me instantly

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    Thank you everyone..I haven't listened to any of the tracks other than taylor swift, crazy train by ozzy and gypsy. Will definitely listen to all the songs which are on here.

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