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Top 10 Best Ed Sheeran Songs for your Playlist

Top 10 Ed Sheeran Songs

Ed Sheeran is one of my most listened to artists. Similar to Taylor Swift, I love how his music focused on taking you on a journey with his storytelling. Here are my top 10 favorite songs by Ed Sheeran. 

  1. I See Fire

I See Fire is a song that was clearly meant to be used in a movie. I am actually working on learning how to play this song on my keyboard right now. 

  1. Galway Girl

If this song doesn’t make you want to smile and dance around your room, I don’t know what song will. This upbeat song has been on my playlist for years and it is not going anywhere.

  1. The A Team

The A Team was one of the first songs I remember hearing from Ed Sheeran. Before I knew what the lyrics really meant, it was just a song that reminded me of the winter season. 

  1. Kiss Me

Ed Sheeran is known for the hopeless romantic feel of his songs. Kiss Me is the epitome of this. 

  1. Shivers

Though a newer song, Shivers has become one of my favorite songs. No matter how much it is played on the radio, I never have the urge to change the station. It is one of those songs that just puts you in a good mood, especially if you are outside driving around. 

  1. All of the Stars

The fact that this song was on The Fault in our Stars soundtracks makes it even better. At the same time, it also makes me tear up every time I hear it. It is one of those songs that reminds me of being a teenager. I remember listening to this song when it was first released and how much it made me want to visit Amsterdam. The song is so sweet and hopeful.

  1. Lego House

Lego House is another song of his that I listened to early on. It feels very nostalgic and holds a special place in my heart. I don’t think I will ever be able to forget the lyrics to this song. 

  1. Castle on the Hill

Castle on the Hill reminds me of the best parts of high school. This song was reached its peak popularity during my favorite year of school. 

  1. Thinking Out Loud

Thinking Out Loud was played every two seconds the first year it came out, but it is still a beautiful song. 

  1. Don’t

Don’t reminds me of the dance classes I took when I was younger. This song was used practically every day in that class. Whenever it comes on, I suddenly feel energized and have the urge to fix my posture. 

Do you like Ed Sheeran’s music? Let me know in the comments!

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