Blogmas 2017 – Day 17/31 – Good You Were Here Soundtrack

I love the idea of books having soundtracks. Not exactly in the sense that ‘oh, the book is a movie in my head and this is the soundtrack it would have.’ What I mean is more like, ‘here are the songs that inspired individual scenes in my book, songs that might give you more insight into this story’. Also, music is often a big part of my stories.

I have two Spotify playlists for every story I’m working on — a private one of all the songs I listen to while I’m writing and a more polished public one that is meant to accompany the book for my readers.

I’m particularly proud of the playlist I made to accompany Good You Were Here, so I decided to share it.


If you have Spotify, you can listen to the playlist HERE.

If not, I’ve created a Youtube playlist HERE.

Good You Were Here: Official Playlist

  1. Reaper – Sia
  2. Run and Hide – Sabrina Carpenter
  3. I Wanna Get Better – Bleachers
  4. Gun Song – The Lumineers
  5. Dust to Dust – The Civil Wars
  6. Come Softly to Me – The Fleetwoods
  7. Let Love In – The Goo Goo Dolls
  8. Hesitate – Steve Moakler
  9. Forever – Matt Hires
  10. Medicine – The 1975
  11. Black Bear – Andrew Belle
  12. Be Here Long – Needtobreathe
  13. Medicine – Daughter
  14. Me – The 1975
  15. My Oldest Friend – Andrew Belle
  16. Cancer – Twenty One Pilots
  17. I Will Follow You Into the Dark – Death Cab For Cutie
  18. For Now – Kina Grannis
  19. F2b – Safetysuit
  20. Gone Away – Safetysuit
  21. Uncle Jonny – The Killers
  22. I Found Love – Owl City
  23. Hello My Old Heart – The Oh Hellos

Hope you enjoy this playlist!

You can get a copy of Good You Were Here on Amazon. 

Thanks for reading, God bless!




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