Music Astrology – A Sagittarius’ Playlist

Adding a little spice to your life, the Jupiter-ruled ninth sign of the zodiac (Sagittarius) is at the height of it’s reign this month. In recognition here’s a playlist suited for those fiery archers.


The Passenger – Iggy Pop
Sagittarius is probably most well-known for being the always willing jet-setter. The essential song about travel, ‘The Passenger’, and Lynyrd Skynyrd’s ‘Call Me The Breeze’ sum up that easy, laid-back feeling archers enjoy on their unconventional travels.


Soak Up The Sun – Sheryl Crow
Bubbly and enthusiastic, Sagittarius’ are ever the optimist. Also known for their love of the outdoors, this track (whether you adore the song’s effervescent summer feel or hate the sheer poppy joy of it) ties all of those traits together in a neat package via the Aquarian Sheryl Crow.


Follow Your Arrow – Kacey Musgraves
This track off Musgraves’ 2013 Grammy award winning album ‘Same Trailer Different Park’ encourages everyone to be whoever they want to be despite the judgment and hypocrisy of others. Incredibly blunt and comfortable in their own skin, a Sagittarius will not only be who they are, they’ll motivate you to do so as well.


Like A Boss – The Lonely Island
A sense of humor is a must for an archer who is known for their drollery, as well as being drawn to those with a quick wit. Tenacious D, Ween, Bloodhound Gang, Weird Al… the list of humorous artists is extensive. Here we have, The Lonely Island (I’d be remiss as an Andy Samberg fan not to include them) with one of their most amusing tracks.


Where Is My Mind? – Pixies
Where are your minds, Sagittarians? Philosophy buffs are most commonly born between November 22 – December 21, so say astrologers. Tolerant and open-minded, broad questions that don’t necessarily have a direct answer intrigue those born under the fire sign.


Free Bird – Lynyrd Skynyrd
Quite frankly, Lynyrd Skynyrd is the backing band to a Sagittarian’s lifestyle. Free-spirited in every sense of the word, this particular sign of the zodiac loathes feeling like a caged bird. There are too many places they’ve got to see, and they’re a bird you just can’t change.

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