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Weekend Playlist: Lazy Songs for Lazy Days

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Sloth is listed as one of the seven deadly sins, sure, but in this case, an exception can be made.

We here at County Grind are fully aware of how hot it is outside. When a short walk outside can induce a full-on heat stroke, it's only natural to want to stay inside all day. Luckily for you, we understand your plight and have created a playlist for your lazy afternoon.


Below you will find our selection of songs to inspire you into achieving great feats of inactivity. Crank up the air conditioning, eat a tub of ice cream, do not wear pants. While you're at it, feel free to visit our profile on 8tracks.com. You could go outside instead, but we don't recommend it.

Track Listing:

Run DMT - "Spruce Bringsteen"
How to Dress Well - "Ready for the World"
The Weeknd - "The Party & the After Party"
Twin Sister - "Bad Street"
Air - "Venus"
Atlas Sound - "Walkabout"
Ducktails - "Killin' the Vibe"
Duane Eddy - "Three-30 Blues"
Chuck Berry - "Memphis"
Dirty Beaches - "Lord Knows Best"


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