5 Ariana Grande Songs To Romanticize Your Life!

Ariana Grande’s songs can definitely help you romanticize your life. Here are our top 5 picks to add to your everyday playlist!

“pov” (2020)

The gentle tones of this song would be great to listen to on a rainy or cloudy day. Grande talks about wishing she could see herself from someone else’s point of view so that she can love herself the same way they love her. This song is about self-love and self-appreciation; listening to it would definitely let you start off your day on the right track.

“I wanna love me the way that you love me / I’d love to see me from your point of view.”

“Just A Little Bit Of Your Heart” (2014)

This ballad is a perfect addition to your everyday playlist. Grande’s soft voice in this song can be played while doing your daily makeup routine or making breakfast, or even while reading at a park.

“Just a little bit is all I’m asking for / I heard a little love is better than none”

“Moonlight” (2016)

Oftentimes, romanticizing your life means you think about, watch, or hear about romance a lot. Lucky for us, this song’s big theme is romance, and it describes the way Grande is falling in love. For all the hopeless romantics, this song makes a great addition to your playlist so that you can keep romance in your life.

“You could hold moonlight in your hands / You are my moonlight”

“Honeymoon Avenue” (2013)

What better way to romanticize your life than to listen to a song that is asking for romance? In this song, Grande reminisces the times where she was going through the honeymoon phase, and hopes to go back to it. This upbeat song is perfect to play in the background as you go about your daily routines.

“Let’s just go back to the way it was when we were on Honeymoon Avenue / Can we get back to the way it was?”

NASA (2019)

One important step to romanticizing your life is to practice self-love and self-care. This song is about realizing when you need to take time for yourself even when others want to keep you around. Add this song to your playlist to remind you to put you and your mental health first.

“You don’t wanna leave me, but I’m tryna self-discover / keep me in your orbit and you know you’ll drag me under”

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Brenda Sanchez-Barrera

Brenda Sanchez Barrera is currently a senior at California State University, Dominguez Hills, and is graduating with her Bachelor's degree in journalism in spring 2023. She has a passion for music and hopes to pursue a career in music journalism. On campus, she is the Editor-In-Chief of the student-run newspaper, "The Bulletin." When she's not writing or editing articles, she can be found at a concert or keeping up with the latest Harry Styles updates.