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Eagle Eye View: Fall Songs

Eagle Eye View: Fall Songs

As the leaves start to change colors and the air gets cooler, avid music listeners know exactly what time it is: time to start listening to their favorite fall playlists. A great song can make a difference between a good fall day and a great fall day. As autumn approaches, everyone has a different song that they listen to that reminds them of the season. To find the answer to the heavily asked question about what song sets the perfect fall mood, we asked the students of Wheeling Park this: What is the perfect fall song? 

 

“‘Time of the Season’ by the Zombies,” Lauren Erwin (12).

 

“‘All Too Well (10-minute version)’. It has the best fall vibes. I also love ‘Kiss Me’ by Sixpence None the Richer,” Pitter Jeffers (12).

 

“‘Born To Die’ by Lana Del Rey because I love her and the vibes,” Taylor Broadwater (12).

 

“‘Halloween’ by Phoebe Bridgers because it just reminds me of fall and I always listen to it when fall starts,” Ella Benner (12).

 

“‘How to disappear’ by Lana Del Rey,” Mikayla Graski (9).

 

“‘Spooky Scary Skeletons,’” Carter Johnson (11).

 

“Season Of The Witch’ by Lana Del Rey,” Abigia Smith (12).

 

“‘Cowboy Like Me’ by Taylor Swift because I love the low sound of her voice and the beat the song carries,” Faith Randolph (12).

 

“‘Something In The Orange’ by Zach Bryan,” Luke Simonetti (10).

 

“Hit the Quan’ because it gets me ready for the homecoming spirit,” Bethany Greathouse (11).

 

“‘Cherry Wine’ by Hozier,” Julia Scherrer (11).

 

“‘The Place Where He Inserted The Blade’ because I listened to it a lot last fall,” Rylee Morgan (12).

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Shannon Wack, Staff Writer
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  • I am a member of the Varsity Volleyball team, a Key Club officer, a REAP counselor, a Freshman mentor, and an employee at Oglebay
  • I love baking and making cookies, finding crawdads, playing with all animals and insects, and doing paint-by-numbers.
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