How to find your Zombie Song on Google Play
I’ve been working on a game jam that’s currently in the development phase for Zombies: The Arcade, but my goal is to get it to release sometime in the next few months.
While I’m waiting for that to happen, I’m working on this list of 10 Zombie songs.
These are songs that I find myself humming, or the occasional play on a loop, and they all share a common theme: they’re catchy and haunting, but also catchy, and hauntingly catchy.
It’s easy to spot these songs, and the more you listen, the more likely you are to recognize them.
Here’s what to look for.
The Last Straw: “Don’t Give Up” (The Last Straw)The Last of the Summer, The Last of Summer (2012)If you like “Don ‘T Give Up’ and have a few bucks, this is a great song to start listening to.
It has a catchy, slow-paced rhythm that sounds like a dance-floor staple.
It might be a bit of a stretch for you, but I think this song could have a lasting impact on your mood, even if you never end up playing it again.
Temptation: “I’ve Got A Plan” (My Body’s a Cage)The Story of My Body, My Body (2016)A good-sounding, catchy song that’s about something you’re trying to do.
If you’re a fan of indie music, this song is definitely one you should check out.
The Muppets: “Mr. Peanutbutter” (Mr.
Peanutbutting)The Muppet Show, Mr. Peanuts (1969)Another catchy song about something fun, but you might not want to hear it in your car.
This song is actually about something a little more serious.
This is a song that could have an impact on a person’s mood, but could also cause some anxiety, especially if you’re in a social situation.
The Wailers: “All the Good Things” (We’ll Be Alright)The Wailer, All the Good Times (2017)Another upbeat song that fits nicely into your playlist.
It also sounds good in your head.
It may not have much of an impact, but it has a good melody and great lyrics.
Mockingbird: “Lonesome Dove” (I Want You)The Ballad of the Mockingbirds, The Ballad Of The Lonesome Duck (1938)A song about love, and it’s a catchy song.
It could be a song you’ve never heard before, or you could be hearing it in the middle of the night, but both of those scenarios are possible.
This might not sound like the right song to play in your own head, but if you do have the ability to hear this song in your mind, you could find it a great fit.
I Got Rhythm: “Dixie Chicks” (You Make Me Feel Like A Girl)The Starry Night, The Starry Hour (1955)The melody is pretty sweet, and this is definitely a song for people who like to sing.
This one could work well in a car, or it could be your best song to sing when you’re alone.
You’ll Be Fine: “Honey, I’ll Be Right There” (Honey)The Honeymoon, The Honeymoon (1999)This song has a nice melody, and could also be a great opener for a lullaby.
It would work great with a lullabies or even an album opener.
You Should’ve Told Me When You Were Young: “Someday” (It’s Going To Be OK)The Beach Boys, You Shouldn’t Be Dancing (1965)The lyrics to this song sound like a very upbeat song, but they also sound like it could work for a song like This is What Love Looks Like, which sounds a bit somber.
This could also work as a lull in your day.
You Are The Best Thing About Me: “You Make My Heart Dance” (Trying To Be)The Grateful Dead, You Are What You Are (1970)A nice, upbeat song with a catchy chorus.
This can be a good lull in the day, or work as an opener for your morning playlist.
What’s That Sound?
(Ain’t You a Woman)The Beatles, What’s Going On (1967)This could be another song you hear in your heart, or a song to make you feel warm and fuzzy in your bed.
It sounds pretty sweet and could work as your lullaby or even be a nice lull in a lull.