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Top 5 Coldplay Songs


Considering all of Coldplay’s songs throughout the years, I’d rank “A Sky Full of Stars” as number 5. “A Sky Full of Stars” was released from the album “Ghost Stories” on May 2nd, 2014. The piano and lyrics of “A Sky Full of Stars” makes the song have an amazing mood to it. 

I’d rank Cold play’s “Talk” as number 4. “Talk” was released from the album “X&Y” on December 19th, 2005. The repeated electric guitar riff along with the drums make listening to this song a great experience. Especially with headphones on.

I’d rank “Paradise” as number 3. “Paradise” was released from the album “Mylo Xyloto” on September 12th, 2011. I view “Paradise” as a hopeful and optimistic song. “You know the sun must set to rise,”Chris Martin sang.

I’d rank “The Scientist” as number 2. “The Scientist” was released from the album “A Rush of Blood to the Head” on November 11th, 2002. The piano and lyrics of “The Scientist” makes it a sad song but it is overall one of their best.

My top Cold play song would be “Yellow.” “Yellow” was released from the album “Parachutes” on June 26th, 2000. “Yellow” is one of those songs that never get old. It’s a calming and beautifully written song from the guitar to the lyrics. I interpret the song as one written for someone you love and appreciate. “I wrote a song for you. And all the things you do. And it was called Yellow.”


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Marisa Espinoza, Reporter

Hi, I'm Marisa. I like music, making bracelets, and writing. When I grow up I want to be a screenwriter for movies. Superhero movies hopefully. I hope to improve on my writing this year in Journalism.

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