Sunday Night Kill Myself

John Hiatt comes in guns-blazing on the opening track of Sunday Night Kill Myself.

John Hiatt comes in guns-blazing on the opening track of Sunday Night Kill Myself.

March 18th, 2013, a star was born. Spotify gives us all the opportunity to channel the mid-90s where we all sat in front of the radio, dedicated to create the perfect mixtape consisting of "The Impression That I Get" by The Might Mighty Bosstones and "Peaches" by The Presidents of The United States of America. Now, using Spotify (or its hipster compatriot Rdio), we can search any song in under a second and create playlists that reek of emotion and heart. That "star" that I mentioned? It's Sunday Night Kill Myself - the single greatest Sunday Scaries playlist ever created.

Have A Little Faith In Me by John Hiatt

When the road gets dark
And you can no longer see
Just let my love throw a spark
And have a little faith in me

And when the tears you cry
Are all you can believe
Just give these loving arms a try
And have a little faith in me
And --

Have a little faith in me
Have a little faith in me
Have a little faith in me
Have a little faith in me

Be careful. Do not abuse Sunday Night Kill Myself. When I checked my Spotify Year-In-Review from 2013, SNKM songs took up 7 of my top 10 played songs, including my top 4 ("Let Me Touch You For A While" was obviously top dog - Alison Krauss is a SAINT).

PS. Don't sleep on "I'll Stand By You" by the Pretenders, "Nobody Knows Me - Live" by Lyle Lovett, and "White Flag" by Dido. Certified Sunday hangover bangers.