Your No-Stress Playlist: Bruce Springsteen Listeners share the songs that make them feel calm during this stressful time.
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Your No-Stress Playlist: Bruce Springsteen

Your No-Stress Playlist: Bruce Springsteen

Your No-Stress Playlist: Bruce Springsteen

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Listeners share the songs that make them feel calm during this stressful time.

MICHEL MARTIN, HOST:

And now it's time to turn once again to our No-Stress Playlist. That's our regular feature showcasing the songs that you've told us are bringing you some peace during these uncertain times. Today's pick comes from Twitter user @carrieatwalkon23 (ph). Here is The Boss, Bruce Springsteen, with "Waitin' On A Sunny Day." Enjoy.

(SOUNDBITE OF SONG, "WAITIN' ON A SUNNY DAY")

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN: (Singing) It's raining but there ain't a cloud in the sky. Must have been a tear from your eye. Everything will be OK. Yeah, funny, I thought I felt a sweet summer breeze. Must have been you sighing so deep. Don't worry, we're going to find a way. I'm waiting, waiting on a sunny day. Going to chase the clouds away.

MARTIN: Please keep sending your choices, and we'll keep adding them to the list. If you've got a song that helps keep you calm during these stressful times, tweet us @npratc and use the hashtag #nostressplaylist.

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