Songs About Twin Flames [Listen On Your Journey]
A collection of songs about twin flames for you to listen to (especially while going through a rough separation phase).
The first is probably the most obvious. Flame Twin which is an actual song about twin flame runners and chasers in separation.
If you’re struggling on your twin flame journey, tell me what you’re going through and get a twin flame reading.
Twin flames are instant soul connections between two people. They are known to be two bodies with one soul. You mirror your twin flame, you see yourself and a whole other part of yourself in someone else.
The two of you together are heaven on earth and the connection is magnetic. You bring out the best in each other and vibrate on a higher plane. Your twin flame is your connection in every realm; the physical, emotional, spiritual and soulful. The following 11 songs are lovely and heartfelt beats about the power of twin flames:
Alicia Keys — If I Ain’t Got You
This song by Alicia Keys is about how if she doesn’t have her man she doesn’t want life, because what is life without love? Nothing. Some of the lyrics say,
“Some people want it all
But I don’t want nothing at all
If it ain’t you, baby.”
She knows the connection of a twin flame cannot be broken because it is beyond this earth, and if it breaks you will find them again, when you’re ready or have experienced things on your own. Life without a twin flame is only half lived. She doesn’t want anything if she does not have love.
Bright Eyes — First Day Of My Life
Bright Eyes starts its second verse with,
“Yours was the first face that I saw
I think I was blind before I met you.”
Prior to meeting his love, he was blind. He was not living fully, and she felt the same exact way. It was two souls recognizing the love of each other. Before they met they were both lost and once they found each other they discovered a whole new dimension of living and life.
Cascade — Every Time We Touch
This electronic song is far from shallow with lyrics like,
“Your arms are my castle
Your heart is my sky…”
They are each other’s everything. As essential as the sky and a home, a necessity. Almost as if it was impossible to live before meeting but somehow they managed. They are the whole world to one another.
Dolly Parton — I Will Always Love You
Twin flames don’t always end up together. Sometimes there is too much trauma. Sometimes there is too much pain. But there is still love and Dolly Parton phrases this perfectly by singing,
“And I wish you joy and happiness
But above all this I wish you love.”
She still wishes that her lover find love, with someone else, with someone healthier. In this life they aren’t supposed to be together but there will always be a bond and a deep love between the two.
John Legend — Conversations In The Dark
John Legend is a hopeless romantic, but he knows how to sing about twin flames.
“I will never try to change you, change you
I will always want the same you, same you
Swear on everything I pray to
That I won’t break your heart…”
He loves his lover just the way that they are. Twin flames do not try to change each other. They help each other grow, but they accept each other as they are. They bring out the beauty and the best of each other, and even on the bad days they will love each other… maybe even a little bit more, just because they need to feel the love.
Christina Perry — One Thousand Years
The famous Twilight song…
“Time has brought your heart to me, I have loved you for a thousand years
I’ll love you for a thousand more.”
Death cannot separate twin flames, for they began and will end together, in spite of anything that tries to tear them apart. They meet and they recognize that the love has always been and always will be. It’s like deja-vu. They see they belong together in every single life-time and beyond.
Elvis Presley — Can’t Help Falling In Love
If only we all had a man as beautiful with words as Elvis. One of his most well-known songs sings.
“Take my hand
Take my whole life too
For I can’t help falling in love with you.”
Twin flames place their whole life into another person. Into their other half. They live as one, but dwell in two. The process of loving someone else truly is also learning the process of fully loving yourself.
Aerosmith — I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing
Aerosmith doesn’t even want to sleep because he does not want a miss a single moment with his twin flame. Even when he dreams of her he misses her.
“And I just want to stay with you
In this moment forever.”
He does not want anything to change because he is so in love in the moment. Truly living carpe diem, and seizing the day and the moment with his person. The connection seems unreal, but there’s no living without it once you have found it.
Bruno Mars — Just The Way You Are
Twin flames do not seek to change each other. They love everything about each other. Soulmates are there to teach lessons, whereas Twin flames are your missing part, your other half. Your completed you. They accept. Bruno mars sings about twin flames with these lyrics,
“‘Cause you’re amazing
Just the way you are.”
Paramore — You Are The Only Exception
You are the only exception are lyrics about how she didn’t believe in love until she met her twin flame. He has made her believe in something she was so utterly in disbelief about. When you meet them you know, you get the gut feeling that your life will never be the same and will only get better from that moment forward.
The Lumineers — Ho Hey
Everyone belongs with someone,
“I belong with you, you belong with me
You’re my sweetheart.”
Your sweetheart, your twin flame, your missing puzzle piece. When you fit into someone perfectly, it is meant to be… and that is your forever flame. Your unending passion. Your purpose.
Everyone has a twin flame. Some people meet them when they’re young, others are very old, but connection matters. Connection is why you are here. Never run away from the love that lights your life up and fans your flames.