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Love Me Like You Do - Ellie Goulding



tempo: 95 bpm

bpm range: 90 to 95 bpm, 95 to 100 bpm

The DJ's Take: Track #3 in our 'bedtime magic' mix (starts around 4:14):



Maybe the most popular song in the history of this website, and a big hit when it came out. Feels more like something for a romantic night in as opposed to a pop gig, but may be worth a spin in public as background music.

Some key-compatible tracks from 90 to 95 bpm:

Nice For What - Drake
Hurt You - The Weeknd
El Perdón - Nicky Jam, Enrique Iglesias
Closer - The Chainsmokers
Don't - Ed Sheeran
Ride Out - Kid Ink, Tyga, YG, Wale & Rich Homie Quan

And from 96 to 100 bpm:


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