(For the runs in which you leave your watch at home).

Here are 51 songs for a recovery run, a cool down or for after you’re done.  These songs will help you get lost in the moments of a relaxing run, or they will help you shed your intensity after a tough workout…

1.  Nothing Left to Lose by Matt Kearney

2.  In a Daydream by The Freddy Jones Band

3.  New Hampshire by Matt Pond PA

4.  See the World by Gomez

5.  Holocene by Bon Iver

6.  Kingdom of Rust by Doves

7.  Paradise Cove by Pete Yorn

8.  California Stars by Billy Bragg & Wilco

9.  Have a Nice Day by Stereophonics

10. Just Breathe by Pearl Jam

11. Run Run Run by Phoenix

12. Half Moon by Blind Pilot

13. Summer Skin by Death Cab for Cutie

14. Good to Sea by Pinback

15. Wonderful (The Way I Feel) by My Morning Jacket

16. Let Your Troubles Roll By by Carbon Leaf

17. Champagne Supernova by Oasis (See also Matt Pond PA)

18. Time Is A Runaway by The Alternate Routes

19. Concrete Sky by Beth Orten

20. Better Together by Jack Johnson

21. In the Morning of the Magicians by The Flaming Lips

22. On My Way Back Home by Band of Horses

23. Satellite by Guster

24. Valley Winter Song by Fountains of Wayne

25. Mrs. Potter’s Lullaby by Counting Crows

26. Fire Away by Dawes

27. Lost In My Mind by The Head and the Heart

28. Rise by Eddie Vedder

29. All My Days by Alexi Murdock

30. Nuclear by Ryan Adams

31. Middle Distance Runner by Seawolf

32. Life In A Northern Town by The Dream Academy

33. The Finish Line by Train

34. Lucky Man by The Verve

35. Eyes by Rogue Wave

36. Chicago by Sufjan Stevens

37. Head Home by Midlake

38. The Only Living Boy In New York by Simon & Garfunkle

39. I’m In Love by Francis Dunnery

40. Light & Day / Reach for the Sun by The Polyphonic Spree

41. Run by Snow Patrol

42. Sailing to Philadelphia by Mark Knopfler

43. Breathe by Wheat

44. Specks by Matt Pond PA

45. Pink Moon by Nick Drake

46. Peace Train by Cat Stevens

47. All Kinds of Time by Fountains of Wayne

48. Sail Away by David Gray

49. Windows Are Rolled Down by Amos Lee

50. Zig Zag by Ben Arnold

51. How to Save a Life by The Fray

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