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The latest astrology meme will help you assemble your sign's perfect playlist Zodiac memes abound in 2018, but this one has the added bonus of being practical. Read enough of them, and you'll end up with a lovely playlist. Dedicated Twitter denizens have been assigning songs from a particular artist (or album) to each astrological sign, then tweeting it all out. Someone has determined, for example, that the Pisces among us align most closely with the Kacey Musgraves song "Rainbow." Virgos, on the other hand, are more "Butterflies." SEE ALSO: The 'f*ck your zodiac sign' meme wants to know who you really are as a person As more and more of these tweets pop up, I've been collecting all my Leo songs to make a nice Leo playlist full of self-referential lyrics and fire imagery. I'll play it at the start of next year's Leo season and also every single day until then, because I am a Leo. Don't see your favorite artist below? Get on there and make a list of your own. There are virtually no rules although someone (probably a Taurus) might argue with you in the replies.
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