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5 "cool" music vids to break the heat


 
Are you panting like your pup, beggin’ for a relief from this hot weather? We’re with ya! Though we love summer, the heat can get a little too much to bear. So we’re always on the lookout for ways to cool down. One of our fave ways to take our minds off the high temps? Watching these snowy music videos! Ah, feeling cooler already, aren’t you?

 

“Back to December” – Taylor Swift

Snow and T-Swift singing about one of her exes? Suddenly we’re not focused on the scorching sun.

 

 

“You’re Beautiful” – James Blunt

We wouldn’t mind getting caught in a cold rain storm with this cutie. Just sayin’…


 

“Skyscraper” – Demi Lovato

Sure, the video takes place in a desert, but look at the breeze. 


 

“Over You – Miranda Lambert”

Watching this reminds of how magical winter can be. 

 

 

“Ironic” - Alanis Morissette

OK, so snow days don’t mean much when you have months of summer vacay, but it’s never too early to start daydreaming of our next one.


 

What’s one cold-weather music video you love watching to help cool ya down? Blog about it, babes.
 
 

BY KELLY GIERON ON 7/7/2012 12:00:00 AM

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