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A CLI to quickly set the mood with Songza.

Latest Version: 1.2.9


Ever get your SO/ hot date/ that bartender that kinda looks like Ryan Gosling back to your place and when you go to put on some sweet jams for a long night of a̶w̶k̶w̶a̶r̶d̶ ̶h̶i̶p̶ ̶c̶o̶n̶v̶u̶l̶s̶i̶o̶n̶s̶ sexy fun times only to have the time it takes to open up your browser,find a playlist and then click play put a damper on the mood?

Enter Get Lucky.

Get Lucky is a command line interface that for Songza that’ll let you set the mood with almost with minimal time at your computer.


Help Message

To view the help documentation you enter the command gl or the option -h / –help after any command

Getting Lucky

When it gets hot and heavy, whether you need some sound cover so your roommate doesn’t bust into your room concerned that you’re torturing a porpoise (sorry Dave) or just enjoy some background music run the command: gl lucky This will play a random Songza playlist for getting lucky.

You can also pick an option that best describes how you like to get down.:

-m, --makeout
-s, --sexy
-d, --seductive
-a, --aggressive
-x, --extreme

Example Calls:

gl lucky -m
gl lucky --seductive

Not Getting Lucky

Get Lucky is great for even when you’re not rocking the cabash. You can quickly play Songza playlists by activity, genre, or mood. These commands take the following form where < > denotes an argument.:

gl mood <mood>
gl genre <genre>
gl activity <activity>

The arguments must be a valid Songza mood., activity, genre. Also if the argument is more than one word you must put it in quotes. Example Calls:

gl activity 'ballroom dancing'
gl activity "getting high"
gl genre metal
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