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Charlot Kristensen
Charlot Kristensen
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The Beauty of Sisterhood

Celebrate your circle of girlfriends with Sisters’ one-year anniversary playlist!

Whether you’re connected to her as a sibling, a soror or a close friend, a sister is someone who is there for you. She’ll raise a glass with you on your birthday. She’ll laugh and reminisce for hours with you on the phone. She’s your partner for shopping sprees and girlfriend getaways. A true sister is also there to comfort you during difficult times with a sweet embrace, words of encouragement and a shoulder to cry on.

Sisters from AARP wouldn’t be here without you, sis. And in celebration of our one-year anniversary, we’ve compiled a very special playlist of 30 female friendship-affirming songs just for you and your girls. Groove to girl-power anthems by Sister Sledge (“We Are Family”), Queen Latifah and Monie Love (“Ladies First”) and Destiny’s Child (“Independent Women, Pt. 1”). Savor sweet memories with tender ballads by Patti LaBelle (“You Are My Friend”), Dionne Warwick (“That’s What Friends Are For”) and Sade (“By Your Side”). Jam to sassy tracks from Pebbles (“Girlfriend”), 702 (“Where My Girls At”) and Selena Gomez (“Me & My Girls”). Enjoy the playlist — and share it with your dearest women friends.


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Charlot Kristensen