But there should be.
If music is a regular part of your life, be it via radio, CD, MP3 player, iTunes, smartphone, or TV, then musicoincidence has had to happen to you at least once, right?
Musicoincidence by my definition is the moment when the song you hear matches exactly what you need, emotionally, spiritually, motivational-ly.
I find this happens a lot when I walk with my MP3 player. Just when I feel bored or stiff or want to head for home, a song pops up that gives me just the burst of energy I need. Yes, I know I chose the music mix to facilitate walking, with appropriate beats per minute, peppy tunes, etc. But not every song "hits it" just right every time, and I have the player on shuffle. So it's got to be musicoincidence when that happens.
When riding in the car yesterday during a family road trip, a string of songs that I love to sing came on the radio. Even though it had been a great day, I was in a mildly funky mood because of lack of sleep and a sore back. Singing along with the radio (which, thankfully, my family tolerates) lifted my spirits and got me back on track.
Today, after spending time in guided meditation that focused on the body being perfect and whole just the way it is, I got an email link from a different site with embedded music. It happened to be Indie.Arie's "Video", a song about being comfortable in one's own skin and doing what feels good in your soul. A great musicoincidence, to be sure--and now the song is part of my music library.
And just because I'm feeling especially musical today, here's another song from my high school years about the power of music. Hoping you have a day filled with musicoincidences!