Tuesday, October 8, 2013

10 Songs That Were On a Constant Loop on My mp3 Player in 2006

I checked out today's listicle challenge on Northwestmommy yesterday and turns out it's our favorite songs in the final year of high school. 

Read that sentence again and tell me what's not to like about it. There isn't. It's a fabulous sentence because it has 'North West' in it. It has 'list', and 'challenge' which translates to easiest blog posts ever, and it says 'songs in high school.' 

Brace yourselves baecause here's my list. Also, I would like to dedicate this post to my bestest friend in the world, Hasna, because songs are pretty much all we ever talked about then...ahem...besides boys I mean.  

1. Sexy Back - Justin Timberlake. 
I loved this guy in his yellow noodle haired N-Sync days, and I love him still. Loyal fan right here! 


2. Feel Good Inc - Gorillaz
I have spent a stupid amount of time to find who they really are. I might have found it a while ago, I forget. Anyway they were cool and I loved listening to them. 

3. When I'm Gone - Eminem
Hey! What can I say. I don't have a favorite genre. What's good is good.


4.  Déjà-vu - Beyonce feat. Jay-Z
Love Beyonce!! She's the best :)

5. Smack That - Akon Feat. Eminem
Don't ask because I can't explain.

6. SOS - Rhianna
It's catchy. Don't try to deny it.

7. Buttons - Pussycat Dolls
I probably loved it so much because of the video. I love videos with good dancing.


8. Unwritten - Natasha Bedingfield
Her songs were different...in a good way. I can't quite put my finger on what she does different though.

9. You're beautiful - James Blunt
One of the two songs that I know he did well. I never tried to find if there were any more. 

10. Bad Day - Daniel Powter
It's a good song to listen to on a bad day. 

I'm thinking I might regret making this list because there probably will come a day I will be embarrassed to admit this list. Well, it's not today...so I'm going to just leave it here and come back a few years later to see how I feel.


What were your favorite songs in your last year of high school?