Don't even try to tell me that the following songs were never in the Top 25 Most Played playlist on your little neon blue iPod Mini. At some point in your life, you lived by the words of these Radio Disney hits, and all I'm saying is that we need one thing: to bring them back for summer 2015. Prepare yourself for the ultimate trip down memory lane, as I'm sure you'll be adding these hits to your summer playlist.
1. "Too Little, Too Late" by Jojo.
I mean, who doesn't love a little JoJo throwback? Although she may be MIA today, this song was definitely a hit during the 'tween years.
2. "Just The Girl" by The Click Five.
Whether we find ourselves reminiscing about John Tucker, or dancing on an elevated surface when this song comes on, we can all agree that this song will always be a hit.
3. "Jump To the Rhythm" by Jordan Pruitt.
Two Words. Corbin Bleu. Don't even try to tell me you don't remember this song from Disney's "Jump In!" movie. A classic.
4. "Ultimate" by Lindsay Lohan.
It honestly just doesn't get better than this. FREAK FRIDAY PEOPLE. I guarantee from the second you hear this song it will be on replay. Or maybe that's just me.
5. "7 Things" by Miley Cyrus.
Do I even need an explanation for this one?
6. "Breakaway" by Kelly Clarkson.
Interesting enough, this actually was a Radio Disney song, but do not forget about PRINCESS DIARIES. What a classic throwback; remember when Anne Hathaway takes over a nation that doesn't even exist in real life? Amazing.
7. "So Yesterday" by Hilary Duff.
Before Hillary Duff fell off the earth's surface, this song was indeed, the top most played on all of our iPod minis. No doubt.
8. "Beautiful Soul" by Jesse McCartney.
If you're trying to tell me Jesse McCartney was not your fourth grade crush, you're either lying, or you're just doing it wrong.
9. "Then I Woke Up" by Clique Girlz.
Remember those three little blonde girls singing on a couch? I do. It was amazing.
10. "I Want it That Way" by The Backstreet Boys.
Nothing, absolutely nothing, is better that a good old Backstreet Boys throwback.