13 Songs That Were Sure To Put Millennial Girls In A Big Mood In The 2000s
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13 Songs That Were Sure To Put Millennial Girls In A Big Mood In The 2000s

Some songs really just get to you. Even if you're only 11, you know?

13 Songs That Were Sure To Put Millennial Girls In A Big Mood In The 2000s
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1. With You - Jessica Simpson

"I can say anything crazy, I know you'll catch me right before I hit the ground"

I'm glad Nick Lachey still liked her even though she was eating tuna out of the can in this video.

2. Wake Up - Hilary Duff

"Wake up, wake up on a Saturday night. Good bye New York, maybe Hollywood and Vine."

This song is what started my wanderlust. Period.

3. Say Ok - Vanessa Hudgens

"But I don't want to be into you if you don't treat me the right way. See I can only start seeing you if you can make my heart feel safe."

Vanessa Hudgens and Zac Efron made me feel things I didn't know existed when I was 10. I'M NOT OVER IT, I'LL NEVER BE OVER IT

4. When You Look Me In The Eyes - Jonas Brothers

"Dreams can't take the place of loving you, there's gotta be a million reasons why it's true."

If you think this will STILL be my wedding song, you're so right.

5. No One - Aly and AJ

"And I ask myself who do I want to be? Do I wanna throw away the key and invent a whole new me?"

Listening to this song playing from my cd player looking out the window pretending to be Aly.

6. Outside Looking In - Jordan Pruitt

"You don't know how it feels to be outside the crowd, you don't know what it's like to feel left out."

To all the mean girls who made me feel like poop as an 11-year-old: this song is still dedicated to you.

7. Pieces of Me - Ashlee Simpson

"Fall, with you I fall so fast I can hardly catch my breath I hope it lasts"

Ashlee and Pete 4evr.

8. Breakaway - Kelly Clarkson

"I'll spread my wings and I'll learn how to fly. I'll do what it takes, till I touch the sky"
I'm not lying when I say this is my favorite song ever.

9. Because You Live - Jesse McCartney

"Because you live and breathe, because you make me believe in myself when nobody else can help."


10. Don't Forget - Demi Lovato

"We had it all, we were just about to fall even more in love than we were before. I won't forget, I won't forget about us."

I think I get this song even more now that I'm old and have been heartbroken.

11. My Happy Ending - Avril Lavigne

"You were all the things I thought i knew, and I thought we could be. You were everything, everything that I wanted."

Avril was the queen of serving angsty teen songs. I practiced my eyeliner to her music.

12. 7 Things - Miley Cyrus


The days when Miley and Nick J dated were just iconic and I remember singing this about my first boyfriend from 6th grade.

13. Too Little Too Late - JoJo

"I was young and in love, I gave you everything but it wasn't enough."

Listening to JoJo staring out my bedroom window singing along to her songs about boys was always a BIG MOOD.

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