25 Songs That Were On Your iPod As A Middle Schooler In The Year 2012
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25 Songs That Were On Your iPod As A Middle Schooler In The Year 2012

My iPod touch had all the best hits.

25 Songs That Were On Your iPod As A Middle Schooler In The Year 2012

I'd like to say my music taste has improved over the past years, but I still catch myself listening to my favorite songs from middle school. I was in middle school from 2011 to 2013, and I would listen to the top hits of the early 2010s on my iPod touch every day while I took the bus to and from school. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, I think we all could use a reminder of simpler times. So, I hope you enjoy this list of 25 of my top favorite songs from when I was in middle school.

1. "Take You There" — Sean Kingston

2. "In My Head" — Jason Derulo

3. "Dirty Little Secret" — The All-American Rejects

4. "Party Rock Anthem" — LMFAO

5. "Kiss Me Thru The Phone" — Soulja Boy

6. "Nothin' on You" — B.o.B. feat. Bruno Mars

7. "Whatever You Like" — T.I.

8. "Umbrella" — Rihanna

9. "TiK ToK" — Ke$ha

10. "California Gurls" — Katy Perry

11. "Just A Dream" — Nelly

12. "DJ Got Us Fallin' In Love" — Usher (feat. Pitbull)

13. "The Sweet Escape" — Gwen Stefani

14. "Evacuate the Dancefloor" — Cascada

15. "Price Tag" — Jessie J, B.oB.

16. "LoveGame" — Lady Gaga

17. "Turn Me On" — David Guetta (feat. Nicki Minaj)

18. "Mr Saxobeat" — Alexandra Stan

19. "Love You Like A Love Song" — Selena Gomez

20. "Knock You Down" — Keri Hilson

21. "Hotel Room Service" — Pitbull

22. "Bulletproof" — La Roux

23. "Paper Planes" — M.I.A.

24. "Replay" — Iyaz

25. "Break Your Heart" — Taio Cruz

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