25 Songs That Were On Your iP​od In Middle School
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25 Songs That Were On Your iP​od In Middle School

We really listened to Dynamite by Taio Cruz at 8 in the morning.

25 Songs That Were On Your iP​od In Middle School

If you're anything like me, the workload of college combined with the stress of COVID has left you a little nostalgic. Here are some songs to take you back to the good ole' days, when you listened to music on an iPod and your biggest concern was what you were going to wear to the middle school dance.

1. "Fireflies" - Owl City

2. "Beautiful Girl" - Sean Kingston

3. "Somebody to Love" - Justin Bieber

4. "Last Friday Night" - Katy Perry

5. "Sexy and I Know It" - LMFAO

6. "Thrift Shop" - Macklemore and Ryan Lewis

7. "Call Me Maybe" - Carly Rae Jepson

8. "Tik Tok" - Kesha

9. "Shake it Off" - Taylor Swift

10. "Fancy" - Iggy Azalea 

11. "Super Bass" - Nicki Minaj

12. "Uptown Funk" - Mark Ronson

13. "Cups" - Anna Kendrick

14. "Elastic Heart" - Sia

15. "Diamonds" - Rihanna

16. "Habits" - Tove Lo

17. "Royals" - Lorde

18. "We Are Young" - fun.

19. "Wake Me Up" - Avicci

20. "Stressed Out" - 21 Pilots

21. "Just Give Me a Reason" - P!nk

22. "Mirrors" - Justin Timberlake 

23. "The One That Got Away" - Katy Perry

24. "Stay" - Rihanna

25. "Dynamite" - Taio Cruz

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