30 Songs You Forgot About But Could Still Sing Every Word To

30 Songs You Forgot About But Could Still Sing Every Word To

15. I’m Yours by Jason Mraz


As summer comes to an end so do the summer songs. A year from now there will be an entire new playlist of songs everyone will be singing. But you somehow never forget the words to the songs from the year or even many years before hand. Here's a list of all the songs from many different years that you probably forgot existed but would be able to sing every word to if it came on the radio today, tomorrow, or the next day.

  1. Take a Bow by Rihanna
  2. Nothing On You by B.o.B.
  3. Hollaback Girl by Gwen Stefani
  4. Baby by Justin Bieber
  5. Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.) by Katy Perry
  6. Please Don’t Go by Mike Posner
  7. Party in the U.S.A. by Miley Cyrus
  8. Umbrella by Rihanna
  9. Halo by Beyonce
  10. Hey There Delilah by Plain White T’s
  11. Beautiful Soul by Jesse McCartney
  12. Pumped Up Kicks by Foster the People
  13. Hey, Soul Sister by Train
  14. No Air by Jordin Sparks
  15. I’m Yours by Jason Mraz
  16. Ridin’ Solo by Jason Derulo
  17. Just the Way You Are by Bruno Mars
  18. Grenade by Bruno Mars
  19. Toxic by Britney Spears
  20. Gold Digger by Kanye West
  21. Oops!...I Did It Again by Britney Spears
  22. Let Me Love You by Mario
  23. She Will be Loved by Maroon 5
  24. Promiscuous by Nelly Furtado
  25. Gives You Hell by The All-American Rejects
  26. If I Were Boy by Beyonce
  27. Tik Tok by Kesha
  28. California Gurls by Katy Perry
  29. Airplanes by BoB Hayley Williams
  30. Stereo Hearts by Gym Class Heroes
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