35 You'd Find on Your iPod Nano From 2009-2013
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35 Songs That Were On My iPod Nano, And Probably Yours, Too

Just in case you forgot these songs existed like I did!

35 Songs That Were On My iPod Nano, And Probably Yours, Too

From ages 11-14, I listened to my 3rd generation iPod Nano going to and coming from school, and during basically any other window of free time I had.

With the invention of the iPod Touch, and eventually an iPhone, I stopped listening to it. I recently found it in my closet and I was so surprised that I still had it. I decided to charge it with a wide chord (wait I forgot about those too but I actually found one in my house) and see what was on there.

Well, I found some GEMS, lemme tell you. With the help of my memory and a little bit of Spotify, I found so many songs I used to listen to, and I'm sure you listened to you too because you know you were 12 once too.

1. Get Busy - Sean Paul 

2. Pon de Replay - Rihanna

3. When I Grow Up - The Pussycat Dolls 

4. Every Time We Touch - Cascada

5. Dynamite - Taio Cruz

6. Sexy B*%$#@ - David Guetta, Akon

7. The Ketchup Song (Asereje) - Las Ketchup 

8. Fire Burning - Sean Kingston 

9. Replay - Iyaz

10. Down - Jay Sean

11. Rocketeer - Far East Movement, Ryan Tedder, Ruff Loaderz

12. Live My Life - Far East Movement, Justin Bieber 

13. Beauty and a Beat - Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj

14. Let it Rock - Kevin Rudolf, Lil Wayne

15. Smack That - Akon

16. Knock You Down - Keri Hilson, Kanye West

17. Whine Up - Kat Deluna 

18. Dangerous - Kardinal Offishall, Akon

19. Glamorous - Fergie

20. Mr. Saxobeat (Radio Edit) - Alexandra Stan 

21. Rush - Aly & AJ

22. Glad You Came - The Wanted 

23. Closer - Ne-Yo

24. Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself) - Ne-Yo

25. Shake It - Metro Station

26. Paper Planes - M.I.A

27. Airplanes - B.o.B, Hayley Williams 

28. Billionaire - Travie McCoy, Bruno Mars

29. According to You - Orianthi 

30. Lighters - Bad Meets Evil, Bruno Mars

31. Come Clean - Hillary Duff

32. Say OK - Vanessa Hudgens 

33. See You Again - Miley Cyrus

34. Somebody to Love - Justin Bieber

35. Leavin' - Jesse McCartney 

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