A Playlist From The iPod Of A Middle Schooler In 2012
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A Playlist From The iPod Of A Middle Schooler In 2012

Some songs to bring you nostalgia in the midst of chaotic 2020.

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Erin Wunderlich

When I was in 6th grade, I remember bringing out my iPod Touch on the bus ride home from school and digging around for earbuds buried in the small pocket of my backpack. I would listen to the same songs on repeat every day after school, and it almost became a ritual by the end of the year. It was such a simpler time back then, with nothing to worry about and a whole fifteen minutes to put my knees up against the bus seat, look out the window, and listen to some bops before I got home.

After putting this list together I've been jamming out to these songs all day. I hope this list can remind you of your middle school days and bring you some joy in these hard times of crazy 2020.


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