25 Songs To Make You Wanna Party Like It's 2012
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25 Songs To Make You Wanna Party Like It's 2012

It wasn't the end of the world.

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25 Songs To Make You Wanna Party Like It's 2012

2012.

The year the world was supposed to end according to the ancient Mayan calendar. Thankfully, we are here in 2019 and the Earth still exists.

I think many people can relate when I say there is no better feeling than the nostalgia of listening to music from the past. 2012 was a year of good music.

Here are 25 songs from the good ol' days:

1. "Call Me Maybe" - Carly Rae Jepsen

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2. "Little Talks" - Of Monsters & Men

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3. "Ho Hey" - Lumineers

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4. "Somebody That I Used To Know" - Gotye ft. Kimbra

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5. "Diamonds" - Rihanna

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6. "All Gold Everything" - Trinidad James

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7. "I'm Different" - 2 Chainz

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8. "Want U Back" - Cher Lloyd

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9. "We Are Never Getting Back Together" - Taylor Swift

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10. "Wanted" - Hunter Hayes

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11. "One More Night" - Maroon 5

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12. "What Makes You Beautiful" - One Direction

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13. "Good Girl" - Carrie Underwood

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14. "Boyfriend" - Justin Bieber

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15. "BURN IT DOWN" - LINKIN PARK

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16. "Cruise" - Florida Georgia Line

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17. "The Motto" - Drake ft. Lil Wayne

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18. "Starships" - Nicki Minaj

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19. "Everybody Talks" - Neon Trees

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20. "Thrift Shop" - Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

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21. "Gangnam Style" - Psy

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22. "Lights" - Ellie Goulding

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23. "Rack City" - Tyga

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24. "Thinkin Bout You" - Frank Ocean

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25. "We Are Young" - Fun. ft. Janelle Monáe

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Take a listen to the ultimate 2012 playlist at this Spotify link.

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