25 Songs That Were On Your iPod As A 2011-2012 Middle Schooler
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25 Songs That Were On Your iPod As A 2011-2012 Middle Schooler

These bops are still killing the game.

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25 Songs That Were On Your iPod As A 2011-2012 Middle Schooler
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You had made it through the awful plaid Bermuda shorts. The awful, awful glitter shoes, and. not to mention elementary picture days that you look back on with scorn, but then it was time for middle school. You were determined to be cooler, and put away your childish ways. I mean honestly you're twelve now. Things are way different. And your iPod, or in my case, an MP3 player, was going to reflect your new-found maturity. So, here are the 25 songs you decided were actual bops, and kind of still are.

1. "Party Rock Anthem" — LMFAO

2. "Sexy and I know It" — LMFAO

3. "Paradise" — Coldplay

4. "Who Says" — Selena Gomez

5. "Good Feeling" — Flo Rida

6. "Mr. Know It All" — Kelly Clarkson

7. "On The Floor" — Jennifer Lopez

8. "Tonight Tonight" — Hot Chelle Rey

9. "Born This Way" — Lady Gaga

10. "Gangnam Style" — PSY

11. "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" — Taylor Swift

12. "Boyfriend" — Justin Bieber

13. "Pound The Alarm" — Nicki Minaj

14. "Starships" — Nicki Minaj

15. "Ho Hey" — The Lumineers

16. "Payphones" — Maroon 5

17. "Diamonds" — Rhianna

18. "Somebody That I Used To Know" — Gotye featuring Kimbra

19. "Call Me Maybe" — Carly Rae Jepsen

20. "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)" — Kelly Clarkson

21. "Set Fire To The Rain" — Adele

22. "Wide Awake" — Katy Perry

23. "Moves Like Jagger" — Maroon 5 Featuring Christina Aguilera

24. "Love You Like A Love Song" — Selena Gomez and the Scene

25. "A Thousand Years" — Christina Perry

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