25 Songs That Were On My Boyfriend's iPod In Middle School
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25 Songs That Were On My Boyfriend's iPod In Middle School

Brb these are going to be stuck in my head all day.

25 Songs That Were On My Boyfriend's iPod In Middle School

There was laughter as there were tears. There was the sun as there was rain. There were early mornings as there were late nights. There were noises as there was silence. There was a boy I liked. There was a girl I hated. They all came as naturally and as suddenly on a Sunday afternoon, and they made up the years that I spent in middle school. Those years have long gone, but not everything left with time. Staying with me are some friends who I still see, some people who I still hold hands with, and some tunes I'm still humming.

Here's a list of the 25 songs that were on my boyfriend's iPod in middle school, and most definitely mine:

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