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5 Forgotten Songs

Updated on March 25, 2016
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I know you also forgot about me.
I know you also forgot about me.
I know you also forgot about me.

If I ask you name your favorite artist, you say say Justin Beiber, Taylor Swift or Sia. While they are all talented artists having produced beautiful music over time, I wonder if you remember any of the old songs from the late 90s or early 2000s.

This post, '5 forgotten songs' aims at refreshing your memory about the old songs which were at one point of time, your favorites.

1. It’s Gonna Be Me, N’sync:

Any bells ringing? This was one of the chart toppers back in the 90s and listening to it all over again, I get why. Because it’s plain amazing! It makes you wonder: What the hell happened to music? Doesn’t it?

As Long as You Love me, Backstreet Boys:

The beat and music makes you so...upbeat and active. Well, it does for me even if it doesn’t for you. The dissolution of the band was one of the worst things to have happened to the music industry. I suppose they did make a comeback with One phone call, but all I can say is that they’ve lost the charm.

Oops I did it Again, Britney Spears:

We all loved her, didn’t we? And we still do, actually. Britney disappeared for some time from the music industry but came back with her album, Femme fatale. But we loved her better when she was still singing Oops I did it Again as a seventeen year old pop star.

Mamma Mia, Abba:

This song is so bloody addictive that you just want to keep singing it over and over again. However, I have to make a confession here: I preferred Meryl Streep’s version to the original.

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You Make me Wanna, Blue:

We’ve all forgotten about the blues, haven’t we? Well perhaps because they’ve never even tried to make a comeback. Never mind though. This song would always take us back to the good old days.

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