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Old 02-23-2005, 08:09 PM   #1
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Those young-people songs

Have all of you "adults" heard of these songs that kids listen to?
1, 2 step
candy shop
disco inferno
since u been gone
daughters (john mayer)
drop it like it's hot
soldier
1985
almost
i know all of them. no duh..lol

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1985

my sister swears that's my song.
only i don't have an suv or 2 kids
in high school lol
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i'm more so stuck in 87 but you get the idea lol
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lol. the song that describes me is The Ketchup Song. it's old, but up-beat, like me.
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btw... when DID
Motley Crue become
classic rock :?: :?: :?: :?:
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*looks around* who me? I don't know! lol
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oh yeah... duh me.. i forgot you're so much
younger than me that you wouldn't know lol.
another blonde moment by yours truly :oops:
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hey, good to see you again miguzi. i've heard most of those songs, especially daughters. a co-worker expecting his first baby, a girl, uses it for his cell phone ring. his wife calls him 15 times a day, so i know it well. we have changed most of the words to ones i can't post here tho....
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Crue is classic rock? Oh boy...
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1985

my sister swears that's my song.
only i don't have an suv or 2 kids
in high school lol
thank God, or "they'd think you're uncool"

now you've got the song in my head!

Good to see you back, goldfish - I was wondering if you'd
been gone due to semester finals.
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