Throughout the history of music we have known all kinds of songs from all possible genres, many of which perhaps even form part of our most favorite repertoire. When we like a song, we can’t help but listen to it over and over again, as it awakens feelings of euphoria and excites us.
Now, what happens when we hear a song so many times that we can sing it all?
Many times, no matter how much we listen to some songs continuously wherever we go, we never get tired; although it may happen that we end up hating some of them.
This is the case of the list that we bring you today, in which we have included the titles of songs that you will almost certainly listen to any night you go out for a drink at a bar or go dancing at a disco. Obviously, they may not all ring on the same day, but we can assure you that if you bet with your friends that the place where you find them put at least one of the following, you will be right.
20 songs that you may have already memorized
Here they are, 20 songs that you probably already know from cover to cover. If you are going to party next weekend and there is still a piece that you do not know, you are in time to correct it, since many are true anthems of the night. It is a dedicated wink for all those born in the nineties:
20. Sexy and I know it (LMFAO)
The duo LMFAO gave us a great song of the most danceable way back in 2010, which flooded the nightlife venues throughout that year and the years to come . Although it is true that they also have another well-known title (Party Rock Anthem), we believe that this Sexy and I know it deserves the position more.
19. Seven Nation Army (The White stripes)
We present another duo, this time the White brothers. On drums, Meg. On guitar and lead vocals, Jack . Back in 2003 they released the album Elephant, which contained this song heard by all. If you don’t know the lyrics, don’t rush, as soon as the first notes sound you’re going to start humming it.
18. Your warmth (Tow)
The Munoz brothers, originally from Cornella, became known in the early 2000s and became one of the most popular groups best known in Spain as well as in some Latin American countries thanks to songs like this one or their equally well-known La raja de tu skirt.
17. La Gozadera (Gente de Zona and Marc Anthony)
One of the most recent songs that make up our list is La Gozadera, which arrived there in the spring of 2015 and became one of the songs of that summer internationally.
16. I want to dance (Sonia and Selena)
The pop sensation of the summer of 2001 was carried out by the duet formed by Sonia and Selena; and although it all started in Spain, also came to be heard in Latin America.
15. Song 2 (BLUR)
The britpop group (British pop) touched the sky in 1997 with this song whose name refers to its duration. As original as intense .
14. My heart will go on (Celine Dion)
The main theme of the movie Titanic earned the Canadian singer the Oscar for best original song, in collaboration with composer James Horner.
13. Crazy in love (Beyonce feat. Jay-Z)
The ex-Destiny’s Child Beyonce Knowles began her solo career with this undoubted success that would have the collaboration of rapper Jay-Z and that would mark the beginning of her sentimental relationship .
12. The Taxi (Osmani Garcia, Pitbull and Sensato)
In the world of music it is said in a jocular way that you are nobody until Pitbull has not asked you to collaborate with him. If he does it, take it for granted that what comes out will become a resounding success, as happened with this great song dedicated to the popular means of transport.
11. Smells like teen spirit (Nirvana)
“Hello, hello, hello, how low
”, says one of the verses of this song from the early 90s by the grunge group Nirvana, led by the late Kurt Cobain. It is said that its title owes its name to a deodorant that was traded called Teen spirit (“adolescent spirit”).
10. Gangnam Style (Psy)
From Korea we received this carefree song from the hands of the rapper Psy that invaded practically all radio stations for months and at all hours. Few would have bothered to learn the lyrics , but there is no one who does not do everything when it sounds on the dance floors.
9. Despacito (Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee)
It is true that we could well have placed it in first position because it has sneaked into all the world TOPs of the year 2017; however, we consider that it still lacks time to have the relevance that most of the songs in our ranking continue to have years later. Despite everything, it seems that Despacito is on the right track.
Maybe if we write a TOP about popular songs again in a few years, we will give it a higher position.
8. Wonderwall (Oasis)
Another very representative musical group in the nineties and that competed for a long time with Blur (further down the list) for the position of Britpop emblems in England. A beautiful song that always triumphs sung in chorus at karaoke and that is ideal to close a good night at the disco.
7. Everybody (Backstreet’s back) (Backstreet boys)
One of the most mythical boy bands of the 90s and one of their most famous hits that we can find on their second album. The video clip is well remembered for its choreography and gloomy staging.
6. Dancing (Enrique Iglesias, Descemer Bueno and Gente de Zona)
Once again, the duo “Gente de Zona”; this time associated with Enrique Iglesias, who we could well consider something like “the Phoenix of music in Spanish”, who returned to the fore with more force than ever a few years ago after a long lethargy.
5. Baby one more time (Britney Spears)
In her day she was known as “princess of pop”. And it’s not for less: Britney Spears became world famous with this song in which she appeared in her video clip with a schoolgirl uniform along with other classmates and putting on the best good girl face of hers. From there, her career took an impressive leap, turning her into a musical diva and erotic myth for an entire generation.
4. Are you gonna be my girl
When the tambourine starts to play at the beginning of the song, everyone knows what’s coming next: an infectious and very danceable rhythm thanks to the powerful guitars, as well as an energetic lyrics that not everyone can follow. A whole declaration of love in a rock version.
3. Wannabe (Spice Girls)
We have decided to award the bronze to the song that launched the “spicy girls”, each of whom represented a different stereotype of women, to stardom . Their fame didn’t extend beyond the early 2000s, but they topped the commercial charts while they were active. For those who are nostalgic for the mid-1990s, it is a joy to continue listening to Wannabe.
2. Funky Cold Medina Y2K (Tone Loc Meets ZZ-Bros)
The money goes to this remix of an original song from 1989 by rapper Tone Loc and of which everyone knows the choreography of the chorus, but they improvise the dance during the rest of the song A full blown high.
1.Saturday night (Whigfield)
Finally, number one, gold medal for Saturday Night . Another great song from the nineties converted into a classic thanks to its lively choreography.
Let’s face it: whoever has not started to dance it and has caused those around them to try to follow him, resulting in the end in an absurdity and a tremendous disorganization in which each one goes their own way and no one follows the rhythm, has not had a night as God intended.
She keeps practicing, because we can still enjoy her for a long time . Perhaps in the distant future we will manage to learn the steps correctly. “Dee Dee na na na!”