Welcome!

This is a website that contains all of those old songs that you cant remember the name of, and it kills you because you really liked them. I understand that not all of these songs might suit yourself in particular. But they are suppose to be a wide variety of songs, that some people might like. Even if there’s only one person that likes the song, they still matter just as much as you. Thanks🙂

If you have any suggestions for any categories or songs I should add, please leave a comment below. Thanks.

Happy Listening🙂

Chill out songs –

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Good songs for when you want to feel relaxed and just have a peaceful mind for a while.

  1. Elton John – Rocket Man – 1972
  2. The Eagles – Hotel California – 1973
  3. The Police – Roxanne – 1978
  4. Cold Chisel – Khe Sanh – 1978
  5. Toto – Africa – 1982
  6. Train – Drops of Jupiter – 200
  7. Avril Lavinge – Complicated – 200
  8. Flight Facilities – Crave You –  2010
  9. Red Hot Chili Peppers – Under The Bridge – 1991
  10. Red Hot Chili Peppers – Californication – 1999
  11. Pete Murray – Opportunity – 2005
  12. The Temper Trap – Sweet Disposition – 2009
  13. Simple Plan – Summer Paradise – 2011
  14. Jack Johnson – Banana Pancakes – 2005
  15. Tom Petty – Free Fallin’

Breakup songs –

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Songs for when you go through a break up and are good for either mourning over them or getting over them.

  1. Jet – Cold Hard B!tch – 2003
  2. Green Day – Boulevard of Broken Dreams – 2004
  3. Poison – Every Rose Has its Thorn – 1988
  4. Pete Murray – So Beautiful – 2004
  5. Coldplay – Fix You – 2005
  6. Coldplay – Yellow – 2000

Hell Yeah! songs –

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Songs for when you’re feeling pumped, and you just want to jump around and sing really loud. WOO!!

  1. Franz Ferdinand – Take Me Out – 2004
  2. Scissor Sisters – Take Your Mumma – 2004
  3. Gorillaz – Feel Good Inc. – 2005
  4. The Veronicas – Untouched – 2007
  5. Paramore – Decode – 2009
  6. The Trashmen – Surfing Bird – 1963
  7. Jet – Rollover DJ – 2003
  8. Basshunter – Now You’re Gone – 2006
  9. Red Hot Chili Peppers – Can’t Stop – 2002
  10. Red Hot Chili Peppers – By the Way – 2002
  11. Queen – Don’t Stop Me Now – 1978
  12. Panic at the Disco – I Write Sins Not Tragedies – 2005
  13. Panic at the Disco – The Ballad Of Mona Lisa – 2011
  14. Avril Lavigne – Girlfriend – 2007
  15. 3OH!3 – My First Kiss (feat. KeSha) – 2010

Rap/Hip Hop –

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Mmm Hmm

  1. Vanilla Ice – Ice Ice Baby – 1989
  2. The Sugar Hill Gang – Rappers Delights – 1979

Rock! :PPPPPPP –

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YYYEEEAAAHHH :DDDDDDD :PPPP

  1. AC/DC – (All songs)
  2. Joan Jett The Blackhearts – I Love Rock n Roll – 1981
  3. Poison – Nothing but a Good Time – 1988
  4. Poison – Unskinny Bop – 1990
  5. Alice Cooper – Poison – 1989

Emotional Songs –

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Not pump up songs, but more motivational songs that you might remember from a few years ago.

  1. Lincoln Park – Waiting for the End – 2010
  2. The Fray – How to Save a Life – 2005
  3. MGMT – Kids – 2007
  4. The Fray – You Found Me – 2009
  5. Nickleback – How You Remind Me – 2001
  6. Queen – Under Pressure – 1991
  7. The Temper Trap – Sweet Disposition – 2009
  8. Coldplay – Yellow – 2000
  9. Coldplay – Fix You – 2005

Movie Songs –

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Songs made well-known by the great movies that we love.

  1. The Breakfast Club – Don’t You Don’t Forget About Me – 1985
  2. Rocky Horror Picture Show – Time Warp – 1975

Facts About Music

  • Listening to music while working out improves your physical performance.
  • Your favourite song is probably your favourite song because you associate it with an emotional event in your life.
  • Not one member of the Beatles could read music.
  • Your heartbeat changes and mimics the music that you listen to.
  • Flowers can grow faster by listening to music.
  • Elvis Presley didn’t write any of his songs.
  • The type of music you listen to affects the way that you perceive the world.
  • Barry Manilow didn’t write his song called “I write the songs”.
  • Musicians have the same life expectancy as Zimbabweans which are the lowest on earth.
  • The Beatles used to be called Johnny and the Moondogs.
  • The world’s most expensive musical instrument, a Stradivarius violin, was sold in 2011 for US$15.9 million.
  • The song Jingle Bells was originally written for Thanksgiving.
  • Rapper ‘No Clue’ is the World’s Fastest Rapper with 723 syllables in 51.27 seconds(14.1 syllables per second).
  • Metallica is the first and only band to play on all seven continents.
  • The key to a hit song is to have a repetitive chorus. (And to be overplayed on the radio).

Why I made this Blog

I made this website purely because i have always wanted to have a website like this. It is simple and easy to access. Just good music that can benefit you no matter what your mood is. I haven’t really added any new songs to this Blog. This is because most of them are just overplayed on the radio, and because there a heaps and heaps of new genres and styles of music nowadays. I hope you enjoy the variety of music on this Blog and that maybe you actually like to use it.

Thanks for visiting! And happy listening!🙂