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10 Songs I Will Never Tire Of

Tell me I am not the only one who will put their iPhone music on shuffle in the car but skip songs till they hear certain ones? Or a certain song comes on the radio and you just totally rock out no matter what. I wanted to share with you 10 Songs I will never tire of no matter what.

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1. Just Like Heaven by The Cure: I remember hearing this song before I could understand

2. Ho Hey by The Lumineers: Andrew and I for some reason consider this our song. We aren’t sure why or how but whenever it comes on we smile, hold hands and look at each other like teenagers.

3. A Life that is good by Nashville Cast: So I know clearly this is a newer song as Nashville is only a few years old but this song is seriously what life is about.

4. Jane Says by Janes Addiction: I blame my dad for my love of Janes Addiction. Great band, great music, fun to sing along to in the car.

5. American Girls/Holiday in Spain/Recovering the Satellites/Anna Begins all by Counting Crows: I could not choose one Counting Crows song so you get 4 for the price of 1. These are my all time favorite songs by one of my top all time favorite bands. Do yourself a favor and go listen to some Counting Crows.

6. Feel a Whole Lot Better by Tom Petty: Do I need a Tom Petty explanation? No All Tom Petty songs are amazing. Literally all of them. Last Dance with Mary Jane is a great one too.

7. The General Specific by Band of Horses: The song is weird if you listen to the lyrics like most Band of Horses songs are. I also love the song, Factory. To me their songs make sense but don’t make sense. Just go listen!

8. Then by Brad Paisley: Personally I think the sweetest song ever written. I mean it just gives me goosebumps.

9. Kiss Me by Ed Sheeran: It was the first dance song at our Wedding and always makes us happy.

10. Everybody by Backstreet Boys: Because middle school.

I am always curious what peoples favorite songs are so what are songs you will never tire of?

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  1. Kate wrote:

    Ohh the Backstreet Boys… who can EVER tire of listening to them? My parents love Brad Paisley and have seen him in concert several times. I hear he puts on an amazing show!

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  2. Emily wrote:

    Only Love by Ben Howard is my absolute fav!!

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  3. orly wrote:

    Homhey is one of my favorites songs ever!
    Great list
    Xo
    Orly
    Coffeebeansandhighheels.weevly.com

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  4. Haha! Number 10. Awesome. I will forever dance to every Spice Girls song, ever. Because middle school. =)

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  5. Diana wrote:

    This is a good list. #2 and #3 are a couple of my favorites!

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  6. I am cracking up that you have all these great songs and end the list with Everybody!!! Oh, and now I’m singing it…

    Rosemond
    http://www.bighairandbooks.blogspot.com

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  7. lisa wrote:

    This is a great list! Your friend from TXWB, Lisa

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  8. Trish wrote:

    Really loved this list! “Just Like Heaven” is one of my New Wave favorites too. And how nice to hear good things about Nashville … I love that show, especially the music.

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  9. Kati Rose wrote:

    Backstreet Boys YESSSSS! There are so many days where I will put them on and it instantly brightens my mood.

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  10. Some great, classic earworms here! I think my head is going to explode. I’m also glad I’m not the only one who still wants to shout “Backstreet’s back, ALRIGHT!” Or maybe I am? 🙂
    You need to add Journey “Don’t Stop Believing” for the list to be complete.

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  11. Yeah! By Usher! Will never get old!

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  12. Beth wrote:

    I just discovered Ed Sheeran – I’m so late to the party – but I just can’t get enough! Love your list – shout out to BSBs!!!! I think my top 3 would be -Wannabe by Spice Girls -I wanna dance with somebody -Whitney Houston – and Creep by TLC (not sure what that says about me hahaah)

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  13. I love Hey Ho. We listened to it non stop when we were in Germany, I think my dad was really tired of it by the time we left. Who will ever get tired of the Backstreet boys?!

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  14. Alex wrote:

    This is a great list! Totally agree with you on the Lumineers!

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  15. Great list.

    Desperado by the Eagles. Wonder by Natalie Merchant and The Rose by Bette Midler (our wedding song)… special meaning those have.

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  16. Okay, the Backstreet Boys one is hilarious (and a little true, lol). I was getting my nails done in Thailand and when I came in, they changed the music to a medley of Mariah Carey & Backstreet Boys. I think they think this is what white people want! I never get tired of hearing old American rock music songs like Carry On My Wayward Son. It’s very dorky, and I’m a bit too young to like this sort of music, but I love a good rock ballad!

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  17. Briton wrote:

    Oh, The Backstreet Boys! Thanks for taking me back, I think.

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  18. I could listen to only NSync and Whitney Houston for the rest of my life and die happy.

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  19. Kim wrote:

    Backstreet Boys is a given! lol

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  20. Sara wrote:

    Love Ho Hey and The General Specific!!

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  21. LOL great list! Backstreet Boys is always on the list. Another one for me is Garth Brooks Friends in Low Places! LOVE that song. Shoop by Salt and Peppa makes my list too and for some reason Brown Eyed Girl by Van Morrison.

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  22. Jamie wrote:

    I love to listen to songs from when I was in MS and HS….takes you right back to that time! 🙂

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  23. Heather wrote:

    Oooooh, Then is SO good. The hubs and I danced to Little Big Town’s Bring it on Home to Me so it has a special place in my heart.

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  24. Holli wrote:

    That’s a great list – especially with the Cure, Counting Crows and Janes Addiction, The only thing I would take off would be the Backstreet Boys but i’m a lot older than you so….

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  25. I do the same thing. I hate not having my songs on shuffle but I’ll skip most of them anyway. Most of the songs I grew up with like old Britney Spears and Backstreet Boys are such jams and I can’t skip those!

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