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9 February 2017, 13:21
Because nothings sums up life better than music.
We all know that music is the door way to the soul, or something profound like that, right? Right.
Profundity aside, music always has a way of complimenting your emotions, situations, dramas and even relationships. There always seems to be a song that you're hammering that totally sums up how you're feeling in that moment. Whether you're getting ready to party, feeling down in the dumps or generally loving life there's a song for you out there.
So while we're feeling all sentimental, we've been trawling through out playlists, library and yes, even CD collections (remember those?) to find the perfect 00s songs that are THE perfect expression of the hella crazy rollercoaster of emotions that are relationships.
Could it really be anything else apart from Christina? Especially when she sings the line "you betta cross the line". BOOM.
Ashlee Simpson's "Pieces Of Me" is the song that sums up how hard you can crush on someone.
They can't fight the moonlight. YOUR MOONLIGHT.
Yes this video might be a tad emoshe, but take the song's title literally and The Calling were your heart's spokesmen.
In the immortal words of Mariah Carey, "we belong together."
To everyone else this is kinda creepy and a bit extreme, but you screaming "I love you, I love you, I love you" out loud at random bursts is exactly what you feel like you should be doing.
This problematic bop certainly highlights those infidelity feels. Plus, we've all sent texts via Excel, right?
Surely the only thing to do is wear a tie over a wife-beater and hit up the mall, right?
Alicia Keys knows all about these woes. It's like see-saw, you keep falling in and out.
Oh Aly & AJ, it really is a potential break-up song.
JoJo's seminal anthem "Leave (Get Out)" not only captures that moment of brutal anger, but also is PERFECT for screaming along to when you're feeling particularly pent up.
When Stacy Orrico sings "I hate you but I love you, I can't stop thinking of you," you know that she's right. Ugh.
Brb, just filing our nails like Queen B because WDGAF.
Gwen Stefani's "Cool" is the ultimate "you've moved on. They've moved on. In fact, you've both started dating again and it's all cool, but you still get a pang of sadness because you're not together anymore" jam. Also, probably one of the best songs of the 00s (or ever?).