For some reason, people on Twitter are feeling quite nostalgic about music they loved when they were 14 years old.
Millennials (mostly ’90s babies) are reminiscing on song lyrics that may (or may not) have produced a lot of emotional teens who spent a large amount of their time angry at the world. Honestly, parents just didn’t understand.
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From Paramore to Kanye West, these songs will continue to play in our Best of the 2000’s playlist and will forever hold a special kind of meaning in our teen hearts.
Your heart slowly breaking from a non-existent relationship with “Bulletproof Love” by Pierce The Veil
Giving a long list of things to blame your ex about in Miley Cyrus’ “7 Things”
Big Time Rush? More like big time melting our hearts one city at a time with “World Wide”
When Eminem just spoke to you…(even though he was promoting some seriously violent actions) in “Love The Way You Lie”
Kanye West teaching you the true meaning of love in “Love Lockdown”
Drake giving us some hardcore life lessons in “Moment 4 Life”
Katy Perry condoning you to leave your life behind with a teenage love in “Teenage Dream”
Marina & the Diamonds warning us before Black Mirror was ever a thing in “I Am Not A Robot”
Hayley Williams from Paramore leaving us in the pool of our tears with “Only Exception”
Selena Gomez inspiring you to be your best self with “Who Says”
Now, go forth and add some of these hits to your playlist.