High school is an awkward part of anyone's life, not the least of which because you're a bundle of hormones and anxiety. Nothing was better at setting these emotions off than a school dance, because you not only had to not look like an idiot in front of your friends, but also had to ask out that special someone you'd been crushing on for weeks. Chances are, when you finally got there, one of these 15 songs was playing the second you showed up.
Nelly - "Hot In Herrre"
Usher ft. Lil Jon, Ludacris - "Yeah"
No Doubt - "Hey Baby"
Chingy - "Right Thurr"
R. Kelly - "Ignition (Remix)"
Britney Spears - "Toxic"
Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz - "Get Low"
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Terror Squad ft. Fat Joe, Remy - "Lean Back"
Ja Rule and Ashanti - "Mesmerize"
Sean Paul - "Like Glue"
Ludacris - "Stand Up"
50 Cent - "In Da Club"
The Black Eyed Peas - "Hey Mama"
Gwen Stefani - "Hollaback Girl"
Kelis - "Milkshake"
Did they play these at any of your school dances? Did you dance awkwardly?
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