Music is a vital aspect of humanity, and sometimes it leave a lasting impression on our minds. From 1964 to 2018, here are some of the most memorable songs that got everyone singing out loud or merely trying out dance moves.
Let's know if some of your favorite songs made it to our list.
2018: Ariana Grande - Thank You
Ariana Grande upped her game last year, with this song. Thank you was number one on many music charts including USA’s top 100.
2017: Ed Sheeran - Shape of You
2016: Justin Bieber -Love Yourself
2015: Mark Ronson - Uptown Funk (feat. Bruno Mars)
2014: Pharrell Williams - Happy
2013: Macklemore and Ryan Lewis - Thrift Shop
2012: Gotye - Somebody That I Used To Know (feat. Kimbra)
Somebody That I Used To Know, was so popular that there were numerous covers made by different artists and talented fans.
2011: Adele - Rolling In The Deep
2010: Ke$ha - TiK ToK
2009: Black Eyed Peas - Boom Boom Pow
2008: Flo Rida - Low(feat. T-Pain)
2007: Beyoncé - Irreplaceable
2006: Daniel Powter - Bad Day
Daniel Powter is someone we have not heard from in a while, but his song, Bad Day was a mega-hit in 2006.
2005: Mariah Carey - We Belong Together
2004: Usher - Yeah! (feat. Lil Jon and Ludacris)
2003: 50 Cent - In Da Club
2002: Nickelback - How You Remind Me
2001: Lifehouse - Hanging By A Moment
2000: Faith Hill - Breathe
Asides from this song's pleasant video, Breathe was and still is a song everyone can relate to, that was what made it so special in the year 2000.
1999: Cher - Believe
1998: Next - Too Close
1996: Los Del Rio - Macarena (Bayside Boys Mix)
1995: Coolio - Gangsta's Paradise
1994: Ace Of Base - The Sign
1993: Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You
Whitney had numerous hit songs during her lifetime, but this list won’t be complete without, I Will Always Love You.
1992: Boyz II Men - End Of The Road
1991: Bryan Adams - (Everything I Do) I Do It For You
1990: Wilson Phillips - Hold On
1989: Chicago - Look Away
1988: George Michael - Faith
1987: Bangles - Walk Like An Egyptian
Some may not be able to relate to this song especially those who haven’t heard it, but one thing is certain, it was the song of the year back then.
1986: Dionne Warwick - That's What Friends Are For
1985: Wham! - Careless Whisper
1984: Prince - When Doves Cry
1983: Police - Every Breath You Take
1982: Olivia Newton-John - Physical
1981: Kim Carnes - Bette Davis Eyes
1980: Blondie - Call Me
You might be familiar with many songs with the title, Call Me but this particular one is unique, and it is one of the best songs of the decade.
1979: Knack - My Sharona
1978: Andy Gibb - Shadow Dancing
1977: Rod Stewart - Tonight's The Night
1973: Tony Orlando and Dawn - Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Ole Oak Tree
1971: Three Dog Night - Joy To The World
1970: Simon and Garfunkel - Bridge Over Troubled Water
This song was like the sea. It was able to calm anyone with a cranky mood in an instant.
1969: The Archies - Sugar, Sugar
1968: Beatles - Hey Jude
1967: Lulu - To Sir With Love
1966: Sgt. Barry Sadler - The Ballad Of The Green Berets
1965: Sam The Sham and The Pharaohs- Wooly Bully
Not quite sure about the best way to describe Wooly Bully, but one thing is certain, the song was very catchy.
1964: Beatles - I Want To Hold Your Hand
1963: Jimmy Gilmer and The Fireballs - Sugar Shack
1962: Mr. Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore
1961: Bobby Lewis - Tossin' And Turnin
1960: Percy Faith- Theme From A Summer Place
1959: Johnny Horton - The Battle Of New Orleans
This song was quite popular in the late ‘50s, and many fell in love with it instantly while others had to warm up to it, and ended up liking it.
1958: Domenico Modugno - Volare (Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu
1957: Elvis Presley - All Shook Up
1956: Elvis Presley - Heartbreak Hotel
1955: Perez Prado - Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White
1954: Kitty Kallen - Little Things Mean A Lot
1953: Percy Faith - Song From Moulin Rouge
1952: Leroy Anderson - Blue Tango
For those who were not born in this era, Blue Tango was an all-time classic at the time.
1951: Nat King Cole -Too Young
1950: Gordon Jenkins and The Weavers - Goodnight Irene
1949: Vaughn Monroe -Riders In The Sky
1948: Pee Wee Hunt -Twelfth Street Rag
1947: Francis Craig-Near You
1946: Perry Como- Prisoner Of Love
The song sounds like a theme song for a telenovela or a soap opera, and the title of the song is pretty Intriguing as well.