We wouldn't trade our kids for the world, but it does seem like we already traded our musical freedom for them. Our days of having total control over our playlists are over, and no matter how many times our favorite songs got played, it's nothing compared to kids and the Moana soundtrack. It would be nice to feel like we were at least a little on top of the latest Top 40, but with so many pop songs out there with curse words and sexual references, we'd rather protect little ears, thanks.

Still, we're not totally doomed to listen to a constant loop of "You're Welcome" (uh, I mean, thanks, Dwayne Johnson?) These pop songs are appropriate for all ages.

25. "Havana" — Camila Cabello

Warning: This one is an earworm, and the chances of your kid singing "Havana ooh-na-na" are high. But the lyrics are clear of anything unfriendly.

24. "Shape of You" — Ed Sheeran

One of the catchiest songs of 2017, it's also an excellent song to choreograph a routine for or just shake to the rhythm. There are a few slightly questionable lyrics ("now my bedsheets smell like you" and "put that body on me") but most kids will be too distracted by the music to care, and compared to most pop songs out there, it's pretty darn clean.

23. "Sit Still, Look Pretty" — Daya

Your kids can bust some moves to this song, and it's also got empowering lyrics. "I don't know what you've been told/But this gal right here's gonna rule the world." The only thing you might have to explain is what "HBIC" means... head boss in charge, right mom?

22. "Can’t Stop the Feeling" — Justin Timberlake

Everyone loves JT's 2016 hit because it really is that good (just give it a listen if you don't believe us). Parents are jamming to it, and kids love it too — which makes sense since it was created for the DreamWorks Trolls movie.

More: 23 Kid-Safe Pop Songs That You'll Still Enjoy

21. “Wrecking Ball” — Miley Cyrus

Although Cyrus seemed to go a little explicit for a while there, there's absolutely nothing wrong with the lyrics to this hit song, and it's extra fun to sing along with in the car. We recommend cranking it up to drown out the sounds of your children screaming when the road trip has lasted just a little too long. (Note: We've gone with a video of only the "Wrecking Ball" lyrics above, because the naked Miley music video is totally not suitable for kids.)

20. “Wake Me Up” — Avicii

Not only is this hit by a Swedish DJ fun to shake it to, but it has some pretty compelling lyrics that you can only hope will sink in as your kids listen on repeat. "Life's a game made for everyone / And love is a prize" is a lot different than some of the more graphic songs about sex that objectify women, and we can thank Avicii for that.

19. "Happy" — Pharrell Williams

Just a few years before JT, Pharrell dropped a similar crossover hit that you'd never guess came from a kids' movie. "Happy," from Despicable Me 2, was so popular that it was even nominated for an Oscar in 2014.

Next: "Brave" — Sara Bareilles

A version of this article was originally published in October 2012.

18. "Brave" — Sara Bareilles

An inspiring and catchy hit, and as you watch your kiddos learn the words and start to sing along, at least you'll know they're getting a great message out of the song.

17. "Call Me Maybe" — Carly Rae Jepsen

Admittedly, this song can be kind of annoying, but for some reason, Carly Rae Jepsen is like wholesome catnip for kids. Her 2012 smash hit is one that you might get secretly addicted to after you've heard it about a hundred times.

16. “Hey, Soul Sister” — Train

Leave it to Train to drop a feel-good hit that both parents and kids can enjoy without any guilt. This 2009 tune is poppy and upbeat with just a touch of romance that doesn't take it too far. However, if your kids listen closely, you may have to explain "virgin Madonna" and chalk it up as your history lesson for the day.

15. "Roar" — Katy Perry

This one might require some interpretive dance, but we're pretty sure that will only make your dance party all the better. Not all of Katy Perry's songs are kid-appropriate, but you're golden with this jam.

Next: "Let's Dance to Joy Division" — The Wombats

14. "Let's Dance to Joy Division" — The Wombats

What better to dance to than a song about, you know, dancing? Your kids are probably too young to listen to Joy Division or to understand what irony means, but they'll like being invited to dance, and you'll get a kick out of doing it.

13. "Something That I Want" — Grace Potter

Your kids will probably recognize this song from Tangled, but don't let the Disney connection fool you. It's one of our favorites as grown-ups, too. Grace Potter is one seriously awesome rocker.

12. "Love Runs Out" — OneRepublic

The boys of OneRepublic know how to write a dance-inducing song. The key is in the thumping drums. Remember "Good Life"? It made you want to march around screaming along, right? Expect the same from "Love Runs Out."

11. "Shake It Out" — Florence + The Machine

We give a resounding, "Yes, please" to anything from Flo. However, not every song is kid-appropriate. "Shake It Out" is, though, and will surely turn your kids into spinning, bending and twisting little "Flo-mbies."

10. "A Sky Full of Stars" — Coldplay

Totally the kind of song to make you throw your hands in the air and dance around in circles, isn't it? Coldplay does fun and uplifting better than anyone else.

Next: "Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard" — Paul Simon

9. "Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard" — Paul Simon

If there's any doubt this song will get kids clapping, snapping, singing and dancing, watch this video of Paul Simon performing "Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard" on Sesame Street.

8. "Pompeii" — Glee cast

Everyone loves the cast of Glee, right? Even if that's not entirely true, you will love their version of Bastille's "Pompeii." The song rocked us for months, but the Glee take helps kid-ify it.

7. "Funky Town" — Lipps Inc.

You and the kids will have a blast boogieing down to this 1980s disco hit. Once again, the Shrek producers recognized a great dance tune for kids and included it in the movie Shrek 2.

6. "The Sound of Sunshine" — Michael Franti and Spearhead

Your soul will dance to this inspirational tune from Michael Franti and Spearhead. Franti penned the lyrics to express his new outlook on life after almost dying from a ruptured appendix.

Next: "Party in the U.S.A." — Miley Cyrus

5. "Party in the U.S.A." — Miley Cyrus

Old Miley gives us a blast of danceable fun with this one. Get out the video camera and capture the fun the kids will have prancing around to this 2009 pop hit.

4. "Break Free" — Ariana Grande

The best part of "Break Free" is definitely the call for dramatic hand gestures. If you're not flailing around wildly with the kids, you're doing it all wrong.

3. "I'm a Believer" — Smash Mouth and Eddie Murphy

This song, originally recorded by the Monkees in the '60s, is best known by today's kids as "the song from the Shrek movie." It was recorded by Smash Mouth and Eddie Murphy for the first Shrek movie and redone by Weezer for the sequel Shrek Forever After. Pick your favorite version and start grooving!

2. "Mickey" — Toni Basil

"Oh Mickey, you're so fine. You're so fine you blow my mind. Hey Mickey! (clap, clap, clap, clap) Hey Mickey!" Show the kids the music video from this '80s pop song and they just might want to dress up in a cheerleader costume and rock out.

1. "Groove is in the Heart" — Deee-Lite

"Groove is in the Heart" was named one of the Top 100 Dance Songs by Slant magazine — and for good reason. The song is a disco/funk/hip-hop combo that will have you and the kids up out of your seats and on the dance floor from the get-go.