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Songs that never get old

There are some songs that never get old, no matter how many times you play them on repeat or sing along to them in your car or at a bar. Whatever it is that makes these songs so good, they just never get old.

Songs that are never overplayed
Woman singing in her car


Aretha Franklin’s powerful song about strength never gets old. Not only that, but it’s the perfect sing-along song anytime you need to harness a little girl power.

“Don’t Stop Believin’”

This 1981 hit from Journey’s Escape album was recently revitalized by the cast of Glee. With its lyrical story and uplifting message, this is a rock song that doesn’t get worn out.

“Son of a Preacher Man”

This Dusty Springfield hit has the perfect beat to groove along to, and it makes a great song to sing with a group of girlfriends at your favorite karaoke bar.

“Livin’ on a Prayer”

This 1986 Bon Jovi classic is a perennial bar favorite.

“Like a Prayer”

While many of the Material Girl’s songs can be played over and over without getting old, this popular selection is perfect for repeat.

“Hey Ya!”

From OutKast’s 2003 album The Love Below, “Hey Ya!” mixes different styles like funk and rap to come up with a catchy, memorable song.

“Let It Be”

A rock classic, The Beatles’ “Let It Be” can be played on repeat and will never get old.


“Without music, life would be a mistake.” Friedrich Nietzsche

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