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  1. Your Letter

    Your Letter


    "Your Letter" is the fourth and final single from R&B group 112 from their 1998 album, Room 112.

  2. Like a Rose

    Like a Rose (1999)


    "Like a Rose" is a song by British-Norwegian boy band A1, released as the fourth single from their debut album, Here We Come. The single was released in February 2000, peaking at No. 6 on the UK Singles Chart.

  3. Porcelain

    Porcelain (1999)


    "Porcelain" is a song by American electronica musician Moby, featured as the third track and released as the sixth single from his album Play. It was released on June 12, 2000 in the UK, and reached number 5 in the UK charts, Moby's highest chart position there to date. The U.S. release was released two months later, on August 22, although the song was first featured in the 1998 film Playing by Heart. It also appeared on the soundtrack to the 2000 film The Beach.

  4. Only The Loot Can Make Me Happy

    Only The Loot Can Make Me Happy (1998)


    "Only the Loot Can Make Me Happy" is a song performed by R&B musician R. Kelly and Poke & Tone from Trackmasters Entertainment. The song was written and produced by R. Kelly and the Trackmasters. The song heavily samples the 1987 Surface's song "Happy".

  5. I Want You To Need Me

    I Want You To Need Me (1999)


    "I Want You to Need Me" is the last single from Céline Dion's greatest hits album All the Way... A Decade of Song, released on July 15, 2000.

  6. Sunny

    Sunny (1976)


    "Sunny" is the name of a song written by Bobby Hebb. It is one of the most covered popular songs, with hundreds of versions released. BMI rates "Sunny" number 25 in its "Top 100 songs of the century."

  7. Take A Look Around

    Take A Look Around (2000)


    "Take a Look Around" is the third single by the American nü metal band Limp Bizkit from their third album Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water. The song was released as two singles, "Take a Look Around: Part 1" and "Take a Look Around: Part 2". Both are differed in color and tracks (Part 1 is silver and Part 2 is gold).

  8. Fill Me In

    Fill Me In (2000)


    "Fill Me In" is the debut single by British singer Craig David from his debut album Born to Do It. The song successfully launched the career of Craig David making him the youngest solo artist at the time to have his debut single peak at number one on the UK Singles Chart beating Sweet Female Attitude's "Flowers". The success of his debut, which was written almost entirely by Craig David and Mark Hill of The Artful Dodger, led to the May 2001 US release of "Fill Me In", where it reached #15 on the Billboard Hot 100.

  9. One Voice

    One Voice


    "One Voice" is the debut single from country music singer Billy Gilman. The song was the lead-off single to Gilman's debut album also titled One Voice. The song became Gilman's first (and only to date) Top 20 single on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) chart, making him the youngest singer to have a Top 40 hit on the country charts. Gilman was just 12 years old at the time.

  10. I Wanna Be With You

    I Wanna Be With You (2000)


    "I Wanna Be With You" is a song by American recording artist Mandy Moore. It was released as the only single from Moore's second studio album I Wanna Be with You on July 11, 2000. The song received positive reviews from critics, who complimented Moore's mature vocals and the song's arrangement. The song, peaked at number twenty-four in the United States Billboard Hot 100, becoming Moore's first and only top forty single in the US to date. The song also peaked at number thirteen in Australia and was certified Gold by ARIA. It also peaked at number twenty-one in the UK, sixty-six in Austria and seventy in Germany. The song was featured on the soundtrack to the 2000 film Center Stage. The music video for the song, directed by Nigel Dick showed Moore singing the song to her love interest in a dance studio.

  11. Most Girls

    Most Girls


    "Most Girls," released in 2000, is the second single from Pink's debut album Can't Take Me Home. It peaked at #4 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart on November 14, 2000, after reaching the Top 40 on August 22, 2000. It was Pink's highest charting hit in the USA as a solo artist, tied with "Get the Party Started," until her 2008 and 2010 singles (respectively), "So What" and "Raise Your Glass," which both topped the Billboard Hot 100, and Fuckin' Perfect, which got to #2 on the same chart. It also peaked at #1 in Australia, where it was certified Platinum. Despite being one of Pink's biggest hits it was left off her 2010 Hits compilation, Greatest Hits... So Far!!!. However, the song's music video did make an appearance on the accompanying DVD.

  12. There You Go

    There You Go


    "There You Go" is a song co-written and performed by Pink. It was her debut single from her debut album Can't Take Me Home. The song peaked at #7 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, #2 on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart and #6 on the UK singles chart.

  13. Down With The Sickness

    Down With The Sickness (2000)


    "Down with the Sickness" is a song by American heavy metal band Disturbed. The song was recorded in 1999 and was released as the second single from their debut studio album, The Sickness. The song is one of Disturbed's best-known songs and is a concert staple, usually played as the last song. This was their first single to be certified platinum in the United States by the Recording Industry Association of America.

  14. Old Toy Trains

    Old Toy Trains (1967)


    "Old Toy Trains" is the title of a Christmas song written and recorded by Roger Miller. It was released in late 1967 as a single for Smash Records.

  15. Been There

    Been There (1999)


    "Been There" is a single co-written and recorded by American country music singers Clint Black and Steve Wariner that peaked at number 5 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart in 2000. It was the second single released from Black's 1999 album D'lectrified, and the final Top Ten hit for Wariner on the country singles charts.

  16. Stiff Upper Lip

    Stiff Upper Lip (2000)


    "Stiff Upper Lip" is a song by rock band AC/DC. This song is on their 2000 album Stiff Upper Lip, and it is composed by Angus and Malcolm Young. The song was released as a single, and topped the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. It was performed on Saturday Night Live on March 18, 2000.

  17. It's My Life

    It's My Life (1993)


    "It's My Life" is Bon Jovi's first single from the album Crush. It was released on May 23, 2000. It was written by Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora, and Max Martin. The song hit #1 across several countries (although it only reached #33 in the US). However, it has the distinction of being the only song from a band once classified as 1980s hair metal to reach the top 40 in the 21st century, a testament to how the song managed to introduce the band to a new, younger fanbase. The song is arguably their biggest post-1980s hit single and has been performed live at almost all shows since its release.

  18. Take It to Da House

    Take It to Da House (2001)


    "Take It to da House" is the first single from Trick Daddy's fourth studio album, Thugs Are Us. The singles features verses by Slip-N-Slide representatives, Sung, Money Mark, J.V., Trina, and Co. They all went under the alias as, the Slip-N-Slide Express. The single also contains samples from James Brown's single, "The Boss", and heavily sampled "Boogie Shoes" by KC and the Sunshine Band.

  19. Get Along with You

    Get Along with You (1999)


    "Get Along with You" is a song by American recording artist Kelis from her debut album, Kaleidoscope. The song emphasizes on how someone's love and the need to "get along with them" is more substantial than material possessions and even the world itself. Released as the album's third and final single, this track marked a change in direction for Kelis compared to her previous two singles, being her first ballad released as a single. It remains her lowest-peaking single to date in the United Kingdom, charting at number fifty-one on the UK Singles Chart. It was a substantially bigger hit there than in the United States, however, where it became her second consecutive single not to chart on the Billboard Hot 100.

  20. It Never Rains In Southern California

    It Never Rains In Southern California (1972)


    "It Never Rains in Southern California", written by Albert Hammond and Mike Hazlewood, is the title of a song first released by Hammond, a British born singer-songwriter, in 1972. Hammond's version peaked at number five on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 that year.

  21. Kiss



    "Kiss (When the Sun Don't Shine)" is a single by the Vengaboys released in November, 1999.

  22. Cartoon Heroes

    Cartoon Heroes (1999)


    "Cartoon Heroes" is a song by the Danish-Norwegian dance-pop group Aqua from their second studio album, Aquarius. The song was sent to radio stations worldwide on January 1, 2000. It was their first release anywhere for over 14 months, due to the time spent touring the world, resting and recording the second album. Although still a commercial success, it failed to follow the success of earlier songs such as "Barbie Girl" (1997), reaching top ten positions in ten countries. In Denmark, the song debuted at number one and went on to became the best-selling single of 2000, with sales of 32,765 copies.

  23. Change The World

    Change The World (2000)


    "Change the World" is the second single from the album BTNHResurrection by the group Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, featuring Big B. The song failed to receive radio rotation or appear on the Billboard charts. The song is considered a classic to Bone Thugs-n-Harmony fans and has two versions the original one found on BTNHResurrection and a version with a different beat and a verse from Krayzie Bone found on The Collection: Volume Two.

  24. If Walls Could Talk

    If Walls Could Talk (1999)


    "If Walls Could Talk" is a song by Céline Dion, which was intended as the final single from her greatest hits album All the Way... A Decade of Song.

  25. You And Me

    You And Me (1999)


    "You and Me" is a ballad by Irish band The Cranberries. It is the fourth and last single from the band's fourth album, Bury the Hatchet, released in 1999. The song, which was written for O'Riordan first child, includes light electronica elements and brass instruments. A music video, directed by Maurice Linnane, was released to promote the single and included live footage from the Live in Paris concert during the Loud and Clear Tour.

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