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  1. Walk Of Life

    Walk Of Life (2000)

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    "Walk of Life" is a song performed by English singer Billie Piper. The song was written by Piper and Wendy Page for Piper's second album Walk of Life (2000). It was released as Piper's final single in December 2000 following her decision to retire from the recording industry.


  2. Hey Baby

    Hey Baby (2001)

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    "Hey Baby" is a song written by Gwen Stefani, Tony Kanal, Tom Dumont, and Bounty Killer for No Doubt's fifth studio album Rock Steady (2001). Released as the album's lead single, the song is heavily influenced by the Jamaican dancehall music present at No Doubt's post-show parties and tour bus lounges of their Return of Saturn tour. Its lyrics describe the debauchery with groupies at these parties.


  3. Edit

    Edit (2006)

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    "Edit" is an Anti-folk/Indie rock song from Anti-folk singer Regina Spektor, released in the summer of 2006 on the album Begin to Hope. The line "You don't have no Doctor Robert/You don't have no Uncle Albert" references the Beatles' song "Doctor Robert" as well as Paul and Linda McCartney's 1979 hit "Uncle Albert". "Edit" was covered by British anti-folk band The Red Army.


  4. I Begin To Wonder

    I Begin To Wonder (2003)

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    "I Begin to Wonder" is a dance-pop song written by Dannii Minogue, Jean-Claude Ades, Dacia Bridges and Olaf Kramolowsky for Minogue's 2003 album Neon Nights. The song was released as the album's second single in March 2003. The single reached the top twenty in multiple countries, and topped the club charts in the United Kingdom. In 2003, it was certified gold in Australia. "I Begin to Wonder" received positive reviews from music critics, and is considered by Minogue to be her "signature tune". Its futuristic music video, directed by Phil Griffin, features Minogue dancing in a room with the song's title swirling around her in numerous languages.


  5. Girl In The Moon

    Girl In The Moon

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    "Girl in the Moon" is the fourth and final single from Darius Danesh's debut album, Dive In.


  6. King Of Anything

    King Of Anything (2010)

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    "King of Anything" is a song written and recorded by the American singer Sara Bareilles. The song was produced by Neal Avron. It was the first single of her album Kaleidoscope Heart. The song was nominated at the 53rd Grammy Awards for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, though it ultimately lost to Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance". The song was her second time being nominated for the category and her third nomination overall.


  7. Touch Me Like That

    Touch Me Like That (2007)

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    "Touch Me Like That" is a dance-pop song performed by Dannii Minogue and Jason Nevins. The song was written by Jason Nevins, Lisa Molina, Sylvester James and James Wirrick. It samples the melody of the disco song "You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)", originally performed by Sylvester. The song is the sixth and final single from the album Club Disco.


  8. Ex - Girlfriend

    Ex - Girlfriend (2000)

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    "Ex-Girlfriend" is a song written by Tom Dumont, Tony Kanal and Gwen Stefani for No Doubt's fourth studio album Return of Saturn (2000). The song was released as the album's first official single in mid-2000 (see 2000 in music) and it was moderately successful, reaching the top 40 in most countries.


  9. Perfection

    Perfection (2006)

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    "Perfection" is a dance pop song performed by Australian singer Dannii Minogue and the Soul Seekerz. It served as the second single from Minogue's fifth album, Club Disco. The song was written by Minogue, Peter Jackson Jr., Gerald Jackson, Rob Davis, Therese Grankvist, Simon Langford, and Julian Napolitano. The song was based on "Turn Me Upside Down" by The Soul Seekerz which sampled "Turn the Beat Around" originally performed by disco singer Vicki Sue Robinson.


  10. Toxic

    Toxic

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    "Toxic" is a recorded song by American singer Britney Spears for her fourth studio album, In the Zone (2003). It was written and produced by Christian Karlsson and Pontus Winnberg (known collectively as Bloodshy & Avant), with additional writing from Cathy Dennis and Henrik Jonback. The song released on January 13, 2004, by Jive Records, as the second single from the album. After trying to choose between "(I Got That) Boom Boom" and "Outrageous" to be the second single from In the Zone, Spears selected "Toxic" instead. A dance-pop song with electropop influences, "Toxic" features varied instrumentation, such as drums, synthesizers and surf guitar. It is accompanied by high-pitched Bollywood strings and breathy vocals. Its lyrics refer to being addicted to a lover. The song has received critical acclaim by music critics, who deemed it as the strongest track of In the Zone, while praising its hook and chorus.


  11. Single

    Single (2004)

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    "Single" is a pop song written by British singer Natasha Bedingfield, Steve Kipner, Andrew Frampton and Wayne Wilkins for Bedingfield's debut album Unwritten (2004). The song was produced by Kipner, Frampton and Wayne Wilkins and received a positive reception from music critics. It was released as the first single in Europe in the second quarter of 2004 and reached the top five in the United Kingdom. In North and Latin America, "Single" was released as Bedingfield's third single in the second quarter of 2006. On the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart, the song reached number fifty-seven.


  12. Get Some Sleep

    Get Some Sleep (2002)

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    "Get Some Sleep" is a 2002 musical single by Bic Runga. It was Runga's lead single to her second album, Beautiful Collision, and her seventh single overall. RIANZ ranked "Get Some Sleep" as sixth in the New Zealand Top 50 Singles of 2002. It spent 24 weeks on the weekly chart, peaking at number three. It reached number 78 in the UK and 26 in Ireland.


  13. More Is More

    More Is More

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    "More Is More" is a song performed by American pop recording artist Heidi Montag, and was released on April 3, 2009. The uptempo dance-pop song is lyrically about going to a club with friends and receiving attention from men. The song debuted at number fifty on Billboard's Hot Dance Club Songs chart in July 2009 and peaked at number twenty-seven, becoming Montag's first and only charting single to date.


  14. Simple Kind Of Life

    Simple Kind Of Life (2000)

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    "Simple Kind of Life" is a pop rock ballad written by Gwen Stefani for No Doubt's fourth album Return of Saturn (2000). The song contrasts Stefani's desire to settle down and start a family with her commitment to the band. It received positive reviews from music critics, who noted the song's somber melody and raw lyrics.


  15. Too Far Gone

    Too Far Gone (2003)

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    "Too Far Gone" is the second single released by Lisa Scott-Lee.


  16. Put The Needle On It

    Put The Needle On It (2002)

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    "Put the Needle on It" is a dance-pop song performed by Australian singer Dannii Minogue. The song was written by Minogue, Henrik Korpi, Mathias Johansson and Karen Poole for Minogue's fourth album Neon Nights (2003). It is the album's opening track, and was released as its first single in November 2002. The single reached the top twenty in multiple countries, and topped the club charts in the United Kingdom, selling in excess of 60,000 copies. In February 2003, it was certified gold by the Australian Recording Industry Association.


  17. Running

    Running (2001)

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    "Running" is a synthpop song written by Tony Kanal and Gwen Stefani for No Doubt's fourth studio album Rock Steady (2001) and was released worldwide as the album's fourth and final single on July 1, 2003. The song was also used on the last episode of the TV series Sabrina, the Teenage Witch in 2003.


  18. That's How I Beat Shaq

    That's How I Beat Shaq (2000)

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    "That's How I Beat Shaq" is the fourth single from Aaron Carter's second debut album, Aaron's Party (Come Get It). Released on February 6, 2001, the single features guest vocals from Shaquille O'Neal.


  19. So Under Pressure

    So Under Pressure (2006)

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    "So Under Pressure" is an dance pop song performed by Australian singer Dannii Minogue. The song was written by Minogue, Terry Ronald and LMC, and produced by Lee Monteverde for Minogue's fifth album Club Disco (2007) and was also used as the lead single for her greatest hits compilation The Hits & Beyond (2006). The song's lyrics discuss the cancer diagnoses of Minogue's sister Kylie.


  20. Bottle It up

    Bottle It up (2007)

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    "Bottle It Up" is a song written and recorded by Sara Bareilles. The song was produced by Eric Rosse. It was the second single of her album Little Voice. The song was also featured in a Rhapsody commercial.


  21. Strawberry Kisses

    Strawberry Kisses

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    "Strawberry Kisses" is a pop song written by Jeff Franzel, Andy Marveil and Marjorie Maye, produced by Chong Lim for Nikki Webster's first album Follow Your Heart (2001). It was released as the album's first single on 11 June 2001 (see 2001 in music) in Australia and 27 May 2002 in the UK as a CD single. Webster states the song as being "fresh, really bright and chirpy". To this date, it is number 2 on the List of Top 25 singles for 2001 in Australia. She also states "After I first heard the demo, I was singing it that night and I just thought that's a fantastic sign of a good song - something people remember". Brazilian girl band Rouge covered the song in Portuguese called Beijo Molhado ("Wet Kiss") in 2002 for their debut album.


  22. Who Do You Love Now?

    Who Do You Love Now? (2003)

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    "Who Do You Love Now?" is a trance song performed by Australian singer Dannii Minogue and Dutch dance DJs Zki & Dobri, performing under the group name Riva.


  23. It's About Time

    It's About Time (2007)

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  24. The Itch

    The Itch

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    "The Itch" is pop singer Vitamin C's first single from her second album, More. Vitamin C also performed the song on the sketch comedies MADtv and All That.


  25. I Can't Sleep at Night

    I Can't Sleep at Night (2006)

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    "I Can't Sleep at Night" is a dance-pop song written by Dannii Minogue, Rob Davis and Jewels & Stone for Minogue's fifth studio album Club Disco and included on the greatest hits compilation, The Hits & Beyond (2006). On 8 January 2007, the song and its remixes were released as a digital download in Australia, the United Kingdom and North America.


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