TDP Sweet Sixteen Playlist: Ms. Stuart

Ms. Stuart teaches English at BHS. She is described by her students as “laid-back,” “nice,” “understanding,” and “fun.” Here is what she has to say about what she was listening to at age sixteen. 
UnknownI turned 16 in March of 2002. The Boy Band era had just died down and I had worn out my CD player listening to N’Sync, The Backstreet Boys, and 98 Degrees (who, in my opinion, had the best harmony of all of them). I still get excited when I hear “I Want it That Way” or “This I Promise You.” I loved all of that music from the nineties – Spice Girls, Boy Bands, etc. I listened to the top 40 hits since I finally had a car and could listen to the radio, but my parents listened to a lot of music at home, so I really had an eclectic mix that I loved. I was lucky enough to get my license and an OLD Jeep Wrangler. I thought it was so awesome to take the top down and cruise around with my friends singing at the tops of our lungs. Here is what you may have heard coming from the jeep!
1. A Thousand Miles by Vanessa Carlton
2. Wannabe by the Spice Girls
3. No Such Thing by John Mayer
4. I Want it That Way by The Backstreet Boys
5. Take it Easy by The Eagles
6. Lose Yourself by Eminem
7. Caramel by City High featuring Eve
8. Hot in Here by Nelly
9. All You Wanted by Michelle Branch
10. You’re My Home by Billy Joel
11. You’re the Inspiration by Chicago
12. Hero by Enrique Iglesias
13. I Wanna Hold Your Hand by the Beatles
14. U Got it Bad by Usher
15. Wherever You Will Go by The Calling
16. Hold On by Wilson Phillips

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