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By slayday, Apr 15 2019 03:32PM

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By slayday, Apr 14 2019 07:30PM

Following our Billboard staff-picked list of the 99 greatest songs of 1999, we're writing this week about some of the stories and trends that defined the year for us. Here, we look back at lyrical moments that reflected the classic era in a way that only made sense at the time.

Each decade in music serves as a historical snapshot of what made that era so special: the presidents that got elected, the impressive strides in science & technology and the ever-changing trends in fashion. And in the '90s -- and with the end of the century looming, 1999 specifically -- many artists used their songs to capture timely pop culture moments.

Some opted to reference celebrity figures (we're looking at you, Eminem) and others used impending Y2K Scare as inspiration for transitioning into the high-tech New Millennium. While it appeared cool to ramble on about DVDs and emails at the time, a lot of these references didn't age well -- but we still love them anyway!

Below, we’ve rounded up the 13 best lyrics from that beloved year, which range from clever to corny.

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By slayday, Apr 14 2019 07:28PM

Ashley Tisdale took to social media Thursday (April 11) to reveal the track list for her upcoming third studio album, Symptoms.

In a time-lapse video posted to her Instagram story, the former Disney Channel star wrote out the nine-song track list, which includes lead single “Voices in My Head” and electro-pop banger “Love Me & Let Me Go,” in a blank notebook.

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By slayday, Apr 14 2019 07:26PM

One day they were three students singing at their high school football game. Then, seemingly overnight, they had the No. 1 song in the country and were being introduced on primetime television by Dick Clark. It was an amazing ride for the vocal group known as the Fleetwoods, who first claimed the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 exactly 60 years ago (April 13, 1959) with "Come Softly to Me." Seven months later, the trio was back in pole position with "Mr. Blue," making chart history as the first group to have two No. 1 hits in the same calendar year.

The Fleetwoods went on to have 11 entries on the Hot 100 before calling it a day, though reunions happened from time to time. Billboard caught up with founding member Gretchen Christopher to talk about 60 years of Fleetwoods history.

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