Checkout the below listed latest and best top 10 best Songs For Teenagers of all time 2017, They take forever to arrive, only last for a brief season, then are gone forever, and when you’re older, you look back on them as if they’re just a blur.
But some things stick with teenagers for a lifetime: that first kiss, the first car, first job, the high school graduation. And through it all, the teen years are accompanied by a soundtrack. For decades, teenagers have not been more than a few inches away from some device which played their favorite music, whether it was a transistor AM radio in the 1950’s, to a smartphone full of downloaded hits. And among those hits is a favorite tune. Everyone has a favorite hit, and that favorite song is probably heard in those teenage years. We’ve searched for those perfect songs for teenagers, and here are our picks!
Here we present the list of top 10 best Songs For Teenagers of all time 2017.
10. CRUSH – David Archuleta
Teenage heartthrob David Archuleta may have finished second in season seven of American Idol, but he was first in the hearts of teenage girls across America with his hot television performances. Subsequent to finishing runner-up, Arch released his debut single in 2008 via digital distribution. Crush hit the Billboard Hot 100 chart at number two, has sold well over two million digital downloads, and was awarded for Choice Music Love Song, in Teen Choice Awards 2009.
9. YOU’RE SIXTEEN – Ringo Starr
The legendary drummer for The Beatles released his album “Ringo” in 1973. Among the hits were Oh My My, Photograph, and this hit, You’re Sixteen, a song penned and previously released by the Sherman Brothers in 1960. Joined by his former Fab Four bandmate Paul McCartney, Ringo rode the hit all the way to the top of the charts, ultimately achieving gold status.
8. (GOD MUST HAVE SPENT) A LITTLE MORE TIME ON YOU – NSYNC
…and that’s why this song remains a memory forever from the teen years. From NSYNC’S debut album, (God Must Have Spent) A Little More Time On You charted in the U.S. and Australia, becoming the first song by the group to enter the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100. In 1999, country supergroup Alabama recorded the song along with NSYNC, and rode the hit to number three on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart and number 29 on the Billboard Hot 100.
7. WE ARE YOUNG – Fun
Featuring Janelle Monae, Fun recorded We Are Young and released it on their second album “Some Nights” in 2012. The song became an international hit, topping the charts in many countries. A subsequent version sung on the hit show Glee gave We Are Young a tremendous boost, but its appearance at the Super Bowl caused it to explode in popularity, sending it rocketing back up the charts, all the way to to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 in March, 2012.
6. SMELLS LIKE TEEN SPIRIT – Nirvana
Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain has said he was trying to write the ultimate pop song. Perhaps he did, with this memorable hit from Nirvana’s second album “Nevermind” in 1991. Smells Like Teen Spirit fueled Nevermind’s charge to the top of the charts in 1992, and the song was their biggest hit, charting all across the globe, as well as winning numerous awards.
5. TEEN ANGEL – Mark Dinning
Hopping in the wayback machine, we go all the way back to 1959 to hear this tear-jerking, heartbreaking hit from one-hit wonder Mark Dinning. Teen Angel was such a sad song, some radio stations banned it. Telling the story of a teenage girl who loses her life in an unfortunate train accident. Her forlorn boyfriend laments her loss, asking Teen Angel, can you hear me? Teen Angel, can you see me? Get out your hankies! Few songs were sadder, or as memorable.
4. WILDEST DREAMS – Taylor Swift
Music superstar Taylor Swift placed this hit on her fifth album, “1989,” and Wildest Dreams quickly charted internationally, after huge digital downloads. Swift beckons for her lover to always remember her, and no teenager will soon forget this huge hit from 2015. The hit topped several charts, and achieved silver, gold, and platinum status in several countries.
3. QUIT PLAYING GAMES (WITH MY HEART) – Backstreet Boys
Who doesn’t remember the Backstreet Boys dancing in the rain on a basketball court at night, singing their huge hit from their debut international album? Quit Playing Games (With My Heart) was the fourth single from the album released in 1996, and hit a host of charts all over the world, reaching number one in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. Rereleased in 1997 in the United States, the song peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, selling two million copies.
2. SINCE U BEEN GONE – Kelly Clarkson
The hit show American Idol gave us this champion from the first year of the talent competition, and in 2004, Clarkson released her second studio album, “Breakaway.” Since U Been Gone was a song originally pitched to Pink, who turned it down, and then to Hilary Duff, who also passed on it. Enter our girl Kelly, who recorded the power pop hit which details a woman’s relief at the ending of a bad relationship. Clarkson rode a wave of success with the hit, which charted all over the world and received platinum status.
1. TEENAGE DREAM – Katy Perry
Imagine that first crush as a teenager. Those first heart-fluttering feelings of falling in love. Katy Perry encapsulates the sentiments in her huge hit from her third studio album, released in 2010. Teenage Dream was seen as a retro, throwback song which recalls all the euphoric feelings of teenage love. Eventually, the hit peaked at number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart, and sold over 4.7 million copies in the United States. The massive international hit topped the charts in Ireland, Venezuela, the United States, Slovakia, Scotland, New Zealand, and Brazil. That’s our girl Katy!
Those special songs from your teen years stick with you forever. Some cause you to remember your first love, or some other special event from those years, when you’re no longer a child, but not quite ready to tackle the responsibilities of adulthood. These best songs for teenagers, are memorable tunes we’ll never forget!