The lyrics to "I Want It That Way" by Backstreet Boys don't even make sense. And this video is CLEARLY an N*Sync ripoff.
Rating: Unrated
"Kiss Me" by Sixpence None the Richer was THE SONG for She's All That, starring Freddie Prinze Jr. and Rachel Leigh Cook.
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Every time our eyes meet, I'm probably chuckling with uncomfortable awkwardness over "Amazed" by Lonestar.
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Imagine the ridiculousness of 9th graders slow-dancing to "You're Still the One." Read the lyrics if you don't get it.
Rating: Unrated
"Under the Bridge" actually isn't a love song at all. It's a song about a lonely man who has an overdose. But yet, it's on the list of slow-dance songs from the 90s.
Rating: Unrated
Before he was an openly gay man, Ricky Martin made women swoon with "She's All I Ever Had." He probably still makes them swoon.
Rating: Unrated
Please check out the interpretive dancer in the background of this music video for "Because You Loved Me" by Celine Dion. Please. Now. I beg you.
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Maybe Skeletor sang to J.Lo one too many times and that's why they're divorced now.
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Not only does Toni Braxton have a perfectly unisex name, she also has a perfectly beautiful voice, as evidenced on "Breathe Again."
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The Spice Girls are never, ever getting back together. (Like, ever.) But we'll always have "2 Become 1" music videos.
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We're still dreaming of you, Selena. Always and forever.
Rating: Unrated
Yet another not-really-a-love-song song that made it on the slow-dance list. "I Will Come to You" by Hanson is actually not terrible.
Rating: Unrated