Leave Your Lover for Me Playlist: 116 Songs About Interlopers and Love Triangles

Updated on July 25, 2020
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Interlopers Are Uninvited Guests in Romantic Relationships

Involved in a love triangle? These pop, rock, country, and R&B songs are about loving someone who belongs to someone else.  Make a playlist of songs about loving someone who is already taken.
Involved in a love triangle? These pop, rock, country, and R&B songs are about loving someone who belongs to someone else. Make a playlist of songs about loving someone who is already taken. | Source

Love Triangles: Are They "Wrecktangles?"

Some of the best ideas for playlists are sparked by readers. This is just one example. A reader recently wrote a comment on one of my other playlists expressing his longing for someone else's partner. His anguish at being unable to be with her inspired this playlist.

We've all probably pined for someone we couldn't have. Some folks say you can't help who you love. However, you can control what you do about it.

Let's hope his story ends well, and if you're struggling with a similar situation, then we'll hope yours does, too. While you're still working it out, here is a large selection of pop, rock, and country songs about interlopers and love triangles so that you know you are hardly alone.

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1. "Leave Your Lover" by Sam Smith

In this 2014 pop song, the narrator begs the one he loves to leave her current relationship so that they can be together. It is achingly beautiful and reflects the anguish of wanting someone you can't have:

Pack up and leave everything, don't you see what I can bring
Can't keep this beating heart at bay
Set my midnight terror free, I will give you all of me
Leave your lover, leave him for me.


[ˈin(t)ərˌlōpər, ˌin(t)ərˈlōpər] - a person who becomes involved in a situation or relationship where they are unwanted, considered not to belong, or an outsider; an intruder

2. "Hard to Handle" by The Black Crowes

The firecracker of a fella in this catchy 1990 rock song thinks he's really smooth. He knows that the woman he has eyes for is already taken:

I know you've got another man
But I can love you better than him.

However, that doesn't stop him. Addressing her as "baby" and "mama," he assures her that he is a man of great experience. Then, he invites her to come home with him where he can light her candle for free. Is this an offer she'll be able to resist?

3. "Treat You Better" by Shawn Mendes

This romantic interloper promises to stop time for her. Enough said, right?

In this 2016 song, a woman is dating a man who isn't right for her, and a male friend who desperately wants to be with her tells her the truth about her troubled love relationship. Her lover is not the gentleman she deserves. She should be with him instead—a man who will never let her down. The interloper is just waiting for his feelings to be returned.

4. "You Belong With Me" by Taylor Swift

The high school girl in this 2008 pop song is crushing hard on a male friend who happens to be someone else's boyfriend. While she waits for him to wake up to the realization that true love rests right in front of him, she conducts a compare and contrast between his two choices.

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5. "I'm the Only One" by Melissa Etheridge

Feeling threatened by her lover's interest in another woman, the narrator in this electrifying 1993 rock song declares that no one will feel the love and passion for her that she does. (Yep, it's a lesbian love triangle.)

She's prepared to do battle with the interloper, knowing that she has more love for the woman they have in common:

But I'm the only one
Who'll walk across the fire for you
I'm the only one
Who'll drown in my desire for you
It's only fear that makes you run
The demons that you're hiding from
When all your promises are gone
I'm the only one.

6. "Does He Love You" by Reba McEntire and Linda Davis

A wife and mistress square off in this 1993 country favorite. The wife begins by telling the mistress that she's known about the affair for awhile. Regretably, her husband now leaves home with a smile, ready to meet up with his clandestine lover.

The mistress expresses sadness that although she is the woman who fulfills his nighttime desires, he must rush home. Each of them wonders aloud whom he loves best. Sharing a man has to be hell.

7. "Jessie's Girl" by Rick Springfield

In this 1981 rock song, Rick Springfield (who was a total hottie in the 1980s) covets the girlfriend of his best friend. Looking in the mirror, he wonders what she doesn't see in him. Jessie must be a helluva catch, or the girl lacks good judgement. Our pining narrator watches the couple talking cute, and thoughts of them getting intimate mess with his mind at night.

8. "Two Princes" by Spin Doctors

A woman is faced with a choice of opposites in this 1991 rock song, both of whom kneel before her and want to marry her. The men couldn't be more different.

One choice is the man her father approves of—wealthy and from a good family. The other is the narrator, a man of simple means and no family connections who loves her without reservation. He promises her that he knows what a prince and lover ought to be. Whom will she choose? Whom would you choose?

"I am NOT that woman who will sit around on the sidelines and wait for you to figure out if you're going to leave her."
"I am NOT that woman who will sit around on the sidelines and wait for you to figure out if you're going to leave her." | Source

9. "Scotty Doesn't Know" by Lustra

Somebody needs to tell poor Scotty.

In this upbeat, risque rock song, Scotty's girlfriend, Fiona, has been telling him she's in church or shopping. Instead, she's doing the nasty with another man, and they both seem to be getting special enjoyment from the fact that they're keeping it secret from him.

10. "Stay" by Sugarland

The question, "Why don't you stay?" takes on different meanings in this heartwrenching country song from 2007 about a mistress addressing a married man.

At the beginning she and her lover are together and she wishes he didn't have to go. The interloper asks why her love isn't good enough for him to leave his current relationship.

Towards the end of the song, she has convinced herself that she is worth more than sloppy seconds. She tells him that next time he wants to leave his wife's bed and come hop into hers, "Why don't you stay?"

11. "Don't Cha" by The Pussycat Dolls (featuring Busta Rhymes)

In this fun pop song from 2005, an ex-girlfriend reminds her former man that her replacement is no competition for her looks and sex appeal.

Although the guy says he won't be leaving his happy home if it's not love, this vixen taunts that no one is as hot, freaky, raw, and fun as her. Will he take all that pent-up sexual energy home to mama or be a bad boy?

12. "One Last Time" by Ariana Grande

There is more than one interloper in this complex love relationship. With this couple, she stepped out of the relationship first, then him. Now he's leaving for another woman and his soon-to-be ex-girlfriend regrets her misdeeds.

The 2014 pop song features the narrator's self-castigation for lying, cheating, and failing him. Although his new lover offers everything she cannot, she nevertheless hopes that forgiveness and their shared history will triumph.

13. "Soon" by Tanya Tucker

This sorrowful 1993 country song reflects the emotional intensity of loving someone who will never be completely yours. When they met, the mistress knew the man was already taken. However, she gave in anyway.

What was supposed to be a summer fling turned into years of bittersweet stolen moments with someone else's husband. As he kept feeding her lies, she kept waiting until finally she realized that soon would be never.

When Three Is a Crowd

Uh, oh!  There is one too many lovers in this relationship.
Uh, oh! There is one too many lovers in this relationship. | Source

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14. "He Don't Love You (Like I Love You)" by Tony Orlando & Dawn

A woman's lover says goodbye to her in this 1975 pop song but not before he tells her that the new man who courts her will never love her as much as he does. Her new boyfriend may be handsome and may say all the right things, but her current lover warns her that he's the leaving kind and will break her heart.

15. "Saving All My Love for You" by Whitney Houston

Stolen moments is all the woman in this 1985 R&B international hit can count on. She is in love with a family man—someone else's. Living alone and waiting for his call, she understands that she takes a distant second to his primary commitment and that they'll never actually be together.

16. "In Another's Eyes" by Trisha Yearwood (featuring Garth Brooks)

In this heartwrenching 1997 song, two people who are cheating on their spouses feel guilty that their better halves believe they'd never do what they're doing. They lie and cheat, but they can only see one another when they look at their spouses' trusting eyes.

A complicated love relationship
A complicated love relationship | Source

17. "Down Low" by R. Kelly (featuring The Isley Brothers)

Ever give in to the request to keep it on the down low? In this 1995 R&B song, a woman has two male lovers, and she's doing her best to balance them. She struggles to keep her side lover a secret, and the interloper promises to go along with the plan. Nobody has to know.

18. "There's Your Trouble" by The Chicks

In this 1998 country song, a woman reveals to someone else's boyfriend why he keeps getting hurt in his love relationships. He's picked the wrong partner and should instead be with her:

There's your trouble, there's your trouble
You keep seeing double with the wrong one
You can't see I love you, you can't see she doesn't
But you just keep holding on
There's your trouble.

19. "Call Your Girlfriend" by Robyn

This man has just met his new girlfriend. Trouble is, he already has one. But that's just a small detail.

The narrator in this 2010 pop song knows what she wants. Upon spotting the man she is attracted to, she directs him to call his girlfriend and break their relationship off. She even dictates how the conversation should go.

20. "Come in out of the Pain" by Doug Stone

For many years he has loved her from the sidelines, and now that her lover has left, this interloper is ready to swoop in and dry her tears, giving her a shoulder to cry on.

The guy in this 1992 country song has been more than patient. Knowing just how to work it, he invites her to come in out of the pain and lay down in her arms. Talk about going from 0 to 60 super fast.

"If he'll cheat with you, then he'll cheat on you."
"If he'll cheat with you, then he'll cheat on you." | Source

Even More Songs About Interlopers and Love Triangles

Year Released
21. Careless Whisper
George Michael
22. I Can Love You Better
The Chicks
23. Boyfriend
Tegan and Sara
24. If Your Girl Only Knew
25. I'm the One
26. Just So You Know
Jesse McCartney
27. That Should Be Me
Justin Bieber (featuring Rascal Flatts)
28. Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye
29. She Will Be Loved
Maroon 5
30. Take a Chance on Me
31. My Best Friend's Girl
The Cars
32. She Gets What I Deserve
33. Back to Black
Amy Winehouse
34. The Other Man
35. I Can Love You
Mary J. Blige (featuring Lil Kim)
36. Torn Between Two Lovers
Mary MacGregor
37. Me & Mrs. Jones
Billy Paul
38. It's Sad to Belong
England Dan & John Ford Coley
39.Why Does It Have to Be Wrong or Right
Restless Heart
40. Layla
Derek and the Dominoes
41. I’ll Be the Other Woman
The Soul Children (featuring Betty Wright)
42. The Girl Is Mine
Michael Jackson (featuring Paul McCartney)
43. (If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don't Want to Be Right
Barbara Mandrell
44. So Into You
45. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
Derek and the Dominoes
46. Girlfriend
Avril Lavigne
47. How Could You Want Him (When You Know You Could Have Me)
Spin Doctors
48. Don't Let Him Take Your Love From Me
The Temptations
49. I Want to Come Over
Melissa Etheridge
50. You Belong to Me
Carly Simon
51. Daytime Friends and NIghttime Lovers
Kenny Rogers
52. Woman to Woman
Shirley Brown
53. The Other Woman
Lana Del Rey
54. The Other Woman
Ray Parker Jr.
55. From a Table Away
Sunny Sweeney
56. That Girl
Jennifer Nettles
57. The Other Woman
Chely Wright
58. Holding Her and Loving You
Earl Thomas Conley
59. The Other Guy
Little River Band
60. What Is It About Men?
Amy Winehouse
61. If That's Your Boyfriend (He Wasn't Last Night)
Meshell Ndegeocello
62. Jezebel
Chely Wright
63. Love Stinks
J. Geils Band
64. Let Me Love You
65. Blue Ain't Your Color
Keith Urban
66. There's More Where That Came From
Lee Ann Womack
67. You Ain't Woman Enough (To Take My Man)
Loretta Lynn
68. Fist City
Loretta Lynn
69. Ho Hey
The Lumineers
70. Are You Gonna Be My Girl
71. Roses
Shawn Mendes
72. Forget Me Nots
Patrice Rushen
73. Mr. & Mrs. Smith
74. Amnesia
5 Seconds of Summer
75. Where Is the Love?
Roberta Flack
76. Run
Lewis Watson
77. My Way
78. Don't Gotta Go Home
DMX and Monica
79. I Got Your Man
Lady Saw
80. My Little Secret
81. You Make Me Wanna
82. Thinkin' 'Bout Me
Brian McKnight
83. Break Up with Him
Old Dominion
84. Is She Really Going Out With Him?
Joe Jackson
85. Heartbreak Girl
5 Seconds of Summer
86. As We Lay
Shirley Murdock
87. Husband
Shirley Murdock
88. To Be with You
Mr. Big
89. Just Friends
Ally Barron
90. Teenage Dirtbag
91. That Ain't My Truck
Rhett Akins
92. Fall
Justin Bieber
93. Thing for You
94. The Weakness in Me
Joan Armstrong
95. New Man
Ed Sheeran
96. I Hate U, I Love U
Gnash (featuring Olivia O'Brien)
97. Ghostin'
Ariana Grande
98. Less Cute
Say Anything
99. Standing Next to Me
The Last Shadow Puppets
100. The Fool
Lee Ann Womack
101. The Less I Know the Better
Tame Impala
102. Something About Us
Balance and the Traveling Sounds
103. Thinking of You
Katy Perry
104. I Honestly Love You
Olivia Newton-John
105. Love Ain't
Eli Young Band
106. Singles You Up
Jordan Davis
107. Take Your Love
Olly Murs
108. Break Up with Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored
Ariana Grande
109. El Paso
Marty Robbins
110. Silver Springs
Fleetwood Mac
111. Shameless
Camilla Cabello
112. Rumour Has It
113. Dilemma
Nelly (featuring Kelly Rowland)
114. The Other Girl
Kelsea Ballerini (featuring Halsey
115. Bird Dog
The Everly Brothers
116. House of Cards
Do you know a good song about interlopers (the other man or woman) and love triangles? Leave a suggestion in the Comments Section below!

Questions & Answers

  • Is it wrong if I had a relationship with my friend's ex? When she found out about us, she was freaking out, but she cheated on him.

    Uh oh. When it comes to friendships, there are a couple of rules. One of them is don't date each other's lovers, either current or former. It sets up a rivalry whether you intend it to or not, and situations can get very complicated.

    If the attraction is so strong that you think it's a genuine love connection, at least give the friend advance notice that you're going out with her ex. It gives her time to discuss concerns and hear the news from the source rather than potentially finding out accidentally via rumor.

    However, I suspect that by "relationship" you probably mean more of a hook-up situation with her ex, possibly several times. Not telling her in advance was a missed opportunity for you. Also, it's inappropriate of you to attempt to justify your behavior by pointing out that your friend cheated on her ex. That was between THEM.

    I reiterate: your relationship with her, your relationship with him, and her relationship with him are all SEPARATE. At least, they should be. You're using her wrong behavior to justify your own. To me, this suggests that her ex was probably trying to use you to get back at her for cheating on him. I suspect you and her ex did a lot of talking about how wrong she did him. One terrible way to hurt an ex-lover is to sleep with their best friend. That's exactly what he did.

    Mistakes happen. You can learn from this. Go to your friend and talk it through. Both of you should make some ground rules for relationship peace.

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    • FlourishAnyway profile imageAUTHOR


      3 months ago from USA

      Peggy - I'm glad you knew one, hope you had fun with a few others. Thank you for stopping by!

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      Peggy Woods 

      3 months ago from Houston, Texas

      #14 was one I knew, and I continually date myself with these admissions. Ha! I have not thought about Tony, Orlando & Dawn in ages.

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      4 months ago from USA

      Reza - Thank you for this song suggestion.

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      4 months ago

      Hi, even though I'm late I think Peach Scone by Hobo Johnson is a perfect addition, perfectly describes the struggle of someone who is out of reach because she already has someone else

    • FlourishAnyway profile imageAUTHOR


      15 months ago from USA

      C.B. - Thank you for the recommendation.

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      15 months ago

      You need to add As Time Goes By.

      Nothing tells the story of a man walking away from the best thing he ever had for what he feels is her own good even though they both know that they belong together like that song I the movie Casablanca

    • FlourishAnyway profile imageAUTHOR


      17 months ago from USA

      Jackie - Thank you for that suggestion. I've added it! Have a great day!

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      17 months ago

      Joan Armatrading - The Weakness In Me

    • FlourishAnyway profile imageAUTHOR


      23 months ago from USA

      Paul - Thanks for the song suggestion.

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      23 months ago

      You might want to consider Ease Down the Road by Bonnie "Prince" Billy.

    • FlourishAnyway profile imageAUTHOR


      24 months ago from USA

      JenaLee - Thanks for sharing your experience. I'm sure there are many other people who have been in your situation and not acted on it.

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      24 months ago

      I am in a relationship of a couple years and i am irrevocably infatuated with a married man. I think he feels the same way but neither of us wants to risk screwing up our friendship.

    • FlourishAnyway profile imageAUTHOR


      2 years ago from USA

      Michelle - Thank you for this list of additional songs! I have added them (one was already on there). Also, I added "My Little Secret" to my playlist about Secrets and Keeping Secrets. Have a great weekend!

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      2 years ago

      Usher - My way

      Dmx and monica - dont gotta go home

      Dixie chicks - i can love you better

      Lady saw - i got your man

      Xscape - my little secret

      Brian mcknight - thinkin bout me

      Usher - you make me wanna

    • FlourishAnyway profile imageAUTHOR


      2 years ago from USA

      Devika - Thank you for your kind compliment.

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      2 years ago

      You shared the best music articles!

    • FlourishAnyway profile imageAUTHOR


      3 years ago from USA

      Catherine - Vanilla's not so bad, considering all the angst involved with the alternatives. I like that you're a "reformed" wild child. I don't know which is more fun -- making the memories or reliving them in one's older years? It's fun to think back, eh?

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      Catherine Giordano 

      3 years ago from Orlando Florida

      I took your poll and said my life was vanilla. NOW it is, and I prefer not to remember the unfortunate parts of my past. A great bunch of songs here. I played the videos to listen to a few. The music stirs the memories and makes me feel like a wild child again.

    • FlourishAnyway profile imageAUTHOR


      3 years ago from USA

      Louise - So glad you enjoyed it. I often discover new music I like and hope others do as well.

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      Louise Powles 

      3 years ago from Norfolk, England

      I do enjoy reading your musical articles. It's always very interesting! I like a lot of the songs you mentioned.

    • FlourishAnyway profile imageAUTHOR


      3 years ago from USA

      Larry - Thank you for stopping by. I hope all is well with you. Have a fantastic weekend.

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      Larry Rankin 

      3 years ago from Oklahoma

      Some great songs on this taboo subject.

    • FlourishAnyway profile imageAUTHOR


      3 years ago from USA

      Linda - Thank you for your kind comment. I appreciate your reading even though you didn't know the songs.

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      Linda Crampton 

      3 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

      The only song on your list that I know is the ABBA one, but as always, your article is interesting and enjoyable. This is a great series, Flourish.

    • FlourishAnyway profile imageAUTHOR


      3 years ago from USA

      Debangee - Thank you so much for your kind support. Have a wonderful weekend.

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      3 years ago from India

      I loved the videos and songs listed by you. You wonderfully put them together in this single hub. Well done!

    • FlourishAnyway profile imageAUTHOR


      3 years ago from USA

      Tamara - So sorry you were unwillingly involved in those love triangles. There are a lot of nice, stable fellas out there. Vanilla's not a bad choice given all the other choices, eh?

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      Tamara Moore 

      3 years ago

      Oh my! These songs might come in handy for me, though hopefully not, anymore :-) However, by all means, I needed these very same songs for my last relationship with a Covert Narcissist who got his thrills by Triangulating me with another woman. I like these songs you have listed here, and they ring with such wisdom! I really think I ought to stick to vanilla Ice Cream from now on; a bit plainer, but much safer, and honest. Lol...

    • FlourishAnyway profile imageAUTHOR


      3 years ago from USA

      Rasma - Thank you for stopping by. I hope you are well.

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      Gypsy Rose Lee 

      3 years ago from Daytona Beach, Florida

      Well done. Another impressive list of songs.

    • FlourishAnyway profile imageAUTHOR


      3 years ago from USA

      Audrey - Thank you so much! Have a wonderful holiday!

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      Audrey Hunt 

      3 years ago from Idyllwild Ca.

      Another winner my friend! My favorite videos are 14, 15 and 16.

      Love this series. Always refreshing and so well done. Happy 4th!

    • FlourishAnyway profile imageAUTHOR


      3 years ago from USA

      Linda - Thanks for the kind support. Glad you enjoyed the older songs on the list! Have a happy and safe Fourth to you as well!

    • FlourishAnyway profile imageAUTHOR


      3 years ago from USA

      MsDora - I guess it is hard to know how one would truly respond unless you're in the situation. Personal money expert Suze Orman (whom I adore) suggests that women keep a freedom fund that is separate and apart from all other household finances in case they need it so they don't feel held hostage so to speak in a relationship that is intolerable in some way. Sounds like excellent advice. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment.

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      Linda Lum 

      3 years ago from Washington State, USA

      Flourish - Billybuc and I are about the same age, and it shows. "Torn Between Two Lovers" immediately popped into my little mind as well. Great list, as always. Have a wonderful safe holiday my friend!

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      Dora Weithers 

      3 years ago from The Caribbean

      This time, I know at least some of the words to numbers 14 and 15. However, I wish more women would adopt the attitude of "I am NOT that woman who will sit around . . ." More lovers would walk the straight and narrow. Thanks for the list.

    • FlourishAnyway profile imageAUTHOR


      3 years ago from USA

      Heidi - Poor Jessie. He's what legends are made of, but not the way the poor fella wanted. Have a wonderful Fourth!

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      Heidi Thorne 

      3 years ago from Chicago Area

      I thought of "Jesse's Girl" as soon as I saw the title your post! Hope you're enjoying this holiday weekend. Cheers!

    • FlourishAnyway profile imageAUTHOR


      3 years ago from USA

      Bill - I enjoyed that one as well. I've been singing that around the house lately and my husband gives me "the look." He's used to it now. There's always a song! Have a Happy Fourth!

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      Bill Holland 

      3 years ago from Olympia, WA

      Yep, I dated myself on this one..."Torn Between Two Lovers" was my first choice. Taylor Swift? Way too young for this old man. :)

    • FlourishAnyway profile imageAUTHOR


      3 years ago from USA

      Ryan - Thanks for the warm kudos. I like the Spin Doctors, too. I had to reall challenge myself on this playlist!

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      3 years ago from USA

      Nell - No judgment here regardless of what you picked. None of us are saints. Big hug for on the other side of the pond!

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      Ryan Fuller 

      3 years ago from Louisiana, USA

      I love the song Two Princes by the Spin Doctors. Great list. I think you nailed it with the subject matter and matching the songs to it. Great work.

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      Nell Rose 

      3 years ago from England

      Great list! I only know a couple of the songs, but I did answer your polls....um! LOL! great hub as always!


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