20 Years Ago Today, This was the Number One Song in America. Never Forget What You Did.
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20 Years Ago Today, This was the Number One Song in America. Never Forget What You Did.

By Courtney Enlow | Music | May 9, 2014 | Comments ()


Let your drum-machine-beating freak flags fly.

Guys. We need to work through this. Together. I’ve seen enough Ray Donovan to know that our pasts can really fuck us up if we let them, and this is ours. We share this. We are in this together.

Just let it out. Let yourself feel it. Confront who you were.

It’s going to be OK. We. We got a new life. You would hardly recognize us, we’re so glad. But that doesn’t change the fact that persons like us cared for this song.

I owned this CD. I listened to this CD in its entirety. I owned that Aqua album too but I’m not sorry about it and that’s for another day. I need to accept who and what I am and that is a person who helped this song reach worldwide ubiquity. I am a woman. I am a mother. I am someone who called Today’s Hit Music WDBR and requested “The Sign” by Ace of Base on more that one occasion. And I still deserve love. And so do you.

We are OK, guys. We really are. Don’t hate yourself. You made the best right choice at the time. And no ones gonna drag you up to get into the light where you belong. Wherever it is that you belong.

Courtney thinks now is as good a time as any to let you know summer is here and that means it’s time for the return of Liveblogging the ’90s, which will kick off next week with her favorite of them all, The Crush.

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