Calling All Guilty Pleasure Song Submissions

Boys to Men

The time is here for our next music list — I’m working on compiling my own personal list of my Top 10 Guilty Pleasure Songs of All-Time. I definitely have about half of the list lined up, but I need some help remembering other guilty pleasure songs — so please send yours along. And yes — that is Boyz to Men.

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21 responses to “Calling All Guilty Pleasure Song Submissions

  1. Kevin Youkillis

    pretty much any Kelly Clarkson song.. Since youve been gone or miss independent are on the top of my list… maybe even walk away.
    im going to go put them on repeat now.

  2. j-bone

    Making my dreams come true- Hall and Oates.

    • Kevin Youkillis

      if i am thinking about the correct song, the beginning of that sounds exactly like the duck tales theme song.. great stuff. and its correctly titled “You Make my dreams come true”
      but in my opinion Daryl Hall and John Oats should never ever be considered a guilty pleasure.. thatd be like me saying “Life is a highway” by Tom Cochrane is a guilty pleasure.. It’s all pleasure, no guilt.

      • j-bone

        You are correct in the song, and I got a wow for mr. G so it may be guilty.

      • Kevin Youkillis

        Mr. G’s opinion is invalid.. I did just listen to the song though, fantastic stuff so Im glad you reminded me of it anyway.. the best part is that Katy Perry: Fireworks was listed in the suggestions section below “your kiss is on my list”, and “private eyes”.

      • j-bone

        Just another win for J-bone. It happens so often I don’t even have to put my hair in a pony tail and do my best Tom Brady victory dance.

      • Look at those guys. Straight creeps homie.

  3. Alan Weeks

    “A Little Respect” by Erasure

  4. Kevin Youkillis

    Jimmy Soul- If you want to be happy
    It’s a guilty pleasure song and also a motto I live by.
    J-Bone, im looking at you, get out now and heed this mans advice.

  5. Alan Weeks

    Anything by the Killers

  6. Alan Weeks

    “Down Under” by Men at Work

    “September” by Earth Wind and Fire

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