People Under 30 Won't Be Able To Finish These 2000s Lyrics

The 2000s was filled with hot new music, some old and even some new genres of music were emerging or becoming more mainstream popular. Some of these genres include Alternative R&B, Indie music, and electronic hits. Music in this decade was known for becoming remixes, covers or mashups of old, or formerly released songs. Much of these new genres are attributed to the development of YouTube which was created in 2005, allowing all kinds of music to be shared on one individual site. It was now possible for musicians to post their own original work in order to get noticed by music labels, and it was also used as a forum for music enthusiasts to listen to whatever they want. A lucky bonus was that music videos were also a treat instead of just listening to a CD or music on the radio. Teen pop music was growing more popular on radio sites during the 2000s too, including some popular bands/artists such as NSYNC, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, and Destiny’s Child. This quiz has it all! In addition to the pop artists listed above, other genres include rock and alternative. Bands/artists include Plain White T’s, Creed, Nickelback, and of course Kid Rock. Do you think you know your 2000s music? Take this quiz to find out.

1He met Marmalade down in old Moulin Rouge...

These lyrics are from the song “Lady Marmalade” covered by Christina Aguilera, Lil; Kim and Pink. Their covered version was featured in the film “Moulin Rouge,” which resulted in some slight changes to the lyrics. Their cover was released in 2001. This version was in the number one spot for a total of five weeks. The single is Lil’ Kim’s best-selling single and the cover is considered a commercial success in regards to a female group collaboration. Can you finish the lyrics?

2It started out with a kiss...

These lyrics are from the song “Mr. Brightside” by the rock band The Killers. This song was released on their debut album, and was their first single as a band. The track was put out in 2004. The song was written and produced by two of the band members Brandon and Dave. The 2004 version was not the original release, for in Sept 2003 they put out the original but it didn’t have much success. The 2004 version however did much better. Can you finish the lyrics?

3Oh baby when you talk like that...

These lyrics come from the song “Hips Don’t Lie” by Shakira. The track was released in 2006, and was extremely popular on the radio, and broke records for being played nearly 9500 times in just one week. The song also received a number of different nominations for awards such as “Pop Single of the Year” and “Best Choreography in A Video” from MTV Video Music Awards, which it won. Can you finish the lyrics: “Oh baby when you talk like that…”

4Stacy, can’t you see...

These lyrics are from the song “Stacy’s Mom” by the rock band Fountains of Wayne. The track was released in 2003 on their third album titled “Welcome Interstate Managers.” The song was written by two of the band’s members Adam and Chris, and was inspired by one of their childhood friend’s crushes. Commercially the song did well, making it into the top 20 in the UK, Canada, and Australia. It was also nominated for a Grammy for “Best Vocal Pop Performance.” Can you finish the lyrics?

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