8 Songs Millennials Don’t Know Are Remakes

Your childhood was a lie.


Millennials, you’re so vain, you probably think this list is about you. Though to be fair, in this case it is about you.

'Rolling Stone's Playlist Of Greatest Songs For 18-34 Year-Olds' showed that Gen Y enjoys music from all eras. 1970's disco smashes, such as The Bee Gees’ “Stayin’ Alive”, and 1960’s peace and love anthems like “For What It’s Worth” both make the cut. There are, however, a few tunes that this 'me, me, me' generation incorrectly thinks belongs to 'them, them, them'.

That is not to say millennial’s taste in music is bad, they just need to brush up on their musical history. With a little help from the following entries, I'll help them discover which songs were not made, but rather remade for them.

If there are any other songs more commonly associated with modern artists, let us know in the comments below.

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