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Music holds a huge part in many people’s lives. As we like to say, everyone has their own personal anthem. Some lyrics hit home more than others, and that’s why we can relate to them as individuals. Other songs become so relevant to large groups of society they become anthems for these people. So here,
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Anthem throws it back to some of the greatest music from the 2000s. It turns out that the 2000s produced more than just great music. What about all of the movies we still quote; the ones we can still remember every word to? I took a look back at a few of the most memorable
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“I walk a lonely road The only one that I have ever known Don’t know where it goes But it’s only me, and I walk alone.” Every anthem has a story. The hearts of thousands of teenagers in the 2000s were both broken and healed by the lines in our first song pick for
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A rousing or uplifting song identified with a particular group, body, or cause. We’ve all been there; driving at ninety down those country lanes. Singing to “Tiny Dancer.” Sir Elton John created such a memorable tune, Ed Sheeran wrote it into one of his songs. That’s a great example of what an anthem is. Our