“I don’t want this to be exclusive…” was the last thing I wanted to hear. “It’s not that there’s anything wrong with you, it’s just that I don’t want to get into a relationship.” Sure, that made all the difference. I’d never been in that situation before and it was going to be interesting.She was beautiful, intelligent, funny, cool, and a sexual dynamo. Despite what my original misgivings, it turned out to be a smart decision. Partly because I was terrified of losing her, but also because I wanted to see just how it would play out.
The truth is, though, this list is only 25 songs– there are so many more!
The song that if we accidentally unplugged our headphones in public and it started to play out-loud, we would dive towards the mute button like our life depended on it.
Well, here at Elite, we came up with a list of some of these songs that most guys seem to unanimously enjoy, even if they never want to admit it.
/ Oh don’t mind me, I’m watching you two from the closet / Wishing to be the friction in your jeans / Isn’t it messed up, how I’m just dying to be him? —the answer to that is “Definitely.”Throbbing beat and shimmering synths aside, Robyn’s “Dancing On My Own” is one of the most morose songs about hitting the club.
” Considering he’s spying on her from a closet—whose, hers? A night out takes a painful turn when she runs into her former flame and his “new friend,” who don’t notice her as they make out on the dance floor.
She seems to dance not to express herself but to prove to the world she’s all right when in actually she’s “…in the corner / Watching you kiss her.” The next lines, “I’m right over here / Why can’t you see me? The idea that anyone—even an ex—would betray handsome R&B teddy bear Ne-Yo seems preposterous.