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March 19, 2007

Best Slow Songs Of The 90s – Top 10 Songs You Should Know Playlist


Another Monday and this time I thought I would once again go a little off topic from rock music and bring to you a great set of ten slow songs. I am pretty sure that all of these songs were released in the 90s and for me, they are all classic high school dance songs. My favorite from this list has to be Mariah Carey’s “Always Be My Baby”; such a classic. It is almost spring time so I though this playlist would be appropriate for the upcoming season. I hope you enjoy it and thanks for listening.

Top 10 Songs You Should Know – Week 17 – March 19-25 2007
1. Mariah Carey – Always Be My Baby
2. Savage Garden – Truly Madly Deeply
3. CĂ©line Dion – My Heart Will Go On
4. K-Ci & JoJo – All My Life
5. Westlife – Swear It Again
6. S Club 7 – Never Had A Dream Come True
7. Richard Marx – Right Here Waiting
8. INOJ – Time After Time
9. All-4-One – I Swear
10. Vanessa Williams – Save The Best For Last

Here’s the link for the whole playlist: Best Slow Songs of the 90s

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  1. Anonymous

    Once again, Dude, “Right Here Waiting” is from another decade! It came out before I was even born! Second, I tend to think of “…My Baby” as a Mid-Tempo song. Instead, I would have put “My All” or “The Roof” (both from her 3rd best album: Butterfly…her debut and Daydream are better). Anyway, just check the dates on songs before putting them on these lists.

  2. ^^ What he said.

    And how can you miss “I Do it For You” by Bryan Adams! Wow. A 90s slow songs playlist without that is just incomplete.

  3. fabian

    can u pls aloud more old school house trax of the 90s pls i love the side but it doesnt want it to give me evrything i want sort it out pls

  4. Maye Provines

    This is a great list! I agree with most of your choices, although there were a few songs I had forgotten about. Thanks for sharing.

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