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10 Songs Every 90s Girl Can Rage-Sing In A Moment's Notice

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Puberty hits everybody like a ton of bricks, and nobody moreso than teenage girls. School is a social nightmare when you're trying to figure out who you are as a person, and you have all these FEELINGS!

Chances are, whenever life was getting you down, you went home, turned on one of these 10 songs, and let the tears just flow.

Avril Lavigne - "Complicated"

Seriously, why DID you have to go and make things so complicated? Avril's ode to teenage love and awkwardness was pretty emblematic of everyone's first relationships.

My Chemical Romance - "I'm Not Okay (I Promise)"

The emo phase hit a bunch of teenage girls like a ton of bricks, and this was the song that launched it for a ton of them. Gerard Way just seemed to get you in ways other people didn't.

P!nk - "Just Like A Pill"

P!nk was the epitome of angsty girl pop, and she spoke to every girl who felt different from everybody else (which of course was all of them).

All-American Rejects - "Move Along"

You know that you definitely cried your eyes out to this when your crush went to the dance with some other chick, who you absolutely HATED...

These next few songs just made you feel all the feelings...

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