"Friday," by Rebecca Black
"Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree," by Dawn, featuring Tony Orlando
"Loving You," by Minnie Riperton
"Ice Ice Baby," by Vanilla Ice
"The Thong Song," by Sisqo
"Barbie Girl," by Aqua
"You're Beautiful," by James Blunt
"Mickey," by Tony Basil
"My Humps," by The Black Eyed Peas
"I'm Too Sexy," by Right Said Fred
"Blue (Da Ba Dee)," by Eiffel 65
"It's A Small World After All"
"I Love You, You Love Me," by Barney and his Friends
"Mr. Roboto," by Styx
The Meow Mix jingle
"Achy Breaky Heart," by Billy Ray Cyrus
"Scooby Doo" theme song
"Macarena," by Los del Rio
"Copacabana," by Barry Manilow
"Who Let The Dogs Out," by Baha Men
"Play That Funky Music," by Wild Cherry
"Mambo No. 5," by Lou Bega
"Jump," by Kriss Kross
"It's A Sunshine Day," by The Brady Bunch
"Thank God I'm A Country Boy," by John Denver
"Wannabe," by The Spice Girls
"Mmmm Bop," by Hanson
"Muskrat Love," by the Captain And Tennille
"Hot In Herre," by Nelly
"Y.M.C.A," by The Village People
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Madison police are continuing to investigate a “violent home invasion” where a pregnant woman was sexually assaulted by several men who forced entry into a home at the end of February, officials said.
The Marching Band's first female drum major, Dee Willems, leads the band at the Wisconsin-Michigan State game in November, 1989.
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