Keep Your Feet on the Ground and Keep Reaching for the Stars: These Were the Top 10 Hits of 1992

While we absolutely refuse to believe that 1992 was 30 years ago, 90s music reigns supreme and we stand by that. So today we’re looking at the top 10 songs of Billboard’s Year-End Hot 100 Singles of 1992, baby! We dare you to not sing along with each hit because you know we supplied you with lyrics and links to the songs! (Phentermine) Let’s not waste one more second. 

10. Just Another Day – Jon Secada

‘Cause I, I don’t wanna say it / I, I don’t wanna find another way / Make it through the day without you / I, I can’t resist / Trying to find exactly what I miss / It’s just another day without you / It’s just another day..

It’s the stop motion sepia beach shots for us. Listen and watch here

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9. All 4 Love – Color Me Badd

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If you’re like us, you don’t need lyrics. You know the song already. Listen and watch here

8. Under the Bridge – Red Hot Chili Peppers

She sees my good deeds and she kisses me windy / Well, I never worry, now that is a lie / I don’t ever wanna feel / Like I did that day / Take me to the place I love / Take me all the waaay

True 90s music fans know this song by the first chord. Listen and watch here

7. My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonna Get It) – En Vogue

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The dance moves were, in a word, phenomenal, and many pieces of very fragile home decor were sacrificed in the 90s due to us thinking we could pull these moves off. We couldn’t. Listen and watch here

6. Tears in Heaven – Eric Clapton

Would you hold my hand? / If I saw you in heaven / Would you help me stand? / If I saw you in heaven / I’ll find my way / Through night and day / ‘Cause I know I just can’t stay / Here in heaven

We’re so sorry to rip your heart out after these absolute bangers, but we have to. Listen and watch here

5. Baby-Baby-Baby – TLC 

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Was there a bad TLC song? These women were a serious powerhouse paving the way for strong girl groups for years to come! Listen and watch here

4. Save the Best for Last – Vanessa Williams

And now we’re standing face to face / Isn’t this world a crazy place? / Just when I thought our chance had passed / You go and save the best for last

The video for this song was so iconic. The winter-scape green screen, the leopard print coat, the candles. Listen and watch here

3. Jump – Kris Kross

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Nooo, the backward pants. Listen and watch here

2. Baby Got Back – Sir Mix-a-Lot 

Oh my God, Becky, you don’t need the lyrics for this. Listen and watch here

1. End of the Road – Boyz II Men

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Said we’d be forever / Said it’d never die / How could you love me and leave me and never / Say goodbye? / When I can’t sleep at night / Without holding you tight / Girl, each time I try I just / break down and cry / Pain in my head / Oh, I’d rather be dead / Spinning around and around

Not us absolutely scream-singing this. Boyz II Men paved the road for Adele. Don’t @ us. Listen and watch here!

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