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The 5 Pink songs we forgot we really loved

She’s in Dublin today and she’s got alot of songs you’d know.

POP SUPERSTAR PINK is playing The O2 in Dublin tonight, a sold-out stop on her Truth About Love world tour.

The gig sold out in nanoseconds and Pink has a huge fanbase over here.

Perhaps you’re headed to the gig tonight or maybe you reckon you don’t know that many of her tunes.

Well, she actually has so many amazing songs that you probably like even a few of them.

Here are five songs she’s done that we’d forgotten how much we loved.

1. Lady Marmalade

So yes she’s one of four people on this amazing 2001 cover but she’s still a key ingredient to what remains a total jam.

Here is Pink, Lil’ Kim, Mya and Christina Aguilera having a great time singing it at the 2002 Grammys
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2.  Get The Party Started

We feel like everyone has their own “signature dance move” and it’s songs like this that bring it out:
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3.  Who Knew

This one gets us everytime.

A great one for singing dramatically to yourself while waiting for your pizza to cook on a quiet Saturday night in.

Not that we’ve ever done that or anything.
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4.  Don’t Let Me Get Me

This is the perfect “I am an angry teenager and nobody likes me” pop song even if you’re in 30s and holding down a respectable job.

Let that angst out. Go on.
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5. Try

A recent single, we still get a bit weepy at the mere hint of this one on the radio.

You may have spotted the incredible video too which has intricate choreography.

Even better is this live performance that sees Pink recreate the video live and still singing live.

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