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9 Songs From Legally Blonde You Totally Forgot About

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It's been 15 years since Elle Woods (Reese Witherspoon) taught us how to bend and snap, but that's not the only treasure Legally Blonde brought into your life. The movie's soundtrack was chock-full of musical gems from the late '90s and early '00s.

Here are 9 songs from the film that you probably forgot existed. Grab a hairbrush and get ready to sing along...

  1. Hoku, "Perfect Day"
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    If you had to sum up Legally Blonde in one song, this would be it. The tune was so catchy it played twice — once during the opening credits and again at Elle's badass Harvard commencement speech.

  2. Vanessa Carlton, "A Thousand Miles"
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    Before you watched post-breakup Elle throw chocolates at her TV screaming "LIAR," you heard the words "makin' my way downtown..." blast through the Deltu Nu sorority house.

  3. Samantha Mumba, "Baby Come On Over"
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    This song played the moment Elle decided to become a lawyer, in the hopes that her ex Warner would take her seriously. *sigh*

  4. KC & The Sunshine Band, "That's the Way (I Like It)"
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    That nail salon had a pretty sweet playlist going.

  5. Kool & The Gang, "Get Down on It"
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    Yep, another A+ salon song.

  6. Hot Chocolate, "You Sexy Thing"
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    The very appropriate soundtrack to Paulette bending and snapping "all over the place." As a result, she broke the hot UPS guy's nose. Oops?

  7. Lisa Loeb, "We Could Still Belong Together"
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    This is Elle's "I got into Harvard" anthem when she's driving to law school for the first time.

  8. Joanna Pacitti, "Watch Me Shine"
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    After Warner rudely tells Elle she's not "smart enough" to get accepted to Professor Callahan's competitive internship, there's a "Watch Me Shine" montage of her studying her butt off until she lands the job. Suck it, Warner.

  9. Superchick, "One Girl Revolution"
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    With lyrics like "If all you see is how I look, you miss the Superchick thing," the song is 100 percent perfect for the always fashionable, always unstoppable Elle Woods — and the perfect song for the film's end credits.