For years, there were all kinds of boy bands that gained loads of popularity in the music industry. While there may not be as many girl groups, as they are often called, there are some that almost immediately come to mind when you’re talking about musical groups that are based on gender. Fifth Harmony is definitely one of the groups that most people think of first. If you’re curious, you might want to check out the music of Fifth Harmony member Lauren Jauregui. To get you started, here are 10 of her best songs.
10. Worth It (2015)
Have you ever experienced a time when you really wanted to do something, yet you weren’t entirely sure that it was worth the effort required in order to make it happen? On the other hand, you may know from the onset that whatever you decide to accomplish is worth the amount of effort you have to put in, even if it requires loads of blood, sweat and tears. If you’ve ever been in either of these situations, then you will be able to relate well to the lyrics of this song.
9. That’s My Girl (2016)
The title of this song pretty much says it all. It tells the story of someone who is talking to another person and expressing their desire to be with someone. In the song, they’re talking about being proud of this individual and saying that they belong to them because of the pride they have in them. At the same time, they’re basically putting anyone else who might be interested on notice, telling them to go away before things get ugly.
8. Work from Home (2016)
As you can see from the title of this song, the idea of working from home was popular even before COVID. Of course, the lyrics in the song are a bit tongue-in-cheek, but if you think about the benefits and the potential pitfalls of working from home in a literal sense, you’ll quickly get the idea of this song.
7. I’m in Love with a Monster (2015)
Sometimes, love just doesn’t work out. You might fall madly in love, feeling head over heels for someone. However, you may also find out over a period of time that this love isn’t what you thought it would be. imagine how horrible it would be to fall in love with someone, only to realize at a later date that they are a truly horrible individual. It can and does happen and that’s exactly what the lyrics in this song speak to.
6. Expectations (2018)
Everybody has expectations about something. Maybe your expectations involve a relationship or perhaps you just started a new job and you have a certain idea of what it should be like. Whatever your personal expectations might be, this is a song that will probably speak to your heart, provided you have experienced some type of situation where you expected one thing but ended up getting something else entirely.
5. More Than That (2019)
Do you ever have those days where you simply feel like whatever you have just isn’t enough? Maybe you want to further your education, make more money, fill up your clothes closet or have something completely different. Whatever it is you’re working toward, it’s important to remember that you’re worth more than the leftovers someone else tries to hand you. Just as the song says, you’re worth more than that. Therefore, you should never be fearful about standing up for yourself as long as you do it respectfully. Otherwise, people will end up taking advantage of your kindness and they’ll simply show up at your house wanting something without even asking if it’s a good time or not.
4. Don’t Say You Love Me (2017)
This song is like a cross between a love song and a power ballad that is designed to make you feel like you can take on the whole world without even breaking a sweat in the process. At its core, it is a song that is asking the person in the story not to tell their significant other they love them unless they are willing to back it up with regard to how they act. In other words, simply saying the words isn’t enough. Instead, it requires that you put in the time and effort to make a relationship work.
3. All in My Head (2016)
Do you ever have those days where you feel insecure, maybe even paranoid? In your mind, you know that the feelings you’re experiencing during those times aren’t correct. However, it would seem that the brain almost always forgets to tell the heart this and therefore, many people end up mourning the loss of a relationship or particular situation when they don’t really need to. The moral of the story is to do your best to avoid allowing paranoia to take over your life.
2. In Your Phone (2017)
Imagine what it would be like to go through your significant other’s phone and find all kinds of pictures you weren’t expecting to find. On the other hand, stop and think about how much you value the pictures you have in your own phone. The truth of the matter is that you can tell a great deal about a person’s life by simply looking to see what’s in their phone, ranging from text messages to social media posts.
1. Invisible Chains (2020)
Have you ever felt like you were invisible? Maybe you were speaking and someone continued to talk over you. At other times, you may hear someone ask for your opinion, but then they choose not to follow your advice. Unfortunately, this is something we all go through at one time or another. While it can certainly make you feel invisible, it’s important to remember that this really isn’t the case at all.
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