Featuring Lindsay Buckingham's delicate fingerpicking and a simple set of lyrics about picking yourself up after a breakup (via a fling with someone else), it's almost prayerful. Gloria Gaynor, "I Will Survive" (1978) ### This red-hot track was all about girl power before it was cool to say "girl power." "I Will Survive" recounts the events following a breakup and how they shape a woman into a badass who no longer needs the man who caused her grief.
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