1. "Amor Prohibido" By Selena Quintanilla
This classic by the Queen of Tejano music is still being blasted in homes worldwide! She taught you to shake off the haters one hip swing at a time.
2. "La Vida Es Un Carnaval" by Celia Cruz
This anthem for positivity added every needed bit of azucar in your life. It got your family off their feet and taught that life isn't as serious as people make it out to be.
3. "Vuela Vuela" by Magneto
The fabulous '90s beat and upbeat lyrics are every bit of motivation anyone could ever need. Reaching for your dreams is easy when you've got Magneto encouraging you.
4. "La Incondicional" By Luis Miguel
Being well-versed in the issues of love at the age of 10 is perfectly normal when you've got Luis Miguel to guide you through. The emotion in this song is so powerful that you could just feel his heartbreak.
5. "Suavemente" by Elvis Crespo
The classic jam must have inspired millions to smooch both on and off the dance floor. Even if you didn't want to know the words, you did anyway.
6. "Macarena" by Los del Rio
This is the one song that even your white friends know. The Macarena is not just a song, it's a MOVEMENT.
7. "Pelo Suelto" by Gloria Trevi
Forget scrunchies. Gloria and all that crazy hair inspired you to let your hair down and be whoever the hell you want to be because fuck everyone else.
8. "Amor a la Mexicana" by Thalia
Knowing what you want in a man is good, and Thalia showed just how good she likes it. This ode to Mexican-style love is the DGAF anthem that made you hungry with power.
9. "Ese Hombre Es Mio" by Paulina Rubio
As a child, you might have used “mio” to claim some toy or snack. Paulina taught you that "mio" could claim a man, too.
10. "Ingrata" by Café Tacuba
There's not enough time in your day for an ungrateful lover. Luckily you had this song to teach you just that.
11. "Vivir Sin Aire" by Maná
A lost love hurts, sure, but when Mana sings about it, it makes that hurt a little more tolerable.
12. "Estoy Aquí" By Shakira
Shakira Shakira! You almost wanted to have your heart broken just so you could put this song on an endless loop.
13. "No Rompas Más Mi Pobre Corazón" by Caballo Dorado
Every wedding and quince just wouldn't be the same without this Spanish "Achy Breaky Heart." You've known that line dance since the day you left the womb.
14. "No Controles" by Flans
Instead of being just another pawn in the game of life, Flans showed you that you're an i-n-d-e-p-e-n-d-e-n-t person who refuses to be chained down!
15. "La Cumbia Sampuesana" by Aniceto Molina
This goes to show that it takes very few words to get an entire crowd off their seats and moving around. ¡Baile con ganas!
16. "Frijolero" by Molotov
This song helped make you more socially aware in the funniest way possible. It should be played at every bar in the US during Cinco de Mayo.
17. "Súbete A Mi Moto" By Menudo
Before One Direction, there was Menudo. If only it was Ricky Martin could actually give you a ride on his moto.
18. "La Negra Tomasa" by Caifanes
Whether or not the song is about a lover is up in the air, but there's no denying the love runs WAY deep.
19. "La Culebra" by Banda Machos
For all the snake haters and people who hate snake-like people in general.
20. "Cómo Te Voy A Olvidar" by Los Ángeles Azules
They have the word "blue" in their name for this reason. Moving on in life is never easy, but Los Ángeles Azules helped talk you through that pain together.
21. "De Punta a Punta" by Alvaro Torres
In hindsight, a love song this passionate about sex probably wasn't appropriate to play around young ones. But there's no denying that your madre probably played it anyway.
22. "Tú Y Yo Somos Uno Mismo" by Timbiriche
Timbiriche's pain demonstrates why it's important to be a whole person yourself before falling in love!
23. "Acá Entre Nos" by Vicente Fernandez
A heart's wounds will never feel as fresh as Vicente's. It probably demonstrated to you at a young age that tequila can't always fix all your problems.
24. "A Puro Dolor" By Son By Four
Yes, this is another heartbreak ballad, but you can feel the soul of the song even if you've lost all faith in love by this point.
25. "Lamento Boliviano" by Enanitos Verdes
Los Enanitos Verdes showed you what being drunk in love ACTUALLY meant.
26. "Mí Tierra" by Gloria Estefan
Though Gloria was referring back to her Cuban roots, "La Tierra" taught you just how beautiful your own individual roots can be, no matter where they are.
27. "No Podrás" by Christian Castro
Falling out of love doesn't necessarily mean the slate is wiped clean. Love lingers and your love for Christian is probably still lingering.
28. "Enternamente Bella" by Alejandra Guzmán
While Lana Del Rey is asking whether or not you'll still love her when she's no longer beautiful, Alejandra is let you know that she'll ALWAYS be on top of her game.
29. "Provocame" by Chayanne
Being a heartbreak guru as a child was no easy task, but singing for love was so much sweeter. Chayanne taught you that making the first move can lead to great things in life. For example, getting with Chayanne.
30. "La Bilirrubina" by Juan Luis Guerra
Love is an illness and this song was definitive proof of that.
31. "Que No Quede Huella" by Bronco
This tune was always played in your home whether or not anyone was actually sad. It's just that good. At least Bronco warns listeners that some tears will be comin' in the very first line.
32. "De Música Ligera" by Soda Stereo
This one of the most poetic and cryptic songs you'll ever remember. At only seven lines, the song is still able to carry a powerful punch.
33. "Vivir Lo Nuestro" by Marc Anthony and La India
This song taught you that love can feel as liberating as flying. Get them a magic carpet immediately.
34. "Matador" by Fabulosos Cadillacs
For all those folks who felt like they were on the road less traveled, this was their anthem. The killer metaphor may have been misinterpreted when you were a child, but now you're a revolutionary in your own right because of this song.