50 Awesome Guilty Pleasure Songs We're Ashamed to Like (But Not Really)

Amy Grant "Baby Baby" (1991)

Album: Heart In Motion

The curly-haired sweetheart of '80s Christian pop reinvented herself as the curly-haired sweetheart of mainstream pop when she dropped her decidedly secular LP Heart In Motion in 1991. The album's sunny smash single "Baby Baby" was bigger than Jesus, hitting number one on Billboard and picking up Grammy nominations for Record and Song of the Year. Only Satan himself would be able to resist the bouncy synth track and Amy's wide-eyed declarations of love: "Stop for a minute-baby, I'm so glad you're mine." Whenever you're feeling down, pop Cole's Extreme Mix Volume 5 in your tape deck and get ratchet. -Brendan Frederick

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