By Mandi Bierly
June 16, 2011 at 10:30 PM EDT

The beauty of iTunes is that you can shop a la carte. The interesting thing is when you purchase an older song and find yourself wondering if anyone else has ever done it before or after you. Let’s use the power of the Internet to find out. List the songs you’d like to think someone else has bought. If you see a track on someone else’s list that you own, let them know they’re not alone. This is a shame-free zone. To prove it, here’s my list: 

The Refreshments’ “Banditos”

Kenny Loggins’ “Meet Me Half Way” (from Over the Top)

Kenny Rogers & Sheena Easton’s “We’ve Got Tonight”

Paul Anka’s “Hold Me ‘Til the Morning Comes” featuring Peter Cetera

Robin Zander and Ann Wilson’s “Surrender to Me” (ah, Tequila Sunrise)

David Foster and Marilyn Martin’s “And When She Danced (Love Theme from Stealing Home)”*

*This isn’t actually on my iPod because it’s available album-only, and I haven’t been able to rationalize paying $9.99 for it. Yet.