What Is Your 50's Anthem?

What song would've lit up your life in this one-of-a-kind decade?

Johan Beornson The Ist
On Nov 29, 2018

Which would you rather do!?

Choose your choice of Retro Cinema!

Elizabeth Taylor or Audrey Hepburn?

Which of these food adjectives most closely describes you?

Choose your 50's swatch:

Pick a 1950's hero:

Are you "old-fashioned"?

If you had to eat one of the following dishes for the rest of your life, it would be:

Country, Salsa, or Jazz?

Which do you prefer?

"You Make Me Feel So Young" - Frank Sinatra (1956)

"You Make Me Feel So Young" - Frank Sinatra (1956)

Youthful at heart and full of timeless energy, Sinatra's "You Make Me Feel So Young" dominated the charts in the 50s - and we think it's the perfect song for you! A playful soul whose love of life is contagious, your glass is always half full and never half empty. Others feed off of your bravado and charm, and you can fill a room with your happiness if you choose to!

"Jailhouse Rock" - Elvis Presley (1957)

"Jailhouse Rock" - Elvis Presley (1957)

A record chart topping hit from the King of Rock n' Roll himself, "Jailhouse Rock" by the one and only Elvis Presley is the anthem for you! Adventurous, outgoing, and a fan of popular culture - your life is like a rollercoaster of crazy ups and ridiculous downs. But no matter what happens, you always find the strength and energy to keep pushing forward - and do so with a smile on your face that's to die for!

"La Bamba" - Ritchie Valens (1958)

"La Bamba" - Ritchie Valens (1958)

An innately creative and cultured individual, Ritchie Valens' "La Bamba" forms the beat of your drum! An amazingly infectious classic, this Latin hit perfectly encapsulates the colorful and diverse makings of your mind and soul. While others follow the black and white or the yes and no, you're busy coloring outside of the lines and making art out of everyday life. Don't ever let anyone change your beautiful heart!

"Great Balls of Fire" - Jerry Lee Lewis (1957)

"Great Balls of Fire" - Jerry Lee Lewis (1957)

Did we shake your nerves or perhaps rattle your brain!? Does too much lovin' drive you insane? We're betting on all of the above, because your 50s anthem is "Great Balls of Fire" by the one of a kind Jerry Lee Lewis! A fiery and passionate individual who's prone to acts of reckless abandon and rebellious outcries - Your life is never boring, and you like it that way. Your true test in life will be finding others that can keep up with your wit and drive, and goodness gracious - we think you can do just that!

"Walkin' After Midnight" - Patsy Cline (1957)

"Walkin' After Midnight" - Patsy Cline (1957)

Down to Earth and fond of the simple things in life, your 50s theme song is "Walkin' After Midnight" by the irreplaceable Patsy Cline! A country-western classic by one of the genre's all-time greats, this smooth southern hit encapsulates your laid back vibe and old-school tendencies while also speaking to the "sweep me off my feet and pull me up onto a horse" side of your hopelessly romantic heart. If you've found that special someone, try taking a romantic moonlight stroll with them after midnight and tell us if this song doesn't get stuck in your head.