It's been almost 23 years since New Radicals scored a huge (and it turns out, their only) hit with 'You Get What You Give' - but if you're pretending you still don't know every single word, you're only lying to yourself.
Gregg Alexander, the frontman of the indie-pop band, has since worked as a songwriter and producer for hire. Fun fact: he wrote Ronan Keating's 'Life is a Rollercoaster' as well as hits for everyone from Sophie Ellis-Bextor to Santana and Rod Stewart, as well as songs from the soundtrack of John Carney's 'Begin Again'.
However, the now-50-year-old is getting the band back together for a very special occasion this week: Joe Biden's inauguration.
While New Radicals won't play at the ceremony itself, they'll play the virtual 'Biden-Harris Parade Across America' event. 'You Get What You Give' featured prominently in Biden's election campaign, so it's not a complete curveball. Biden has also spoken about it became his late son Beau's 'theme song' during his battle with cancer.
Alexander said: "If there’s one thing on Earth that would possibly make us get the band together, if only for a day, it is the hope that our song could be even the tiniest beacon of light in such a dark time.
"America knows in its heart that things will get bright again with a new administration and a real plan for vaccines on the way. ‘That’s the message of the song… this world is gonna pull through."