At first, the song "Good Things" sounds like a common variation on some pop-music tropes: The singers repeatedly use the word "you" to form a bond with the listener. They offer inspirational encouragement and promise that they'll be there to support "you."
But that's not why the song feels instantly familiar even when you hear it for the first time. The song generates a sense of recognition because the band The House Jacks pieced the lyrics together entirely out of old advertising slogans and product jingles.
Watch the video below to test your recall. Can you match the slogans to the brands?
How many of the slogans did you recognize? To check your answers, click here to see the video with the brand names revealed.