Every few years, a band comes out with a song that by the very nature of its lyrics, becomes an instant yearbook quote favorite, and shows up in all those graduation-themed Kodak and Folger's ads.
A few years ago, it was Green Day's "Time of Your Life," for wistful grad-ready lyrics such as "So take the photographs and still frames in your mind /Hang it on a shelf, in good health and good time."
I think in my own '80s era, it was "Don't You Forget About Me," by Simple Minds and featured in "The Breakfast Club. ("Slow change may pull us apart, when the light gets into your heart, baby.")
I think the latest nomination has to go to Nickelback's "Photograph," though, with lines like "Every memory of looking out the back door / I had the photo album spread out on my bedroom floor /It's hard to say it, time to say it /Goodbye, goodbye..."