This is from "Be My Girl," the debut single from New Kids on the Block back in 1986. The ballad got some airplay in the band's hometown of Boston, but failed to hit the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
New Kids on the Block asked their baby to please be theirs on "Are You Down?," another cut off their self-titled debut album.
BSB wanted to you to "get down" on "Get Down (You're the One for Me)," a track from their self-titled, debut album. "Get Down" was released overseas (going Top 10 across Europe and in Canada), but never saw a U.S. release.
That'd be the Backstreet Boys' debut single "We've Got It Goin' On," released in 1995.
BSB asked the question on "How Did I Fall in Love With You," off their 2000 LP 'Black & Blue.'
New Kids On The Block sang these sappy lyrics in "Never Gonna Fall In Love Again," off their No. 1 album 'Step By Step.'
Believe it or not, the Backstreet Boys sang this sultry line on their debut album from 1996. Nick Carter was only 16 when this song was released!
That's BSB again, singing on "If You Want It to Be Good Girl (Get Yourself a Bad Boy)" from 1997. Yup, Backstreet had a bad side.
That's taken from New Kids on the Block's "Cover Girl," a No. 2-peaking hit from 1989.
The Backstreet Boys sang about their "Poster Girl" on this track off their 2005 album 'Never Gone.'
Despite the boy mention, it was the New Kids who dropped this line on their "Funky, Funky Xmas" single for 1989 holiday season.
This is NKOTB with "Keep on Smilin', a track off their controversial 1994 album 'Face the Music.'
"Helpless When She Smiles" is the second single released from BSB's sixth LP 'Unbreakable,' their first without Kevin Richardson. (There's been no follow-up on whether Kevin also feels this way about smiles.)
Backstreet never declared themselves "Big" Boys, so this is from New Kids on the Block's 2008 track "Big Girl Now" that actually features a pre-fame Lady Gaga.
This is a tricky one: These lyrics were actually shouted by BSB member A. J. McLean at the beginning of their 2001 single, "The Call" in what's supposed to be a phone call recording.
New Kids on the Block sang that they'd "Give you some grown man" on this 2008 collaboration with the Pussycat Dolls. With five KNOTB members and five PCD members in 2008, that's 10 people singing on this track. Wow.
While still performing under the name Backstreet Boys, the band declared themselves men on 2000 single "Shape of My Heart," a Top 10 hit.