Great band who never got the credit they deserved! The single was very successful in Ireland, reaching number two in January 2005 on two separate occasions and totaling 23 weeks in the top 50.
I think it is so representive of the lack of musical talent that for one reason or another has come over green day.
He is in a conflict with himself.
Despite this, the song was overall more popular in Australia, finishing 2005 as the 31st best-selling single and earning a Platinum certification from the for sales exceeding 70,000 copies.
Bluegrass band Cornbread Red did a cover of the song on a tribute album to Green Day Pickin' on Green Day, while the German choir did a cover, on their album, in the style of a Gregorian Chant.
|Before I got into music more, this song got me through the toughest times||The band had to either break up or make it up|
|Now it's obvious that american idiot isnt green day's best stuff||Yes, their old 'fun' stuff about masturbation is excellent but that was written when his habits were 'chronic' as hes put it|
|The repetitive riff gets annoying after about 30 seconds||Each song is a different part of the story|
|I'll probably get flamed for this||I sought it out and found it last week, and am in the process of decoding it|
|Thats the part that really makes it horrible for me||Later versions see below used Aerosmith's original|
|Green Day is managing to break that trend with a highly complex narrative on American Idiot a teriffic album by the way , so keep in mind that their videos have absolutely squat to do with the message and concept their music is communicating||If Eileen cannot bother to hear metal, then I've proved my point that she's an inane individual that's brainwashed|
|There could be worse movies to waste a Sunday afternoon on||You must be a stupid teenybopper|
|The eyeliner, the tie, the whole attitude, images, and were you paying attention? I think 80% of their fans are||No one hears him, no one cares the happiness is gone and he walks alone|
|Billie Joe's vocals begin, accompanied by||But ever since Boulevard of Broken Dreams i've been passionate about music and the lyrics within|
|The whole song can be taken this way||The song was the ninth-highest-selling single of the 2000—2009 decade with worldwide sales exceeding 5 million copies|
|You can see the sadness in his eyes||This song means where that dude just came from partying,if u seen the video the car brakes down,i dont know why this video came out first b4 holiday because holiday is when it appears where the dude takes off from his home so he goes out to celebrate on the street and at the end of holiday the car brakes down and boulevard of broken dreams starts that he is all alone again as usual,nothing to do he is walking down a boulevard of broken dreams|
|The song's lyrics were written by lead singer , and the music was composed by the band||When you compare bands from classic rock with what you call 'rock', some of the so called 'rock' bands don't even play rock music, it is more alternative or pop, so you are comparing them incorrectly|
|So, did Oasis rip-off Dion and The Belmonts when they penned Wonderwall? Or they would, only to seem rebellious||This is my favorite song ever|
|I know it is a silly comparison but this song, in its lyrics, closely relates to the song Eleanor Righby by the Beatles||He began socializing with songwriters and|
|The song was ranked the number one on 's Reader's Choice: Singles of the Decade list in 2009 and number 65 on the 100 Best Songs of the Decade list in the same year||He blows his brains out into the bay|
|I don't think you can do that sort of thing by accident||I bet not one person who thinks green day is good has heard of The Ramones, or Sex pistols|
|Nearly every single green day album is in a different style to the last, do i hear anyone complainin about that? The movie had its moments but the once the twist in the plot was revealed it was quite predictable||They are just telling it how it is|
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