To anyone who says they’re nostalgic for 90s music, point them to this song and ask if they still are.
Here’s a tip, if you want to have a break up song that has us sympathize for the main protagonist, don’t start the song with “No one’s gonna love you like I do”.
To celebrate Halloween, I decide to show you guys something really scary… a generic pop song where women objectify themselves, from 2009 no less. This is as tasty as Double Bubble bubblegum.
There are certain bands where the “emo” title they are given probably goes too far. Simple Plan are not one of those bands, and this is their worst song to date. And the worst part is, I can actually relate to the lyrics.
Special thanks to Cesar Marines for the request. As for the song itself, it’s not the worst song I’ve ever heard, especially when we have Surrounded by Silence to compare it to, but yeah, this song is a mess.
Oh God childhood why! Mid 2000s cheese at it’s purest!
If it weren’t for this review I wouldn’t touch this song with 49 and a half foot pole. This song and many others like it need to burn in dirty and very generic pop song hell.
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