Hayley has then stated in a live tour that it is simply a song their fans can sing with them.
A lot has changed in that decade – both for the band and for the music world and quote-unquote ‘scene’ that raised it – but which album holds up as the definitive Paramore record?
back last october i was in a relationship with this one girl, whom i guess you could consider a prep just like the girl in the song.
anyway whenever i mentioned other girls i'd always have to tell her "don't worry, she and i are just friends. Since "the girl" in the video shoved a group of cheereleaders, I'd hazard that she's NOT a prep...
DAVID JAMES YOUNG wrapped his ears around both to determine if Misery is still the Business or if their 2017 output gets the last Laugh.
Hayley Williams on vocals, Jeremy Davis on bass and the Farro brothers – Josh and Zac – on guitars and drums, respectively.
Josh Farro, the pop-punk quartet’s 20-year-old guitarist, wears a look of concern and resignation.
“I asked for it extra hot,” he says, shrugging apologetically as he hands a soy-six-pump-extra-hot-no-water chai to 19-year-old flame-haired singer Hayley Williams.
I don't wish bad things upon them, but unfortunately, my trusty ol' friend Karma has paid both of them many visits this past i remember the first time i watched the music video for this song. but enough about that.i can relate to the song in a really twisted way.
These are all innocent lyrics when they are high school games, but in my world...was my husband.
I just believe there are healthier ways to prove your worth.
[Verse 1] I've hoped for change It gets better everyday I've hoped for change But still I feel the same There's something wrong Cause everybody knows That we can't do this on our own [Hook] And we got everybody singing Whoa whoa oh whoa whoa oh And we got everybody singing Whoa whoa oh whoa whoa oh [Verse 2] We're doing fine And it gets better every time We're doing fine But I'll let you decide There's something wrong Cause everybody knows That we can do this all alone [Hook] [Verse 3] And I'll confess That I can be a little selfish Yeah I'll admit I don't want you to help me through this I don't want to start over again [Hook] [Outro] And I'll confess That I can be a little selfish I can I can Yeah I'll admit I don't want you to get me through this I don't want to start over again The seventh song off Paramore’s debut album.
The song talks about how we hurt ourselves emotionally when we feel with our heart or follow our heart rather than thinking with our head.
“But it’s still hardly hot at all.” Williams gamely accepts the tea. Paramore earned a gold record for their second album, Riot!