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What Green Day song gives you the chills?


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I don't even remember the last time I got chills off a Green Day song, to be honest :unsure:


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The bridge on Platypus!!!! .i.



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I get wet as soon as I hear when I come around.


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Hi, turns out there's already a thread with almost exactly the same title as the one you made! So I've merged yours with it :)

So carry on everyone, and a reminder that you should make sure to say WHY a song gives you chills, because just listing song names is boring.
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Macy's Day Parade and JOS, Macy's Day Parade because, I don't even know why, I've gotten the chills ever since I first heard it, and JOS, the next to last verse:

I don't feel any shame, I won't apologize
When there ain't nowhere you can go
Running away from pain when you've been victimized
Tales from another broken home


Edited by CominHome, 22 July 2014 - 01:34 PM.


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The first time I heard the Missing you demo. It just seemed to have so much more emotion than the studio version

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Hi, turns out there's already a thread with almost exactly the same title as the one you made! So I've merged yours with it :)So carry on everyone, and a reminder that you should make sure to say WHY a song gives you chills, because just listing song names is boring.


Not a problem.

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The bridges of Give Me Novacaine and Restless Heart Syndrome always give me chills, they're big, driving, and super powerful.

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"fuck time" the idea of billie pounding me gives me the the chills



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There have been a lot of instances where GD songs have given me chills (J.A.R, Minority, Macy's Day Parade, JOS, Holiday, BOBD, Brutal love, etc. all have before) but Are We The Waiting does it the most consistently. The opening is fantastic. 

 

Starry nights city lights coming down over me
Skyscrapers and stargazers in my head
 

I've always had an affinity for the "big lights, big city" vibe I suppose and the way his voice echoes at the end of each line just gets me. It's both haunting and magical.  


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