12 Songs Every Former Emo Kid Knows By Heart
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12 Songs Every Former Emo Kid Knows By Heart

These songs really helped you transfer into your emo phases.

12 Songs Every Former Emo Kid Knows By Heart

Let's face it. Everyone has been there and done that when it comes to the emo lifestyle. Once upon a time, you had the jelly bracelets, studded belts, and black Chucks. Here are 12 songs every former emo kid knows by heart!

1. "Makedamnsure" by Taking Back Sunday

The perfect breakup emo song. And let's face it - the fact there are no spaces between the title words, made it so edgy.

2. "Perfect" by Simple Plan

Your go-to song anytime you had a fight with your parents.

3. "Misery Business" by Paramore

The ultimate revenge song for any breakup. Not to mention you secretly wanted Haley Williams' hair.

4. "Scars" by Papa Roach

The song you listen to when you just cared too much and everyone let you down.

5. "Ohio Is For Lovers" by Hawthorne Heights

The song you listened to when you wanted to hear just a touch of screamo.

6. "Helena" by My Chemical Romance

Because you were simply in love with Gerard Way and his guyliner. Plus the dancing in the music video was just amazing.

7. "Sugar We're Going Down" by Fall Out Boy

FOB really helped you fall into the Emo phase. All the eyeliner and trucker hats were what drew you in.

8. "Miss Murder" by AFI

Two words. Lip ring.

9. "Miserable at Best" by Mayday Parade

Because this song spoke the truth about moving on and letting go. It's simply hard.

10. "I Write Sins Not Tragedies" by Panic! At The Disco

Because the circus theme drew you in. And his voice finished the job.

11. "The Anthem" by Good charlotte

The song that told you to raise a middle finger and rebel against everything and everyone.

12. "All That I've Got" by The Used

Because we can all relate to the days we just wanted to sleep off our bad days alone.

Want to turn back time? Here's the playlist that will make your Emo heart whole again.

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