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50 Songs Everyone Who Went Though A Scene Phase Will Forever Know Every Word To

"It's not a phase, mom."

50 Songs Everyone Who Went Though A Scene Phase Will Forever Know Every Word To

At the peak of a person's angsty (pre)teen years, they often feel misunderstood and as if no one understands them. People take to expressing themselves through their looks, the way they dress, and the music they listen to. A mood that these teens often take on is a "scene" or "emo" phase where they basically have a "f- the world" attitude. From the constant "it's not a phase, mom" to the excessive eye amounts of eyeliner, from the dark clothes and dyed hair to the distinctive music, the scene can be pretty intense.

Here are 50 songs that everyone who has gone through this phase knows and can still bop to today and always:

1. "The Anthem" by Good Charlote

2. "Hello Fascination" by Breathe Carolina

3. "The Curse of Curves" by Cute Is What We Aim For

4. "I'm Not Okay (I Promise)" by My Chemical Romance

5. "Ocean Avenue" by Yellowcard

6. "Shake It" by Metro Station

7. "The Kill" by Thirty Seconds To Mars

8. "If You Can't Hang" by Sleeping With Sirens

9. "Loverboy" by You Me At Six

10. "MakeDamnSure" by Taking Back Sunday

11. "The Best of Me" by The Starting Line

12. "Rumor Mill " by We Are The In Crowd

13. "Love Your Friends, Die Laughing" by Man Overboard

14. "Have Faith In Me" by A Day To Remember

15. "Go to Hell, for Heaven's Sake" by Bring Me The Horizon

16. "Perfect" by Simple Plan

17. "Caraphernelia" by Pierce The Veil

18. "Damned If I Do Ya" by All Time Low

19. "Second & Sebring" by Of Mice & Men

20. "Sink or Swim" by Falling In Reverse

21." A Prophecy" by Asking Alexandria

22. "I Write Sins Not Tragedies" by Panic! at the Disco

23. "A Little Less Sixteen Candles, A Little More Touch Me" by Fall Out Boy

24. "Three Cheers for Five Years" by Mayday Parade

25. "Misery Business" by Paramore

26. "Dark Blue" by Jack's Mannequin

27. "Such Small Hands" by La Dispute

28. "Trouble" by nevershoutnever

29. "Ohio is for Lovers" by Hawthorne Heights

30. "In Friends We Trust" by Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!

31. "I Miss You" by Blink-182

32. "Check Yes, Juliet" by We The Kings

33. "The Quiet Things That No One Ever Knows" by Brand New

34. "In Too Deep" by Sum 41

35. "Hey Brittany" by Forever the Sickest Kids

36. "Everything I Ask For" by The Maine

37. "Honestly" by Cartel

38. "Checkmarks" by The Academy Is...

39. "The Great Escape" by Boys Like Girls

40. "Vindicated" by Dashboard Confessional

41. "The Boys of Summer" by the Ataris 

42. "Calling All Skeletons" by Alkaline Trio

43. "Buried Myself Alive" by The Used

44. "Between You and I" by Every Avenue 

45. "My Heroine" by Silverstein 

46. "My Friends Over You" by New Found Glory

47. "American Idiot" by Green Day 

48. "Heroes Get Remembered, Legends Never Die" by Four Year Strong

49. "Swimming Pool" by The Front Bottoms

50. "Miss Murder" by AFI

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