Emo Kid

Album: Earection (2006)

Songfacts®:

  • This novelty song is poking fun of the stereotypical image we tend to give to the the people we call "Emos," which is characterized by a defeatist attitude and shaggy hair. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Arianna - Largo, FL

Comments: 7

  • Nicole from Bronx, United Kingdomlol i love this song! even if im emo and it makes fun of ppl like me its just SOOOO halarious!
  • Indigo from Adelaide, AustraliaThis is so funny. i don't think it's mean, i think it's just making a joke of how emo is such a popular stereotype now, and how you do anything like wear black or paint your nails you are labled "emo". it's overly dramtic which makes it hilarious.
  • Makaladawn from Gold River, NsHa i love this song i laughed my ass off it was hiloarous!!!!!
  • Sarah from Fairway, KsLol im not emo and i love this song! I hate that stereotype because i might be kinda emo-i think poseur more like. My friends often make statements suggesting that if ur emo u cut urself and want to kill urself. It bugs me. I guess it is kinda mean but funny. You guys should watch the Sweeney Todd version. Search under 'Funny Sweeney'.
  • Caitlin from Phoenixville, Pahaha i love this song. it's really funny. but i do think its kinda mean. cause i hate that sterotype a lot.
  • Ozzy from Fresno, CaI hope im not emo bc i agree w/ "reading catcher in the rye" and "screw x-box i play old school nintendo"
    lol
  • Brianna from Philadelphia, PaHAHA! When Iheard this song, i fell in love with it. Atleast I'm not the only one who cries during classes...
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