Shut Up

Album: Take Off Your Pants And Jacket (2001)
  • Mark Hoppus: "Throughout life, people will try to control you, tell you how you should live, what you should think, how you should act. This is my message to those people. Like Bad Religion says: 'Everybody knows what's best for you.'" >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Tim - Pittsburgh, PA

Comments: 5

  • Ben from Gosford, AustraliaThis is a dark song I reckon- to me it's about someone who gets into an irreversable fight with their parents/ someone they're involved with and the only solution is to pack up and leave home.
  • Jess from Scaberdeen, Australialol this is the song i play really loud at home to send my parents a subtle message
  • Jeff from Sothington, Ctyes its beautufil, people tell u how to live, and act, and to think....so Shup The !@#$ up~
  • Florabelle from Canterbury, Englandi know all the words to this, also my favourite song from this album- but blink 182 do so many good songs|!!!
  • Maria from Nowhere, Othermy fav song from the album
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