Ha Ha You're Dead

Album: Shenanigans (2002)
  • This was one of the few Green Day songs written by bassist Mike Dirnt. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Tubby - Hexham, England

Comments: 14

  • Logan from Indianapolis, InAwesome song! good job Mike!!!
  • Marcus from Stockholm, SwedenHa Ha you're dead
    The joke is over
    You were an asshole
    And now you're gone
    As your ship is going down
    I'll stand by and watch you drown

    Haha his dead:P
  • Sam from Deerfield, IlI play bass, and this is a great song. Go dirnt!
  • Corey from West Portsmouth, Oh, AfghanistanDirnt is a talented songwriter and a great bassist. Wonder if he'll go solo...
  • Jim from Ralston, Nekinda similar to platypus lyrically. good song.
  • Brad from Denver, Colongview is the best mike song
  • Bob from Rio Vista, CaAlex, I quote you:
    "Sounds like Blink-182!"
    Blink-182 ripped off Green Day.
  • Alex from Gourockbest song on the album. sounds like blink 182 cos its heavy on the bass... but so much better than any blink 182 song could ever sound (sorry to any die hard fans o theirs) best song mike wrote too. i just love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • J from Norfolk, Vaweird lyrics............COOL!!!!
  • Sonu from Dubai, OtherYes this is also one of Greendays best songs.i love to sing along.
  • Jordan from Miramichi, CanadaTHIS SONG IS SO THE BEST SONG ON SHENANIGANS!
  • Alex from Loveland, Cothis song is awesomely awesome!!!
  • Hannah from Maple Grove, Mnthis song is awesome!!!
  • Diz from York, PaThis song rocks my socks. It seems to be forgotten by everyone. Makes me sad.
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