J.A.R. (Jason Andrew Relva)

Album: International Superhits (1995)
Charted: 22
  • This song was written by Green Day bass player Mike Dirnt about his friend dying in a car accident and how the event taught Dirnt how to move on with his life. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Brandon - Las Vegas, NV
  • This was used in the movie 1995 movie Angus, starring George C. Scott.
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  • Joanna from London, United KingdomI think this is a good song,it has a good bassline! Also its cool that its not sad because its showing how to look positively at life even if there is something really bad happening like a friend dying. It expresses how Mike Dirnt has decided to do what he wants in life because it could end at any time. "i think its alrite that i do what i like coz thats the way i wanna live" shows how he wants to live life his way and not let anyone else stop him from doing what he believes.
  • Michelle from Brook Park, MnI like this song, but you would think if it were about Mike Dirnt's friend dying in a car accindent..that it would be more sad..
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