The Grouch


  • This Song is about a man growing older and more grumpy. It was written by Billie Joe Armstrong after he had a fight with his wife, Adie. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Molly - Swan Reach, Australia

Comments: 6

  • Monica from West Hartford, Ctlove this song--reminds me of my husband in a cute, lovable way!
  • Dominique from --, Nythis song is good. and the nickname doesn't even matter so don't worry about...all of you. love this song.
  • Rob from Bronx, NyAdie is Adrienne's YOUR research lol, and spell her name right.
  • Jordan from --, Inwell, i guess the name kinda matters but this song is awsome. for some reason, i though of my boyfriend when i heard this song. we never had a fight...oh well. love the song!
  • James from Adelaide, Australiagosh, get it right. it really doesnt matter. good song tho. one of my fave ones by greenday
  • Katie from Mc, Inhis wife's name is Adriene. do your research.
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