Remember Me

Album: Hoobastank (2001)
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  • This is about a "friend" lead singer Doug Robb had back in high school. Doug has said that he had his own group of friends and if he went back now, his teachers wouldn't recognize him. This song, however, is about a person who won't give you the time of day, but when you make it big and become famous, would be more than happy to hang out with you. >>
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    Austin - Collierville, TN

Comments: 4

  • Zero from The Abyss, NjYouTube "They Sure Don't Make Basketball Shorts Like They Used To" by Hoobastank. It's AMAZING!
  • Andrew from Evansville, InI love this song! it was from the days that Hoobastnak was actually good. Now their songs sound like something a teen garage band would sing...bad hoobastank..shame on you! but this song and album was AMAZING!!
  • Ana from Lokev, Europei like ti very much. it sounds so real.
  • Hassan from Nyc, NyI never heard of this song, it is good?
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