This early Simple Plan song is about being immature and proud of it; you just want to be yourself and have fun without people telling you to grow up.
Suggestion credit: Melissa - Toledo, OH
Some of the group's pop-punk contemporaries get a mention in the line, "GC, Sum and Blink and MXPX rocking my room." This refers to Good Charlotte, Sum 41, blink-182 and MXPX.
This appeared on the soundtrack to the 2002 movie Scooby-Doo and also on some releases of the band's debut album, No Pads, No Helmets... Just Balls. In 2004, animated version of the band appeared on the cartoon series What's New Scooby-Doo?
'Im Impolite and I make fun of everyone!' this line fits me sooooo much :)
Brittany from Townsville, AustraliaI LOVE THIS SONG SOOOOO MUCH IT IS ROCKIN IN MI ROOM. and the line "GC, Sum, Blink 1 and AnXP is rocking my world" i have my version of it and it is "SP, FOB and Green Day are rockin mi room. i also spend hours on the phone and im fine i dont want to grow up.
Faxmachine from Nyc, Nd2 words: My life!!!!!!!!
Eric Cartman from What, United Statesi love this song cuz it explains them and all their fans and how everyone wants to have fun and if you tell them grow up they dont care they will still be themself
Beans from Philadelphia, Pathis is an awesome song and it describes everyone i know we all just want to have fun!
Cortney from Claremore, OkThis is one of the best songs in the world by the best band in the world!!! It just expresses that you're not willing to start acting older than you are and you want to have fun while you can. It totally describes my personality and how I am(just ask anyone I know!!!!!!!!)!!!!!!!!
Lissa from Austin, TxI love this song. It says what I'm feeling. I'm not immture I just like to have fun and be crazy. Just be a kid. Some people don't understand but I just wanna have fun. I also love all the bands mentioned in the song. Good Charlotte, Sum 41, Blink 182, MXPX!! Great song!
Elvis Presley's "A Little Less Conversation" was just a minor hit when it was released in 1968, but a 2002 remix made the song a global smash, taking it to #1 in a number of countries, including Australia and the UK.