Top 10 Songs from 5 Seconds of Summer's Sounds Good Feels GoodTop 10 songs from 5 seconds of summer's second album 'Sounds Good Feels Good'
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Love it might copied Teenagers by My Chemical Romance
Love the song, so much feelings when I listen to it. It gives me a feeling of nostalgia because it's like an early 00's pop punk song. The lyrics are so emotional. Must be a single!
Great sound, great lyrics, great feels. In love with this song!
This song is beautiful. It should get more appreciation.V1 Comment
Just copied a Green Day song but love it
Love this song with all my heartV5 Comments
You say I need some kinda medication
It's the logo of the new broken scene and the song is amazing
This is my favorite so far, never get bored listening this song. Best lyrics best instrument. And best thing about this song is you got 2 Amazing song, my favorite is outer space but carry on is good too
This song sends chills down my spine.
it defines the new broken scene because the last words of the entire album are "you know it's gonna get better" and that sums up how much they care for us.
it's an amazing song and it definitely gives you the feels and really chill vibes.
overall, the album is absolutely amazing, but I'd have to call this song my anthem. :')
"The darkest night never felt so bright with you by my side" probably the best line on the entire album
Carry on is better than Outer spaceV6 Comments
At first, I wasn't a huge fan of 5sos. Their songs were catchy and all, but some of the lyrics were just annoying. Basically, I thought they only sang about girls and having fun and normal teenage celebrity stuff. When I started listening to the SGFG album, I just thought the album was mostly like their previous one. Especially after listening to "She's Kinda Hot," "Hey Everybody!," "Money," and "Permanent Vacation" etc. After Jet Black heart I was a bit surprised that the song had a deeper meaning then most of their other songs. When I came across this one, Broken Home, I just went into total shock. I have had a lot of family issues in the past, and I could strongly relate to the girl that was being sung about in the song. All my life, I have never come across a song I could relate to so much. I didn't even think that nowadays, people would write songs about that stuff. This song has really touched a very emotional part of my heart and it still does every time I listen to it.
This is one of the best songs lyrically it changed me and show how much 5sos has matured. I this song because song because it is the most relatable, and is a part of my daily playlist, just because it relates to me so much. This song should at least be in the top 5.
The first time I heard this song it made me cry, thinking about all the people who are like me and have gone through stuff like this to.
I really love that song for teenage girls obsessed with boy bands. It is like Green Day. I still like Broken Home.V2 Comments
Luke's voice in this song just blows me away
I love this song because it makes me feel loved somehow when I'm sad.
How dare you to put this song on 13th place?!V1 Comment
Nostalgic, meaningful, and CALUM HOOD.
This song is so deeply underrated. As one of the boys' slowest song it takes some getting used to. The metaphors in the song are extremely creative. I also like the overall feel or aura of the song and how the attitude changes abruptly into the middle of the song. When the riff comes in and the raw passion of Michael's voice starts to settle in it can easily be identified as one of their greatest songs.
This song has a deeper meaning and I feel most connected with it.V1 Comment
This song is just another reason why 5sos is so great
This is another reason why they should be considered a rock band
This could be my favorite on from the album but I love them all I don't think I can decide
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List StatsUpdated 3 Dec 2016
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2. Jet Black Heart
2. Hey Everybody