Top Ten Best Songs On Tyler Joseph's "No Phun Intended"AnonymousChick
The Top Ten
Ugh. I could talk forever about this song and how it's impacted me, but if you haven't heard it, I want you to listen to it now and just focus on the lyrics. Listen another time for the piano. Listen a third time for the cracks in his voice, the amount of soul he pours in. Listen one last time to take it all in and just let that overcome you. And think. Because this song is a masterpiece, especially for somebody who made it in his college years.
Me: *blows loudly into tissue* Don't say it...
Tyler: can you drown me, please?
Me: *grossly sobbing* HOW DARE YOU CAUSE ME THIS PAIN? WHO GAVE YOU THE RIGHT TO MAKE ME FEEL SO SAD? - Supernatural
This song is amazing!
The fact that this isn’t number one is blasphemy! I’ll let myself out.
This one ruins me so much. Like, I could be having the bes day of my life but I hear this and I'm in tears. - AnonymousChick
The piano intro was like a stab of depression right in the heart. - AnonymousChick
This is my favorite song it is so beautiful
*sobs* Jenna proved him wrong... - AnonymousChick
Honestly? Best vocals ever..
These lyrics are pure poetry.
I LOVE - JamesBourne
There is something so raw about this song, I can't explain it.
Why is this so low!? Hands down the best song on this album. People shouldn't be allowed to vote on this list unless they've heard every song on the album. This is insane.
Shouldn’t be lower than Taco Bell Saga.
I was really creeped out when I found out that the creaking sound in the song was from a noose. Tyler, why man? Just why? That freaked me out. - Supernatural
How could you forget?
This song isn't real. It's just an alternate title for Hear Me Now. - UltimateCraig
The refrain on this just kills my soul
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