Top 10 The Wonder Years SongsBest songs from the Pop-punk band, The Wonder Years
Emotional, relatable, and catchy this song is the best song the Wonder Years have put out to date.
The closing song of the bands 4th record not only sums up the record but sums up the bands "depression trilogy." As Soupy belts the belts the closing lyrics;
'Cause I'm sick of seeing ghosts
And I know how it's all gonna end.
There's no triumph waiting.
There's no sunset to ride off in.
We all want to be great men
And there's nothing romantic about it.
I just want to know that I did all I could with what I was given.'
You can't help but get the chills.
A catchy, fast paced song about giving up on important things to try and accomplish a dream that might not even pan out. A great song to blast in your car
From a lyrical perspective, perhaps the greatest song ever written
An emotional song that most everyone can relate to at some point in your life when you feel like nothing has gone right for you.
It is good yes
Not really a happy song but a bit more upbeat then other wonder years songs. It's catchy and you'll find yourself with the chorus stuck in your head all the time.
Everything that Soupy finds is wrong, he lets it all out in one song.
An emotionally song about a breakup and not knowing how it got that way and what to do after.
The second single off of The Greatest Generation is a touching song about how Soupy couldn't be there for his grandfather because of being on tour. It's catchy and a song that's relatable for people with lost loved ones
Honestly this song just speaks to my soul. It's an anthem for anyone depressed when you find out its in your blood and there's nothing you could have done to prevent it.
"This towns got lies to tell" everyone has secrets and everyone wants to get away from where they are thinking it's going to be better somewhere else.
The closing of this song has to be one of the most iconic moments in the history of music.
"I am not sad anymore
I am just tired of this place
If this year would just end
I think we'd all be okay"
No matter who you are, you can relate to this.
The way Soupy puts emotion into this song is like no other.
This song has great guitar and lyrics a lot of us can relate to.