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    cutieblobsIl y a jour

    its almost holiday :D

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    Amber133 XoIl y a 2 jours

    This song is about the American government and society during the Iraqi War. It begins by commenting on how the thousands of dead Americans and Iraqis are nameless to the average American citizen. This song expresses resentment with the corporate greed and corruption involved in the "rebuilding" effort, and shows how the average protester realizes that the pro-war money involved has more power than they can ever have. It also points out the irony of the Christian right-wing feeling religiously justified in this war: "Can I get another 'Amen'? There's a flag wrapped around the score of men." This follows the story on the album. Jesus of Suburbia has just left town and he's living his life on the streets ("Hear the sound of the falling rain..."). He's speaking out loud and acting in vain, but it seems like he's talking himself into believing that running away was the right thing to do, explaining his reasons of discontent to himself. He still feels alone, and shunned from society, but it seems he feels a little more self-confidence and happiness out on the road. It's Jesus of Suburbia yelling out and expressing his own dead beliefs onto the world. Like screaming into mid air. To go "On Holiday" is to go on vacation. So this is basically like an escape, a runaway. This leads us into Boulevard Of Broken Dreams This is often considered an anti-American song, but on Green Day's Bullet In A Bible DVD, Armstrong says, "This song is not anti-American, its anti-war." Billie Joe Armstrong told Q magazine May 2009 that sometimes he doesn't know where he gets his songs from. For instance, when he found himself singing "Sieg Heil to the president gas man" on this number, he freaked himself out. He said: "It was kind of like, Where was this coming from? It was taking an ugly picture and painting it uglier. The thing that justifies it is that it was true." While the song is a dig at conservative agendas, it doesn't entirely spare liberals. Armstrong told MTV: "I am anti-war, so a lot of [the album] has to do with that, and there's different sides of it too. Like, there's one line that sort of messes with liberals a little too, where it says, 'Hear the drum pounding out of time/ Another protester has crossed the line/ To find the money's on the other side.'"

He continues. "That song ['Holiday'] is about this mishmash of people with all these strong opinions who really can't agree, and leaving [decisions] to the person who's sort of standing in the middle confused and overwhelmed." The music video is one of several that Samuel Bayer directed for Green Day. "Boulevard Of Broken Dreams," "Wake Me Up When September Ends" and "American Idiot." This song has been featured in the 2006 comedy film, Accepted. It was also used as the goal song of the Vancouver Canucks during their run to the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals. The Canucks started using the song again for the goal song at the beginning of the 2018-19 NHL season. The song also appeared in an episode of CSI: NY. This song was also featured in the soundtrack of the video game Tony Hawk's American Wasteland. So that’s the meaning and facts about this song From songfacts.com The reasons why Green Day is Hated Green Day is Hated cause with the Dookie album when they "sold out" and went major label. Punks get cranky about people making money,All their songs sound the same,they’re too political,they lost their punk edge and went too mainstream,they’re sellouts,infusing their classic punk influences with something a bit more "mainstream" or on the pop side, and the hate train was bound to ensue,change in sound (people don't like change in the music they love),2004 raging fangirls turned a lot of people away So those are the reasons why Green Day is Hated And BTW I still love Green Day even though they’re Hated ❤️❤️❤️❤️

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    Amber_pops133 XoxoIl y a 2 jours

    This song is about the American government and society during the Iraqi War. It begins by commenting on how the thousands of dead Americans and Iraqis are nameless to the average American citizen. This song expresses resentment with the corporate greed and corruption involved in the "rebuilding" effort, and shows how the average protester realizes that the pro-war money involved has more power than they can ever have. It also points out the irony of the Christian right-wing feeling religiously justified in this war: "Can I get another 'Amen'? There's a flag wrapped around the score of men." This follows the story on the album. Jesus of Suburbia has just left town and he's living his life on the streets ("Hear the sound of the falling rain..."). He's speaking out loud and acting in vain, but it seems like he's talking himself into believing that running away was the right thing to do, explaining his reasons of discontent to himself. He still feels alone, and shunned from society, but it seems he feels a little more self-confidence and happiness out on the road. It's Jesus of Suburbia yelling out and expressing his own dead beliefs onto the world. Like screaming into mid air. To go "On Holiday" is to go on vacation. So this is basically like an escape, a runaway. This leads us into Boulevard Of Broken Dreams This is often considered an anti-American song, but on Green Day's Bullet In A Bible DVD, Armstrong says, "This song is not anti-American, its anti-war." Billie Joe Armstrong told Q magazine May 2009 that sometimes he doesn't know where he gets his songs from. For instance, when he found himself singing "Sieg Heil to the president gas man" on this number, he freaked himself out. He said: "It was kind of like, Where was this coming from? It was taking an ugly picture and painting it uglier. The thing that justifies it is that it was true." While the song is a dig at conservative agendas, it doesn't entirely spare liberals. Armstrong told MTV: "I am anti-war, so a lot of [the album] has to do with that, and there's different sides of it too. Like, there's one line that sort of messes with liberals a little too, where it says, 'Hear the drum pounding out of time/ Another protester has crossed the line/ To find the money's on the other side.'"

He continues. "That song ['Holiday'] is about this mishmash of people with all these strong opinions who really can't agree, and leaving [decisions] to the person who's sort of standing in the middle confused and overwhelmed." The music video is one of several that Samuel Bayer directed for Green Day. "Boulevard Of Broken Dreams," "Wake Me Up When September Ends" and "American Idiot." This song has been featured in the 2006 comedy film, Accepted. It was also used as the goal song of the Vancouver Canucks during their run to the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals. The Canucks started using the song again for the goal song at the beginning of the 2018-19 NHL season. The song also appeared in an episode of CSI: NY. This song was also featured in the soundtrack of the video game Tony Hawk's American Wasteland. So that’s the meaning and facts about this song From songfacts.com The reasons why Green Day is Hated Green Day is Hated cause with the Dookie album when they "sold out" and went major label. Punks get cranky about people making money,All their songs sound the same,they’re too political,they lost their punk edge and went too mainstream,they’re sellouts,infusing their classic punk influences with something a bit more "mainstream" or on the pop side, and the hate train was bound to ensue,change in sound (people don't like change in the music they love),2004 raging fangirls turned a lot of people away So those are the reasons why Green Day is Hated And BTW I still love Green Day even though they’re Hated ❤️❤️❤️❤️

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    Amber134 XoIl y a 2 jours

    This song is about the American government and society during the Iraqi War. It begins by commenting on how the thousands of dead Americans and Iraqis are nameless to the average American citizen. This song expresses resentment with the corporate greed and corruption involved in the "rebuilding" effort, and shows how the average protester realizes that the pro-war money involved has more power than they can ever have. It also points out the irony of the Christian right-wing feeling religiously justified in this war: "Can I get another 'Amen'? There's a flag wrapped around the score of men." This follows the story on the album. Jesus of Suburbia has just left town and he's living his life on the streets ("Hear the sound of the falling rain..."). He's speaking out loud and acting in vain, but it seems like he's talking himself into believing that running away was the right thing to do, explaining his reasons of discontent to himself. He still feels alone, and shunned from society, but it seems he feels a little more self-confidence and happiness out on the road. It's Jesus of Suburbia yelling out and expressing his own dead beliefs onto the world. Like screaming into mid air. To go "On Holiday" is to go on vacation. So this is basically like an escape, a runaway. This leads us into Boulevard Of Broken Dreams This is often considered an anti-American song, but on Green Day's Bullet In A Bible DVD, Armstrong says, "This song is not anti-American, its anti-war." Billie Joe Armstrong told Q magazine May 2009 that sometimes he doesn't know where he gets his songs from. For instance, when he found himself singing "Sieg Heil to the president gas man" on this number, he freaked himself out. He said: "It was kind of like, Where was this coming from? It was taking an ugly picture and painting it uglier. The thing that justifies it is that it was true." While the song is a dig at conservative agendas, it doesn't entirely spare liberals. Armstrong told MTV: "I am anti-war, so a lot of [the album] has to do with that, and there's different sides of it too. Like, there's one line that sort of messes with liberals a little too, where it says, 'Hear the drum pounding out of time/ Another protester has crossed the line/ To find the money's on the other side.'"

He continues. "That song ['Holiday'] is about this mishmash of people with all these strong opinions who really can't agree, and leaving [decisions] to the person who's sort of standing in the middle confused and overwhelmed." The music video is one of several that Samuel Bayer directed for Green Day. "Boulevard Of Broken Dreams," "Wake Me Up When September Ends" and "American Idiot." This song has been featured in the 2006 comedy film, Accepted. It was also used as the goal song of the Vancouver Canucks during their run to the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals. The Canucks started using the song again for the goal song at the beginning of the 2018-19 NHL season. The song also appeared in an episode of CSI: NY. This song was also featured in the soundtrack of the video game Tony Hawk's American Wasteland. So that’s the meaning and facts about this song From songfacts.com The reasons why Green Day is Hated Green Day is Hated cause with the Dookie album when they "sold out" and went major label. Punks get cranky about people making money,All their songs sound the same,they’re too political,they lost their punk edge and went too mainstream,they’re sellouts,infusing their classic punk influences with something a bit more "mainstream" or on the pop side, and the hate train was bound to ensue,change in sound (people don't like change in the music they love),2004 raging fangirls turned a lot of people away So those are the reasons why Green Day is Hated And BTW I still love Green Day even though they’re Hated ❤️❤️❤️❤️

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    Stricken ChikinIl y a 3 jours

    Why is everyone hating on this song?

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    Константин КозыревIl y a 4 jours

    It seems to be just a pure buzz ...

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    Mr. DuckIl y a 6 jours

    This song is about the pain of war and is my new favorite war song

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    OliviaIl y a 7 jours

    I'm here cuz nobody cares why

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    Scrubscribers 1000000000000000000000000Il y a 9 jours

    Who else heard this from accepted

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    Quang NguyenIl y a 9 jours

    It doesn’t even say dum dum dah dah doo doo dah dah

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    hayden thomasIl y a 10 jours

    My marching band did a cover of holiday for pep band some of the most fun shit ever

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    Y thoIl y a 11 jours

    Chief keef ripped Green day off for “Bang bang” you heard it here first folks

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    PandburgerIl y a 12 jours

    friend: plays Katy Perry Me: plays this louder Also me: *it's on*

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    Jasmyne KingIl y a 12 jours

    I love thissss songg!❤️😘😍 But that pause at the beginning gets me every time😭😂, I always think my earbuds are unplugged😭😭💯

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    Rohan ThesayiIl y a 13 jours

    kill all the flags the dont agree, i thought dont agree was donut crave

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    mrbenzedriineIl y a 13 jours

    im super late but i heard this on the radio a few days ago and i love it lol

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    Eric DimickIl y a 14 jours

    Green day just makes you want to go light stuff on fire or go do something rebellious.amen

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    Will HammondsIl y a 15 jours

    pulverize thee Eiffel towers not the

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    Allie ChastainIl y a 15 jours

    Lyrics: Jk nobody cares, their already on screen... 🙃

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    BananaJoe 24Il y a 17 jours

    I love the drum intro in the beginning so much.

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    Spotted ToadIl y a 18 jours

    this song reminds me a lot of the clash's early days. this is the only song I like by green day.

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    Yerboi KeeevinIl y a 19 jours

    I see some people here doing know Green Day... I'm disappointed.

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    Ace HardyIl y a 20 jours

    🎊

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    megarollX Rgm BroadcastingIl y a 22 jours

    I don't care what anyone says, this is THE Canucks song. Doesn't fit with any other team

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    Dustin ColemanIl y a 22 jours

    GreenDay will be hot music in 2023 and imma show off this comment then

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    Chaz ManIl y a 23 jours

    Reminds me of Portugal. The Man

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    Boxing AddictIl y a 23 jours

    Worth the wait

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    Kenpatchi RamasamaIl y a 28 jours

    Green Day goes well with Green Tea.

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    Vincent_ 007Il y a 29 jours

    Playlist at work at Hollister 2005 days!!!🤙🏽🤪🏄‍♀️🏄‍♂️

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    Teresa HayhoeIl y a 29 jours

    doctor: you have three minutes to live Me: alexa play holiday Doctor: thats 4 minutes Me: God will alow it

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    Piotr TokarzIl y a 29 jours

    Did he said seig heil?

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    Bamdad NiknafsIl y a 29 jours

    i beg to differ from the hollow lies

  33. author

    ObiWan KenobiIl y a mois

    Man your last video was 6 years ago

  34. author

    BroadsideIl y a mois

    0:13 was that a metal scream I heard?

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    Embiid Me a RiverIl y a mois

    I came here for Nostalgia but for real Canucks DJ,If you're reading this BRING BACK HOLIDAY DON'T RUIN CANCUCKS 50TH ANNIVERSARY

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    combatgamer CarverIl y a mois

    Hi like it

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    Aziahrose MckinnonIl y a mois

    I love this song

  38. author

    100k subscribers wothout a video challenge!Il y a mois

    I 💚 GREEN DAY!!!!!!!!

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    hey candyboyIl y a mois

    Holiday is still one of my favorite songs. Thnks fr th mrmrs

  40. author

    anna probstIl y a mois

    Aufs Pferd..

  41. author

    Bowser Tech ReviewsIl y a mois

    Any Canucks fans out there?

  42. author

    Sumo772Il y a mois

    **Hong Kong protests intensify**

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    Harold KumarIl y a mois

    Sounds like the Beatles a bit

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    Pat KIl y a mois

    This is Vancouver Canucks right here

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    theintricatesoulIl y a mois

    This song is amazing. Even though I don't think invading Iraq was clearly wrong or right, I think its much more gray. But I understand why people were against it

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    Anti5epticeye YTIl y a mois

    My childhood...

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    The_PhoenixIl y a mois

    2:20 lyrics - dum dum dah dah dum dum dah doo doo dah dah dum dum dah dum dah dah doo dum dum dah dah dum dum dum dah dum your welcome

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    Calder DoellingerIl y a mois

    my favorite part is the instrumental bit

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    Amber133 XoIl y a mois

    This song is about the American government and society during the Iraqi War. It begins by commenting on how the thousands of dead Americans and Iraqis are nameless to the average American citizen. The song expresses resentment with the corporate greed and corruption involved in the "rebuilding" effort, and shows how the average protester realizes that the pro-war money involved has more power than they can ever have. It also points out the irony of the Christian right-wing feeling religiously justified in this war: "Can I get another 'Amen'? There's a flag wrapped around the score of men." This follows the story on the album. Jesus of Suburbia has just left town and he's living his life on the streets ("Hear the sound of the falling rain..."). He's speaking out loud and acting in vain, but it seems like he's talking himself into believing that running away was the right thing to do, explaining his reasons of discontent to himself. He still feels alone, and shunned from society, but it seems he feels a little more self-confidence and happiness out on the road. It's Jesus of Suburbia yelling out and expressing his own dead beliefs onto the world. Like screaming into mid air. To go "On Holiday" is to go on vacation. So this is basically like an escape, a runaway. This leads us into Boulevard Of Broken Dreams This is often considered an anti-American song, but on Green Day's Bullet In A Bible DVD, Armstrong says, "This song is not anti-American, its anti-war." Billie Joe Armstrong told Q magazine May 2009 that sometimes he doesn't know where he gets his songs from. For instance, when he found himself singing "Sieg Heil to the president gas man" on this number, he freaked himself out. He said: "It was kind of like, Where is this coming from? It was taking an ugly picture and painting it uglier. The thing that justifies it is that it was true." While the song is a dig at conservative agendas, it doesn't entirely spare liberals. Armstrong told MTV: "I am anti-war, so a lot of [the album] has to do with that, and there's different sides of it too. Like, there's one line that sort of messes with liberals a little too, where it says, 'Hear the drum pounding out of time/ Another protester has crossed the line/ To find the money's on the other side.'"

He continues. "That song ['Holiday'] is about this mishmash of people with all these strong opinions who really can't agree, and leaving [decisions] to the person who's sort of standing in the middle confused and overwhelmed." The music video is one of several that Samuel Bayer directed for Green Day. "Boulevard Of Broken Dreams," "Wake Me Up When September Ends" and "American Idiot." The song achieved considerable popularity across the world and performed moderately well on the charts. In the US, it reached number nineteen on the Billboard Hot 100 and number one on the Hot Modern Rock Tracks and Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks charts. It debuted at number eleven in the United Kingdom and reached the top twenty in Denmark, Ireland, New Zealand and Norway. The song has been featured in the 2006 comedy film, Accepted. It was also used as the goal song of the Vancouver Canucks during their run to the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals. The Canucks started using the song again for the goal song at the beginning of the 2018-19 NHL season. The song also appeared in an episode of CSI: NY. This song was also featured in the soundtrack of the video game Tony Hawk's American Wasteland. So that’s the meaning and facts about this song From songfacts.com

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    Amber134 XoIl y a mois

    This song is about the American government and society during the Iraqi War. It begins by commenting on how the thousands of dead Americans and Iraqis are nameless to the average American citizen. The song expresses resentment with the corporate greed and corruption involved in the "rebuilding" effort, and shows how the average protester realizes that the pro-war money involved has more power than they can ever have. It also points out the irony of the Christian right-wing feeling religiously justified in this war: "Can I get another 'Amen'? There's a flag wrapped around the score of men." This follows the story on the album. Jesus of Suburbia has just left town and he's living his life on the streets ("Hear the sound of the falling rain..."). He's speaking out loud and acting in vain, but it seems like he's talking himself into believing that running away was the right thing to do, explaining his reasons of discontent to himself. He still feels alone, and shunned from society, but it seems he feels a little more self-confidence and happiness out on the road. It's Jesus of Suburbia yelling out and expressing his own dead beliefs onto the world. Like screaming into mid air. To go "On Holiday" is to go on vacation. So this is basically like an escape, a runaway. This leads us into Boulevard Of Broken Dreams This is often considered an anti-American song, but on Green Day's Bullet In A Bible DVD, Armstrong says, "This song is not anti-American, its anti-war." Billie Joe Armstrong told Q magazine May 2009 that sometimes he doesn't know where he gets his songs from. For instance, when he found himself singing "Sieg Heil to the president gas man" on this number, he freaked himself out. He said: "It was kind of like, Where is this coming from? It was taking an ugly picture and painting it uglier. The thing that justifies it is that it was true." While the song is a dig at conservative agendas, it doesn't entirely spare liberals. Armstrong told MTV: "I am anti-war, so a lot of [the album] has to do with that, and there's different sides of it too. Like, there's one line that sort of messes with liberals a little too, where it says, 'Hear the drum pounding out of time/ Another protester has crossed the line/ To find the money's on the other side.'"

He continues. "That song ['Holiday'] is about this mishmash of people with all these strong opinions who really can't agree, and leaving [decisions] to the person who's sort of standing in the middle confused and overwhelmed." The music video is one of several that Samuel Bayer directed for Green Day. "Boulevard Of Broken Dreams," "Wake Me Up When September Ends" and "American Idiot." The song achieved considerable popularity across the world and performed moderately well on the charts. In the US, it reached number nineteen on the Billboard Hot 100 and number one on the Hot Modern Rock Tracks and Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks charts. It debuted at number eleven in the United Kingdom and reached the top twenty in Denmark, Ireland, New Zealand and Norway. The song has been featured in the 2006 comedy film, Accepted. It was also used as the goal song of the Vancouver Canucks during their run to the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals. The Canucks started using the song again for the goal song at the beginning of the 2018-19 NHL season. The song also appeared in an episode of CSI: NY. The song was also featured in the soundtrack of the video game Tony Hawk's American Wasteland. So that’s the meaning and facts about this song From songfacts.com

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    Cypress BTWIl y a mois

    2019 anyone no just me...........

  52. author

    Big Bird PHIl y a mois

    The Nucks brought me here!

  53. author

    MihAel ArmstrongIl y a mois

    Cadê os br em 2019

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    Izzan 26Il y a mois

    Tony Hawk American Wasteland..

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    catlover nicholsIl y a mois

    Billie Joe is one of the best musicians ever. Legendary.

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    Shadow AngelIl y a mois

    My school plays everyday!! I love my school!

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    stacey pantojaIl y a mois

    Five star review

  58. author

    Greg SchafferIl y a mois

    Me: *clicks video* Also me: triggered because it doesnt rlly sound like green day

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    Alost JacksonIl y a mois

    That 🎸 guitar rift🗣

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    Valeria Del Rio-RodriguezIl y a mois

    A political riot would go great w.this song

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    Amber_pops133 XoxoIl y a mois

    This is about the American government and society during the Iraqi War. It begins by commenting on how the thousands of dead Americans and Iraqis are nameless to the average American citizen. The song expresses resentment with the corporate greed and corruption involved in the "rebuilding" effort, and shows how the average protester realizes that the pro-war money involved has more power than they can ever have. It also points out the irony of the Christian right-wing feeling religiously justified in this war: "Can I get another 'Amen'? There's a flag wrapped around the score of men." This follows the story on the album. Jesus of Suburbia has just left town and he's living his life on the streets ("Hear the sound of the falling rain..."). He's speaking out loud and acting in vain, but it seems like he's talking himself into believing that running away was the right thing to do, explaining his reasons of discontent to himself. He still feels alone, and shunned from society, but it seems he feels a little more self-confidence and happiness out on the road. It's Jesus of Suburbia yelling out and expressing his own dead beliefs onto the world. Like screaming into mid air. To go "On Holiday" is to go on vacation. So this is basically like an escape, a runaway. This leads us into Boulevard Of Broken Dreams. This is often considered an anti-American song, but on Green Day's Bullet In A Bible DVD, Armstrong says, "This song is not anti-American, its anti-war." Billie Joe Armstrong told Q magazine May 2009 that sometimes he doesn't know where he gets his songs from. For instance, when he found himself singing "Sieg Heil to the president gas man" on this number, he freaked himself out. He said: "It was kind of like, Where is this coming from? It was taking an ugly picture and painting it uglier. The thing that justifies it is that it was true." While the song is a dig at conservative agendas, it doesn't entirely spare liberals. Armstrong told MTV: "I am anti-war, so a lot of [the album] has to do with that, and there's different sides of it too. Like, there's one line that sort of messes with liberals a little too, where it says, 'Hear the drum pounding out of time/ Another protester has crossed the line/ To find the money's on the other side.'"

He continues. "That song Holiday is about this mishmash of people with all these strong opinions who really can't agree, and leaving decisions to the person who's sort of standing in the middle confused and overwhelmed." The music video is one of several that Samuel Bayer directed for Green Day. "Boulevard Of Broken Dreams," "Wake Me Up When September Ends" and "American Idiot." This song is the Movies: Accepted and Surf’s Up And Video Game:Tony Hawk’s American Wasteland So that’s the meaning and facts about this song From songfacts.com

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    Cagkiller0Il y a mois

    Is this about Vietnam? Maybe WW2? “Siege heil to the president gasman” Nevermind. WW2.

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    weewurt kurtIl y a mois

    Biggest green day fan alright .... But I wanna hear more Billy Joel Armstrong I can barely hear him and not the tuned voice either I wanna hear him like I hear in "uno" , 21 century breakdown, American idiot and might get some hate for this but I actually liked warning so yeah but can't stand barely hearing Armstrong's voice

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    hee hee 击Il y a mois

    Imagine waiting 9 years that’s dedication👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

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    kim taehyungIl y a mois

    This is one of my high school band's stand tunes (songs that we only play in the bleachers)

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    SnappishAtom76 ftwIl y a mois

    I love the dum dum dah dah😂😂👍

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    red pandaIl y a mois

    Such a good yet simple solo...

  68. author

    Imron Brandal IndonesiaIl y a mois

    Plastick in konser 😄

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    AnubisIl y a mois

    who's here cz of yfz?

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    Trickiercarp605 GamingIl y a mois

    Welcome back

  71. author

    Dan GrawbargerIl y a mois

    Cool solo! Check out my cover here frreporter.com/v/vid%C3%A9o-WGuD2Wrt5jk.html

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    Dan KIl y a 2 mois

    Disappointed, the voice effects ruin it

  73. author

    Eisnhower DherectIl y a 2 mois

    Who's here ?

  74. author

    NITRO ZEUSIl y a 2 mois

    Man this is my track for my upcoming holiday vacation in 5 week.

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    hollanti 123Il y a 2 mois

    I listen this while killing some dudes in krunkerio

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    joshua brownIl y a 2 mois

    This is still a proper banger in 2019. British people are the best !!

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    Justin 71Il y a 2 mois

    9 years and this is the fucking garbage we get? No thanks, I'll stick with good greenday

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    Flaminstarwarsguy851Il y a 2 mois

    When a Green Day song has a Green Day ad . . .

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    This isn’t funny, DeanIl y a 2 mois

    Everyone talk about Surf’s Up but I’m here from Tony Hawk’s American Wasteland

  80. author

    Lionhearted Bigga !Il y a 2 mois

    Tony hawks American Wasteland ‼️

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    Jbrad25Il y a 2 mois

    I was at the Motocross track today and was singing this the whole time but I didn’t realize until I stopped. Nothing ever felt so right.

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    Some random personIl y a 2 mois

    We played this as a stand tune for marching band

  83. author

    Γιώργος ΣοφόςIl y a 2 mois

    Welcome back!!

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    josemari gene milagrosoIl y a 2 mois

    The goat

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    astark3Il y a 2 mois

    Worst lyric video ever lmao

  86. author

    Kathleen KellyIl y a 2 mois

    Who’s here because they feel like it

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    Amber_pops133 XoxoIl y a 2 mois

    This is about the American government and society during the Iraqi War. It begins by commenting on how the thousands of dead Americans and Iraqis are nameless to the average American citizen. The song expresses resentment with the corporate greed and corruption involved in the "rebuilding" effort, and shows how the average protester realizes that the pro-war money involved has more power than they can ever have. It also points out the irony of the Christian right-wing feeling religiously justified in this war: "Can I get another 'Amen'? There's a flag wrapped around the score of men." This follows the story on the album. Jesus of Suburbia has just left town and he's living his life on the streets ("Hear the sound of the falling rain..."). He's speaking out loud and acting in vain, but it seems like he's talking himself into believing that running away was the right thing to do, explaining his reasons of discontent to himself. He still feels alone, and shunned from society, but it seems he feels a little more self-confidence and happiness out on the road. It's Jesus of Suburbia yelling out and expressing his own dead beliefs onto the world. Like screaming into mid air. To go "On Holiday" is to go on vacation. So this is basically like an escape, a runaway. This leads us into Boulevard Of Broken Dreams This is often considered an anti-American song, but on Green Day's Bullet In A Bible DVD, Armstrong says, "This song is not anti-American, its anti-war." Billie Joe Armstrong told Q magazine May 2009 that sometimes he doesn't know where he gets his songs from. For instance, when he found himself singing "Sieg Heil to the president gas man" on this number, he freaked himself out. He said: "It was kind of like, Where is this coming from? It was taking an ugly picture and painting it uglier. The thing that justifies it is that it was true." While the song is a dig at conservative agendas, it doesn't entirely spare liberals. Armstrong told MTV: "I am anti-war, so a lot of [the album] has to do with that, and there's different sides of it too. Like, there's one line that sort of messes with liberals a little too, where it says, 'Hear the drum pounding out of time/ Another protester has crossed the line/ To find the money's on the other side.'" He continues. "That song Holiday is about this mishmash of people with all these strong opinions who really can't agree, and leaving [decisions] to the person who's sort of standing in the middle confused and overwhelmed." The music video is one of several that Samuel Bayer directed for Green Day. "Boulevard Of Broken Dreams," "Wake Me Up When September Ends" and "American Idiot." So that’s the meaning and facts about this song From songfacts.com

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    MrChileLimonIl y a 2 mois

    Everyone else: who's here because they like green day? Me: iM hErE BecAuSe oF ThE BeGiNnInG Of tHe siMpSOnS MoViE

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    Jonathon DelemosIl y a 2 mois

    I beg to truth and differ

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    DeathMaulVIl y a 2 mois

    What's great is I have a band tune for this at football games

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    Mauricio SierraIl y a 2 mois

    Green Day is the best band ever and they rock!🤟🏻

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    glow_Il y a 2 mois

    Epic song, props my man

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    TØP clique boiIl y a 2 mois

    Bruh...Y 9 years? And green day is back so that's good...

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    Simon SotoIl y a 2 mois

    I don't remember which tony hawk game it was but this was always my favorite song to skate too

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    astark3Il y a 2 mois

    Holy shit it’s been nine years since your last video?

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    Sammy ArmstrongIl y a 2 mois

    Ready

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    x0x0 _its_elaina_0x0xIl y a 2 mois

    A teacher at my school said I like your mcr shirt :) the next she said hi mcr girl LMAO Edit: I commented on a my chem video how tf did it get here?????????????

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    cyanide eyesIl y a 2 mois

    It was a nine year comeback

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    Julianna CookIl y a 2 mois

    so EPIC!!!

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    Gevalia TurnerIl y a 2 mois

    Damn a nine year comeback