Review of "Adams song - Blink 182"

published 29/10/2004 | Adono86
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Pro A wonderful lyric based song
Cons most of the other songs on the album are crap
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"Adam's Song Makes Adam Proud"

"I never conquered, rarely came, tommorow holds such better days, days when i just feel alive, and i cant wait to get outside"

Thats just part of the chorus of this masterpiece from Blink 182!

Adam's song is a very sad song which is Track 7 on Enema of the State, an Album which saw Blink 182 come into the world as a very popular pop rock band.

This song is the best song on the Album along with Going Away To College and a few others in this pop infested album.

Adam's song is about a boy called Adam (naturally) who's teenage life is going wrong and everything is just a mess after he's split up with his girlfriend and he's contemplating suicide.

The video for this song is pretty cool as it shows Blink 182 performing infront of a board full of pictures of happy memories with the camera zooming in on them and playing the memories in picture frame style.

If you see the single out, then buy it, it's a great song, or why not download it off iTunes. It's probably the best song on the album, and one of the best songs Blink 182 ever did!

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  • Evil_Irish_Twin published 30/10/2004
    have to say i love 182's I Miss You at the moment, I play it constantly! Thanks for the review ~Maz x
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Title: Adams song

Performer: Blink 182


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