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- November 5th, 2010
so, now that i have four new mcr songs to listen to on repeat (na na na, the only hope for me is you, sing, zero percent) i'm having some deja vu. when TBP came out, and it was the only new song we had, i loved it, it rocked my world, i was thrilled (i'm sure my neighbors weren't b/c i blasted it on my stereo for weeks on end), but then we got more singles. there was i don't love you, famous last words, teenagers, etc. and guess what? i started to dislike TBP, dislike it so much that i would skip it each time i played the cd start to finish. so, what's happening now, the SAME THING, i have three songs i love, love, love, cannot get enough of, and then there is: na na na. i don't want to hear it anymore, i want to skip it! but, like TBP it was the catalyst of the album, the shot that started the whole movement. so why is it that they grate on my nerves like nails on a chalkboard? they stand out to me like a discord. eh.
zero percent is the total fucking awesome shit. this song blows my mind.