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Top 10 Motion City Soundtrack lyrics

Motion City Soundtrack are one of the best pop punk bands of all time. All of the Motion City Soundtrack albums are full of great songs, catchy riffs and awesome lyrics. This article looks at the top 10 Motion City Soundtrack lyrics of all time.

Everything is alright!

Taken from the Motion City Soundtrack album "Commit this to memory", everything is alright is one of Motion City Soundtrack's most upbeat and popular songs. The lyric "everything is alright" sums up the positive pop punk lifestyle.

Always running out of time

The "always running out of time" lyrics emphasise how time is always running out and the fact that you need to live for the present and do whatever you can before you run out of time.

I don't want to let you down

These lyrics are taken from the song "Indoor living", which features on the Motion City Soundtrack "I am the movie" album. The song is somewhat melancholic and deals with the issue of depression. However, the lyrics "I don't want to let you down" bring a positive touch and show that even when life is hard, it's important to care for others.

It’s like a bad dream, something from the back of a magazine

These lyrics are not to be confused with the Pulp Fiction Sound Track. The Motion City Soundtrack "Pulp fiction" song comes from their latest album "My dinosaur life". The lyric "It's like a bad dream, something from the back of a magazine" refers to how life can imitate art, magazines and films.

If you believe in me I might just want to spend some time with you again

Every pop punk band has a couple of love songs that everybody loves. The "Stand too close" lyrics are some of Motion City Soundtrack's best. "If you believe in me I just might want to spend some time with you again" means that relationships need love, trust and belief in each other to work well.

You're the reason why I burst and why I bloom. How will I break the news to you?

"Hold me down" is one of the best motion city soundtrack songs ever. The "Hold me down" lyrics deal with the issue of loving someone and having to tell them bad news; something that everyone will experience at some time in their life.

I'm sick of the things I do when I'm nervous like cleaning the oven or checking my tires

These lyrics are once again from the song "Everything is alright". They flow off the tongue and poke fun at the stupid things people all do when they are nervous!

I'm just a guy that never tried, I'm just a Stupid F**k with brilliant luck and sometimes a bright idea

Sung by Mark Hoppus from Blink 182 on the song "Hangman", these lyrics suggest that you can do well in life with just a couple of bright ideas and a bit of luck.

The future freaks me out!

Growing up can be scary sometimes, and not knowing what's going to happen in the future freaks all of us out from time to time.

Our hell ends every weekend but it's all I have to believe in

Anyone who has ever worked a 9AM to 5PM job can relate to the idea of living for the weekend. If you work hard, make sure that you play hard during weekends!

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