So, they bought you the keyboard—and you only played it once. "Confessions of a Broken Heart (Daughter to Father)" was the perfect song to emotionally blare on your iPod Nano when your mom confiscated your Motorola Razr. Did you ever love me? Did you?! Thank you, P! nk, for getting me grounded in eighth grade for attempting to put a green—and, oddly, not pink—streak in my hair.
Finally, you changed your AIM away message to lyrics from "Behind These Hazel Eyes" and—you guessed it! —cried again. "I'm Like a Bird" was the go-to jam for daydreaming about sticking it to the idiots who made fun of your lisp in the seventh
grade. (Just me again?
Branch is the reason why half of the teenagers in America bought guitars in 2002 and tried to launch songwriting careers. "Everywhere" was 100 percent the first song on all of your mixed CDs back then.
First, you cried in your car to "Behind These Hazel Eyes. " Then, you watched the Jessica/Jason breakup scene in Laguna Beach season two that was scored to "Behind These Hazel Eyes"… and cried some more.
When you were in the mood to don a fluffy robe and stare wistfully into the empty, rainy abyss, "Come Clean" was the only soundtrack option. (Spoiler: This was your permanent mood from 2003 to 2009—and mine, too.
All of ninth grade was spent daydreaming about walking down the aisle to "A Thousand Miles" and marrying Cameron from English class. (What? Just me?
Where would we be without Avril Lavigne https://t.co/jLZy4WIWxj— Glamour (@glamourmag) January 6, 2020
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