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The Saddest Song
The Boys Of Summer
in this diary
So Long Astoria
Eight Of Nine
Looking Back On Today
My Reply
The Hero Dies In This One
Saddest Song
Takeoffs and Landings
Summer '79
Unopened Letter To The World
Radio #2
I Remember You
I Won't Spend Another Night Alone
San Dimas High School Football Rules
All You Can Ever Learn Is What You Already Know
Boys Of Summer (don Henley Cover)
Your Boyfriend Sucks
Take Me Back
Teenage Riot
The Night that the Lights Went
Not Capable Of Love
All Souls Day
Summer Wind Was Always Our Song
My Hotel Year
The Night That The Lights Went Out In NYC
Angry Nerd Rock
Connections Are More Dangerous Than Lies
Broken Promise Ring
Giving Up On Love
Bad Case Of Broken Heart
Hello And Goodbye
My So Called Life
Fast Times At Drop-Out High
I.O.U. One Galaxy
The Last Song I Will Ever Write About a Girl
Secret Handshakes
the night
How I Spent My Summer Vacation
Beautiful Mistake
Losing Streak
You Need A Hug
Whatever Lies Will Help You Rest
Song For A Mix Tape
Better Way
Make It Last
Between You And Me
From the Last, Last Call
And We All Become Like Smoke
Begin Again from The Beginning
Song # 13
When All Else Fails It Fails
Life Makes No Sense
In Spite Of The World
Road Signs And Rock Songs
That Special Girl
The Graveyard Of The Atlantic
Act V, Scene IV_ And So It Ends Like It Begins
The Radio Still Sucks
The Ghost of Last December
I'll Remember You
Heaven Is Falling
Let It Burn
Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A, Start
Far From The Last, Last Call
On With The Show
P.S. The Scene Is Dead
If You Really Want To Hear About It...
As We Speak
Blue Skies, Broken Hearts... Next 12 Exits
A Beautiful Mistake
Not A Worry In The World
Are We There Yet?
Bite My Tongue
Alone in Santa Cruz
Blind and Unkind
Welcome the Night
Perfectly Happy
Ben Lee
The Night The Lights Went Out In NYC
Have A Nice Life
Hello & Goodbye
Bite My Tounge
Bad Case Of A Broken Heart
8 Of 9
Not Too Late
Time To Move On
The Boys Of The Summer