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Green Day

Jesus Of Suburbia

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“Jesus of Suburbia” is a song by American rock band Green Day. It was released as the fifth and final single from their seventh album, American Idiot. The studio version of the song, a five movement piece, runs just over 9 minutes and was considered to be unfriendly for radio, so it was cut down to 6½ minutes for the radio edit. The long version was still played on many album rock and alternative rock radio stations. At most live shows on the first leg of their 21st Century Breakdown World Tour, the band would pick a member from the audience to play guitar for the song. The single has sold 205,000 copies as of July 2010 Read on...

Song lines: ♪ I don't care if you don't ... I don't care ... I don't care if you don't care

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More songs by Green Day (See Charts): Android, The Judge's Daughter, Warning, Welcome To Paradise, Brain Stew/Jaded, F.O.D., Whatsername, 16, Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life), and Know Your Enemy.

Popular in Punk Rock (See Charts): London Calling, Basket Case, Anarchy In The UK, American Idiot, Man Overboard, Rock 'n' Roll High School, The Decline, Touchdown Boy, Roots Radicals, and New Rose.

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