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"Misery Business" is the first single from Paramore's second album, Riot!. "Misery Business" was the third Paramore video to be directed by Shane Drake, and was nominated for the "Best Video" award at the Kerrang! Awards 2007, but lost to Fall Out Boy's "This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race". "Misery Business" is also featured on the soundtrack to the EA Sports video game NHL 08 and was used in professional StarCraft's Shinhan Bank Proleague. It is also been… read more

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  • Avatar for duda_a
    Second chances, they don't even matter, people never change. Once a whore, you're nothing more, I'm sorry that will never change. [7]
  • Avatar for bettendotw
    slut-shaming is bad, but this girl isn't the typical slut. she actually ruins the other people lives (not completely, but..)
  • Avatar for teresitaayyo
    Great song, besides the lame slut-shaming. Definitely one of my favorite Paramore songs [5]
  • Avatar for Currencide
    This was my jam when I was 18. I listened to it all day, every day. Still rules!
  • Avatar for dinahjane
    Great song, besides the lame slut-shaming. Definitely one of my favorite Paramore songs [4]
  • Avatar for embararocks
    Second chances, they don't even matter, people never change. Once a whore, you're nothing more, I'm sorry that will never change. [6]
  • Avatar for Mii85
    I have never been listening to this certain group. I was listening my own music on spotify and i guess they scrobbled commercial. I guess that is one way to force scrobbles.
  • Avatar for wert100500
    love it!
  • Avatar for herensugue
    Second chances, they don't even matter, people never change. Once a whore, you're nothing more, I'm sorry that will never change. [5]
  • Avatar for Auroralight13
    Second chances, they don't even matter, people never change. Once a whore, you're nothing more, I'm sorry that will never change. [4]

Lyrics

I'm in the business of misery, let's take it from the top
She's got a body like an hourglass that's ticking like a clock
It's a matter of time before we all run out
When I thought he was mine, she caught him by the mouth

Paramore - Misery Business Lyrics

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