Jimmy Eat World Lyrics


Jimmy Eat World Lyrics

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From the Album Integrity Blues (2016) (buy at amazon.com)
Integrity Blues
You With Me
Sure And Certain
It Matters
Pretty Grids
Pass The Baby
Get Right
You Are Free
The End Is Beautiful
Through
Integrity Blues
Pol Roger


From the Album Damage (2013) (buy at amazon.com)

Appreciation
Damage
Lean
Book Of Love
I Will Steal You Back
Please Say No
How'd You Have Me
No, Never
Byebyelove
You Were Good
Step One (Japanese Bonus Track)


From the Album Invented (2010) (buy at amazon.com)

Heart Is Hard To Find
My Best Theory
Evidence
Higher Devotion
Movielike
Coffee & Cigarettes
Stop
Littlething
Cut
Action Needs An Audience
Invented
Mixtape
You And I (Deluxe Edition Bonus Track)
Precision Auto (Deluxe Edition Bonus Track)
Anais (Demo) (Deluxe Edition Bonus Track)


From the Album Chase This Light (2007) (buy at amazon.com)

Big Casino
Let It Happen
Always Be
Carry You
Electable (Give It Up)
Gotta Be Somebody's Blues
Feeling Lucky
Here It Goes
Chase This Light
Firefight
Dizzy
Be Sensible (Bonus Track)
Distraction (Bonus Track)
Open Bar Reception (Bonus Track)
Take 'Em As They Come (Bonus Track)
Beautiful Is (Bonus Track)


From the Album Stay On My Side Tonight (2005) (buy at amazon.com)

Disintegration
Over
Closer
Half Right
Drugs Or Me (Styrophoam Remix)


From the Album Futures (2004) (buy at amazon.com)

Futures
Just Tonight...
Work
Kill
The World You Love
Pain
Drugs Or Me
Polaris
Nothing Wrong
Night Drive
23
Shame (UK Bonus Track)
When I Want (UK Bonus Track)
You (Japanese Bonus Track)


From the Album Last Christmas [7"] (2001) (buy at amazon.com)
Last Christmas
Last Christmas
Firestarter


From the Album Bleed American (2001) (buy at amazon.com)

Bleed American
Praise Chorus
The Middle
Your House
Sweetness
Hear You Me
If You Don't, Don't
Get It Faster
Cautioners
Authority Song
My Sundown
Splash, Turn, Twist (Vinyl And Foreign Bonus Track)


From the Album Jimmy Eat World (2001) (buy at amazon.com)
Jimmy Eat World
77 Satellites
Better Than Oh
Carbon Scoring
Christmas Card
H Model
Opener
Reason 346
Spangle
Speed Read
Untitled
What Would I Say To You Now


From the Album Split (2000) (buy at amazon.com)

Cautioners
Harpoon
No Sensitivity
The Most Beautiful Things


From the Album Singles (2000) (buy at amazon.com)

Opener
77 Satellites
What I Would Say To You Now
Speed Read
Spangle
H Model
Ramina
Christmas Card
Untitled
Carbon Scoring
Digits
The Most Beautiful Things
Cautioners


From the Album Jimmy Eat World EP (2000) (buy at amazon.com)

For Me This Is Heaven
Lucky Denver Mint
Roller Queen
Softer
Your New Aesthetic (demo)


From the Album Clarity (1999) (buy at amazon.com)

12.23.95
A Sunday
Believe In What You Want
Blister
Clarity
Crush
For Me This Is Heaven
Goodbye Sky Harbor
Just Watch The Fireworks
Lucky Denver Mint
Table For Glasses
Ten
What I Would Say To You N
Your New Aesthetic


From the Album Static Prevails (1996) (buy at amazon.com)



From the Album One, Two, Three, Four (1994) (buy at amazon.com)
One, Two, Three, Four
Look At You
Indecent Exposure
Angst For Joel


From the Album Jimmy Eat World (1994) (buy at amazon.com)
Jimmy Eat World


Other Songs:
Be Sensible
Beautiful Is
Big Cars (Unreleased Futures B-Side)
Distraction
Evil #1
Game Of Pricks
I Feel So
If You Were Born Today
Indecent Exposure
Jen
Last Christmas
Like She'll Always Be
Look At You
May Angels Lead You In
Mutt
New Religion (from Duran Duran Tribute Album)
No Sensitivity (from Split w/ Jebediah)
Open Bar Reception
Pain (Demo)
Roller Queen
Salt Sweat Sugar
Softer
Sparkle
Sunday
The Concept (from Vinyl Single "Work")
Unknown
What I Do To Me
Yer Feet (from "Pain" UK CD Single)
Your New Aesthetic (Acoustic)


Jimmy Eat World Info:

Jimmy Eat World is an American rock band. They formed in Mesa, Arizona in 1993. Singer/guitarist Jim Adkins and drummer Zach Lind, who had been friends since preschool, joined with guitarist Tom Linton and bass player Mitch Porter to try their hand at music. -Wikipedia

From:
Mesa, Arizona, United States

Genres:
Alternative rock, emo, power pop, pop punk

Years active:
1993-present

Name Origin:
Contrary to popular belief, the band name acronym (JEW) is not a reference to the band's religious beliefs, nor to member Jim Adkins.

The band's name came from a crayon drawing made after an incident between Linton's younger brothers, Jim and Ed Linton, who fought frequently. Jim usually won, but Ed sought revenge by drawing a picture of Jim shoving the Earth into his mouth; the picture bore the caption
"Jimmy eat world".

Members:
Jim Adkins (born on November 10, 1975) -
lead vocals, lead guitar, keyboards, (since 1993)

Tom Linton (born on August 8, 1975) -
rhythm guitar, backing vocals (since 1993)

Zach Lind (born on March 19, 1976) -
drums, percussion, programming (since 1993)

Rick Burch - Bass Guitar

Touring Members:
Rachel Haden - keyboards, backing vocals (2001-2002)
Courtney Marie Andrews - keyboards, percussion, backing vocals (2010-2011)
Robin Vining - keyboards, percussion, guitar, backing vocals (2011-present)

Past Members:
Mitch Porter - bass guitar (1993-1995)

Jimmy Eat World Quotes:
"It means everything and nothing," he said over the rumble of the van's motor and the howl of an open window. "If you had a roomful of people and ask them what 'punk' means, you'd get a roomful of different answers. I used to cringe when someone asked us how it feels to play music in the 'emo movement.' I still cringe. I used to care, but now... whatever. People need labels." (Lazyeye Interview)

Yeah, I think that it bummed us out that we didn't even know that kids weren't allowed to take pictures at our shows. We thought that it was stupid, so we took it a step further, where fans can email their pictures to our website then choose the best ten of each month and then post them on the site.

Lately, we've been playing this game on our laptops called Battlefield: 1942. We bring this wireless router with us. We played a show the other night and we were literally playing Battlefield: 1942 until five minutes before we went on. It might be a little irresponsible, but we just can't pull ourselves away from all of the violence on our laptops.

"We were literally playing Battlefield: 1942 until five minutes before we went on. It might be a little irresponsible, but we just can't pull ourselves away from all of the violence on our laptops. "

No, we don't watch it, but we may have once joked that we have. I have a limited amount of time at home, so I usually watch World Series of Poker.

Jimmy Eat World Awards

2002
Nominated for a MTV Video Music Award for Best Rock Video.

Tour Dates:




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