A Lesson In Romantics is noted as being one of the best Mayday Parade albums of all time. How well can you recall the lyrics of the album?
Released in the height of the scene kid days, A Lesson In Romantics served as the gateway to Mayday Parade’s music. Between angsty, romance driven lyrics, songs that got our feelings going, and the original vocals of Jason Lancaster mixed with the current vocalist Derek Sanders, the album was an absolute dream.
With Fearless Records releasing the record in July of 2007, alongside music videos for ‘When I Get Home, You’re So Dead’ and ‘Jamie All Over’, the band quickly rose in the world of pop-punk.
Considered to be a fan favourite, which is very apparent if you have been to your share of Mayday Parade concerts, the album also charted on Billboard for an outstanding 70 weeks.
Additionally, both the record and single ‘Miserable At Best’ from the album received gold certification from the Recording Industry Association of America. Once the music video dropped for ‘When I Get Home, You’re So Dead’, the song received a rank of 194 on New York Post‘s 2007 list of best songs to download.
With A Lesson In Romantics being marked as their most playable album, we wonder how well you can recall its lyrics. Can you quote ‘You Be the Anchor That Keeps My Feet on the Ground, I’ll Be the Wings That Keep Your Heart in the Clouds’ word-for-word, let alone remember the title? Is ‘If You Wanted a Song Written About You, All You Had to Do Was Ask’ your jam?
Maybe you have listened to the album on repeat so many times that the CD is starting to disintegrate? Take our quiz below and see how well you can recite the lyrics!