"Untitled (How Could This Happen to Me?)" is the third single by the Canadian pop punk band Simple Plan taken from their second studio album Still Not Getting Any.

“Over the last few years, a lot of people we know have been involved in tragic accidents caused by drinking and driving. One of the students at our high-school crashed his car driving back from a weekend trip and killed his best friend. It was a very sad time that none of us will ever forget.

When an accident happens, there are more victims than people think, and many lives are changed forever. Parents, brothers, sisters, sons and daughters, grandparents - everybody feels the impact.
We wanted to tell a story with this video: the story about all of the innocent victims affected by drinking and driving.”

The song has since been used in MADD anti-drunk driving campaigns.

What About Now

"What About Now" is the seventh single from American rock band Daughtry's eponymous debut album.

It was officially released in the U.S. on July 1, 2008. On August 30 of the same year, "What About Now" reached the #1 spot on the VH1 Top Twenty Video Countdown after numerous weeks of being stuck behind "Pocketful of Sunshine."

The song later returned to the #1 spot on September 13 and September 20 after being taken off the #1 spot a week later.

Through The Barricades

Through the Barricades is a studio album by Spandau Ballet released on July 15, 1986 by Epic Records.

The song was inspired by love prevailing over the troubles in Northern Ireland.


"Superman" is a contemporary rock song by Five for Fighting, stage name of American singer-songwriter John Ondrasik. His album America Town went platinum in the U.S. largely because of the success of this song.

The single peaked at #14 on the US charts. It was first released in 2000, but became popular after the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York, entering the Hot 100 charts at #38 on October 27 and peaking at #14.


"Apologize" is a song written by OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder for the band's 2007 debut album Dreaming Out Loud. The song was the biggest radio airplay hit in the history of Top 40 radio in North America, with 10,331 plays in one week.

The song charted strongly around the world, reaching #1 in sixteen countries, including Australia, Austria, Germany, Italy, New Zealand, Sweden, Egypt, Turkey, and the Netherlands, as well as staying at #1 for eight consecutive weeks on Billboard's Pop 100. The song reached the US and UK top 3 and spent thirteen weeks at #1 in Canada.

"Apologize" is #50 on the definitive list of Billboard's Hot 100 All-Time Songs from the chart's first 50 years; achieving this status after it spent twenty-five consecutive weeks in the top 10, the longest stay there for any song since "Smooth" by Santana. The song has so far sold over 4,270,000 digital downloads in the United States to date.

The World I Know

"The World I Know" is a song by the American alternative rock band Collective Soul from their 1995 Eponymous album. Written by lead singer and guitarist Ed Roland and guitarist Ross Childress, it peaked at #19 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart when released as a single, and spent four weeks at the #1 spot on the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart.

David Cook, the eventual winner of the seventh season of American Idol, sang "The World I Know" as his final song before winning the competition by 12 million votes. Following his performance, the song peaked at #67 on the Billboard Hot Digital Songs chart. His version later peaked at #28 on the Billboard Hot 100.


Angels & Airwaves (often typeset as "AVA") is an alternative rock band fronted by Blink-182 and Box Car Racer guitarist/vocalist Tom DeLonge. The band also includes guitarist David Kennedy, notably from Over My Dead Body, Hazen Street and Box Car Racer, drummer Adam Willard from The Offspring and Rocket from the Crypt and former 30 Seconds to Mars bassist Matt Wachter, who replaced former The Distillers bassist Ryan Sinn in May 2007.

Breathe is the third single from their second album I-Empire released in 2007.

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