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What Good Charlotte Song Best Describes Your Life?

The pop-punk prodigies were (and still are) the masters of youthful angst. Which of their many anthems best reflects your life? Take our quiz and find out!

UNITED KINGDOM - AUGUST 01: Hayley Madden  (Photo by Hayley Madden/Redferns)
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1 / 10

You walk into a party full of strangers. What's your first move?

"The Anthem"

Other than "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous," "The Anthem" is easily Good Charlotte's biggest hit. The track is, well, an anthem for all kids confused and proud to be themselves. If this is your answer, you're a total individual. You were so over regular teen experiences when they happened. (Think of the lyrics, "At my high school, it felt more to me / Like a jail cell, a penitentiary" and, of course, the youthful line, "I don't ever wanna be you / Don't wanna be just like you.") You say you're just a minor threat, but you're so much more than that. Lead the movement, you're already halfway there!

"Little Things"

"Little Things" can be found on Good Charlotte's self-titled debut album, so you're something of a trendsetter with this one. Get 'em before they get hot, impress your friends! This song is all about empowerment. Just think of the chorus: "The little things, little things / They always hang around / They try to break me down / They just won't go away / The little things, little things / Made me who I am today!" You've had to overcome some really crappy things, but you're better because of it. Think about it: "You wanna hate me now / But I won't stop now / Cause I can't stop now." Powerful stuff!

"Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous"

Alright, hot shot! Here's the big one: Good Charlotte's best known tune, an anthem for the ages, "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous." This track is for your internal cultural critic: You see the banality of cheap, famous existences and place real value, on, well, the things that matter! You're also kind of a bad ass... think of the lyric "If money is such a problem / Well, they got mansions / Think we should rob them" and when the last lines change in the last verse, "You got so many problems / Think I could solve them." You might seem intimidating to some, but that's only because they're misreading your outgoing and intelligent nature. Don't let it get to you!

"Dance Floor Anthem"

This high-energy jam is found on GC's fourth album, the celebrated, yet somehow still overlooked, 'Good Morning Revival.' The lyrics beg, "Feel the beat / You got nothing to lose / Don't be afraid to get down." It's the kind of carpe diem lifestyle that you possess! Who hasn't spent a night totally relating to this chorus, "Everybody, put up your hands / Say 'I don't wanna be in love, I don't wanna be in love' / Feel the beat now, if you've got nothing left." Dance until you're dead! Be the life of the party! It's all you!

"Girls & Boys"

Like the other songs on Good Charlotte's sophomore LP, 'The Young and the Hopeless,' this song is preoccupied with calling out the stupidity of society (sound like you?). The chorus, "Girls don't like boys / Girls like cars and money / Boys will laugh at girls when they're not funny," might seem like an attack on vapid girls, but boys, too. Everybody, really! If this is your answer, you're not one to take any crap, and that's awesome! The tune gets a little deeper near its end, "All of these boys and all of the girls / losing their souls in a material world." You know the feeling, right? Being superficial is totally lame.


1 / 10
2
2 / 10

Pick a holiday

"The Anthem"

Other than "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous," "The Anthem" is easily Good Charlotte's biggest hit. The track is, well, an anthem for all kids confused and proud to be themselves. If this is your answer, you're a total individual. You were so over regular teen experiences when they happened. (Think of the lyrics, "At my high school, it felt more to me / Like a jail cell, a penitentiary" and, of course, the youthful line, "I don't ever wanna be you / Don't wanna be just like you.") You say you're just a minor threat, but you're so much more than that. Lead the movement, you're already halfway there!

"Little Things"

"Little Things" can be found on Good Charlotte's self-titled debut album, so you're something of a trendsetter with this one. Get 'em before they get hot, impress your friends! This song is all about empowerment. Just think of the chorus: "The little things, little things / They always hang around / They try to break me down / They just won't go away / The little things, little things / Made me who I am today!" You've had to overcome some really crappy things, but you're better because of it. Think about it: "You wanna hate me now / But I won't stop now / Cause I can't stop now." Powerful stuff!

"Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous"

Alright, hot shot! Here's the big one: Good Charlotte's best known tune, an anthem for the ages, "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous." This track is for your internal cultural critic: You see the banality of cheap, famous existences and place real value, on, well, the things that matter! You're also kind of a bad ass... think of the lyric "If money is such a problem / Well, they got mansions / Think we should rob them" and when the last lines change in the last verse, "You got so many problems / Think I could solve them." You might seem intimidating to some, but that's only because they're misreading your outgoing and intelligent nature. Don't let it get to you!

"Dance Floor Anthem"

This high-energy jam is found on GC's fourth album, the celebrated, yet somehow still overlooked, 'Good Morning Revival.' The lyrics beg, "Feel the beat / You got nothing to lose / Don't be afraid to get down." It's the kind of carpe diem lifestyle that you possess! Who hasn't spent a night totally relating to this chorus, "Everybody, put up your hands / Say 'I don't wanna be in love, I don't wanna be in love' / Feel the beat now, if you've got nothing left." Dance until you're dead! Be the life of the party! It's all you!

"Girls & Boys"

Like the other songs on Good Charlotte's sophomore LP, 'The Young and the Hopeless,' this song is preoccupied with calling out the stupidity of society (sound like you?). The chorus, "Girls don't like boys / Girls like cars and money / Boys will laugh at girls when they're not funny," might seem like an attack on vapid girls, but boys, too. Everybody, really! If this is your answer, you're not one to take any crap, and that's awesome! The tune gets a little deeper near its end, "All of these boys and all of the girls / losing their souls in a material world." You know the feeling, right? Being superficial is totally lame.


2 / 10
3
3 / 10

Pick a band

"The Anthem"

Other than "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous," "The Anthem" is easily Good Charlotte's biggest hit. The track is, well, an anthem for all kids confused and proud to be themselves. If this is your answer, you're a total individual. You were so over regular teen experiences when they happened. (Think of the lyrics, "At my high school, it felt more to me / Like a jail cell, a penitentiary" and, of course, the youthful line, "I don't ever wanna be you / Don't wanna be just like you.") You say you're just a minor threat, but you're so much more than that. Lead the movement, you're already halfway there!

"Little Things"

"Little Things" can be found on Good Charlotte's self-titled debut album, so you're something of a trendsetter with this one. Get 'em before they get hot, impress your friends! This song is all about empowerment. Just think of the chorus: "The little things, little things / They always hang around / They try to break me down / They just won't go away / The little things, little things / Made me who I am today!" You've had to overcome some really crappy things, but you're better because of it. Think about it: "You wanna hate me now / But I won't stop now / Cause I can't stop now." Powerful stuff!

"Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous"

Alright, hot shot! Here's the big one: Good Charlotte's best known tune, an anthem for the ages, "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous." This track is for your internal cultural critic: You see the banality of cheap, famous existences and place real value, on, well, the things that matter! You're also kind of a bad ass... think of the lyric "If money is such a problem / Well, they got mansions / Think we should rob them" and when the last lines change in the last verse, "You got so many problems / Think I could solve them." You might seem intimidating to some, but that's only because they're misreading your outgoing and intelligent nature. Don't let it get to you!

"Dance Floor Anthem"

This high-energy jam is found on GC's fourth album, the celebrated, yet somehow still overlooked, 'Good Morning Revival.' The lyrics beg, "Feel the beat / You got nothing to lose / Don't be afraid to get down." It's the kind of carpe diem lifestyle that you possess! Who hasn't spent a night totally relating to this chorus, "Everybody, put up your hands / Say 'I don't wanna be in love, I don't wanna be in love' / Feel the beat now, if you've got nothing left." Dance until you're dead! Be the life of the party! It's all you!

"Girls & Boys"

Like the other songs on Good Charlotte's sophomore LP, 'The Young and the Hopeless,' this song is preoccupied with calling out the stupidity of society (sound like you?). The chorus, "Girls don't like boys / Girls like cars and money / Boys will laugh at girls when they're not funny," might seem like an attack on vapid girls, but boys, too. Everybody, really! If this is your answer, you're not one to take any crap, and that's awesome! The tune gets a little deeper near its end, "All of these boys and all of the girls / losing their souls in a material world." You know the feeling, right? Being superficial is totally lame.


3 / 10
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4 / 10

What do you do when you're upset?

"The Anthem"

Other than "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous," "The Anthem" is easily Good Charlotte's biggest hit. The track is, well, an anthem for all kids confused and proud to be themselves. If this is your answer, you're a total individual. You were so over regular teen experiences when they happened. (Think of the lyrics, "At my high school, it felt more to me / Like a jail cell, a penitentiary" and, of course, the youthful line, "I don't ever wanna be you / Don't wanna be just like you.") You say you're just a minor threat, but you're so much more than that. Lead the movement, you're already halfway there!

"Little Things"

"Little Things" can be found on Good Charlotte's self-titled debut album, so you're something of a trendsetter with this one. Get 'em before they get hot, impress your friends! This song is all about empowerment. Just think of the chorus: "The little things, little things / They always hang around / They try to break me down / They just won't go away / The little things, little things / Made me who I am today!" You've had to overcome some really crappy things, but you're better because of it. Think about it: "You wanna hate me now / But I won't stop now / Cause I can't stop now." Powerful stuff!

"Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous"

Alright, hot shot! Here's the big one: Good Charlotte's best known tune, an anthem for the ages, "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous." This track is for your internal cultural critic: You see the banality of cheap, famous existences and place real value, on, well, the things that matter! You're also kind of a bad ass... think of the lyric "If money is such a problem / Well, they got mansions / Think we should rob them" and when the last lines change in the last verse, "You got so many problems / Think I could solve them." You might seem intimidating to some, but that's only because they're misreading your outgoing and intelligent nature. Don't let it get to you!

"Dance Floor Anthem"

This high-energy jam is found on GC's fourth album, the celebrated, yet somehow still overlooked, 'Good Morning Revival.' The lyrics beg, "Feel the beat / You got nothing to lose / Don't be afraid to get down." It's the kind of carpe diem lifestyle that you possess! Who hasn't spent a night totally relating to this chorus, "Everybody, put up your hands / Say 'I don't wanna be in love, I don't wanna be in love' / Feel the beat now, if you've got nothing left." Dance until you're dead! Be the life of the party! It's all you!

"Girls & Boys"

Like the other songs on Good Charlotte's sophomore LP, 'The Young and the Hopeless,' this song is preoccupied with calling out the stupidity of society (sound like you?). The chorus, "Girls don't like boys / Girls like cars and money / Boys will laugh at girls when they're not funny," might seem like an attack on vapid girls, but boys, too. Everybody, really! If this is your answer, you're not one to take any crap, and that's awesome! The tune gets a little deeper near its end, "All of these boys and all of the girls / losing their souls in a material world." You know the feeling, right? Being superficial is totally lame.


4 / 10
5
5 / 10

What's your spirit animal?

"The Anthem"

Other than "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous," "The Anthem" is easily Good Charlotte's biggest hit. The track is, well, an anthem for all kids confused and proud to be themselves. If this is your answer, you're a total individual. You were so over regular teen experiences when they happened. (Think of the lyrics, "At my high school, it felt more to me / Like a jail cell, a penitentiary" and, of course, the youthful line, "I don't ever wanna be you / Don't wanna be just like you.") You say you're just a minor threat, but you're so much more than that. Lead the movement, you're already halfway there!

"Little Things"

"Little Things" can be found on Good Charlotte's self-titled debut album, so you're something of a trendsetter with this one. Get 'em before they get hot, impress your friends! This song is all about empowerment. Just think of the chorus: "The little things, little things / They always hang around / They try to break me down / They just won't go away / The little things, little things / Made me who I am today!" You've had to overcome some really crappy things, but you're better because of it. Think about it: "You wanna hate me now / But I won't stop now / Cause I can't stop now." Powerful stuff!

"Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous"

Alright, hot shot! Here's the big one: Good Charlotte's best known tune, an anthem for the ages, "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous." This track is for your internal cultural critic: You see the banality of cheap, famous existences and place real value, on, well, the things that matter! You're also kind of a bad ass... think of the lyric "If money is such a problem / Well, they got mansions / Think we should rob them" and when the last lines change in the last verse, "You got so many problems / Think I could solve them." You might seem intimidating to some, but that's only because they're misreading your outgoing and intelligent nature. Don't let it get to you!

"Dance Floor Anthem"

This high-energy jam is found on GC's fourth album, the celebrated, yet somehow still overlooked, 'Good Morning Revival.' The lyrics beg, "Feel the beat / You got nothing to lose / Don't be afraid to get down." It's the kind of carpe diem lifestyle that you possess! Who hasn't spent a night totally relating to this chorus, "Everybody, put up your hands / Say 'I don't wanna be in love, I don't wanna be in love' / Feel the beat now, if you've got nothing left." Dance until you're dead! Be the life of the party! It's all you!

"Girls & Boys"

Like the other songs on Good Charlotte's sophomore LP, 'The Young and the Hopeless,' this song is preoccupied with calling out the stupidity of society (sound like you?). The chorus, "Girls don't like boys / Girls like cars and money / Boys will laugh at girls when they're not funny," might seem like an attack on vapid girls, but boys, too. Everybody, really! If this is your answer, you're not one to take any crap, and that's awesome! The tune gets a little deeper near its end, "All of these boys and all of the girls / losing their souls in a material world." You know the feeling, right? Being superficial is totally lame.


5 / 10
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6 / 10

What's your dream job?

"The Anthem"

Other than "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous," "The Anthem" is easily Good Charlotte's biggest hit. The track is, well, an anthem for all kids confused and proud to be themselves. If this is your answer, you're a total individual. You were so over regular teen experiences when they happened. (Think of the lyrics, "At my high school, it felt more to me / Like a jail cell, a penitentiary" and, of course, the youthful line, "I don't ever wanna be you / Don't wanna be just like you.") You say you're just a minor threat, but you're so much more than that. Lead the movement, you're already halfway there!

"Little Things"

"Little Things" can be found on Good Charlotte's self-titled debut album, so you're something of a trendsetter with this one. Get 'em before they get hot, impress your friends! This song is all about empowerment. Just think of the chorus: "The little things, little things / They always hang around / They try to break me down / They just won't go away / The little things, little things / Made me who I am today!" You've had to overcome some really crappy things, but you're better because of it. Think about it: "You wanna hate me now / But I won't stop now / Cause I can't stop now." Powerful stuff!

"Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous"

Alright, hot shot! Here's the big one: Good Charlotte's best known tune, an anthem for the ages, "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous." This track is for your internal cultural critic: You see the banality of cheap, famous existences and place real value, on, well, the things that matter! You're also kind of a bad ass... think of the lyric "If money is such a problem / Well, they got mansions / Think we should rob them" and when the last lines change in the last verse, "You got so many problems / Think I could solve them." You might seem intimidating to some, but that's only because they're misreading your outgoing and intelligent nature. Don't let it get to you!

"Dance Floor Anthem"

This high-energy jam is found on GC's fourth album, the celebrated, yet somehow still overlooked, 'Good Morning Revival.' The lyrics beg, "Feel the beat / You got nothing to lose / Don't be afraid to get down." It's the kind of carpe diem lifestyle that you possess! Who hasn't spent a night totally relating to this chorus, "Everybody, put up your hands / Say 'I don't wanna be in love, I don't wanna be in love' / Feel the beat now, if you've got nothing left." Dance until you're dead! Be the life of the party! It's all you!

"Girls & Boys"

Like the other songs on Good Charlotte's sophomore LP, 'The Young and the Hopeless,' this song is preoccupied with calling out the stupidity of society (sound like you?). The chorus, "Girls don't like boys / Girls like cars and money / Boys will laugh at girls when they're not funny," might seem like an attack on vapid girls, but boys, too. Everybody, really! If this is your answer, you're not one to take any crap, and that's awesome! The tune gets a little deeper near its end, "All of these boys and all of the girls / losing their souls in a material world." You know the feeling, right? Being superficial is totally lame.


6 / 10
7
7 / 10

Pick a chocolate candy

"The Anthem"

Other than "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous," "The Anthem" is easily Good Charlotte's biggest hit. The track is, well, an anthem for all kids confused and proud to be themselves. If this is your answer, you're a total individual. You were so over regular teen experiences when they happened. (Think of the lyrics, "At my high school, it felt more to me / Like a jail cell, a penitentiary" and, of course, the youthful line, "I don't ever wanna be you / Don't wanna be just like you.") You say you're just a minor threat, but you're so much more than that. Lead the movement, you're already halfway there!

"Little Things"

"Little Things" can be found on Good Charlotte's self-titled debut album, so you're something of a trendsetter with this one. Get 'em before they get hot, impress your friends! This song is all about empowerment. Just think of the chorus: "The little things, little things / They always hang around / They try to break me down / They just won't go away / The little things, little things / Made me who I am today!" You've had to overcome some really crappy things, but you're better because of it. Think about it: "You wanna hate me now / But I won't stop now / Cause I can't stop now." Powerful stuff!

"Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous"

Alright, hot shot! Here's the big one: Good Charlotte's best known tune, an anthem for the ages, "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous." This track is for your internal cultural critic: You see the banality of cheap, famous existences and place real value, on, well, the things that matter! You're also kind of a bad ass... think of the lyric "If money is such a problem / Well, they got mansions / Think we should rob them" and when the last lines change in the last verse, "You got so many problems / Think I could solve them." You might seem intimidating to some, but that's only because they're misreading your outgoing and intelligent nature. Don't let it get to you!

"Dance Floor Anthem"

This high-energy jam is found on GC's fourth album, the celebrated, yet somehow still overlooked, 'Good Morning Revival.' The lyrics beg, "Feel the beat / You got nothing to lose / Don't be afraid to get down." It's the kind of carpe diem lifestyle that you possess! Who hasn't spent a night totally relating to this chorus, "Everybody, put up your hands / Say 'I don't wanna be in love, I don't wanna be in love' / Feel the beat now, if you've got nothing left." Dance until you're dead! Be the life of the party! It's all you!

"Girls & Boys"

Like the other songs on Good Charlotte's sophomore LP, 'The Young and the Hopeless,' this song is preoccupied with calling out the stupidity of society (sound like you?). The chorus, "Girls don't like boys / Girls like cars and money / Boys will laugh at girls when they're not funny," might seem like an attack on vapid girls, but boys, too. Everybody, really! If this is your answer, you're not one to take any crap, and that's awesome! The tune gets a little deeper near its end, "All of these boys and all of the girls / losing their souls in a material world." You know the feeling, right? Being superficial is totally lame.


7 / 10
8
8 / 10

If you could only eat one thing for the rest of your life, it would be...

"The Anthem"

Other than "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous," "The Anthem" is easily Good Charlotte's biggest hit. The track is, well, an anthem for all kids confused and proud to be themselves. If this is your answer, you're a total individual. You were so over regular teen experiences when they happened. (Think of the lyrics, "At my high school, it felt more to me / Like a jail cell, a penitentiary" and, of course, the youthful line, "I don't ever wanna be you / Don't wanna be just like you.") You say you're just a minor threat, but you're so much more than that. Lead the movement, you're already halfway there!

"Little Things"

"Little Things" can be found on Good Charlotte's self-titled debut album, so you're something of a trendsetter with this one. Get 'em before they get hot, impress your friends! This song is all about empowerment. Just think of the chorus: "The little things, little things / They always hang around / They try to break me down / They just won't go away / The little things, little things / Made me who I am today!" You've had to overcome some really crappy things, but you're better because of it. Think about it: "You wanna hate me now / But I won't stop now / Cause I can't stop now." Powerful stuff!

"Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous"

Alright, hot shot! Here's the big one: Good Charlotte's best known tune, an anthem for the ages, "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous." This track is for your internal cultural critic: You see the banality of cheap, famous existences and place real value, on, well, the things that matter! You're also kind of a bad ass... think of the lyric "If money is such a problem / Well, they got mansions / Think we should rob them" and when the last lines change in the last verse, "You got so many problems / Think I could solve them." You might seem intimidating to some, but that's only because they're misreading your outgoing and intelligent nature. Don't let it get to you!

"Dance Floor Anthem"

This high-energy jam is found on GC's fourth album, the celebrated, yet somehow still overlooked, 'Good Morning Revival.' The lyrics beg, "Feel the beat / You got nothing to lose / Don't be afraid to get down." It's the kind of carpe diem lifestyle that you possess! Who hasn't spent a night totally relating to this chorus, "Everybody, put up your hands / Say 'I don't wanna be in love, I don't wanna be in love' / Feel the beat now, if you've got nothing left." Dance until you're dead! Be the life of the party! It's all you!

"Girls & Boys"

Like the other songs on Good Charlotte's sophomore LP, 'The Young and the Hopeless,' this song is preoccupied with calling out the stupidity of society (sound like you?). The chorus, "Girls don't like boys / Girls like cars and money / Boys will laugh at girls when they're not funny," might seem like an attack on vapid girls, but boys, too. Everybody, really! If this is your answer, you're not one to take any crap, and that's awesome! The tune gets a little deeper near its end, "All of these boys and all of the girls / losing their souls in a material world." You know the feeling, right? Being superficial is totally lame.


8 / 10
9
9 / 10

Pick a decade

"The Anthem"

Other than "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous," "The Anthem" is easily Good Charlotte's biggest hit. The track is, well, an anthem for all kids confused and proud to be themselves. If this is your answer, you're a total individual. You were so over regular teen experiences when they happened. (Think of the lyrics, "At my high school, it felt more to me / Like a jail cell, a penitentiary" and, of course, the youthful line, "I don't ever wanna be you / Don't wanna be just like you.") You say you're just a minor threat, but you're so much more than that. Lead the movement, you're already halfway there!

"Little Things"

"Little Things" can be found on Good Charlotte's self-titled debut album, so you're something of a trendsetter with this one. Get 'em before they get hot, impress your friends! This song is all about empowerment. Just think of the chorus: "The little things, little things / They always hang around / They try to break me down / They just won't go away / The little things, little things / Made me who I am today!" You've had to overcome some really crappy things, but you're better because of it. Think about it: "You wanna hate me now / But I won't stop now / Cause I can't stop now." Powerful stuff!

"Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous"

Alright, hot shot! Here's the big one: Good Charlotte's best known tune, an anthem for the ages, "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous." This track is for your internal cultural critic: You see the banality of cheap, famous existences and place real value, on, well, the things that matter! You're also kind of a bad ass... think of the lyric "If money is such a problem / Well, they got mansions / Think we should rob them" and when the last lines change in the last verse, "You got so many problems / Think I could solve them." You might seem intimidating to some, but that's only because they're misreading your outgoing and intelligent nature. Don't let it get to you!

"Dance Floor Anthem"

This high-energy jam is found on GC's fourth album, the celebrated, yet somehow still overlooked, 'Good Morning Revival.' The lyrics beg, "Feel the beat / You got nothing to lose / Don't be afraid to get down." It's the kind of carpe diem lifestyle that you possess! Who hasn't spent a night totally relating to this chorus, "Everybody, put up your hands / Say 'I don't wanna be in love, I don't wanna be in love' / Feel the beat now, if you've got nothing left." Dance until you're dead! Be the life of the party! It's all you!

"Girls & Boys"

Like the other songs on Good Charlotte's sophomore LP, 'The Young and the Hopeless,' this song is preoccupied with calling out the stupidity of society (sound like you?). The chorus, "Girls don't like boys / Girls like cars and money / Boys will laugh at girls when they're not funny," might seem like an attack on vapid girls, but boys, too. Everybody, really! If this is your answer, you're not one to take any crap, and that's awesome! The tune gets a little deeper near its end, "All of these boys and all of the girls / losing their souls in a material world." You know the feeling, right? Being superficial is totally lame.


9 / 10
10
10 / 10

If you have one day left on earth, you would...

"The Anthem"

Other than "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous," "The Anthem" is easily Good Charlotte's biggest hit. The track is, well, an anthem for all kids confused and proud to be themselves. If this is your answer, you're a total individual. You were so over regular teen experiences when they happened. (Think of the lyrics, "At my high school, it felt more to me / Like a jail cell, a penitentiary" and, of course, the youthful line, "I don't ever wanna be you / Don't wanna be just like you.") You say you're just a minor threat, but you're so much more than that. Lead the movement, you're already halfway there!

"Little Things"

"Little Things" can be found on Good Charlotte's self-titled debut album, so you're something of a trendsetter with this one. Get 'em before they get hot, impress your friends! This song is all about empowerment. Just think of the chorus: "The little things, little things / They always hang around / They try to break me down / They just won't go away / The little things, little things / Made me who I am today!" You've had to overcome some really crappy things, but you're better because of it. Think about it: "You wanna hate me now / But I won't stop now / Cause I can't stop now." Powerful stuff!

"Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous"

Alright, hot shot! Here's the big one: Good Charlotte's best known tune, an anthem for the ages, "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous." This track is for your internal cultural critic: You see the banality of cheap, famous existences and place real value, on, well, the things that matter! You're also kind of a bad ass... think of the lyric "If money is such a problem / Well, they got mansions / Think we should rob them" and when the last lines change in the last verse, "You got so many problems / Think I could solve them." You might seem intimidating to some, but that's only because they're misreading your outgoing and intelligent nature. Don't let it get to you!

"Dance Floor Anthem"

This high-energy jam is found on GC's fourth album, the celebrated, yet somehow still overlooked, 'Good Morning Revival.' The lyrics beg, "Feel the beat / You got nothing to lose / Don't be afraid to get down." It's the kind of carpe diem lifestyle that you possess! Who hasn't spent a night totally relating to this chorus, "Everybody, put up your hands / Say 'I don't wanna be in love, I don't wanna be in love' / Feel the beat now, if you've got nothing left." Dance until you're dead! Be the life of the party! It's all you!

"Girls & Boys"

Like the other songs on Good Charlotte's sophomore LP, 'The Young and the Hopeless,' this song is preoccupied with calling out the stupidity of society (sound like you?). The chorus, "Girls don't like boys / Girls like cars and money / Boys will laugh at girls when they're not funny," might seem like an attack on vapid girls, but boys, too. Everybody, really! If this is your answer, you're not one to take any crap, and that's awesome! The tune gets a little deeper near its end, "All of these boys and all of the girls / losing their souls in a material world." You know the feeling, right? Being superficial is totally lame.


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BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS - DECEMBER 01:  Singer Rihanna and Prince Harry speak on stage at the 'Man Aware' event held by the Barb

Dec. 1: Rih & The Prince in Barbados

In Barbados Rihanna and Prince Harry raise HIV/AIDS awareness in hopes to fight HIV and AIDS stigma. Getting tested in front of cameras, the singer and the prince show us the importance and ease of the process. "It's so easy to get tested & know your status!” Rih tweeted afterwards. Today also marks the 50th Anniversary of Independence in Barbados.

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