Directed by Shane Drake. LYRICS I'm in the business of misery Let's take it from the top She's got a body like an hourglass, it'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. I waited eight long months She finally set him free I told him I couldn't lie he was the only one for me Two weeks and we caught on fire She's got it out for me But I wear the biggest smile.
The song was written at a time in my life that I felt very bitter towards a girl, who I still haven't forgiven, for a lot of things that she did a few years ago. Until this person came into mine and my friend's lives, I had no idea what power someone could have over another. Though, when Paramore played "Misery Business" at the Royal Albert Hall in London in 2017, and it was time for the lyrics in question, Williams opted not to sing the offending line. The song was certified triple-platinum in the United States in 2015, the first of the band's songs to have sold three million units. Album version of the song. Official music video. The video for "Misery Business" was the third to be directed by Shane Drake for the band.
Misery Business Lyrics. Hit that, hit that snare. I'm in the business of misery, let's take it from the top She's got a body like an hourglass, it'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 I waited eight long months, she finally set him free. I told him I couldn't lie, he was the only one for me Two weeks and we caught on fire She's got it out for me, but I wear the biggest smile.
So, when Hayley wrote 'Misery Business,' she posted online how she wanted to encourage our fans not to be scared to say what you feel or what you're ashamed of, because once you do, you're setting yourself free. We had a huge response. Paramore announced they will no longer perform "Misery Business" at live shows at a special one-off concert event in their hometown of Nashville on September 7, 2018. Before playing the song for the last time, Hayley Williams said: "This is a choice that we've made because we feel that we should, we feel like it's time to move away from it for a little while. This is to every bad decision that led us here, this is to all the embarrassing things we might have said, but we owned up to it and we grew.
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Misery Business" is a song by American rock band Paramore and serves as the lead single from their second studio album, Riot! (2007). The song impacted radio on May 22, 2007. Misery Business" peaked on the Billboard Hot 100 at No. 26 (for the week of January 12, 2008), making it the band's highest-charting single until "Ain't It Fun" reached No. 10 in 2014. It also peaked at No. 3 on the Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart
Misery Business" is the first single from Paramore's second studio album, Riot!. along with it being the album's fourth track. This is also their first mainstream hit on all genre's that Paramore gets pushed toward. It reached number 26 on the US Hot 100, number 3 on US Alternative Songs, and number 12 on US Pop Songs. The origins of Misery Business - the first single of the album - came from a message Hayley Williams posted on the band's LiveJournal, asking fans to post what they're ashamed of.
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The punk-poppers are enjoying their new life as a three-piece after surviving a messy split. In 2010, Paramore had it all. They'd gone from emo-teen punk-poppers to stadium-filling rock band whose third album, Brand New Eyes, had shot straight in at No 2 on the Billboard charts. They had an army of dedicated teen fans who hung on their every blog post, of which there were many. But all was not well. A traumatic split was imminent, and a higher power was behind it. A brief recap.