List of songs recorded by Paramore

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Three different pictures: in the first one, a blonde man plays a guitar on stage; in the second one, a red-haired woman sings to a microphone on stage; and in the third one a dark-haired man plays a guitar, also on stage
From left to right: Jeremy Davis, Hayley Williams and Taylor York of Paramore in 2010

American alternative rock band Paramore has recorded songs for four studio albums, a box set, an extended play and two soundtrack albums. In 2002, at age 13, vocalist Hayley Williams moved to Franklin, Tennessee, where she met brothers Josh Farro and Zac Farro.[1][2] The band was officially formed by Josh Farro (lead guitar and backing vocals), Zac Farro (drums), Jeremy Davis (bass guitar) and Williams (lead vocals) in 2004,[3] with the later addition of Williams' neighbor Jason Bynum (rhythm guitar). In 2005, Paramore signed with the New York City-based Fueled by Ramen and released their debut album entitled All We Know Is Falling that year. Three singles were released to promote the album.

Bynum left the band shortly after promotion for their debut album ended. Taylor York, who had been in a band with the Farro brothers before the two met Hayley Williams, joined as a replacement. The band released their second album, Riot!, in 2007. The lead single, "Misery Business", became their first charting single in the Billboard Hot 100 and certified single.[4] The next year, Paramore contributed to the Twilight film soundtrack with two original songs, including the hit single "Decode".

In 2009, the band released their third studio album Brand New Eyes. Williams and Josh Farro wrote most of the songs together, while York had writing credits in some of them. After promotion for Brand New Eyes ended, the Farro brothers announced their departure of the band.In 2009, Paramore recorded an original song for the Transformers: Dark of the Moon film soundtrack and released a box set entitled Singles Club with three original songs. In 2013, they released their fourth studio album, Paramore, which debuted at number one on Billboard 200. The album produced two of Paramore's biggest hits "Still into You" and "Ain't It Fun".


Songs[edit]

A picture of a red-haired woman singing to a microphone on stage
Lead singer Hayley Williams wrote most of All We Know Is Falling' songs solely.
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Key
Song released as a single Indicates single release
Song Artist(s) Writer(s) Release(s) Year Ref.
"Ain't It Fun" dagger Paramore Hayley Williams
Taylor York
Paramore 2013 [5]
"All I Wanted" Paramore Williams
York
Brand New Eyes 2009 [6]
"All We Know" dagger Paramore Williams All We Know is Falling 2005

[7]

"Anklebiters" Paramore Williams
York
Justin Meldal-Johnsen
Paramore 2013 [5]
"Be Alone" Paramore Williams
York
Paramore 2013 [5]
"Born for This" Paramore Williams
Josh Farro
Riot! 2007 [8]
"Brick By Boring Brick" dagger Paramore Williams
Farro
Brand New Eyes 2009 [6]
"Brighter" Paramore Williams
Farro
All We Know is Falling 2005 [7]
"Careful" dagger Paramore Williams
Farro
Brand New Eyes 2009 [6]
"Conspiracy" Paramore Williams
Farro
York
All We Know is Falling 2005 [7]
"(One of Those) Crazy Girls" Paramore Williams
York
Paramore 2013 [5]
"crushcrushcrush" dagger Paramore Williams
Farro
Riot! 2007 [8]
"Daydreaming" dagger Paramore Williams
York
Paramore 2013 [5]
"Decode" dagger Paramore Williams
Farro
York
Twilight (soundtrack) 2008 [9]
"Decoy" Paramore Williams
Farro
Riot! 2007 [8]
"Emergency" dagger Paramore Williams
Farro
All We Know is Falling 2005 [7]
"Escape Route" Paramore Williams
York
Paramore 2013 [5]
"Fast in My Car" Paramore Williams
York
Meldal-Johnsen
Paramore 2013 [5]
"Feeling Sorry" Paramore Williams
Farro
York
Brand New Eyes 2009 [6]
"Fences" Paramore Williams
Farro
David Bendeth
Riot! 2007 [8]
"For a Pessimist, I'm Pretty Optimistic" Paramore Williams
Farro
Riot! 2007 [8]
"Franklin" Paramore Williams All We Know is Falling 2005 [7]
"Future" Paramore Williams
York
Paramore 2013 [5]
"Grow Up" Paramore Williams
York
Paramore 2013 [5]
"Hallelujah" dagger Paramore Williams
Farro
Riot! 2007 [8]
"Hate to See Your Heart Break" Paramore Williams
York
Paramore 2013 [5]
"Hello Cold World" Paramore Williams
York
Singles Club 2011 [10]
"Here We Go Again" Paramore Williams All We Know is Falling 2005 [7]
"I Caught Myself" Paramore Williams
Farro
Twilight (soundtrack) 2008 [9]
"Ignorance" dagger Paramore Williams
Farro
Brand New Eyes 2009 [6]
"Interlude: Holiday" Paramore Williams
Jeremy Davis
Paramore 2013 [5]
"Interlude: I'm Not Angry Anymore" Paramore Williams
York
Paramore 2013 [5]
"Interlude: Moving On" Paramore Williams
York
Paramore 2013 [5]
"In the Mourning" Paramore Williams
York
Singles Club 2011 [10]
"Last Hope" Paramore Williams
York
Paramore 2013 [5]
"Let the Flames Begin" Paramore Williams
Farro
Riot! 2007 [8]
"Looking Up" Paramore Williams
Farro
Brand New Eyes 2009 [6]
"Miracle" Paramore Williams
Farro
Riot! 2007 [8]
"Misery Business" dagger Paramore Williams
Farro
Riot! 2007 [8]
"Misguided Ghosts" Paramore Williams
Farro
York
Brand New Eyes 2009 [6]
"Monster" dagger Paramore Williams
York
Transformers: Dark of the Moon (soundtrack) 2011 [11]
"My Heart" Paramore Williams
Farro
All We Know is Falling 2005 [7]
"My Hero" Paramore Dave Grohl
Nate Mendel
Pat Smear
Sound of Superman 2006 [12]
"Native Tongue" Paramore Williams
York
Paramore 2013 [5]
"Never Let This Go" Paramore Williams All We Know is Falling 2005 [7]
"Now" dagger Paramore Williams
York
Paramore 2013 [5]
"Oh Star" Paramore Williams
York
The Summer Tic EP 2005 [13]
"The Only Exception" dagger Paramore Williams
Farro
Brand New Eyes 2009 [6]
"Part II" Paramore Williams
York
Paramore 2013 [5]
"Playing God" dagger Paramore Williams
Farro
York
Brand New Eyes 2009 [6]
"Pressure" dagger Paramore Williams All We Know is Falling 2005 [7]
"Proof" Paramore Williams
York
Paramore 2013 [5]
"Renegade" Paramore Williams
York
Davis
Singles Club 2011 [10]
"Rewind" Paramore Williams
Farro
Riot! 2007 [8]
"Still into You" dagger Paramore Williams
York
Paramore 2013 [5]
"Stop this Song (Lovesick Melody)" Paramore Williams
Farro
Riot! 2007 [8]
"Stuck on You" Paramore Ken Andrews
Greg Edwards
The Summer Tic EP 2005 [13]
"Temporary" Paramore Williams
Farro
Riot! 2007 [8]
"That's What You Get" dagger Paramore Williams
Farro
York
Riot! 2007 [8]
"This Circle" Paramore Williams
Farro
The Summer Tic EP 2005 [13]
"Turn It Off" Paramore Williams
Farro
Brand New Eyes 2009 [6]
"We Are Broken" Paramore Williams
Farro
Bendeth
Riot! 2007 [8]
"When It Rains" Paramore Williams
Farro
Zac Farro
Riot! 2007 [8]
"Where the Lines Overlap" Paramore Williams
Farro
Brand New Eyes 2009 [6]
"Whoa" Paramore Williams All We Know is Falling 2005 [7]

References[edit]

General
Specific
  1. ^ "Biography". All Music. Retrieved 2007-08-16. 
  2. ^ Brian Mansfield (August 20, 2007). "Pop-punkers Paramore find a niche". USA Today. 
  3. ^ "History". paramore.net. Retrieved 2007-12-31. 
  4. ^ "American single certifications – Paramore – Misery Business". Recording Industry Association of America.  If necessary, click Advanced, then click Format, then select Single, then click SEARCH
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s Paramore (inlay cover). Paramore. Fueled by Ramen. 2013. 
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Brand New Eyes (inlay cover). Paramore. Fueled by Ramen. 2009. 
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j All We Know is Falling (inlay cover). Paramore. Fueled by Ramen. 2005. 
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Riot! (inlay cover). Paramore. Fueled by Ramen. 2007. 
  9. ^ a b Twilight: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (inlay cover). Various Artists. Atlantic Records. 2008. 
  10. ^ a b c "Singles Club by Paramore". Paramore.net. Fueled by Ramen. Retrieved 2014-04-17. 
  11. ^ Transformers: Dark of the Moon – The Album (inlay cover). Various Artists. Reprise Records. 2011. 
  12. ^ Sound of Superman (inlay cover). Various Artists. Warner Music Group. 2006. 
  13. ^ a b c The Summer Tic EP (inlay cover). Paramore. Fueled by Ramen. 2005. 

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