Welcome to My Life" is the title of a song recorded by Canadian rock group Simple Plan. It was released in September 2004 as the lead single from their second studio album, . Still Not Getting Any...
Content [ edit ]
The song's intention is to express
teenage angst about life becoming so frustrating that no one can understand how awful it is for them. In the music video, a traffic jam is seen and scenes are shown in which passengers deal with dysfunctional families and how the families' dysfunction affects their lives. At the end of the video, a few of the people in the traffic jam get out of their cars and begin to walk down the road. The video received some criticism for being similar to R.E.M.'s " Everybody Hurts". It was shot at the Henry Ford Bridge and the Commodore Schuyler F. Heim Bridge in San Pedro, Los Angeles.
Track listing [ edit ]
"Welcome to My Life" - 3:22
"Addicted (Live)" - 4:13
"Worst Day Ever (Live)"
Charts performance [ edit ]
"Welcome to My Life" became another top 100 hit on
Billboard Hot 100 peaking at the #40 position. It became their biggest hit overseas, peaking at the #1 position in Spain (52 consecutive weeks on the Spanish chart), as well as their native Canada.
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