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4. "Going to Pasalacqua"

Underlying Green Day's early disenfranchisement and later politics has always been a hefty dose of romance. "Going to Pasalacqua," off their 1990 debut album 39/Smooth, rips apart Armstrong's feelings about a relationship that's causing him to feel particularly anxious. By the end of the song, he decides that he'll ignore those insecurities and give the relationship a chance, even if he's not sure what the future holds.

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