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But seriously when someone says “Hey you should listen to this song, I think you’ll really like it” you totally should. Because even if you don’t like it, the song means something to them, and they care enough to share it with you.

Unreleased Songs by Tyler Joseph

Time to Say Goodbye


I Need Something to Kill Me

Dollhouse (ft. Jocef)


Coconut Sharks in the Water

Time to Say Goodbye

What’s Your Story? (Blurry Line/Spoken Word Piece)

Blurry Line

Street Poetry (Heavydirtysoul)

Forest (Forrest/Spoken)

Untitled Demo (2011)

Untitled Idea (May have become Lane boy, Hometown or Doubt)

Goner (Original Version)

House of Gold (Original Music Video)

Screen (Original/Demo Version)

Screen (Alternative Version)

Air Catcher (Alternative Version)

Save (New Version)

Can’t Help Falling in Love (Cover/Studio Recording)

No Phun Intended (Full Album)

Regional at Best (Full Album)

Live (By Jocef ft. Tyler)

Sickly Sweet Holidays (By Dallon Weekes ft. Tyler)

Five14 Church

Original Christmas Songs (By Dandee and Tyler)

Hoverboard Song (By David McCreary and Tyler)

O Come, O Come, Emanuel (Cover)

Whittaker (New Albany Music)

Rules of Reverse (ft. Tyler)

Lord of Glory (ft.Tyler)

Twenty-Nine (ft. Tyler)

Producer (ft. Tyler)

Dead Come Alive (ft. Tyler)

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People don’t usually understand this 

Best Moments During a Concert

*Before the main act even comes on stage, there is usually that interlude of music to help pump the fans up

*The first slow song that causes everyone to turn on their lights and wave their arms

*The song(s) that literally everyone in the audience knows so you can clearly hear everyone singing along. This makes it even more special when the artist stops singing for a moment but the audience is able to keep it going

*The (first) ending, before any thoughts of an encore are mentioned

*The encore. The crowd and musicians are already so amped up, it’s just a perfect way to end the night.