Growing up, I heard Third Eye Blind all the time.
“Semi-Charmed Life,” from Third Eye Blind, is always a good one.
“How It’s Going To Be,” from Third Eye Blind, is about “that condition surrounds the idea of lost love, of realizing that there may come a despairing day when the two meet and no longer know each other. ‘I think we all feel violated when we find that a relationship actually has time limits, that it’s not unconditional. That’s the thing that aches in people,’ he explains. ‘That’s something everybody can relate to, even when you know you have no business being with this person anymore.’ ”
“Jumper,” from Third Eye Blind, is about a “friend who’s gay jumping off a bridge and killing themselves.”
“Never Let You Go,” from Blue, is a good song, with slightly creepy origins.