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  • In episode 106 of Muppets Tonight, Johnny Fiama becomes angry with Sal Minella after a failed meeting with his idol, Tony Bennett. In a film noir-ish montage, Sal can be seen sadly walking around the KMUP studios, while Tony is heard singing "Boulevard of Broken Dreams." As the segment comes to a close, Sal enters Tony's dressing room and finds that Tony is singing the song live.
  • Boulevard of Broken Dreams is a song by Green Day which is about estrangement and the recognition that the American Dream can let you down. (thanks, Mary - millville, MA) This follows the main character from Green Day's song "Jesus Of Suburbia." He leaves town, has one crazy first night and now it's kind of like the hangover. He's just walking, thinking about whether it was the right decision leaving where he used to live. (thanks, Brad - X, NJ) This won a Grammy for Record Of The Year.
  • TAG_TO_ADD_HERE "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" is a song by American punk rock band Green Day, from their seventh studio album, American Idiot. The song was written by Green Day, with lyrics by lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong; it was co-produced by the band and Rob Cavallo. It was released as the album's second single on November 29, 2004; the single peaked at number two in the United States.
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  • American Idiot
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  • Boulevard of Broken Dreams
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  • Boulevard of Broken Dreams
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  • 2004
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  • Male
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  • Warner Bros. Inc.
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  • In episode 106 of Muppets Tonight, Johnny Fiama becomes angry with Sal Minella after a failed meeting with his idol, Tony Bennett. In a film noir-ish montage, Sal can be seen sadly walking around the KMUP studios, while Tony is heard singing "Boulevard of Broken Dreams." As the segment comes to a close, Sal enters Tony's dressing room and finds that Tony is singing the song live.
  • Boulevard of Broken Dreams is a song by Green Day which is about estrangement and the recognition that the American Dream can let you down. (thanks, Mary - millville, MA) This follows the main character from Green Day's song "Jesus Of Suburbia." He leaves town, has one crazy first night and now it's kind of like the hangover. He's just walking, thinking about whether it was the right decision leaving where he used to live. (thanks, Brad - X, NJ) "Boulevard Of Broken Dreams" is a famous painting by Gottfried Helnwein depicting Marilyn Monroe, Humphrey Bogart, James Dean and Elvis Presley hanging out in a bar. Helnwein's painting is a parody of a painting called "Nighthawks" by Edward Hopper. A different song called "Boulevard Of Broken Dreams," also known as "Gigolo And Gigolette," was written in 1934 by Al Dubin for the movie Moulin Rouge. It has been recorded by Tony Bennett and Nat King Cole. (thanks, Evan - Mountain View, CA) In the music video for this song, you can also hear the last faded bits of "Holiday," the other hit from the album, in the background, as this song is the follow up to that. They are using the same car as the one in the "Holiday" video.(thanks, Gautam - Rockville, MD) This won a Grammy for Record Of The Year. In Rolling Stone's Decade-End Readers' Poll, this song was voted the Best Single of the '00s. Green Day proved they are the band of choice amongst Rolling Stone readers by also grabbing the #1 spot for Best Album (American Idiot) and being named Top Artist of the Decade.
  • TAG_TO_ADD_HERE "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" is a song by American punk rock band Green Day, from their seventh studio album, American Idiot. The song was written by Green Day, with lyrics by lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong; it was co-produced by the band and Rob Cavallo. It was released as the album's second single on November 29, 2004; the single peaked at number two in the United States. The song speaks from the point of view of American Idiot's "main character", Jesus of Suburbia, and is a moderate midtempo song characterized by sombre and bleak lyrics. This is in contrast to the previous track on the album, "Holiday", which illustrates Jesus of Suburbia's "high" of being in The City. MTV's Green Day Makes a Video described "Holiday" as a party, and "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" as the subsequent hangover.
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