Pop-punk bands are often known for their upbeat, goofball personas, but most of them have also gotten pretty serious on some of their tracks. After all, everybody needs a good cry just as much as a pick-me-up. And sometimes, it’s those “fun” bands that are the best at delivering the saddest lyrics.

Here are 15 different songs by pop-punk bands that are pretty dang sad:

“Stay Together For The Kids” by Blink-182

“Tracking Time” by Citizen

“Cardinals” by The Wonder Years

“Golden” by Fall Out Boy

“Lullabies” by All Time Low

“Wake Me Up When September Ends” by Green Day

“Ten” by Yellowcard

“Candour” by Neck Deep

“Don’t Call Me Peanut” by Bayside

“Coffee Break” by Forever The Sickest Kids

“Missing You” by Set It Off

“Pieces” by Sum 41

“The Poison” by The All American Rejects

“Konstantine” by Something Corporate

“Amelia” by Tonight Alive