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Talk about a stroll down blink-182 memory lane! Mark Hoppus unboxed his original, handwritten lyrics for the band’s iconic untitled album. And “I Miss You” was among the old lyrics Hoppus shared in a series of recent tweets. Don’t waste your time on us, take a look!

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“Looking in an old box I found my notebook from the @blink182 untitled album,” Hoppus tweeted out on Wednesday. And just behold the treasure trove of lyrical goodies the longtime blink singer and bassist turned up on a whim:



And that’s not all! Hoppus apparently found the coolest box of lyrics ever, because the 2003-era blink-182 lyric finds just kept on coming. We’ve gotta hand it to Mark for making this dull Wednesday into another chance to emo-out to “I Miss You.”

Yup, it looks like some of those above lyric sheets contain portions of the record’s lead single, “Feeling This,” in addition to words from the eponymously titled fifth studio album’s “Stockholm Syndrome,” “Here’s Your Letter,” “Go” and more.

In other blink-182 news, the band recently had to cancel several of their concerts after drummer Travis Barker was sidelined by his doctors for medical reasons. But blink’s Las Vegas residency will reportedly continue on later this year.

What do you think of Mark Hoppus’ totally awesome box of old blink-182 untitled album lyrics? Sound off in the ol’ comments section, right down there below. And in the night we’ll wish this never ends. We’ll wish this never ends.

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