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The band consists of Martin Johnson, Paul [=DiGiovanni=], Morgan Dorr, and John Keefe. Boys Like Girls formed in 2005. The band took a hiatus in 2011 but began working on an album in 2011.

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The band consists of Martin Johnson, Paul [=DiGiovanni=], Morgan Dorr, and John Keefe. Boys Like Girls formed in 2005. The band took a hiatus in 2011 but began working on an album in 2011.
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* CoverVersion: They've done a cover of Music/FrouFrou's "Let Go".


Boys Like Girls is a PopPunk and PopRock band from Boston, Massachusetts. They're best known for their hit single "The Great Escape".

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Boys Like Girls is a PopPunk and PopRock pop-rock band from Boston, Massachusetts. They're best known for their hit single "The Great Escape".



* ElectricSong: "Thunder" compares the singer's love for someone as being similar to thunder.

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* ElectricSong: ElectricLove: "Thunder" compares the singer's love for someone as being similar to thunder.

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Boys Like Girls is a PopPunk and PopRock band from Boston, Massachusetts. They're best known for their hit single "The Great Escape".

The band consists of Martin Johnson, Paul [=DiGiovanni=], Morgan Dorr, and John Keefe. Boys Like Girls formed in 2005. The band took a hiatus in 2011 but began working on an album in 2011.

The band has released three albums: "Boys Like Girls" (2006), "Love Drunk" (2009), and "Crazy World" (2012).

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* ElectricSong: "Thunder" compares the singer's love for someone as being similar to thunder.
* LuckyCharmsTitle: "Hero/Heroine" has a title like this.
* SillyLoveSong: As their name suggests, Boys Like Girls has many songs about young love, including "Hero/Heroine" and "Thunder".
* TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior: "Dance Hall Drug" is about precocious preteens and young teens who try to act more mature than they are.

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