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Music Video: Welcome to the Black Parade

Artisit: My Chemical Romance

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 5:14

  • Copyright: My Chemical Romance

Music Video For Welcome to the Black Parade By Artist My Chemical Romance

Reviews For Welcome to the Black Parade By Artist My Chemical Romance


    By idkmxgxn
  • OMG

    By C.love (Pronounced"see-love")
    The video looks so freaking sad, but so good at the same time! I love this song very much, especially the very beginning! It always makes me want to cry and I love that about this song. Yes, I know that's strange, but true. _Samantha Woods Snape

    By Pumpkin🐰
    I have nothing else to say.
  • Suicidal

    By Folk mckvlflcn
    I cut my wrists to this song. I love when the blood flows out and the pain comes in. It reminds me of my big daddy who fists me everyday
  • Outstanding

    By Super rediculous boy
    My chemical romance's "The black parade" is probably one of my all time favorite albums. Welcome to the black parade, my favorite song on the album, has this amazing music video to accompany the groundbreaking song. Definitely one of the best music videos of all time.
  • So Amazing!!!!!!

    By Twannypaw
    Welcome to the black parade is my favorite song and the first time I heard this song I was like,"Can we hear it again, I love this!!" So the music video is just as the song!!❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️😁😁👌
  • Amazing.

    By Nutelligence
    This video has such a deep story behind it. Do a little research on it, you'll be amazed. The song itself is one of my favorites of all time.
  • Powerful

    By J-Rizzod
    What makes this song so special is the idea of carrying on someone’s legacy after they pass away. This song is awesome. After listening to this song, I listened to other MCR songs…they are really awesome to listen to. It also makes me think of my father who passed away 11 years ago. He was a musician, as well as I and my brothers, and carrying on his memory is what we have done. This song could’t explain that feeling any better. Awesome job MCR.
  • Tombstone

    By FinnCaskeyman
    Ok, so when I die will someone please write "He joined the Black Parade" on my tombstone?
  • Yes, just yes.

    By NW7744
    I love this song, it is by far one of my favorite songs if not the favorite of mine. I know I'm a bit late on this song but it is still an amazing song.

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