Misery Business

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"Misery Business"
Single by Paramore
from the album Riot!
B-side "Stop This Song (Love Sick Melody)"
"My Hero"
"Sunday Bloody Sunday"
Released June 18, 2007
Format CD, 2x 7" vinyls (UK Only) and Promo CD
Recorded 2007
Genre Emo/pop punk
Length 3:32 (album version)
3:18 (radio edit)
Label Fueled by Ramen
Writer(s) Hayley Williams
Producer David Bendeth
Paramore singles chronology
"All We Know"
(2006)
"Misery Business"
(2007)
"Hallelujah"
(2007)

Misery Business is a 2007 song by the band Paramore. It is from the album RIOT!. The song was released on June 18, 2007. The video features the band playing in a room filled with the graffiti found on the bands album cover, and a person being mean at a school.

At the end of the video, singer Hayley wipes off the other girls makeup and takes something out from under her shirt exposing the girl for what she really is.

This song was controversial. Hayley did regret the use of God in the chorus and said she did not want people to use his name wrongly[source?].