Class Of 99; Wear Sunscreen

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Jarrod Thorson : Funny how 16 years later I remember hearing this song on the radio and now its true life.

The Death Twitch : Holy freaking good god I remember when this was a popular track on the local FM. Couldn't believe this spoken song was big on radio yet it was way better than most of the BS out at that time.  I do vividly remember being a 19 year old at the time and thinking 'This sounds like important advice I may want to keep in mind.' 

Davis Fountain : this is so true.. graduated in 1999.. Ugh.. I feel old

KiloFeenix : i've always loved this song i was spose to graduate in 04 and this song came out in 99 its 2016 and still holds so much meaning. i listen to this song at least once a year to instill a sense of being and meaning in my life, it tells me that you cant accomplish everything you hope to but you can at least do one thing in your life that matters.

Ruth Marland : Well I'm 51 years young and I can't Recall this as the younger adults have. Yes all of this is true. Life is hard however worth living, never forget to laugh or dance, although I do. Perfect words to refresh my Outlook. Thanks to my 33 year young son who sent me the lunk. I love you, Kristopher. MoM

Joel T : Chris Rock said it better "to the GED class of 1999. no matter what a stripper tells you, there is no sex in the champagne room!"

Bad Blonde : when i first heard this song in 99' ( I was 17 ) I liked it. I'm 30 now...I love it.

Tim Gavord : I remember this years ago. it's so great. I'm 48 and it's so true.

jimmykicker7775 : Powerful

Sherron Brown : This is beautiful... It saddens me that there are no people of color!  The advice is ageless and timeless, and it goes across culture boundaries as well... It would be nice if non-white people were also reflected in this video.  Everyone wants to see themselves as a part of something that feels so good!!!!

Clinton Murphy : This is for all of us class of 1999! We all have wives/husbands/significant others and kids now... (or not). BUT WE ARE THE BEST! GO CLASS OF 99!

Trevor Quinlan : I graduated from high school in 99! Good times!

aj palkow : The first time I heard this I was 25 years old and driving in a rental car in Sydney Australia when it came on the radio- it brought tears to my eyes- Sixteen years later at age 41 it still does~ 

TorchwoodUK : this song is good, but I am slimmer now at 29 than I was at 18

Zara Swan : I have listened to this track every five years for 20 years and it just gets better with age lol zx

Renuka Arumugam : Simply love this song- keeps me moving forward with no worries.

Killing DeadThings : One of my all time fav's. Found this by random memory prompting me to search for it. Didn't even know the name. Thanks for this. Sweet compilation btw.

Gabriel Ruiz : love this!

Maor Malik : so genius

MikaelaRose : Pretty moving.. Scary to know life catches up with you before you have a chance to understand it

Gary Bradshaw : When I watched this is had to watch it five times in a row ..... This is what lifes all about Zero Bullshit - 100% genuine

Joe SushiJoe Kelly : This is all true. I'm in my 30's. this is the best graduation speech ever

Patrick Grier : I was the class of 1999. Best ERA ever!!!

James Sroczynski : Graduated 1996, excellent song

lee Lewis : I love this song, I think it had the best lyrics ever wrote, and it's all true to life, take the advice as much as you can recycle and use it in your lives take care all who hear and read it.

sarah coz : This takes me back to my twelve year old self nostalgic

Rusty R3volva : I'm kinda glad I graduated high school in 1999... How I miss being younger.

Lark703 : floss...

Laurie Ferrone : It makes me sad people worry about skin color while watching this. If you look carefully everyone has color. We all have more in common than not. I vaguely remember hearing this as a minor hit in California a loooong time ago and just randomly found it on the radio the other day. Had to share it with wife/kids. Great perspective. Cheers, bill

Spazzy985 : RIP to my buddy Steve who passed this morning.....this 1's for you bud.

Angie Mulroy : :) :) :) :)

tehspyder007 : I still tear up when i hear this

zachariah dane : One of my favourite raps of all time. I remember hearing this in the car on the radio when I was 11 or 12. I took most of it to heart, but missed a few crucial bits of wisdom. C'est le vivre.

john lauby : I put it on multiple times daily when kiteboarding anywhere.  LiG.

Karim Ibrahim : I loved the advice and the production. Thanks Micheal...

Owen Mason : go hornet's 99 rules I forgot to wear sunscreen

jcplove086 : I don't know about y'all but I'm getting a lifetime supply of sunscreen, he's right about everything and that's his best advice.

Josh Murphy : I love this video, I try to watch it as much as possible. It's a huge confidence booster.

Audie Lockhart : of all the advise I've got this is the best 

RottenDoctorGonzo : I'm 31 and my whole life I thought of myself as a fat f***. Just last week I saw a photo of myself aged 16. It's true - I wasn't fat.

Derek Diaz : He was dead wrong about the sunscreen but right about everything else.

Angel rose : I was 17 when this came out. I wish I had listened to the part about keeping good friends even though your life is in different stages.... This song is so bittersweet it makes me teary-eyed

Matt Grey : This started off as just an article by Mary Schmich written in 1997. She actually won a Pulitzer Prize in 2012.

Thomas Rivers : shitty song for worthless age group

SonsOfScotland : Sunscreen causes cancer - do your research as this song is another fraud in our lives -

1SLUGGO1 : Written by Mary Schmich, first published in the Chicago Tribune.  Give credit where credit is due.

Jake Mackie : so good

Mark Jøseph : Sunscreen is horrible for your skin.

Kristin : They played this at graduation. This song was dedicated to my graduating class

r harraway : As good as the 10 commandment!