Road to Acceptance

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"Road to acceptance is about teenage confusion and its also about anti racism. First time trying to make sense of a fucked up world.[1]"
Billie Joe Armstrong

Road to Acceptance
Song length: 3:35
Album: 39/Smooth (1990)
1,039/Smoothed Out Slappy Hours (1991)
Previous song: "16"
Next song: "Rest"

"Road to Acceptance" is the eighth song on 39/Smooth and the compilation album 1,039/Smoothed Out Slappy Hours. It is 3:35 in track length, and it follows after "16" and is followed by "Rest".

"Road to Acceptance" is about the narrator wanting to be accepted by others. It also has a message of unity between people, regardless of background.

"Road to Acceptance" was frequently performed prior to the Dookie era, and it was also performed a few times in 1995.[2]


Main article: Road to Acceptance/lyrics