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“Hey There Delilah” a sad song about a sad boy who is in love with a sad girl is going to have its own TV show. We’d rather watch these instead.

1. “Welcome to the Black Parade” by My Chemical Romance

It’s a TLC-esque show about parades and the boys who love them. There’s also some sort of adversity. Maybe they have to fight to save the parades.

2. “Last Goodbye” by Jeff Buckley

The journey of a boy and his dog and the hardest good bye of them all.

3. “It’s All Coming Back to Me Now” by Celine Dion

This is begging to be a full on telenova drama with multiple fake deaths, secret twins and everything else you can pile into it. With lyrics like “There were moments of gold and there were flashes of light,” and “The flesh and the fantasies, all coming back to me,” the sky is the limit.

4. “Welcome to the Jungle” by Guns N’ Roses

This takes place during the summer of 1976 at an amusement park called The Jungle starring five teenage employees who try to take over the park.

5. “Survivor” by Destiny’s Child

Beyoncé, Kelly and Michelle team up to host a reality show where the contestants are judged as much on their survival skills as they are on their entrepreneurial ideas and fashion savvy. Army print bikini tops forever.

6. “California Love” by 2pac feat. Dr. Dre

California has seceded from the United States but tensions are also brewing within the state itself as Northern California and Southern California are locked in the country’s next Civil War.

7. “Int’l Players Anthem (I Choose You)” by UGK

Perfect for the whole family, this romantic comedy centers around a life long bachelor who finally makes it down the aisle, despite the warnings of his friends. Cue up that laugh track.

8. “Believe” by Cher

Two ghosts discover that not having a body doesn’t mean you don’t have a heart.
9. “Ready to Run” by Dixie Chicks
In a post apocalyptic world two young lovers escape from the dystopian government that rules the last few remaining cities and venture into the wasteland where rules are made to be broken. Will they overthrow the president and take over? Or will they carve out a civilization of their own?

10. “Every Breath You Take” by The Police

New Orleans is plagued by a serial killer who stalks and records his victims for months before killing them, then releases the videos as a single film to the highest bidder in a black market murder club. WILL HE EVER BE CAUGHT?