"W.a.m.s" is a song by the American band Fall Out Boy, released on their fifth album Folie a Deux in 2008. The song was written by Patrick Stump and Joe Trohman and was produced by Neal Avron. Its lyrical content was more varied than on the band's previous releases, which often involved themes of decaying relationships and moral dilemmas. The music was less influenced by early emo power chords and more by a wider range of musical genres, including punk rock.
The song is about a girl who looks like she is from Seattle but on the inside she is from LA. In Seattle there is a laid back, grunge vibe, while in LA she is the opposite, an uptight, fame seeking, gold digging, EXTREMELY high maintenance kind of girl.
The song is a ballad that features Brendon Urie on guest vocals. It is also accompanied by a piano and vocals from Pharrell Williams. It was originally released in 2007 but has been re-released on a number of different albums and EPs.
The song is a ballad that describes a man's relationship with a woman. The man has been in love with the woman for a long time but she always changes his mind about the relationship and never gives him a reason to stay with her. This is a common trope in music. The lyrics of the song are a bit more complex than in other songs but it is still easy to understand.