Top 5 Jonas Brothers Songs That Should Have Been Singles
The Jonas Brothers have an extensive catalog of music and will have add to their collection shortly. Recently, they released a new single, “What a Man Gotta Do,” to kick off their new era after their comeback. After their Vegas residency ends in April, there will be a whole new album for fans to enjoy.
There are many Jonas Brothers songs that were never singles, but deserved to be, whether it was because the song was popular in the fandom, deserved radio time, deserved a music video, or is just catchy.
Here are the top 5 Jonas Brothers songs that should have been singles.
“World War III” from Lines, Vines, and Trying Times
The beat is catchy, the lyrics are clever and honestly it is a certified bop. It should have been played on radio stations across the nation. The song is clearly relevant to today. There were only two singles from that era, as this was the last before their break-up, so maybe if they were on a better track, they would have released this as a single. The brothers even sampled this song on the Happiness Begins Tour in the “Mandy’s MegaMix.”
“Strangers” from Happiness Begins
Perhaps the most underrated song on their latest album, “Strangers” makes us think of Summertime. Can you picture yourself driving down the street with the windows open, blaring this song? It deserves radio play. The song sounds like it could be on a movie soundtrack and would probably have a really cool music video. Lightning struck this song and should get more recognition than it does.
“That’s Just the Way We Roll” from Jonas Brothers
You may think this song is a single, but it actually isn’t. It is one of their most popular non-singles and is always a fan favorite on tour. They sang it on this past tour and the fans went crazy and got a little loud. The song is a great anthem for those who may act a little crazy but don’t care what others think and live their life the way they want to.
“Rollercoaster” from Happiness Begins
The song that made every JoBros fan sob when they first heard it. “Rollercoaster” is a song for the fans who stuck by the brothers through the ups and downs of their career and stuck by them even throughout the hiatus. The perfect video for this would be a tour video – highlighting the stops and even throw in some old footage.
“Jersey” from The Chasing Happiness Soundtrack
Originally made for their Amazon Prime Documentary, Chasing Happiness, “Jersey” is one of their most personal and sad songs. The song opens with ‘We weren’t meant to get out of Jersey,’ a line they said in their documentary, and tells the story of their roots. It just recently became available on all streaming services.