Ever Wonder What "Sugar, We're Going Down" Would Have Sounded Like In The 40s?

2 October 2015, 09:17 | Updated: 8 May 2017, 17:09

Patrick Stump
Nicky Idika

By Nicky Idika

We finally have an answer.

Don't @ us but we've been cranking From Under The Cork Tree every day since it came out. We didn't choose this life. It chose us. 

If you're anything like us, then you've definitely wondered what "Sugar We're Going Down" would have sounded like in the old days. A big brass band and some seriously sultry vocals could definitely turn this Fall Out Boy song on its head.

Welp, that thing is now a reality thanks to one of our favourite YouTube accounts, PostModern Jukebox. The guys over at PMJ enlisted the help of Joey Cook for this challenge and we finally have our answer. 

This is what "Sugar We're Going Down" would have sounded like in the 1940s.

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