The Script Songs Ranked

The Script is an Irish rock band formed in 2007 in Dublin, Ireland. They first released music in 2008. It consists of lead vocalist and keyboardist Daniel O’Donoghue, lead guitarist Mark Sheehan, and drummer Glen Power. The band moved to London after signing to Sony Label Group imprint Phonogenic and released its eponymous debut album in August 2008, preceded by the successful singles “The Man Who Can’t Be Moved” and “Breakeven”. The album peaked at number one in both Ireland and the UK. Their next three albums, Science & Faith (2010), #3 (2012), and No Sound Without Silence (2014), all topped the album charts in Ireland and the UK, while Science & Faith reached number three in the US. Hit singles from the albums include “For the First Time”, “Nothing”, “Hall of Fame” and “Superheroes”. The band’s fifth studio album, Freedom Child, was released on 1 September 2017, and features the UK Top 20 single “Rain”. The Script’s music has been featured in television programs such as 90210, Ghost Whisperer, The Hills, Waterloo Road, EastEnders, Made in Chelsea, and The Vampire Diaries. Frontman Danny O’Donoghue was also a coach on The Voice UK for seasons 1 and 2, before leaving the show in order to focus more on the band. The band has won three Meteor Ireland Music Awards and two World Music Awards and has received two Brit Award nominations. The Script has sold over 20 million albums worldwide. Here are all of The Script songs ranked.

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20. I’m Yours (The Script, 2008)

“The way Danny sings “I’m Yours” makes me cringe because it’s such a simple phrase but he has the ability to much so much emotion in it. Not only this phrase, but the whole song is also brilliant. I think that’s what loving people feel like, that’s what I feel like.”

19. Millionaires (#3, 2012)

“Most of the other songs above are cool too but millionaires are better than songs like exit wound or if you see kay and more… So I say that millionaires should be at no. 13 or something… Believe me, this is also a cool song… The script is awesome and actually, to tell the truth almost all of their songs are pretty…”

18. Glowing (#3, 2012)

“The lyrics are unbeatable, and they say so much. The background music is so touching, and the chorus just makes me want to sing along. This song is for sure their best work, and deserves to be in the number one spot.”

17. Good Ol’ Days (#3, 2012)

“Such an amazing song, one of the most upbeat songs that the script actually does, I am a massive fan of the script and this song really shows another side to Danny and the lads. Man who can’t be moved, talk you down, nothing… All amazing songs… In fact… They all are… But this JUST edges it for me on current choice.”

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16. No Words (#3, 2012)

“I’m completely in love with this song. It’s so special when you’re thinking about that wonderful person in your life. I love how much I love this song. It’s perfection.”

15. Broken Arrow (#3, 2012)

“This song is really awesome, with the rap and the message behind the song! There are literally no words to describe how beautiful and perfect this song is.

14. Science & Faith (Science & Faith, 2010)

“The lyrics are interesting and the melody is lovely. I agree with the message in this song and I definitely have more faith in God than science. This song is so powerful sometimes I can’t help but burst into tears. The Script is a fantastic group and they are definitely in my top two favorite bands.”

13. Before the Worst (The Script, 2008)

“I’m really struck into this song cause, it talks about never giving up in love. When I loose someone important, I wanna go back for her cause I wanna fix “the things” from what they are suppose to be,.. The song has given me courage to fix love when I’m down”

12. We Cry (We Cry, 2008)

“This song sympathizes with and accepts Today’s problem’s rather than pretending they don’t exist. Or preaching about change as if it’s that easy, we all know it’s never that easy. The world is not black and white. Not all questions are Yes or No questions. Getting off topic but the point is that they’re amazing and this song is amazing.”

11. Talk You Down (The Script, 2008)

“I fell in love with The Script once I heard this song. They can make such powerful meanings in songs. Danny’s voice makes me shiver all the time.”

10. Exit Wounds (Science & Faith, 2010)

“This song is making me feel goosebumps every time I listen to it. All of The Script songs are so real. They give descriptions of actual situations people find themselves in life. And if you add all their music talents, you get one of the best bands ever!”

9. Superheroes (Voices, 2014)

“So deep and meaningful. Shows how superheroes go through so much pain and hard times to get where they are…  listened to this song everyday and still get the power. this song have such a lot of power to make every listener being a superhero

8. Six Degrees of Separation (#3, 2012)

“I just love this song, it really explains how you feel after a separation… I’ve heard it after my break-up with my boyfriend and I really recognized it. To be honest, I cried and because of that I think it’s so realistic.”

7. If You Ever Come Back (Science & Faith, 2010)

“Just brilliant. The lyrics in this song are some of the best I’ve ever seen. The script are an amazing band not just for their music ability but also for what they can write. If you look up all the lyrics for all these songs they are just “great” and they get to your emotional side when you take it in. I hope the script carry on to make beautiful songs like this one, and to be honest the script really do have the best lyrics, especially for sad, painful songs like this that some people can relate to in their life.”

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6. If You Could See Me Now (#3, 2012)

“This song tells how much Danny and Mark miss their parents, it’s so personal that I can feel the pain they’re feeling. I’m in LOVE with this song because it tells what it feels like losing someone you love and care. Well basically The Script writes about life, that’s what I love and am always amazed by them.”

5. For the First Time (Science & Faith, 2010)

“This song changed my life. Absolutely beautiful. I will never forget the first time I heard this song, the state I was in, the feelings I was feeling. Hearing this gave me hope, and soon enough it became my anthem along with the rest of Science & Faith. It still does not seem possible that a human being could ever make something so beautiful.”

4. Nothing (Science & Faith, 2010)

“Guess this is about bad relationship and still hopeful about it but actually after hearing this song, I feel I don’t care about my relationship anymore let alone any hope about it. Best song when for post break up, unexpectedly makes me feel up beat for new relationship.”

3. Breakeven (The Script, 2008)

“Danny is probably one of the best writers out there, plus this song has a great tune and extremely catchy. I remember listening to it a couple of months ago; it’s been in my head ever since. I forgot it was the script’s song and I went searching for it like mad. When I found out it was by him I instantly became a fan. First ‘the man who can’t be moved’ then this. DEFINITELY his best song. Not only is it extremely catchy but it’s also got an amazing meaning”

2. Hall of Fame (#3, 2012)

“This song is so inspirational; it really shows you that you can do anything you want, if you put your head to it! I love how the lyrics are actually meaningful in contrast to the majority of pop songs nowadays… Amazing”

1. The Man Who Can’t Be Moved (The Script, 2008)

“All of The Script’s songs are carefully written and composed and you really get the emotion and heartfelt effort they put in to every one of them so it was hard to choose from all their masterpieces! I voted The Man Who Can’t Be Moved as my favorite song because it really speaks to me, imagine if a person loved you so much that they would wait at the corner of a street where you met until you came back to them! This song tells a story that I will never forget and this song will forever hold a place in my heart!”