Jesus hates his town and the people in it, and has no care for anything at all. Later in the song bearing his name, in "Dearly Beloved" we see that Jesus is a quite poetic and cynnical guy. Jesus then leaves his home in the suburbs to go to the city. There he meets St. Jimmy, and his love interest which we only know as Whatsername. St. Jimmy is revealed to be a figment of JoS's imagination, constructed by him to protect Jesus from his weak self (almost like the wall in Pink Floyd's 'the Wall'). St. Jimmy "commits suicide" which leaves Jesus to face the facts after Whatsername leaves him, and grows up. Jesus gets a job, gives up drinking and such, and begins going insane. He then returns home with his friends and loses contact with Whatsername.
2. "Jesus of Suburbia" A ten minute long suite by Green Day. It tells the story of the Jesus of Suburbia and his life. Consisting of the parts:
I - The Jesus of Suburbia
II - City of the Damned
III - I DON'T CARE
IV - Dearly Beloved
V - Tales From Another Broken Home
Commited Fan : "Jesus of Suburbia's tales from another broken home."
Jesus of Suburbia represents the average young American who doesn't quite fit in and has "disciples", or a clique consisting of the rest of the unheard youth who don't feel as though they fit into the well-established structures of the corporate American society.
me- wen i start listenin to korn u can hav ago at me
dem - who?
me - omg u prik stik