But still to this day when I hear Let It Be, and especially the songs Unsatisfied and Sixteen Blue, it gives me a bit of the creeps. While lots of rock’n’roll makes you think that your teens should be all about riding in a convertible with the top down, Paul Westerberg, the leader of the Replacements, is somehow magically able to capture the part of being teenage that is scary and embarassing. And when I hear it, I know what we’re trying to do, too: let people know that everything is going to be OK. And when it isn’t, rock’n’roll can help.