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Even In His Youth

by

Nirvana



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First recorded in 1989, this song, like "Been A Son," explores Kurt Cobain's need for acceptance from his father and his anger about the fact that sometimes he didn't feel good enough for his dad. (thanks, Matt - Millbrae, CA)
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Comments (4):

To me this song and Sappy are Nirvana's most sad songs.I mean youth is regarded as your prime, the time where everything is wonderful, beautiful, sun is shining and all that.

So what can we say about a guy that felt like nothing when he was young ?

As the song says,even if your youth isn't the best time you've ever had then what do you have left ?
- Bogdan, Bucarest, Romania
isn't this dave grohl's riff? i've heard that somewhere
- Bert, Pueblo, NM
Excellent rare song with so much energy
- Rushan, colombo, Other
i think this is one of the saddest songs he wrote.
- Truth, mississauga, Canada
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