The Hollow

Album: Mer de Noms (2000)
Charted: 72


  • This song seems to deal with the idea that sexual desire tends to consume and devour us - almost like a separate sexual entity. It only temporarily fills a permanent hollow within us. Only when we can overcome this sexual desire can we truly be enlightened and "permanently fill this hollow." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Kevin - Austin, TX

Comments: 2

  • Adam from Atttleboro, MaUse sex to fill the whole or void in your life, kinda like how a girl that gets out of a long relationship just goes out and has sex with someone they need to feel like there needed or wanted, once again we as people can be prette pathetic at times.
  • Nick from Knoxville, TnThis song was preformed on David Letterman
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