F--K You

Songfacts®:

  • There are two conflicting opinions about the meaning of this song. It could be that all the hatred in this song is meant for the singer himself. He speaks and hates himself hence the lyric: "When you look at yourself, do you see what I see. If you do, why the f--k are you looking at me?" The singer hates himself so much he separates himself splitting into two individuals where one hates the other with overwhelming passion.
    The other opinion is that this song is aimed at some celebrity or political figure. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Adam - Xanthi, Greece

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