Wind Up

Album: The Colour And The Shape (1997)

Songfacts®:

  • Dave Grohl: "That's the story of the relationship between the journalist and the musician." (courtesy: Foo Archive)
  • During the bridge, Grohl uses the word "Paramania," which he made up. According to the Foo Fighters official site, It is intended to mean "obsessed with the abnormal." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Bert - Pueblo, NM, for above 2

Comments: 2

  • Tracy from Tulsa, OkLetting someone know they are pissing you off by digging into your "indelible" and "terrible" affairs with a threat...hope you never see me lose it.
    Brilliant
  • Ben from Newcastle, EnglandOne of the Foo's most media bashing songs, I think Dave's voice sounds quite dark at times...an the screaming bit is classic.
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