Self Suicide

Album: Straight Outta Newport (2005)

Songfacts®:

  • This song, an ode to suicide and the boost it can have on a music career, has several references to people who both took their own life or were killed. These include: Jimi Hendrix, Elvis Presley, Kurt Cobain, Michael Hutchence, Tupac Shakur, the Notorious B.I.G., Jesus Christ, John Entwistle, Jim Morrison, and Bob Marley. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Connor - Pawcatuck, CT

Comments: 2

  • Scott from Tempe, AzAshley from Aubunr-hills, MI - before commenting on someones post, be sure you read the WHOLE thing. "This song, an ode to suicide and the boost it can have on a music career, has several references to people who both took their own life or WERE KILLED".
  • Ashley from Aubunr-hills, Mi, MiConnor = Where the f-k do you get off saying that Jesus Christ commited Suicide ...he didnt .. read a bible (King James Version) - and you might understand the concept that jesus didnt just die for the sins of man ..but he would of died by man hands even if he choose not to make the decision he that he did make...God, Jesus Christ, and Holy Spirit are one by the way.. watche what you say their will always be someone who will disagree or give u a lesson about what you say so or later .....
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