Never Go Hungry
by Hole

Album: Nobody's Daughter (2010)
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  • This defiant survivor's song is a bonus track on Hole's fourth studio album, Nobody's Daughter. Courtney Love penned the tune when she was in rehab. It was written from the point of being broken, and she vows not to repeat the mistakes of the past.
  • Love told Spinner UK that when she started writing for Nobody's Daughter, she wanted it to be like Bob Dylan's 1975 album, Blood on the Tracks, which was penned during his separation from his then wife Sara Dylan, but this is the only song left over from that period. Said Love: "It started off trying to be Blood on the Tracks. It started off trying to be that midlife crisis [Bob] Dylan record and it didn't end up being that other than a song called 'Never Go Hungry,' which was one of the first songs that I wrote in '05 in rehab."


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