Songfacts®:

  • The guitar solos near the end of the song are played by 2 different guitars. One guitar is played by John Frusciante, while the other is played by Omar Rodriguez from The Mars Volta. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Michael - Carmel, IN

Comments: 7

  • Kasper from Aalborg Øst, DenmarkAnyone feel that this song is about leaving RHCP?
  • Lyle from Farmington,More frusciante come on he's my biggest influence and I love reading about him and also weres all the RAMONEs songs at?????
  • Lyle from Farmington,Exactly more frusciante songs and facts !!!!!
  • Jill from Dumfries, VaThis is my favorite song off Curtains.
    John has so much emotion and love for his songs.
    you can tell how hard he works.
    if you like this listen to Niandra Lades and Usually just a t-shirt.
    Also To record only water for 10 days and shadows collide with people.
    John is an amazing musician.. <3
  • Soso from Somewhere, United Statesi haven't heard this song before, but other john frusciante songs. they are confusing and i would really like to learn about him and his feelings.
  • Zuzana from Bratislava, EuropeThis song is so amazing. Come on everybody, this site needs more Frusciante facts!
  • Bridget from Montreal, Canadai love john
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