Lead singer Jonathan Davis: "It's about a guy I knew in school who I thought was a my friend, but who f**ked me. He came into my life with nothing, hung out at my house, lived off me, and made me do sh*t I didn't really wanna do. I was into new romantic music and he was a mod, and he'd tell me if I didn't dress like a mod he wouldn't be my friend anymore. Whenever I had plans to go on a date with a chick he'd sabotage it, because he didn't have a date or nothing. He was a gutless f**king nothing. I haven't talked to him for years."
Like their song "Faget," a video was shot for this, but was never released.
Suggestion credit: Nick - Paramus, NJ, for above 2
J from Gp, TxI always thought this song was about a heavy meth user using you for your money. Lying to you and stealing from you on top of that. I was wrong but hey we all relate to a song differently right. Meanings of a song are different for everyone.
Nick from Elk Grove, CaYea I know people like that....
Elies from Surrey, CanadaThe video for this song can be found on copies of Life is Peachy when you put it in yoru computer.
Ian from New York, NyMan, haven't we all met some sh*t head that does this to us. This is the perfect song for dealing with thoose insects.
Mishel from Madera, Ca" in a see of life your just a minnow live your life insecure" wats a better way to say that..its true....
Holland-Dozier-Holland originally wrote "Where Did Our Love Go" with The Marvelettes in mind, but they turned it down. Marvelettes lead singer Gladys Horton sang in a lower key than Diana Ross, so when The Supremes came to record the tune, Ross was forced to sing in a lower, breathier style than she was used to.