Good God
by Korn

Album: Life Is Peachy (1996)
Charted: 25

Songfacts®:

  • 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

Comments: 5

  • 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....
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