It's On!
by Korn

Album: Follow The Leader (1998)
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  • Jonathan Davis explained the meaning of this peer pressure anthem in a press release:

    "It's about me, being so stressed out, going out, partying and everybody's just going, 'Come on dude, it's on.' That's partying: it's about the alcohol, women and everything else…all that wrapped into one. Like in the chorus I when I talk about 'Why am I really doing this?' It's all my fault that I'm doing this because all the booze and the women do is just make it worse. They just rearrange all the problems into a different order so I can deal with them one moment at a time."
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