Gold Cobra

  • songfacts ®
  • Artistfacts ®
  • Lyrics
  • The title track and second single from Limp Bizkit's sixth studio album is full of swagger and finds Fred Durst railing out as his detractors. "There's only one king on this hill it sure as hell ain't you," he rap/sings. The single was released on June 7, 2011.
  • Prior to the recording of Gold Cobra, Kerrang! magazine asked Fred Durst what he's been inspired by lyrically. He replied: "My inevitably tortured mind. Living the life that I'm living, it's all very inspiring. I'm quite a sponge. I absorb all types of energy and I'm a very sensitive person. There isn't anything that doesn't inspire me in life so the songs run a whole range of thoughts and feelings."
Please sign in or register to post comments.

Comments

Be the first to comment...

Crystal WatersSongwriter Interviews

Waters tells the "Gypsy Woman" story, shares some of her songwriting insights, and explains how Dennis Rodman ended up on one of her songs.

Chris ReaSongwriter Interviews

It took him seven years to recover from his American hit "Fool (If You Think It's Over)," but Chris Rea became one of the top singer-songwriters in his native UK.

Kip WingerSongwriter Interviews

The Winger frontman reveals the Led Zeppelin song he cribbed for "Seventeen," and explains how his passion for orchestra music informs his songwriting.

Chris Robinson of The Black CrowesSongwriter Interviews

"Great songwriters don't necessarily have hit songs," says Chris. He's written a bunch, but his fans are more interested in the intricate jams.

Ed Roland of Collective SoulSongwriter Interviews

The stories behind "Shine," "December," "The World I Know" and other Collective Soul hits.

Sam PhillipsSongwriter Interviews

Collaborating with T Bone Burnett, Leslie Phillips changed her name and left her Christian label behind - Robert Plant, who recorded one of her songs on Raising Sand, is a fan.