Bummer

Album: Powertrip (1998)

Songfacts®:

  • Vocalist Dave Wyndorf told Kerrang about this racy song. "It's about touring the south of the States. You go there and women are saying, 'I was raised a good girl, but I want to be a bad girl'. The thin veneer of civilization wears away real quick."

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