Oh, The Guilt

Album: With the Lights Out (2004)
Charted: 12


  • This was released as a split single with the band The Jesus Lizard's "Puss." Kurt Cobain wrote it about the frustration of trying to make a difficult decision and trying to get over it once the decision is made. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Matt - Millbrae, CA

Comments: 4

  • Trent from OhioWhy is everything always "f--k Courtney" this and "f--k Courtney" that? Just let it go. That's simply NOT what the song was about. I don't even get how you could possibly say it's about Courtney except for the fact that it has the word "she" in it.
  • Landon from Winchester, OhIt sounds like he was singing about his horrible wife Courtney Love. This and "You Know You're Right" were the last singles before his suicide. Coincidence?
  • Danielle from Titusville, Flcool beans yo
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