• This song appears to be about about getting high on marijuana, as the lyrics say, "The best trip that I've ever had, higher than a jet plane, pass it around." The name Autopilot says they have no control of what's happening when they are high. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Nicko - Melbourne, Australia
  • Queens Of The Stone Age's guitarist Nick Oliveri sings lead on this track instead of their usual vocalist Josh Homme. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Bertrand - Paris, France

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  • Luke from Manchester, EnglandYou're right but thwt this is doing under "queen" I don't know
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