Album: Frogstomp (1994)
Charted: 59
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  • Silverchair's first single, it was written about a documentary lead singer Daniel Johns saw where a rich man went to live as a homeless person for one week. >>
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    sean - melbourne, Australia

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  • Demetrios "meter" Pappas from Atlanta , GaAtlanta's multiple award winning radio host Kaedy Kiley had just returned from Australia and brought this CD with her. WKLS-FM Atlanta was primarily focused on the Classic Rock scene , but she decided this would be played, out of rotation and against the normal format. The rest is history.
  • Gus from Fort Smith, ArGreat song to help you feel sorry for yourself and then get over it.
  • Nikki from Yamba, Australialove this song... love this album... love this band
  • Bryan from Spring, TxGreat song from my high school days.
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