Let's Be Honest

Album: Audio Secrecy (2010)


  • Frontman Corey Taylor told Kerrang! that this song is in the same vein to the previous track on the album, "Dying." He explained: "It's the point where you say, 'Can we just level with each other? Can we figure this out, please? Just talk to me. I don't care what the hell you say to me, just be honest with me.'"
  • Taylor expanded on this song to Artist Direct: "It's one of those songs where you're basically saying to someone, 'Let's cut the s--t. Can we just cut through the bulls--t for ten seconds and level with each other? Give me what I need, so I can give you what you need. We can be better people for it.' That song especially is such zero bulls--t. It's like, 'Can we just f--king move on? Are we going to live in this forever? Can we get away from this negative energy and be alive for a little bit?"


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