This is a song against groupies, which is a surprise since many rock bands write affectionate songs about them. It basically says that if you want to see the show, you don't have to sleep with the band.
Rrroba from Pieland, Cadan.. they r not russian.. they r armenian!!!!!
Mike from Durham, Scits about using cocaine. it pretty much describes everything about its use crash and end result
Dan from Cincinnati, NvSOAD i just started to listen to. i was you tubing and i found some of there songs. i have hered of them from some of my friends who like slipknot but i thought they would be just as HARD as them. but having heard all of there songs they impress me with there versitle way of playing there music. they have metall hard slow jazz russian mussic all throughout there cd. i guarrentee you wont find a another band just as creative and thought full as them. they take there time writing there songs and put there thought into them. they make you think of the true meaning of the song.
Andrew from Easton, Pai really enjoy this song. i say one of soad's best.
Blake from Hamilton, OhNow that I've heard all of their songs, this one really isn't too bad. Although still not great.
Blake from Hamilton, OhI really hate this song in fact it's my WORST SOAD so far. I only have "System Of A Dwon" and "Toxicity" too. I could care less of what the song's talking about too. "Psycho, make me crazy", what the hell is this.
Petrified Monkey from South Park, CoI think it is very noble for system to write an anti-groupie song, but it is to be expected. I honestly don't think I'd have as much resspect for them if they did otherwise.
Hector from New York, NySOAD rules toxcity is 1 of the best albums ever made
Justin from Beresford, Sdgood point Jim
Kara from Moro, IlThis song is awesome. I love to just lose it and go nuts and dance.
"Piano Man" was inspired by Billy Joel's time playing at a piano bar in Los Angeles. The "real estate novelist" was a guy who always talked about writing a book, but spent all his spare time in the bar.