You Got No Right

Album: Contraband (2004)


  • Lead singer Scott Weiland's wife Mary had filed for divorce, which was the inspiration for this song. Weiland writes as though he's lost her, but they reconciled and got back together. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Seth - Hebron, KY

Comments: 3

  • Justin from Pittsgrove, NjThe papercup reference is pulled for Lennon.
  • Sabine from L, --'Funny, right here I find myself; inside a papercup' is the best line ever <3
  • Ggante from Minterrey, Mexicoone of the best songs of the album, great f**in' solo
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