Bull Black Nova

Album: Wilco (The Album) (2009)
  • This close to six minute number with a syncopated krautrock rhythm is about homicide. Singer/songwriter Jeff Tweedy explained to Spin magazine that this song, "is written from the point of view of a guy just killed his girlfriend."

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