Big Me

Album: Foo Fighters (1995)
Charted: 19
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  • When I talk about it
    It carries on
    Reasons only knew
    When I talk about it
    Aries or treasons
    All renew

    Big me to talk about it
    I could stand to prove
    If we can get around it
    I know that it's true

    When I talked about it
    Carried on
    Reasons only knew

    But it's you I fell into

    When I talk about it
    It carries on
    Reasons only knew
    When I talk about it
    Aries or treasons
    All renew

    Big me to talk about it
    I could stand to prove
    If we can get around it
    I know that it's true

    Well I talked about it
    Put it on
    Never was it true
    But it's you I fell into

    Well I talked about it
    Put it on
    Never was it true
    But it's you I fell into

    I fell into
    I fell into Writer/s: David Grohl
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 14

  • Megan from Stevenson, AlFOOTOS!!! lol I love Dave's braids in the video!:)
  • Ben from Ocean City, Nj"For the Fresh Fighter"
    xD
  • Tracy from Tulsa, OkIs it just me, or is this song kinda "Beatle"- ish?
  • Tracy from Tulsa, OkSeriously, Dave isn't happy unless he is laughing. He seeks humor in everything. SO not gay. REALLY folks?!

    You must not get his fun, sarcastiic sense of humor.
  • Brian from Vancouver, Canadathis aint about gay stuff, dave grohls married and has kids
  • Madalyn from Greensburg, Pai like the melody
  • Georgina from Laredo, TxThe Foofighters stop singing Big me at there concert. Cuz of all the mentos the fans were thowing.... dave grohl said those things hit pretty hard...
  • Joe from Lockport, IlNo, Dave wasn't gay, he was just goofing off. (He wore a bra in the Hollywood Rock concert he did with Nirvana.)
  • Ralph from Newton, MaActually, just having read, (very quickly), the entire lyrics to "Monkey Wrench" for the first time, the whole thing seems a little (or more) homosexual.

    Anyone?
  • Ralph from Newton, MaSpeaking of Dave making a "feminine appearance" does the "one in ten" line in Monkey Wrench have anything to do with homosexuallity?

    Also on this topic, is there anywhere on this site to request info on songs they don't have?
  • Dan from Sydney, Australiafootos, the fresh fighter. quality song
  • Ash from Charleston, WvThis video is still hilarious, even after seeing it about a hundred times. The band members' reactions are just so wonderfully exaggerated.
  • Adam from Sussex, EnglandThis is just one of several videos where Dave Grohl makes a more... feminine appearance. He has plaits in this one, has dressed as a girl (and a plethora of other people) in Learn to Fly, and of course, in the video to In Bloom by Nirvana the alter-egos were in dresses.
  • Mark from Chicago, IlThis song was written by Dave while Nirvana was still together. Dave never presented it because he was afraid it would ruin the bands awesome chemistry. This is a fact!!!!
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