• In my eyes
    I'm not lazy
    In my face
    It's not over
    In your room
    I'm not older
    In your eyes
    I'm not worth it
    Gimme back my alcohol

    Give me all your... Writer/s: GUY CHADWICK, KURT COBAIN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 8

  • Zero from Nowhere, NjDoes anyone know if Chad Channing played double bass on this album? I can hear it in this song as well as "School", "Negative Creep" and a few other songs.
  • Sheeberson from Wrightsville Beach, Nci would guess since this song's drum beat was inspired by "My Sharona"- The Knack. They sound EXACTLY the same
  • Echo from Normalville, Madrums=Chopped up rat beat
  • Sheen from Dallas, TxI think one day a long time ago when I was in school there was this retarded kid who took a book I was reading from me and I said to him "Gimme back my alcohol". Ah, I loved school.
    Fantastic song.
  • Spencer from Equinunk, PaI wouldn't say this is their best song, but one of the best on "Bleach".
  • Nick from Kingston, Australiableach is an under reated album
    but i guess if bleach was sucesful he would have killed him self sooner
  • Seph from Pittsburgh, PaThis is one of Nirvana's best songs. I think this song is about people judging kurt and telling him that he is never going to be anything.
  • Jordan from Victoria, CanadaThe drum beat is cool. I think Kurt wants his alcohol back.
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