Back to zero So you want to blow us all to pieces Go meet your maker, head hung down And give him all your explanations Go ahead, throw down Back to zero, back to nothing Straight to meltdown, back to zero That's where we're heading
It's a monkey living on my back I can feel my spine begin to crack I'm looking to the future I keep on glancing back I prefer to rot I don't want to pop
I think I'll head back to the jungle, alright Don't want to see no big bad rumble, too fright Back to zero, that's where we're going Back to nothing, right now, right now No heroes? No more heroes Back to meltdown That's where I'm going, back to zero
My whole life is hanging on a thread I'm the fly inside the spider's web I'm looking to the future I keep on glancing back I prefer to rot I don't want to pop
I worry about my great grandchildren Living ten miles beneath the ground I worry about their whole existence The whole damn thing's in doubt Back to zero, that's where we're going Back to nothing, that's where we're heading Straight to meltdown, that's where we're going Back to zero, right now, right now
We're going nowhere Right now, right now Back to zero, that's where we're heading Back to zero
Writer/s: MICK JAGGER
Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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Alastair from Stranraer, United KingdomIn Canada 'Back to Zero' was released as a B-side to the single, 'Winning Ugly'. Housed in an attractive cartoon picture sleeve.
Alastair from Stranraer, United KingdomThe foretelling of catastrophe is one reading ot the lyrics but if we think Jagger may be using coded metaphors for his own life and the band's present condition, the line "Back To Zero that's where we're heading" could be read as a cleaning of the slate and starting again. The track contains Stones references in lines such as "It's a monkey living on my back" and "I'm the fly inside the spider's web" (a volte-face from the Jagger of 1965 who was the predatory spider in the web).
Juan from Buenos Aires, ArgentinaSWEET NEOCON,GUNFACE AND ANYBODY SEEN MY BABY ARE THE WORST SONGS TO ME. AND THE LYRICS OF WINNING UGLY ARE REALLY UGLY. BACK TO ZERO IS NOT MY FAVOURITE BUT FAR BETER THAN SWEET NEOCON.
Boris Müller from Zürich, Switzerlandneil is right: back to zero is top 5 of worst stones songs ever. winning ugly probably too. also horrible: suck on the jagular and sweet neocon...
Neil from Liverpool, U.k., Englandback to zero and winning ugly are the 2 worst things the stones ever released. I've heard better outtakes.
Ethan from Portland, Orworst stones song ever. what a "coincidence" that chuck helped write it.
Roddy from Southampton, EnglandLeavell also played keyboards in Eric Clapton's MTV unplugged and Train's Drops of Jupiter.
The first version of The Beatles "Helter Skelter" was a 27 minute jam, so you can imagine what Ringo was going through pounding away all that time. To convince the guys that he needed a break, he screamed, "I've got blisters on my fingers!" This was included on the fadeout.