"Here She Comes Now (Velvet Underground cover)" as written by and L. Reed S. Morrison....
Ah
If she ever comes down now
Nah
If she comes down now

Oh
She looks so good
Oh
She's made out of wood
She says oh


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"Here She Comes Now" as written by Lou Reed John Cale

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  • +4
    General CommentThe full lyrics are:

    "Now, if she ever comes now, now
    If she ever comes now, now
    If she ever comes now...
    Now, if she ever comes now, now
    If she ever comes now, now
    If she ever comes now...

    Ah oh, she looks so good
    Ah oh, she's made out of wood
    She says so

    Now, if she ever comes now, now
    If she ever comes now, now
    If she ever comes now...
    Now, if she ever comes now, now
    If she ever comes now, now
    If she ever comes now...

    Ah oh, she looks so good
    Ah oh, she's made out of wood
    She says so

    She ever comes now, now
    Now, now, now, now
    She ever, ever, ever comes n-n-n-now..."

    A damn fine song about trying to make her orgasm...
    Eatcarpeton February 08, 2005   Link
  • +4
    General Commentcover of a velv. underground song. I actually kind of like this version better. theyre both good.
    zeppelinbeatle52on August 21, 2006   Link
  • +3
    General Commentthis is a cover song of the velvet underground.
    floppyon August 28, 2002   Link
  • +2
    General CommentI like this one, I also like this version more than Velvet Underground's version.
    Shadowbitchon May 26, 2005   Link
  • +2
    General CommentI honestly think their is more to this song that sex. It has deeper meaning.
    katcooperon December 08, 2005   Link
  • +2
    General CommentI love both this version and the Velvet Underground's original. In ways I like Kurt's even better though. It just has a little more feeling to it that gives the song a unique quality. Also, he sings the song with a lot of energy. I love the part of the song where he is screaming out the lyrics. I also believe this song is about sexual frustration.
    CDawnnon February 02, 2008   Link
  • +2
    General CommentThis song was originally issued as a split single along with another Velvets' cover by the Melvins (''Venus in Furs'') in 1991, just before Nevermind.
    I've heard it described as a "seven-line thesis on the possibility that a girl might cum". (Nothing ground-breaking here.)
    It's impossible to say exactly what Cobain had going on in his head while he was singing but Lou Reed compositions can usually be taken at face value. Also, though the Nirvana boys do a typically great performance, this version somewhat lacks the humour and the knowing smirk of the original.
    P.S. Individuals with strong stomachs and open minds should check the Velvets' ''White Light/White Heat'', the album where ''Here She Comes Now'' first made its appearance. Happy listening.
    Danforth05on February 09, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentWow, I am the biggest nirvana and velvet underground fan and what makes this version good is that it is done in the classic nirvana style and not ust a lame attempt to imitate the original, which would have been impossible. To say one version is better than the other to me is crazy because there done in different styles. Though I still prefer the original (probably because I heard it before this version) I can still appreciate nirvana for doing an amazing cover
    lingeronon October 05, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General Commenthey floppy you commented on my birthday. yes its a cool cover of the velvet underground. anni is evidently retarded, commenting on a song she ahsnt heard. dumbass.
    smashingrocker666on June 10, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General Commenta lou reed cover
    NikoZon May 03, 2005   Link

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