Axl Rose Husband is a track featured on the Sparkle Jump Rope Queen profile on Myspace. A slightly different version known as White Pontiac Heaven also exists. It was presumably written when she...
You my Axl Rose husband
Blue hydrangea
White Pontiac heaven
Me your red, white and blue girl
Star spangled danger
You my heavy metal king
King

I said, Daddy, I need you (yes)
Greenwich, I need you
Strangled up in ivy
I'm the garden of Eden
Lady Liberty
Til it flame I'm shinin'
Queen, queen

You're my one king daddy
And I'm your little queen
Red, white and blue
White and blue

Record executive, I
Need you to live, I
Someone come replace you
Should I happen to meet you
Downtown, or see you
I would fall down dead
I'm bereaved by you
Bereaved by you

In blue denim I meet you
Barefoot I need you
Diamond horseshoe sparklin'
You're my king Jewish maven
Kids on vacation
Florida Keys are calling
Come back to me
Come back to me


Axl Rose Husband song meanings
Add your thoughts

4 Comments

sort form View by:
  • +2
    General CommentThis has got to be the creepiest song, and yes, I've heard the song Dead Skin Mask by Slayer. This tops the creepiness of that song.

    "Red, white and blue," a reference to Axl's USA shorts during RIR II?
    "Garden of Eden" is a GN'R song.
    "Daddy, I need you" -- a reference to Sweet Child O' Mine?
    "I need you" -- a reference to Patience?
    "Someone come replace you" -- Estranged has the lyric, "I'll never find anyone to replace you."

    Okay, I'll stop. But seriously, as a huge Axl Rose/Guns N' Roses fan, this song creeps me out. Like, it makes me uncomfortable. Obviously, it didn't make Axl uncomfortable, though, cos he plowed her.
    star tripperon July 07, 2012   Link
  • 0
    Lyric Correctiondefinitely "lady liberty" not "lady the birdy"
    sisteron June 20, 2012   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI noticed more GN'R references.

    - "Lady Liberty 'til it flame I'm shinin' queen" is a reference to Rocket Queen.
    - Blue hydrangea is a blue flower used in wedding bouquets, usually to compliment roses
    - "In blue denim I meet you" is a reference to the song "Black Leather."

    Okay, Lana's fucked in the head for coming up with this, but I'm pretty messed up, too, for catching all these references. x)
    star tripperon July 07, 2012   Link
  • -1
    General Commentso the song "blue jeans" was originally inspired because of this man? I'm really having trouble figuring her out, in one of her first interviews she said she didnt wanted to make any more music after her "born to die" album because all of her songs were about the same man over and over, so was it axl rose all this time? so she really was just a groupie. oh my goodness.. and now she's dating some guy from a scotish band nobody knows? i mean dont take me wrong I love lana soooo much and her music, but she always sings about old men with money. hmph, i feel confused. too sad shes just another marketing weapon.
    romysvobodaon September 07, 2013   Link

Add your thoughts

Log in now to tell us what you think this song means.

Don’t have an account? Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. It’s super easy, we promise!

Back to top
explain