"Bar-x The Rocking M" as written by and Roger/crover Osborne....
Come big slide across bitter by hiding hold a hail
Sit down and hold this town in fever
This mind is most of all like a vulture on a nail
And now he knows distorting feeler hell
This time he knows distorting

Be now the first of all, by the low end on avoid
It's a pig, it's an eye, it's a soul, it's a seether
Big eye and hold it all, by the riding on a head
Dig down the voice distorting feeler hell
Chicks hide the most distorting

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"Bar-X-The Rocking M" as written by Mark Deutrom Dale Crover

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  • +1
    General CommentFirst of all, I just noticed that none of hte albums are listed. This one is from the album Stag.

    I think this is one of two songs that Buzz Osbourne (lead singer/guitarist/primary songwriter of the Melvins) wrote about Kurt Cobain's suicide. (They wre friends). The other is a re-write of Night Goat, when they play it live, they do different lyrics.

    It's a very dark song when you decode.
    pentalarcon May 13, 2003   Link
  • +1
    General Comment<==== Thinks OpiumForThePeople should just stick to smoking opium.. Besides its a long way down off that high horse and I heard you had a certain phobia of heights..
    Tricky1979on March 19, 2012   Link
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    General CommentErr... could you explain line by line how this actually refers to anything?
    And that Night Goat thing... you got that from a website, don't you?
    (God I hate it when people quote information from sites, presenting it as if they discovered it themselves or something)
    Anyway, those aren't "different" lyrics, it's just a different interpretation by some idiot claiming theyre different lyrics. And I see no connections to anything, let alone Kurt Cobain in there.
    OpiumForThePeopleon April 19, 2006   Link

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