This is the beginning of an ongoing series of posts about 2 or 3 songs I’ve been hearing on the radio that have a hidden meaning. Its usually not hidden its just that normies(we were all normies at some point) are incapable of noticing the hidden meaning. Each of the following songs are practically screaming to us normies to notice what is really being said.
Come As You Are
In the song, “Come As You Are”, by Nirvana, Kurt Cobain spends two whole minutes swearing that he doesn’t own a gun. Why does he do this? It makes zero sense lyrically in the context of the lyrics of the song. According to songfacts, Kurt has stated that the song is “About people, and what they’re expected to act like.” Kurt is telling people to not be fans, to simply come as you are, be yourself. This portion of the song is likely in reference to how being famous is an absolute nightmare. Imagine eating at a restaurant for lunch and having people come up to you with tears of joy just because they saw your face. The lyrics are telling the listener, “I’m just a decent guitarist that can sing, nothing more, nothing less, come as you are, stop being a fan”. The second half of the lyrics are where it gets very interesting. The songfacts article says:
The chords in this song are a slowed down replica of Killing Joke’s 1985 song “Eighties.” The songs were so similar that Nirvana considered holding off releasing the song as a single. Killing Joke considered legal action, but when Kurt Cobain died, they decided not to sue. (“It’s a short f–king life, mate – we could be going fishing or something sensible,” lead singer Jaz Coleman explained).-Daniel Goldberg
Killing Joke… Why does the article make it a point to reference a band named the “killing joke”. The article continues:
In this song, Cobain sings over and over, “I don’t have a gun.” Less than three years after the song was released, he committed suicide by shooting himself in the head. This was an eerie turn of events, but it’s unlikely that Cobain had suicide on his mind when he wrote the lyrics. The gun could be a reference to a time when Cobain’s mother got mad at her husband (Kurt’s stepfather) and threw his guns in a river. Cobain says he recovered some of them, sold them, and used the money to buy his first guitar when he was 15.
I’m sure its just a coincidence that the demon controlled Daniel Goldberg brought up the band “killing joke” in reference to a song where Kurt Cobain spends 2 whole minutes swearing that he doesn’t own a gun. The demons are laughing at this joke. Kurt was swearing that he doesn’t own a gun, and to come as you are. In my opinion Kurt opted out of the nightmare that is fame. The powers that be abided and so Kurt knew that his death was going to be faked thru suicide by gun. The song is Kurts way of telling us normies that once we eventually figure out this obvious hint, we should simply come as we are.
The song “Drive” by Incubus has nothing to do with driving cars. It’s about retaking the wheel of our own human body vehicle. I’ve mentioned before all negative thoughts are demons/daemons. They do not whisper thoughts into our heads they take the wheel of the vehicle known as the human body. The song “Drive” is about retaking the wheel of your human body vehicle. We do not have souls, we are souls.
You Get What You Give
The New Radicals song “You Get What You Give” is one of the most clear cut explanations of how the universe works. The song’s name is literally all we need to know about our realm called Earth, “you get what you give”, but some lyrics that help reinforce this are “you got the music in you”, “this whole damn world could fall apart, you’ll be okay, follow your heart”, “you’re gonna get what you give”. At the the end of the song, one of the biggest truths is revealed, “health insurance, rip off lying. FDA, big bankers buying” which is telling us normies the entire health system is a rip off and lying because the bankers own the FDA and therefore the health system. The New Radicals knew the entire medical industrial complex was a scam back in 1998, their song “You get what you give” attempts to tell us normies. I’ve only learned this in the past few years and find it incredibly difficult to explain this to family and friends. I can only imagine what it would have been like for the New Radicals back in 1998. The most relevant and important part is the song’s name and chorus, “you get what you give.” Its not a metaphor, its literal. Give positivity and love to others and watch as your circumstances miraculously change for the better.