Nirvana - Sappy





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Published on Mar 16, 2006

Nirvana - Sappy [ made by Krist & Dave in memory of kurt cobain ]

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Thank you Kurt. Love you.
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Adamm Durr
when rock was good
Jasey Gray
Kurt Cobain lol
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This song has two meanings: He sings about his turtle being trapped by his owner(kurt) and he sings about himself being trapped by his owner (god) . The turtle is given grass and water to mimic his natural environment but he doesn't realize he's actually in someone's laundry room. Kurt was metaphorically thrust into a world where he never felt like he belonged.
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Mark Carcamo
B3RGMAN7 that's pretty deep man.
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I'll accept 7 million views over any pop music that's coming out nowadays that gets 250 million views in a week. Why? Because this type of music will last for generations while that poppy shit on the radio is only the flavor of the month.
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Adam Ewing
The definition of pop is popular. Pop isn't meant to stick around for generations but for the time being. Hints...POPular. I do agree with you though about the fact that Nirvana is more entertaining man lol
WhatEver_ Name_Works
Alex try the first 30seconds then they change the song
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Sappy = Sad + Happy
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Vintage King
Correct. The original title of this was sad back to at least 1987. Kurt was told it was too depressing so he changed it to happy but when this version came along, it was changed finally to a combination of the first two hence sappy. About his turtle 🐢
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Dmitriy Romanov
One of the best songs of Nirvana P. S. All hello from Russia :)
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stefan werona
hello from Poland
Gustavo Retamozo
hola desde narnia
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Strategic Gamer
am i the only the one who likes the the less popular songs more than the popular ones?
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Jack Duggan
my favs are i don't care. anurism. and you know your right
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Steve Johansen
the solo is so orgasmic... musically that is.
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That solo is one of the best I've ever listened in the grunge genre.
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Augusto Pinochet
+MoltenSword - The Space Ace Layne's singing was the worst of all in AiC, and thus inspired some of the worst alternative rock/metal bands of our times, like Godsmack for instance. The only voice of grunge with an even worse legacy was Eddie Vedder, except for that Pearl Jam were rather pretty decent. And I also need to point out that Nirvana was not a Seattle band, neither it came from Seattle nor it belonged to the style of Seattle bands - Nirvana, despite forming itself in Aberdeen was an Olympian band, Olympia, WA was their adopted homescene. A grunge band, but not a Seattle band. They were much more like Beat Happening and Melvins, or Some Velvet Sidewalk rather than Mudhoney or Soundgarden, in a sense that they had that weird, really experimental side to them. And that description should be enough of an explanation.
MoltenSword - The Space Ace
Augusto Pinochet all of the grunge bands in the Seattle scene were amazing. Nirvana and Alice in chains especially. Are you really downplaying the incredible vocal talent of Layne Staley?
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Too bad this was never included in any of their studio albums :/ It's one of the best.
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They officially released it first on the deluxe version of In Utero, after Kurt died. But he had this song written and recorded a couple of times since Bleach in 1989, they performed first live at the Pine Street Theatre in 1990. That's why there is a fair bit of confusion. No idea why Kurt never wanted to release it, I think he thought it would go too mainstream like Smells Like did... Definitely worthy of mainstream popularity with it being fairly poppy.
And if you save your soul Not in the U.S. I think it was only released on the No Alternative promo album as a hidden bonus track.
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http://prntscr.com/48sz58           http://prntscr.com/48rocf what do you guys think of this drawing so far, (bad photo) im 15 and ive loved nirvana ever since dad played them when i was a pre schooler/kindergarten student
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Pedro Cerda
I know this comment is 2 years old but that drawing is so amazing, I'd love to see more of your art you seem like a great artist
Charlee Schroeder
That's amazing!
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