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Nirvana Lyrics. album: "In Utero" () Serve The Servants. Scentless Apprentice. Heart-Shaped Box. Rape Me. Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle. Dumb. Very Ape. Milk It. Pennyroyal Tea. Radio Friendly Unit Shifter. Tourette's. All Apologies.
Rutgen from Antwerp Their are lyrics of the song, but only of the In utero version, He made them up a shows and concerts Tubby from Hexham, England Actually, there are no lyrics for this song. Kurt made them up on the spot, and they were different for every show.
Nirvana, In Utero Toni IX; 13 videos; , views; Last updated on Jun 21, ; Play all Share. Loading Save. Sign in to YouTube. Nirvana - Tourette's (In Utero) by 77SystemOfaDown. Nirvana - All Apologies by blackheartedsoab. Nirvana - Gallons of rubbing alcohol (In Utero).
Tourette’s Lyrics: "Moderate Rock" / May day, every day, my day / Could've had a heart attack, my heart / We don't know anything, my heart / We all want something fair, my heart / Hey / Hey / Hey.
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Tourette Syndrome(Also known as Tourette’s) is a disorder that causes unwanted tics, such as physical tics like twitching or blinking, or verbal tics like short shouts or as often characterized.
Lyrics to 'Tourette's' by Nirvana. Moderate rock Mayday, every day, my day Could've had a heart attack, my heart We don't know anything, my heart.
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Lyrics to 'Tourette's' by Nirvana. Moderate rock Mayday, every day, my day Could've had a heart attack, my heart We don't know anything, my heart Nirvana - Tourette's Lyrics | MetroLyrics.
About “In Utero”. Nirvana’s third album In Utero was an attempt to deviate from the polishedness of their previous album Nevermind. The band sought to go back to their roots and produce a more raw sound with the help of legendary producer Steve Albini. Kurt’s lyrics on this album are unified by the strong presence of medical imagery.