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Meaning itself is annihilated, leaving just a pile of forlorn verbiage.
This is a TLC that didn't really come out that much — wounded and laid bare — which makes its rare appearance that much more effective. Bell Biv De Voe, "Poison" (1990) Some say this old-school classic plays to a new era of AIDS consciousness — meaning that, like poison, that girl is literally deadly.
I tend to think it's just about a toxic kinda woman, but what really matters is that this song stands the test of time.
Lyrics like "kill yourself to never ever stop" remind us of how badly you're willing to make sacrifices to keep your love close to you, while Thom Yorke's teetering-on-the-verge-of-madness voice invites you to recognize your own bad choices. Weezer, "Butterfly" (1996) Closing out a near-perfect album of guilt and angst, "Butterfly" is a devastating story about the guilt of being unable to commit.
Totally exposed, Rivers Cuomo confesses to having hurt someone who didn't deserve it. G., "Friend of Mine" (1994) This is an ode to those relationships in which both parties screw everything up royally.
Let's just hope he finally got his black t-shirt back. No Doubt, "Don't Speak" (1996) Originally a celebration of love between Gwen Stefani and Tony Kanal, "Don't Speak" was later rewritten to reflect their breakup.