Come as You Are track from Nirvana (1991) album “Nevermind“. Come as You Are Song written by Kurt Cobain and Produced by Butch Vig. The song was released on 2 March, 1992.
Come as You Are Lyrics
Come as you are, as you wereAs I want you to beAs a friend, as a friendAs an old enemyTake your time, hurry upChoice is yours, don’t be lateTake a rest as a friendAs an old memoriaCome doused in mud, soaked in bleachAs I want you to beAs a trend, as a friendAs an old memoriaMemoriaMemoriaMemoriaMemoria (No, I don’t have a gun)And I swear that I don’t have a gunNo, I don’t have a gunNo, I don’t have a gunNo, I don’t have a gunNo, I don’t have a gun(Memoria)(Memoria)
Song Title: Come as You AreArtists: NirvanaWritten By: Kurt CobainProduced By: Butch VigRelease Date: March 2, 1992Music Label: Sub Pop Records & Geffen Records
“Come as You Are” is a song by the American rock band Nirvana, written by Kurt Cobain. The song is about feeling alienated and disconnected from society, and the lyrics encourage listeners to accept themselves for who they are, rather than trying to conform to societal expectations. The song is also interpreted as a commentary on the commercialization of the grunge scene at the time, and its lyrics have been said to reflect Cobain’s frustration with the pressure to conform to a certain image.
“Come as You Are” is a song by the American rock band Nirvana, written by Kurt Cobain. It was released as the third track and second single from their second studio album “Nevermind” in March 1992. The song became one of the band’s most popular and well-known songs, reaching number 32 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number one on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart.The song’s lyrics, which were written by Cobain, have been interpreted as a commentary on the commercialization of the grunge scene at the time, and its lyrics have been said to reflect Cobain’s frustration with the pressure to conform to a certain image. The song’s message is one of self-empowerment and self-acceptance, encouraging listeners to be true to themselves and not to conform to societal expectations.Musically, “Come as You Are” features a simple and catchy guitar riff and Cobain’s distinctive vocal delivery. The song’s main riff is based on the song “Eight Miles High” by The Byrds and was inspired by the main riff in “Iron Man” by Black Sabbath. The song’s music video, directed by Kevin Kerslake, features the band playing in a dimly-lit room, with footage of a beach and a forest interspersed throughout.”Come as You Are” was a commercial and critical success, and it helped to establish Nirvana as one of the biggest and most important bands of the 1990s. The song remains one of Nirvana’s most enduring and popular songs, and it has been covered and remixed by many other artists.