Lounge Act track from Nirvana (1991) album “Nevermind“. Lounge Act Song written by Kurt Cobain and Produced by Butch Vig. The song was released on 24 September, 1991.
Lounge Act Lyrics
Truth covered insecurityI can’t let you smother meI’d like to but it couldn’t workTrading off and taking turnsI don’t regret a thingI’ve got this friend, you see, who makes me feelAnd I wanted more than I could stealI’ll arrest myself, I’ll wear a shieldI’ll go out of my way to prove I stillSmell her on youAnd I’ve got this friend, you see, who makes me feelAnd I wanted more than I could stealI’ll arrest myself, I’ll wear a shieldI’ll go out of my way to make you a dealWe’ll make a pact to learn from whoEver we want without new rulesAnd we’ll share what’s lost and what we grewThey’ll go out of their way to prove they stillSmell her on youThey stillSmell her on youSmell her on you
Song Title: Lounge ActArtists: NirvanaWritten By: Kurt CobainProduced By: Butch VigRelease Date: September 24, 1991Music Label: Sub Pop Records & Geffen Records
“Lounge Act” is a song by the American rock band Nirvana. The song is known for its catchy guitar riffs, and Kurt Cobain’s distinctive vocal style. The lyrics of the song are often interpreted as a commentary on a toxic and dysfunctional relationship. The lyrics suggest feelings of jealousy, insecurity, and dissatisfaction with the other person, as well as a sense of trapped in the relationship. The title of the song “Lounge Act” is a metaphor for the feeling of being trapped in a stagnant and unfulfilling relationship, similar to being stuck in a lounge act, which is a type of performance that is considered one of the band’s most popular songs and is often played in concerts.
“Lounge Act” is a song by the American rock band Nirvana. It was included on their second studio album, “Nevermind,” which was released in 1991. The song was written by Kurt Cobain, the band’s lead singer and guitarist.The song is considered one of the band’s most popular songs and is often played in concerts. It’s known for its catchy guitar riffs, Kurt Cobain’s emotive vocal delivery, and lyrics that are relatable and emotionally charged. The song’s structure is also considered unconventional, featuring an extended instrumental outro and a change in tempo in the middle of the song.