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seether

Ow!

Seether is neither loose nor tight.
Seether is neither black nor white.
I tried to keep her on a short leash
I tried to calm her down
I tried to ram her into the ground, yeah.

Can't fight the seether
Can't fight the seether
Can't fight the seether
I can't see her till I'm foaming at the mouth.

Seether is neither big nor small.
Seether is the center of it all.
I tried to rock her in my cradle
I tried to knock her out
I tried to cram her back in my mouth, yeah.

Can't fight the seether
Can't fight the seether
Can't fight the seether
I can't see her till I'm foaming at the mouth.

Keep her down, boiling water,
Keep her down, what a lovely daughter.
Oh, she is not born like other girls,
But I know how to conceive her.
Oh, she may not look like other girls,
But she's a snarl-toothed seether, seether!

Can't fight the seether
Can't fight the seether
Can't fight the seether
I can't see her till I'm foaming at the mouth
Seether
Can't fight the seether
Can't fight the seether
Can't fight the seether
I can't see her till I'm foaming at the mouth, yeah.

Louise Post
Nina Gordon

Excellent song, and the one that put Veruca Salt on the charts! Nina Gordon wrote it after an argument, having disagreed so violently with her opponent that she wanted to bash her face in. A seething anger.

29 Aŭgusto 2004 modifita.