In Bloom
Nirvana Lyrics


Sell the kids for food
Weather changes moods
Spring is here again
Reproductive glands

He's the one
Who likes all our pretty songs
And he likes to sing along
And he likes to shoot his gun
But he knows not what it means
Knows not what it means
And I say he's the one
Who likes all our pretty songs
And he likes to sing along
And he likes to shoot his gun
But he knows not what it means
Knows not what it means
And I say yeah

We can have some more
Nature is a whore
Bruises on the fruit
Tender age in bloom

He's the one
Who likes all our pretty songs
And he likes to sing along
And he likes to shoot his gun
But he knows not what it means
Knows not what it means
And I say he's the one
Who likes all our pretty songs
And he likes to sing along
And he likes to shoot his gun
But he knows not what it means
Knows not what it means
And I say yeah

He's the one
Who likes all our pretty songs
And he likes to sing along
And he likes to shoot his gun
But he knows not what it means
Knows not what it means
And I say he's the one
Who likes all our pretty songs
And he likes to sing along
And he likes to shoot his gun
But he knows not what it means
Knows not what it means
Knows not what it means
Knows not what it means
And I say yeah

Lyrics © BMG Rights Management
Written by: Kurt Cobain

Lyrics Licensed & Provided by LyricFind
To comment on specific lyrics, highlight them
Genre not found
Artist not found
Album not found
Song not found
Most interesting comments from YouTube:

Sholeh Mahfudin

"In Bloom"

Sell the kids for food
Weather changes moods
Spring is here again
Reproductive glands

He's the one who likes all our pretty songs
And he likes to sing along and he likes to shoot his gun
But he don't knows not what it means
Don't knows what it means, when I say
He's the one who likes all our pretty songs
And he likes to sing along and he likes to shoot his gun
But he don't know what it means, don't know what it means, and I say, "Yeah"

We can have some more
Nature is a whore
Bruises on the fruit
Tender age in bloom

He's the one who likes all our pretty songs
And he likes to sing along and he likes to shoot his gun
But he don't know what it means
Don't know what it means, and I say
He's the one who likes all our pretty songs
And he likes to sing along and he likes to shoot his gun
But he don't know what it means
Don't know what it means, and I say, "Yeah"

He's the one who likes all our pretty songs
And he likes to sing along and he likes to shoot his gun
But he don't know what it means
Don't know what it means, and I say
He's the one who likes all our pretty songs
And he likes to sing along and he likes to shoot his gun
But he don't know what it means
Don't know what it means
Don't know what it means
Don't know what it means, and I say, "Yeah"



pocket83²

Lots of younger people here in the comments are talking about what it would be like to be in the early 90's, saying that those of us who were there are "lucky" to have watched it all unfold. Maybe. Times do change, but it's still the same game! In either case, I'll tell you what it was like briefly, from the eyes and mind of a kid who was still in high school back when Cobain died.

The first time I had heard Nevermind, chances are it was from a cassette tape. Not as bad as you might think. Most cars at the time still used those, because they were far cheaper than CD players. Tapes also didn't skip, and they held up to abuse way better than disks (as I'd later learn all too well in my 20's).

The brand-new tape played loudly in the car as I rode in the back seat, along with two of my buddies, whose older brothers both sat up front. We listened to what they listened to, and we smoked what they smoked; such was sort of the price of admission for being a tag-along. You didn't want the older kid with a car to think you were lame! I mean, these guys were seriously cool: they wore flannels and had shoulder-length hair. My own hair was still only Oscar Wilde-like at the time, so I was sort of lucky to've been given the opportunity to ride along. Sarcasm.

The boat (an old, really long car) was parked at a red light as I asked,
♪ "What is this?"
[Scoffing laughter] "It's Nirvana, man. You never heard it?"
"No, man."
"Aww, no way. It's awesome. Ear, it this."

The tape tagged along with us for that entire night, as we drove up into the Laurel mountains, where we were then led along a dark, wooded trail and to a fire ring that was already burning on a giant rock in the middle of nowhere. Plenty of other scruffy-looking, flanneled dudes were standing around here in the glow, and whether we had been invited or not seemed irrelevant (this was before cell phones, when people still talked to each other). The girls present were friendly and earthy, but still way out of my league at that early age. Their flannels were kept wrapped around the waist, allowing them to sometimes double as a seat. Lucky guys provided a more personal seat. All attending, of course, had already heard Nevermind.

Our new friends informed me that the place was called "Beam's Rock," and that I should be careful to not step too far away from the fire, lest I fall to my death. Turns out they were right! We had been standing on the edge of one of Western PA's steepest cliffs, looking out at the stars—while smoking strange cigarettes, jamming out to Nirvana, and dreaming of better things. They were also right about it being awesome.

Now when I look back, it was nice. Young-ish people seemed more outward, and less preoccupied. But be careful about dreaming too often about 'better' things; while you do, you're missing whatever's still playing right now. So, wherever or whenever you are in this game, try to pay attention to the moment, and just enjoy it. Jam out! Just be careful on large rocks.



All comments from YouTube:

Tyler Tuncer

This is probably the best Beatles song

Björn Naß

@Erica Marquez He overdosed on heroine, and did the impossible, shooting himself while very probably unconscious.

Björn Naß

@James Phillips Bullocks, many people world wide appreciate British songs, especially in rock music. You are just 50 Million people....

Björn Naß

@SoulWolfX It's like Marty McFly on stage, but way worse. This dude doesn't know what he's talking about.

Björn Naß

@Be Beat Yes, John had more high quality heroin.

Björn Naß

@I dont like seeing long usernames on youtube Nope, completely no, it's anachronism, peeps would be more likely to send excorcists after them. Grungy electronic guitar sounds like this in the 1960s? Don't make a fool of yourself.

477 More Replies...

IT channel

Просто офигенский клип)))

Alejandro ;)

Su madre

vaso

tu vieja :v

ɯnɯoƆ oɹqɯǝW oɹǝW II Goku Misógino II

@PABLO MENDEZ yes

More Comments

More Videos