Sick Love
Red Hot Chili Peppers Lyrics


Say goodbye to Oz and everything you own
California dreamin' is a Pettibon
LA's screaming you're my home
Vanity is blasted but it's rarely fair
I could smell the Prozac in your pretty hair
Got a lot of friends, but is anyone there

I don't know but it's been said
Your heart is stronger than your head
And this location is my home

Stick 'n move you're living in a quick world
Got a heavy laugh for such a tiny girl
Born into it that's for sure

Rivers get connected so much stronger than expected, well
Sick love comes to wash us away
Prisons of perspective
How your vision gets corrected and
Sick love is my modern cliché

People talk and tell you what you want to hear
Do you really need another souvenir
Super heroes tend to disappear
Fame is just a trick you see an empty glass
Leave you feeling thirsty and so very fast
Chase your tail my baby it'll be your last

I don't know but it's been said
Your heart is stronger than your head
And this location is my home

Rivers get connected so much stronger than expected, well
Sick love comes to wash us away
Prisons of perspective
How your vision gets corrected and
Sick love is my modern cliché

Rivers get connected so much stronger than expected, well
Sick love comes to wash us away
Prisons of perspective
How your vision gets corrected and
Sick love is my modern cliché

Openly defective is the lover you elected and
A portrait she was bound to portray

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group
Written by: JOSH ADAM KLINGHOFFER, CHAD SMITH, MICHAEL PETER BALZARY, ELTON JOHN, BERNARD J.P. TAUPIN, ANTHONY KIEDIS

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Theresa L. Dowling

@Jenna Bates He adopts a teasing, bitter English accent: “Y’know, steak ’n’ kidney pie is not really me favourite…

“I think that sooner or later, though, it’s inevitable that we will conquer England, as well as Scotland, Ireland and the rest of the world.”

This without a hint of an exclamation mark in his voice.

“It’s very much like the long-term process of making love to somebody: you start off with the foreplay, you kiss them and you suck their neck and you titillate their sensory areas with your fingertips, with the first couple of records.

“Maybe you start giving them head with the third record, then you finally slip it in for the fourth. That’s essentially what we’ve done with our career up to this point.

“ ‘Mother’s Milk’ was incredibly well received in America. Basically, we’re still involved in the foreplay section with the rest of the world, since they didn’t really get our first two records.”

SEX… IT ALL comes back to sex with this guy. Almost as soon as we met, Kiedis told me he was on a ‘sex diet’. And he has the love-bites – one either side of the jugular – to prove it.

“I’ve got a new girlfriend. She’s 18 years old and demands rigorous sexual activity several times a day.”

For those of us who need to know, Kiedis’ sex diet consists of “no fattening foods, lots of protein, and a lot of exercise before and after you eat. Basically, you just can’t afford to have an ounce of fat because a sexual diet is for performance.

“But it’s also for aesthetics: she’s a model and she’s quite perfect in her physical structure.”

So is this lurve, Anthony?

Love is a word taken much too seriously sometimes,” he says enigmatically. “People are afraid to say they love somebody, but the fact if I do love her. I’m not gonna marry her and I’m not gonna dedicate my whole life to her, because I need to devote time to myself and to my music.

“But she understands. I just broke up with the girl that I lived with for two years. To get out of the frying pan and to go straight into the fire would be stupid right now. We’ve decided we’re gonna be blatantly honest about our feelings, at risk of hurting each other.

“But I do love her and she loves me. She’s the biggest sexual genius I’ve encountered in the last 10 years…”

HE STRIKES a post-coital pose and lights a cigarette. Excluding sex, smoking is his one remaining vice. “My guitar player (John Frusciante) is such an avid smoker, and he really loves the quality it gives my voice, the raspiness.

“But he’s the kind of guy who was heartbroken to find out that John Waters, his favourite film-maker, had quit smoking at the age of 44.”

Once upon a time, of course, smoking a cigarette was the least of Kiedis’ problems. Heroin abuse, alcoholism, both had threatened to take him over for much of the band’s seven-year career. Then his guitarist, friend and co-conspirator in the twilight world of drug addiction, Hillel Slovak, died.

“Like me, Hillel had the disease of drug addiction,” Kiedis says, not flinching. “He didn’t die of an overdose; he died from having a disease.

“No one wanted to accept that this young man with so much to offer was just gone, you know, wiped out in a second.

“But in a strange way, we found strength from that. It forced me to make a choice. I could either join Hillel or I could try and finish my life.

“I’ve been completely off all alcohol and drugs for 21 months now. I mean, completely. I don’t drink or use any more.

“But I don’t do it by myself. Hillel tried to do it by himself and he died. I do it with the help of other addicts that have cleaned up. That’s the only way I know how to deal with it.”

A NEW Red Hot Chili Peppers single, ‘Taste The Pain’, the third to be taken from the excellent ‘Mother’s Milk’ collection, is released by EMI to tie in with the UK shows.

A new video, directed by Alex Winter (the weedy blond guy in ‘Bill And Ted’s Excellent Adventure’), has already been shot, and features, says Kiedis with obvious satisfaction, “some very twisted images of pain and brutal reality. It’s impossible to describe. There’s a sense of surrealism to it all as well.”

When he’s not devouring his new girlfriend, Kiedis says he likes to spend his spare time reading (Bukowski is a big favourite, as is Capote, Hesse, Bach); listening to music (“Sex Packets’ by the Digital Underground is a current favourite, he tells me).

But mostly, he has sex, he insists. Well, it’s a hobby, I suppose…

While still discussing his sex diet and all the exercise involved, I enquire how often Kiedis lifts weights?

No, no weights,” he says.

I look surprised. Where did you get those big arms from then, I asked him?

“Sex,” he replied.

No way! What does he do, carry them around over his head before he gets them into bed?

At last, he allows himself a small chuckle, amused by my puffing and blowing, my envy and disbelief.

“The only exercise I ever get, unless I force myself to do push-ups, is sex and onstage. Stage is the cardio-vascular scenario, you know; an hour-and-a-half running around every night. That’s a perfect exercise.

“And sex. You’d be surprised. I mean, if you’re holding yourself up above a girl for any length of time… you know, utilizing your pelvis or whatever. Don’t you feel pumped up after you have sex?” he asks, face a perfect mask of sincerity.

Outside, it’s stopped raining…



Theresa L. Dowling

@Jenna Bates 1990 June Kerrang (292)





Note: This is RHCP’s first Kerrang! cover I think. Have gone through a site that has most Kerrangs! listed on it and this is the first one I can see (it could be one of the missing editions on there is earlier but this is also the earliest Kerrang! cover I have so my money would be on it being the first one).

Thank you to Kathie Davis for the transcript.

On a not so hot day in LA, MICK WALL is having his ears burnt by ANTHONY KIEDIS, vocalist of the ‘Hardcore, bone-crunching, psychedelic, sex-funk band from heaven’ otherwise known as the RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS. Kiedis explains why Faith No More vocalist Mike Patton may soon be minus a left foot, why Kiedis’ new girlfriend is ‘the biggest sexual genius’ he’s encountered in the last 10 years, and why conquering England will be like ‘the long-term process of making love’. Be on the safe side: take a pack of condoms to next week’s gigs and be sure you know…

 

WHO’S FUNKIN’ YOU

 

I’M SORRY, ladies, but when he appears in the doorway, immediately I’m struck by how small he is. Onstage with the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Anthony Kiedis looks like one of those classic Greek statues; large, musclebound, big willy dangling.

In person, however, the singer with the original ‘Hardcore, bone-crunching, psychedelic, sex-funk band from heaven’ looks much more manageable. Five feet eight maybe, long straight tea-coloured hair, younger looking than his 27 years. Dressed in shorts (natch), T-shirt and sneakers. Still with the big muscular arms though.

As for the willy? Well, he never showed it to me, which is a shame. Maybe if he had, I might have sued him and made some money out of it. He explains how a similar situation came about…

“It was backstage after a show and I was changing and there was this girl there. We were all joking and laughing together and when she left, no one was under the impression that she was perturbed by my nudity in the dressing room.”

Within 24 hours, however, he girl, a student at the George Mason University, in Virginia, had sworn out a complaint and Kiedis was tried and convicted on misdemeanor charges of ‘sexual battery’ and indecent exposure, but is appealing against the sexual battery charge.

She claimed Kiedis had dangled his dick in her face. Had he?

“No,” he says sharply. “I’m not that type of person. I’m a very fun-loving, friendly person. The fact that I was found guilty of misdemeanors and given a nominal fine pretty much indicated to my attorney and to hers that it was a pile of shit.”

UNLIKE THE singing voice, which has rapped, yapped and crowed its way through four albums with the Red Hot Chili Peppers, the speaking voice is even-tempered, almost monotonous, or would be if what he had to say wasn’t so interesting. We meet on another typically red hot day in Los Angeles.

Actually, I’m lying. It was pissing with rain, chuckin’ it down. I just liked the line.

“I love the rain,” Kiedis tells me, glancing out the window of my hotel room. “It’s very important to Los Angeles; the air pollution is so deadly here that without the rain we would die. So, you know, we’re very lucky to have rain today.”

We digress to discuss the environment. Kiedis says it needs all the help it can get. I don’t argue. We sit there looking thoughtful. Then the conversation steers itself back onto safer ground; more sex crimes.

In March, performing during MTV’s Spring-break party in Daytona Beach, Florida, bassist and – along with Kiedis – co-founder of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Michael ‘Flea’ Balzary, and drummer Chad Smith, were arrested by beach rangers after they had leapt off the stage to much commotion and Flea allegedly threw a young woman over his shoulder while Smith spanked her.

Both face charges for battery, with Flea facing additional charges of ‘disorderly conduct’ and ‘solicitation to commit an unnatural and lascivious act’.

Kiedis remains tight-lipped on the subject. It’s clear he thinks the whole thing has been blown out of all proportion. Maybe if it had been solely a Red Hot Chili Pepper gig instead of a variety show, the girl would have understood, maybe even demanded it…

“Most people who come to our shows understand that there’s a humorous element to what we do and not necessarily intended to offend anyone,” Kiedis says.

“The first amendment of the American Constitution gives you the freedom of speech and the freedom, you know, to do what you will from the stage.”

Tell it to the PMRC, I tell him. Or the Governor of the State of Minnesota who is trying to introduce an over-21 law for all major-league concerts in the state, whether the venue is selling alcohol or not.

“That’s a terrible concept,” says Kiedis, shaking his head. “I hope they fail miserably. Creativity has always been threatened by certain right wing factions of society. But they’ve never succeeded and I don’t see why they should now.

NEVERTHELESS, THE last Chilis album, ‘Mother’s Milk’, came complete with ‘Explicit Language’ stickers plastered on it’s sleeve.

“That doesn’t bother me at all,” he says. “Our lyrics are very explicit, whether it’s about sex or friendship, or love for life in general. If they wanna inform the buying public that it is explicit, I have no problems with that.”

However, when a certain large chain of American stores wanted to by 50,000 copies of the album, they balked when they say the sleeve (the naked upper torso of a young woman cradling the four miniature figures of the band in her slender arms).

The band’s record company, EMI, got round the problem by redesigning the sleeve to make the bodies bigger, in order to obscure more of “Mother’s breasts. 50,000 records later, Kiedis says he is comfortable with the decision and denies any implications of selling out. Yuk! Horrid words.

“The art of the Red Hot Chili Peppers is first and foremost that of our music, and we never change our music as a compromise for anybody’s desires or tastes. That we should have to enlarge ourselves on the record is really not that big a deal. It’s what’s inside that counts,” he points out pragmatically.

“These things are so arbitrary, anyway. Nobody kicked up any fuss over our T-shirts…” (The two most famous being the legendary socks-on-cocks number, and the less well known woman-masturbating shirt.)

“It’s a drawing of Madonna masturbating, and she’s dreaming of the Red Hot Chili Peppers,” Kiedis explains with a straight face.

It’s not known if Madonna herself has actually seen it.

“I think if she saw it, she’s want one, that’s the type of girl she is. I mean, I don’t think she’s ever denied masturbating. Or denied masturbating to the Red Hot Chili Peppers, for that matter…”

WHAT ABOUT the serious side of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, though? All play and no work makes Jack a dull jerk… Does it concern Kiedis that some people might not be able to see past the silly faces in their photo’s the smutty T-shirts, the whole zany, kinky, mama-we’s-all-crazy jive? That some people might not take the Red Hot Chili Peppers seriously at all?

“But that’s like people going to see Jimi Hendrix play and coming away from the concert with nothing more to say than, ‘Wow, that guy can play with his teeth!’“ he says. “This is show business, and we are here to entertain. We like to entertain people. The visual value of it is there, but there’s a lot more to it than that. People who are truly interested or concerned will find that out eventually.”

On the other hand, of course, some people take the Red Hot Chili Peppers almost too seriously. To the point of wanting to be them. No, I’m not talking about Faith No More: just their singer, Mike Patton.

I ask Kiedis straight for his opinion on the matter: did Mike Patton rip you off hook, line, and sinker, or what?

“Yeah,” he says, no hesitation. “My drummer says he’s gonna kidnap him and shave his hair off and saw off one of his feet. Just so he’ll be forced to find a style of his own.”

Is the genuine bitterness here, or just another joke?

“It used to really bother me. I thought, what a drag if people get the idea that I’m actually ripping him off! Especially in the UK where Faith No More are much better known than us. In America, it’s a different story, people are aware of the profound influence we had on them.

“But after it stewed in my stomach for a while, I just decided to accept it. He is just a kid. Besides, without his left foot he’s going to have to change…”

IN AMERICA they just received a gold record for ‘Mother’s Milk’. It is only now that the Chilis have started to make any serious inroads into the British or European markets. This month they return to the UK for a clutch of dated.

How important is it for the band to be a success this side of the ocean they named after a record company?

“Everywhere we go in the world we try our hardest and we play our hardest every night we play. That’s basically what we have to offer Britain. The way the industry’s set up over there, the only way to get across is go over there and play. It’s nice to expose what you have to offer to the entire world.”

Does he actually like it over in Ye Olde Country?

“To be blatantly honest, England is not our favourite place to go, he admits without guilt.

“It isn’t because we’re not as well-known as we are in America: it’s the weather we don’t like; and it’s very far away, and the food’s not very good – they tend to overcook the vegetables.”



T Dowling

@Biraj Singha UPI ARCHIVES
 
APRIL 3, 1990 
Singer Anthony Kiedis convicted of sexual battery, indecent exposure

Red Hot Chili Peppers lead singer Anthony Kiedis performs live on stage. File photo by C.L. Cornish/UPI | License Photo
FAIRFAX, Va. -- The lead singer of the rock group Red Hot Chili Peppers was convicted Tuesday of sexual battery and indecent exposure after a concert in suburban Washington, D.C.

Anthony Kiedis, 27, of Los Angeles, was accused of touching a woman's face with his penis after a concert at George Mason University in Fairfax County on April 21, 1989.

The woman, a student at GMU who served on the university's program board, said the incident occurred outside the band's dressing room after the concert.

Circuit Court jurors recommended that Kiedis be fined $1,000 on each charge. He could have received up to 60 days in jail.

Judge Michael McWeeny set sentencing for Friday. Under Virginia law, McWeeny can impose the jury's recommendation or reduce it, but he cannot increase it.

The Circuit Court trial was an appeal of a ruling by a lower court judge, who found Kiedis guilty of both charges and sentenced him to 60 days in jail.

Kiedis denied ever touching the woman but others said they saw the incident and a band member admitted he made an encouraging statement.

Fans of the rock band, whose music is described as 'white funk,' packed the courtroom during the two days of testimony.

The band's latest album, 'Mother's Milk,' includes the hit songs 'Knock Me Down,' and a remake of the Stevie Wonder tune 'Higher Ground.'

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Theresa L. Dowling

Did you know that three of the guys in RHCP have been arrested or convicted of sex crimes, and Anthony Keidis is a child rapist according to his autobiography but was never charged?  UPI ARCHIVES APRIL 3, 1990

Singer Anthony Kiedis convicted of sexual battery, indecent exposure



FAIRFAX, Va. -- The lead singer of the rock group Red Hot Chili Peppers was convicted Tuesday of sexual battery and indecent exposure after a concert in suburban Washington, D.C.

Anthony Kiedis, 27, of Los Angeles, was accused of touching a woman's face with his penis after a concert at George Mason University in Fairfax County on April 21, 1989.

The woman, a student at GMU who served on the university's program board, said the incident occurred outside the band's dressing room after the concert.

Circuit Court jurors recommended that Kiedis be fined $1,000 on each charge. He could have received up to 60 days in jail.

Judge Michael McWeeny set sentencing for Friday. Under Virginia law, McWeeny can impose the jury's recommendation or reduce it, but he cannot increase it.

The Circuit Court trial was an appeal of a ruling by a lower court judge, who found Kiedis guilty of both charges and sentenced him to 60 days in jail.

Kiedis denied ever touching the woman but others said they saw the incident and a band member admitted he made an encouraging statement.

Fans of the rock band, whose music is described as 'white funk,' packed the courtroom during the two days of testimony.

The band's latest album, 'Mother's Milk,' includes the hit songs 'Knock Me Down,' and a remake of the Stevie Wonder tune 'Higher Ground.'

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2 IN BAND ARRESTED AFTER ATTACKING FAN



March 17, 1990


Shirish Date Of The Sentinel Staff

THE ORLANDO SENTINEL




True to their name, the Red Hot Chili Peppers were hot - so hot that they trashed their stage, then jumped into the crowd to manhandle a bikini-clad woman during an MTV taping on the beach.

Police weren't amused.

Neither was MTV, which threw the band off the set. And neither was the 20-year-old Virginia woman, who filed charges against two band members.

Defenders of the Red Hot Chili Peppers say Wednesday afternoon's episode at an MTV taping was just part of its image, which sometimes includes taking the stage wearing nothing more than strategically placed socks or diapers.



Maybe. But early Friday morning, the Volusia County Beach Rangers decided that arresting bass guitarist Flea and drummer Chad Smith and charging them with lascivious behavior, battery and disorderly conduct were part of the rangers' image.

"I'm not going to put up with it," said Ranger Chief Jon Kirvan, hours after arresting half the band's members about 1 a.m. Friday after a concert at the Marriott Hotel. "That could be your daughter."

Wednesday's melee took place during MTV's taping for its Club MTV dance program. The band was lip-syncing the song "Knock Me Down" when Flea - whose real name is Michael Balzary - started banging his bass guitar against Chad Smith's drum kit, according to police, who seemed to have a tough time making sense of the punk band's show.

"At the end of a set, the band members started jumping around on stage, pushing microphones to the stage floor, swinging instruments around, knocking over the drums and making a comment about the police that was not fully heard by this writer," wrote Daytona police Sgt. Robert Grim.

"One of the band members with a shaved-type head with a multicolored bush of hair centered on top of his head picked up a white female victim, placing her over his shoulders," Grim wrote.

Smith joined Flea, and pulled the woman's bathing suit bottom partially off and started slapping her buttocks, according to Beach Ranger Guy Grasso's report.

At that point, the woman fell to the sand, only to have Flea kneel atop her, start grabbing at her, and demand that she perform oral sex on him, Grasso's report said.

MTV security pulled Flea off and escorted him and Smith off property of the Texan Motel, MTV's base during spring break.



Kirvan said his officers talked to the woman Thursday and got arrest warrants Thursday night from Circuit Judge Robert Miller.

"Last night after their performance - if you want to call it that - we served the warrants and arrested them," Kirvan said. "If somebody assaults somebody, we're going to do something."

Flea, 26, was charged with battery, disorderly conduct and solicitation to commit an unnatural and lascivious act and released on $2,000 bail. Smith, 28, was charged with battery and released on $1,000 bail. All the charges are misdemeanors.

Neither Flea nor Smith could be reached for comment Friday.

The woman declined comment.



This band had charges in 3 states in 1996 for sex crimes against women employed to work at their concerts ( It was on MTV America News)==



T Dowling

UPI ARCHIVES
 
APRIL 3, 1990 
Singer Anthony Kiedis convicted of sexual battery, indecent exposure

Red Hot Chili Peppers lead singer Anthony Kiedis performs live on stage. File photo by C.L. Cornish/UPI | License Photo
FAIRFAX, Va. -- The lead singer of the rock group Red Hot Chili Peppers was convicted Tuesday of sexual battery and indecent exposure after a concert in suburban Washington, D.C.

Anthony Kiedis, 27, of Los Angeles, was accused of touching a woman's face with his penis after a concert at George Mason University in Fairfax County on April 21, 1989.

The woman, a student at GMU who served on the university's program board, said the incident occurred outside the band's dressing room after the concert.

Circuit Court jurors recommended that Kiedis be fined $1,000 on each charge. He could have received up to 60 days in jail.

Judge Michael McWeeny set sentencing for Friday. Under Virginia law, McWeeny can impose the jury's recommendation or reduce it, but he cannot increase it.

The Circuit Court trial was an appeal of a ruling by a lower court judge, who found Kiedis guilty of both charges and sentenced him to 60 days in jail.

Kiedis denied ever touching the woman but others said they saw the incident and a band member admitted he made an encouraging statement.

Fans of the rock band, whose music is described as 'white funk,' packed the courtroom during the two days of testimony.

The band's latest album, 'Mother's Milk,' includes the hit songs 'Knock Me Down,' and a remake of the Stevie Wonder tune 'Higher Ground.'

l'k;jlkbj



Vishal Kabdwal

Say goodbye to Oz and everything you own
California dreamin' is a Pettibon
LA's screaming you're my home
Vanity is blasted but it's rarely fair
I could smell the Prozac in your pretty hair
Got a lot of friends, but is anyone there

I don't know but it's been said
Your heart is stronger than your head
And this location is my home

Stick 'n move you're living in a quick world
Got a heavy laugh for such a tiny girl
Born into it that's for sure

Rivers get connected so much stronger than expected, well
Sick love comes to wash us away
Prisons of perspective
How your vision gets corrected and
Sick love is my modern cliché

People talk and tell you what you want to hear
Do you really need another souvenir
Super heroes tend to disappear
Fame is just a trick you see an empty glass
Leave you feeling thirsty and so very fast
Chase your tail my baby it'll be your last

I don't know but it's been said
Your heart is stronger than your head
And this location is my home

Rivers get connected so much stronger than expected, well
Sick love comes to wash us away
Prisons of perspective
How your vision gets corrected and
Sick love is my modern cliché

Rivers get connected so much stronger than expected, well
Sick love comes to wash us away
Prisons of perspective
How your vision gets corrected and
Sick love is my modern cliché

Openly defective is the lover you elected and
A portrait she was bound to portray



Fiamma Villegas

Say goodbye to Oz and everything you own
California dreamin' is a Pettibon
LA's screaming you're my home
Vanity is blasted but it's rarely fair
I could smell the Prozac in your pretty hair
Got a lot of friends, but is anyone there

I don't know but it's been said
Your heart is stronger than your head
And this location is my home

Stick n move you're living in a quick world
Got a heavy laugh for such a tiny girl
Born into it that's for sure

Rivers get connected, so much stronger than expected well
Sick love comes to wash us away
Prisons of perspective, how your vision gets corrected and
Sick love is my modern cliche

People talk and tell you what you want to hear
Do you really need another souvenir
Super heroes tend to disappear
Fame is just a trick you see an empty glass
Leave you feeling thirsty and so very fast
Chase your tail my baby it'll be your last

I don't know but it's been said
Your heart is stronger than your head
And this location is my home

Rivers get connected so much stronger than expected well
Sick love comes to wash us away
Prisons of perspective, how your vision gets corrected and
Sick love is my modern cliche

Rivers get connected so much stronger than expected well
Sick love comes to wash us away
Prisons of perspective, how your vision gets corrected and
Sick love is my modern cliche

Openly defective is the lover you elected and
A portrait she was bound to portray



Luca Camargo

El amor enfermizo en mi cliché moderno.
Un día te miras al espejo y pensás ¿quien soy? ¿que quiero ser? ¿porque haces lo que haces? Y de tanto pensar, te das cuenta que quizás eso no es lo que importa, sino que te movés, de acuerdo a lo que te dicta el corazón.
ves a todas las personas LOCAS por tener una vida de película, vivir en california y tener una vida fácil, y al final están "persiguiendo su propia cola"
Miras la televisión y en todos los canales escupen mierda y publicidad, te venden el mejor shampoo, el mejor dentífrico, un estereotipo de como deberías ser y lo que deberías usar. Ves como tus amigos y hablan de ello y de los productos que vieron en la TV te los recomiendan y entre ellos compiten por ser el mas lindo, el que mejor se viste o se cuida o al que mejor le va en la vida, o el que tiene la novia mas "Linda".
Y al final caminas por las por la calle solo, pensando, ¿porque todo es así? ¿porque a todos les importa lo mismo? ¿ o porque soy tan diferente solamente por no dejarme llevar por la televisión o los modelos de estereotipos que te venden? si yo soy feliz así y de nuevo te preguntas ¿debería ser parte de todo este circo?
Pero un día encontrás a una persona que se siente un extraterrestre como vos y te aferras, te enfermas. Porque a esa persona no le importa lo feo que te reís o hablas, si tenes el físico ideal o la sonrisa perfecta ni los defectos que tenes desde que naciste, los que vienen con vos.
Y ahí nace el amor enfermizo, donde te encerrás, desapareces, donde no importan los amigos, si el mundo se cae o lo que pase alrededor, solamente haces lo que te gusta y te hace sentir bien con vos mismo.
y ahí cuando estas des-actualizado y desconectado de todo es cuando te das cuenta que el "amor enfermizo vino para arrastrarnos", muchos dicen que el amor enfermizo es malo, pero al final es cuestión de perspectivas.
Ya no importa ser alguien, ya no importa lo que la gente hable de vos, tampoco viajar a los mejores lugares porque los monumentos del mundo son solo eso, monumentos, los superheroes desaparecen, las superestrellas no existen, son solo personas. ya te da igual tener la sonrisa perfecta, ni el mejor pelo del mundo.
Porque con esa persona sabes que te podes comer al mundo y ya no importa lo que los demás piensen porque la persona que elegiste amar te voló la cabeza y ahora solamente pensás con el corazón, y ahí, cuando tu cabeza exploto te olvidas del mundo y de las personas. Sos feliz de a dos, uno no funciona sin el otro porque así es el amor enfermizo, necesitas al otro para estar contento, feliz, o reírte de algo por que el mundo exterior te aburre.
y cuando ves a la persona que elegiste amar, tan descerebrada como vos, tan loca, tan "abiertamente defectuosa" es un retrato que ella estaba destinada a representar.



Hara R

0:13 - Elton John, as pianist for this song
0:19 - Taxi, maybe "By the way"
0:25 - Aeroplane
0:32 - Dosed
0:35 - My friends ("my friends are so depressed..")
0:51 - Purple stain (purple letters on holywood) ('Cause we all live in Hollywood...")
0:57 - Soul to squeeze (circus, clowns)
1:01 - Annie wants a baby (annie finally got her baby)
1:07 - Under the bridge
1:54 - Sir psycho sexy (" Deep inside, the garden of eden")
2:37 - Dani california (on wallpaper girl on horse)

These are mine suggestions for this "puzzle video", anyone more suggestions?



All comments from YouTube:

Hernan Galiano

Will miss you a Lot Josh!

Manuel Fernando Solarte

we will miss him.But, john is essencial in the band (in my opinion, obviously hehe i´m a JhonLieber, maybe thats the reason)

Denilson Guilherme

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Pablo Lázaro

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Raquel Bregøli

so much😔❤️, I love John too ❤️

Vito Architetto

Theresa L. Dowling Sorry you got PTSD from a few Chilis rubbing up on you in the closet. Yeah, seek therapy.

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Mr. FunnyMan

I'm glad Frusciante is back he's probably my favorite guitarist but this song is also one of my faves and im gonna miss josh... Also John better play the josh songs or I'll be muy disappointed

Alex Wells

@Dylan Milne Exactly, Dave Navarro was more of a stand in. When he joined, the band's whole sound drifted from what it was (although are a few OHM tracks that I like). Josh was with them for 10 freaking years, he's a Chili Pepper and always will be.

Jim Tim

I am a John fan (also love Josh now) but I'm almost 90 percent sure John won't play Josh's song..which is a shame. He is Josh's friend and refered Josh to RHCP but John is also Dave Navarro's friend..and he never played OHM. Because John thought playing OHM would be like seeing his girlfriend with another guy. If he plays Josh's work I'll be surprised and very happy!

Soham Bhattacharya

I'm a huge Frusciante fan but even I have to say that he can be a real diva a lot of times.

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