Jellybelly (track) by The Smashing Pumpkins
From the album Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness (track #3)
Jellybelly appears on the following album(s) by The Smashing Pumpkins:
- Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness (track #3) (this album) (1995)
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It's a savage, out of border song
I love how the aggressiveness of this track contrasts "Tonight, Tonight".
Situated between two radio releases, this song holds its own between the epic and the fiery self-deprecation. It's a little overreaching with its lyrical emptiness stating "living makes me sick", but the rocking riff work and vocal delivery makes up for the little lyrical inadequacy here. I like this wordplay: "give in to your forevers / and live for always".
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