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    anonymous
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    Apr 4th, 2012 4:56am report


    This may have been inspired by Axl W Rose's relationship with his mother but this is generally an anthem for all the people who had enough of the 'bitch' and that 'bitch' can be anyone. Considering the entire context of the song disregarding Axl's personal life, this song would best fit a guy whose fed up with a girl and has had enough.



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    anonymous
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    Feb 22nd, 2012 2:35am report


    its written for all the bitches in the world that need to back the fuck off...



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    anonymous
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    Aug 5th, 2011 8:45am report


    Yeah its defo about his bad/lack of relationship with his mother, who during his childhood repeatedly chose her partner/his step-father over him. This included her witnessing beatings of axl, where she only intervened when it got severe.

    Anyone know otherwise don't hesitate to contact me at steve.muir20@yahoo.com

    Thanks

    Slash fuckin' rules



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    anonymous
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    Jun 21st, 2011 6:52pm report


    It's about axl rose's mother and his relationship to her. Many people think it's about stephanie seymour or erin everly, 'tis unreal they hadn't even met when the song was written




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