Foo Fighters: Razor Meaning
Need to find a better place to hide
Make up, your mind
I need to know
I need to know tonight
Sweet and divine
Razor of mine
Sweet and divine
Razor blade shine
Patience, my dear
We could spend a life time waiting...
anonymous Sep 4th, 2014 9:23pm report
This is just an opinion but this song may be about when he cut his hair after Nirvana.
anonymous Jan 20th, 2014 1:28pm report
I thing it's about self harm... Don't forget he's had encounters with suicide before... And if he wrote a song about shaving and made it sound that much like it was about self harm it would be too much like a joke. I don't think he's heartless enough to joke about self harm or suicide.
anonymous Dec 3rd, 2012 12:56pm report
I hate to be dark but I think it's about cutting yourself.
anonymous May 1st, 2011 5:18pm report
the first time I heard the song, "Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind" the movie, was the first thing that came up to my mind.
anonymous Apr 13th, 2011 4:42pm report
I think its a great song it can mean what ever you want it to mean. The worst meaning I've heard is its about a guy shaving but i got something deeper then that from hearing it. I felt like he was trying to make a choice between escaping his life with a loved one or ending his life and the razor blade(sweet and divine) being the one who makes that choice for him. The flow of the lyrics and acoustic guitar together just gave me a dark and beautiful picture of needing to escape,fear,choice,death.....or maybe its about a guy shaving.....
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