Metallica: Breadfan Meaning
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Open up your mind
Open up your purse
Never, never, never gonna lose it
Take it all away
Never give an inch
Gotta make a mint
Gotta make a million
You got it wrong
1TOP RATED#1 top rated interpretation:anonymous Nov 3rd 2018 report
A person who likes well made bread. Not the crap at supermarket with all the preservatives.
anonymous Mar 10th 2020 report
All I know is it seems like it is a HUGE compliment to any band that Metallica (the band that epitomizes Heavy Metal AND has the wherewithal to remain relevant with the changing times) plays a “cover” of: Lynyrd Skynyrd, Budgie, Blue Oyster Cult, Thin Lizzy, Bob Segar (and most of the songs are not the bands respective “hits” and somewhat obscure, except to true rockers). It is a challenge to the later generations that those bands should probably be investigated by them: the fledging rock-n-rollers--they might learn something about where the roots of Metal or even, simply rock-n-roll come from? Then again, one could go back to the original Blues guitarist that R&R is based on: Johnny Lee Hooker.
anonymous Dec 16th 2018 report
This is about people in the music industry that use the talent simply for profit, rather than the artists creative contribution to music,hence: breadfan, a fan of the money your music may generate, as opposed to a music fan, that is a fan of music itself.
anonymous Apr 8th 2018 report
It’s the pursuit of material shit. Just like the people in most high paying industries like the music business
anonymous Apr 18th 2011 report
A Budgie song about trying to make it in the music biz and their money being wasted, Breadfan is a meaning for a money shredder. Like the saying, flushing money down the toilet.
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