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Nirvana: Endless, Nameless Meaning

Song Released: 1991

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Here I am
Here I am
Bright and clear
It's what I am
I have
With violence
Right here
Go to hell
Here I am
Right here
No mas
Is what I am
Go to hell
Go to jail
In back of...


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    May 15th, 5:56pm report

    Endless nameless is on the American album I have it and I loved the song so I looked at my album and saw it wasn't there so I asked a friend and he said if you fast forward through something in the way and you stop at 13:49 seconds the starting of the show no will start playing


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    Oct 23rd, 2003 10:10pm report

    This song was born when Nirvana was having trouble getting “Lithium” done, out of frustration they just started playing, and “Endless, Nameless” emerged. Kurt wanted to hide the track at the end of the “Nevermind” because he liked the way "Her Majesty" was hidden on the Beatles' album “Abbey Road,” but due to a technical error the initial CD pressing did not contain the song. After the mistake was realized, the song was added to the album and can be found after ten minutes of silence following "Something In The Way." After a period of time DGC stopped including the song on American pressings of the CD, however it is believed to still be in print on UK versions.

    Rather than routing though you local music store’s “used bin” and hoping you can find one (There is no way to tell if “Endless, Nameless” is on the CD by the artwork.), or tracking down a reliable retailer that will import the UK version, you can find the song on the “Come As You Are” single.

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