Steppenwolf: Renegade Meaning
No tags, suggest one.
It changed so many times
I'm not sure where it belongs
But they tell me the Baltic coast is full of amber
And the land was green
Before the tank came
One day I learned just how it used to be
anonymous Sep 10th report
It's about eating an orange for the first time and being extremely underwhelmed.
But then the orange kicks back with intermittent constipation until the artist places his faith in Jesus again.
anonymous Sep 8th report
John Kay was born as Joachim Fritz Krauledat in 1944 in the then easternmost part of Germany, East Prussia, in the town of Tilsit on the river Memel or Niemen. Soon the Red Army came, and the Soviets named it Sovetsk, it is now part of the Russia exclave between Poland and Lithuania. The Krauledats had to flee to Central Germany, which was occupied by the Russians, too. Before the iron curtain got too tight, they managed to escape with little boy Joachim remembering the dangerous run across the border area. In West Germany, in the British sector, his family told him about the lost home he never knew, and he listened to armed forces radio. In the late 1950s they emigrated to Canada, where a teacher simply called him "John K." He started to make music in a Canadian band, and after some more of "go west young man", Kay wound up in California as singer of the band Steppenwolf, named after the book of German nobel laureate author Hermann Hesse.
More Steppenwolf song meanings »
Submit Your Interpretation
|The Carpet Crawlers||anonymous|
|All Girls Are The Same||anonymous|
|Die From A Broken Heart||anonymous|
|Don't Fear the Reaper||severusryse|
|Took Her To The O||anonymous|
|Working For The Knife||anonymous|
|Am I Wrong||anonymous|