Veruca Salt: Seether Meaning
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Song Released: 1994
Covered By: Seether (2013)
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Seether is neither black nor white.
I try to keep her on a short leash.
I try to calm her down.
I try to ram her into the ground, yeah.
Can't fight the seether [x3]
I can't see her till I'm foaming at the...
anonymous Dec 8th, 12:33am report
The grass is orange and the sun didn't shine this morning...
anonymous Apr 5th, 2019 4:27am report
HERE IS MY ANALYSIS:
Seether is the instinct (rage, violence, craving/lust, sexuality) of our inner beast
definition of seether: boiling pot
video beginning: cat attacks another (dominance, violence in the animal kingdom)
I try to calm her down: repressed anger or violence
cant't fight it: it comes out once in a while
can't see her: inside and hidden until it comes out
till I'm foaming at the mouth: when anger takes over (looking in the mirror)
Urban Dictionary: foaming at the mouth
1.drooling 2.spit bubbles that appear foam-like, as in one has rabies 3.craving.
the center of it all: animal beast inside humans
lovely daughter, not born like other girls: female behaviour considered marginal
snarl tooth seether: sign of aggression and dominance in canines
video ending: broken doll (damage) + calmly eating ice cream after release of excess energy (sex)
Conclusion: girls need to blow off steam once in a while, to release instinctual behaviors of aggression, sex, of other animal instincts... (motherhood)
anonymous Mar 7th, 2019 3:15pm report
It’s about a woman’s vagina. Neither black or white, loose or tight.
anonymous Jul 26th, 2018 7:14am report
As with all great songs, interpretation is up to the listener, and everyone can vicariously interpret it how ever it makes sense to them. This song is more than likely about a woman's alter ego and whoever wrote the lyrics is a genius. The first two lines tell us about the alter ego, since the third line talks about keeping her on a short leash, its about a dog (not a cat) the inner female dog, or the alter ego that needs to be calmed down. Also, a dog foams at the mouth (not a cat) but she can't see the alter ego coming out until she has been 'foaming at the mouth.' Lines in the second verse follow the same pattern, the first two talk about the alter ego, the second two talk about trying to control the alter ego. The alter ego isn't 'loose nor tight, black nor white, big nor small, but she is at the center of it all.' So the alter ego is a woman's defense mechanism, like a dog that is a fear biter, and the woman doesn't even recognize the alter ego until she goes crazy and wrecks havoc. Under normal circumstances the woman's ego is like a cat (video) but when her anxiety level goes up, the 'seether' or the alter ego comes out to defend the ego. Once this happens, its too late, the damage is done, which is why the woman is trying to maintain control of the snarl tooth 'seether' so she stops lashing out at people.
anonymous Jul 22nd, 2018 7:32am report
I think it is talking about PMS. That evil monster that takes over our brain about once a month.
anonymous Jul 3rd, 2018 7:46pm report
This is a cover if a veruca salt song but I think the meaning refers to someone's anger management issues and inability to control anger until they are literally or metaphorically foaming at the mouth. This anger is indescribable yet difficult to control or contain, or "fight."
anonymous Apr 9th, 2017 4:02pm report
It's about the cat in the video. they keep pannning to the cat when she's describing what seether is and isn't....
Seether is a slang term for the lesbian equivalent of a "skirt chasing" male. I seem to remember hearing that the song was actually about the "confused" dog belonging to one of the band members,but lyrically it does not lend much to that. By the way, Veruca Salt was the little loudmouth brat in Willy Wonka.
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