According to the book “Come As You Are” by Michael Azerrad, the idea of the song came from Courtney Love when she presented Kurt with a heart shaped. However, Kurt has not confirmed it.

According to the book “Come As You Are” by Michael Azerrad, the idea of the song came from Courtney Love when she presented Kurt with a heart shaped. However, Kurt has not confirmed it.

Anonymous asked: Re: Noel Gallagher and SCYHO; he says it in the video commentary included in the "Time Flies" DVD.

Thanks for the feedback, I already edited the post :)

Anonymous asked: According to Noel Gallagher (who was told by the director of the "Stop Crying Your Heart Out" video), it wasn't gasoline she pours on herself, but rather holy water. Go figure.

Is that so? I’m going to search for the sources and correct any mistake as soon as possible, thanks very much for the info! 

Song Fact: In the uncensored version of the video clip for "Stop Crying Your Heart Out", a woman takes a full gas can and douses herself in gasoline, then holds a lit match in her hand. However, according to Noel Gallagher, it was meant to be holy water rather than gasoline.

Song Fact: The line “feeling two foot small” was originally written “feeling two foot tall”. Lennon sang it wrong, but liked it and left it that way.

Song Fact: The line “feeling two foot small” was originally written “feeling two foot tall”. Lennon sang it wrong, but liked it and left it that way.

The chorus for ”Another Brick In The Wall (part II)” came from a school in Islington, England. It was made up of 23 kids between the ages of 13 and 15. There was some controversy when it was revealed that the chorus was not paid. It also didn’t sit well with teachers that the kids were singing an anti-school song.

The chorus for ”Another Brick In The Wall (part II)” came from a school in Islington, England. It was made up of 23 kids between the ages of 13 and 15. There was some controversy when it was revealed that the chorus was not paid. It also didn’t sit well with teachers that the kids were singing an anti-school song.

David Gilmour joins Roger Waters during Comfortably Numb, at London’s O2, 2011

David Gilmour joins Roger Waters during Comfortably Numb, at London’s O2, 2011