Freak on a Leash but it’s a complete shit show | Korn

Jonathan Davis has lost his damn mind……

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Original Lyrics:

[Verse 1: Jonathan Davis]
Something takes a part of me
Something lost and never seen
Every time I start to believe
Something’s raped and taken from me, from me
Life’s gotta always be messing with me
Can’t they chill and let me be free?
Can’t I take away all this pain?
I try to every night, all in vain, in vain
Sometimes I cannot take this place
Sometimes it’s my life I can’t taste
Sometimes I cannot feel my face
You’ll never see me fall from grace

[Chorus: Jonathan Davis]
Something takes a part of me
You and I were meant to be
A cheap fuck for me to lay
Something takes a part of me

[Verse 2: Jonathan Davis]
Feeling like a freak on a leash
Feeling like I have no release
How many times have I felt diseased?
Nothing in my life is free, is free
Sometimes I cannot take this place
Sometimes it’s my life I can’t taste
Sometimes I cannot feel my face
You’ll never see me fall from grace

[Chorus: Jonathan Davis]
Something takes a part of me
You and I were meant to be
A cheap fuck for me to lay
Something takes a part of me…

[Bridge: Jonathan Davis]
Boom na da noom na nanema!
Da boom na da noom na namena!
Da boom na ba noom na namena!
Da boom na da noom na namena!
Da boom na ba noom na namena!
Da boom na da noom na namena!
Da boom na ba noom na namena!
Da boom na da noom na namena!
Da boom na ba noom na namena!
Da boom na da noom na namena!
Da boom na ba noom na namena!
Da boom na da noom na namena!
Go!
So fight!
Something on the dum na ema!
Fight, somethings they fight!
So!
Something on the dum na ema!
Fight, somethings they fight
Fight!
Something on the dum na ema!
No, somethings they fight!
Fight!
Something on the dum na ema!
Buy, somethings they fight!

[Chorus: Jonathan Davis]
Something takes a part of me
You and I were meant to be
A cheap fuck for me to lay
Something takes a part of me

[Outro: Jonathan Davis]
Part of me!
Part of me!
Part of me!

“Freak on a Leash” is a song by the American nu metal band Korn, featured on the group’s 1998 studio album, Follow the Leader. Prior to the album’s release, Korn had an instrumental section of the song, described as a “noisy guitar break.”[5] The section was taken out of the song after their fans requested it be taken out. After Follow the Leader’s release, the song was released as a single on May 25, 1999, and since then, it has been re-released over ten times. The song uses dissonance, distortion, various guitar effects, and a heavy, aggressive style.[6]

The “Freak on a Leash” music video was released on February 5, 1999. Directed by Todd McFarlane in Los Angeles, California, the video explores both animations and live performances mixed together. As a result, the band released a music video that won three awards, and was retired from Total Request Live. The single peaked at number six on the Alternative Songs chart, 10 on the Mainstream Rock Songs chart, and 24 on the UK Singles Chart. Following the release of Follow the Leader, Korn promoted the studio album by headlining the Family Values Tour in 1998. The tour ran from September 22 until October 31. “Freak on a Leash” was the first song played on their first tour date. The original composition had a “noisy guitar break in the middle,” but, after the group found out that radio stations are not fond of “noisy guitar breaks,” they asked their fans if they should take out the break. Roughly four out of five of the fans were in favor of taking the break out. The band described the break as “the Biohazard part.”[5]

“Freak on a Leash” was recorded in May 1998 at NRG Recording Studios in North Hollywood, California.[7] It was released as their second single, on May 25, 1999, and is considered to be one of their most successful singles.[8] Since its first release in the United Kingdom, it has been released over ten times. It was released in the United Kingdom three times,[9][10][11] twice in Mexico and Australia,[12][13] once in Germany,[14] once in France,[15] once in the United States,[16] and once in Switzerland.[17] Guitarist Brian “Head” Welch said that the song “was about Jonathan Davis being a freak on a leash—sort of a kinky dominatrix thing.”[18] Leah Furman said that the song “revolved around the mixed blessings of fame.

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