Composition and Lyrics
During Hole's performance on MTV Unplugged on Valentine's Day 1995, Love introduced the song as " about the girl that always smelled like pee in your class" and also claimed it was autobiographical and not about former MTV producer, Tabatha Soren. The recurrent theme of self-image is conveyed again (like in "Miss World"), however there are also references that allude Love's husband, Kurt Cobain, most obvious is the constant use of the term "milk."
Despite being credited on record as a collective authorship by all members of Hole, according to Broadcast Music Incorporated's website, the authors of the song are only Eric Erlandson and Courtney Love.
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