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rdfs:label
  • Vasoline
rdfs:comment
  • Vasoline is a song by Stone Temple Pilots When flies get stuck in Vaseline, it's not pretty. They're not killed instantly, but struggle until finally meeting their doom. STP lead singer Scott Weiland, who wrote the lyrics, elaborated on the metaphor in an appearance on VH1's Storytellers, saying the song is about "feeling like an insect under a magnifying glass." The title is spelled differently than the brand of petroleum jelly, which is spelled Vaseline.
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diff2 drums
  • no
diff2 guitar
  • no
diff bass
  • 4
diff2 vocals
  • no
diff2 harmonies
  • no
diff bass pro
  • no
diff harmonies
  • 2
diff2 keys
  • no
diff2 bass pro
  • no
diff guitar pro
  • no
diff2 keys pro
  • no
diff keys
  • no
diff2 guitar pro
  • no
diff vocals
  • 2
diff guitar
  • 5
diff2 band
  • no
force RBB
  • yes
diff drums
  • 4
harmonies nr
  • 3
diff2 drums pro
  • no
force RB
  • yes
diff band
  • red
diff drums pro
  • 4
diff keys pro
  • no
diff2 bass
  • no
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dbkwik:rockband/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
Album
  • Purple
Genre
  • Alternative
Language
  • English
Title
  • Vasoline
Cover
  • Purple.png
bre
  • yes
Released
  • 1994
Gender
  • Male
Artist
  • Stone Temple Pilots
Source
  • RB
Rating
  • SR
solo guitar
  • yes
abstract
  • Vasoline is a song by Stone Temple Pilots When flies get stuck in Vaseline, it's not pretty. They're not killed instantly, but struggle until finally meeting their doom. STP lead singer Scott Weiland, who wrote the lyrics, elaborated on the metaphor in an appearance on VH1's Storytellers, saying the song is about "feeling like an insect under a magnifying glass." The title is spelled differently than the brand of petroleum jelly, which is spelled Vaseline.