Music video by Nirvana performing Heart Shaped Box. (C) 1993 Geffen Records.

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  • What the heck is the little girl in the ku klux clan outfit supposed to
    symbolize or represent?

  • OH MY FUCKING GOD! I LOVE THIS SONG! THIS SONG TOTALLY DOES NOT SOUND EMO
    AT ALL! THE LYRICS «i wish i could eat your cancer when you turn black» IS
    DEFINITELY NOT EMO AT ALL! I ALSO LOVE HOW THIS SONG IS NOT ABOUT
    COURTNEY’S NOT-SO-HIDEOUS VAGINA! THAT IS SOOOOOOOO MEANINGFUL! I LOVE HOW
    THAT SOLO IN 2:44 IS SO LONG AND COMPLEX, I COULD HEADBANG TO THIS SONG ALL
    DAY LONG!
    R.I.P. KURT, YOU SAVED MY LIFE (even though i was born in 1995)

  • We’ve started a music movement where we feature underground artists each
    week to help get their music noticed. All great revolutions start small, so
    join the movement and tell your friends! if you have music of your own that
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  • I would buy all their albums now that they are digital but the proceeds
    aren’t going to the band for obvious reasons. Also I dislike Courtney.

  • One of the best bands ever, how I miss the good old grunge days. Seems like
    music today is all this ‘Disney’ prefabricated (for a lack of a better
    word) noise, its not even music. BTW, all the dislikes (2700+) are the
    fucking ‘Disney’ corp execs and their teenaged faggot ass sheep (One
    Direction) followers, surely Cobain is rolling in his grave.. RIP kurt
    cobain — rip….

  • Guys I’ve searched all over and wiki says its about cancer but to me the
    video makes no sense. Also why are there poppies in almost every shot? Does
    this symbolize something? I have a feeling this song is about multiple
    things.

  • Can anyone explain the video,i cant really tell what its about.p.s-NIRVANA
    IS THE BEST

  • well i finally seen the video,and now I’m totally confused on the entire
    meaning of the song. Also the song has been ruined for me by weirdness!
    good job