Korn: Coming Undone wit It Meaning
Song Released: 2006
Coming Undone wit It Lyrics
When my brain's tickin' like a bomb
Guess the black thoughts have come Again to get me
Sweet bitter words
Unlike nothing I have heard
Sing along mocking bird
You don't affect me
Deliverance of my heart
anonymous May 7th, 2006 5:15pm report
I think this song is about the inside of jonathen's mind is all twisted from being the lead singer and his childhood, and what not but anyway, hence the line 'keep holding on while my brain's tickin like a bomb, against the black thoughts have come, again to get me' and then he is tired of the posers of the world, hence the line 'sing along mocking bird, you don't effect me' then the lines 'i thought my demons were my friends, getting me in the end their out to get me' might be a possible betraiel of someone in his life, maybe a family or band member... It might also have some refrence to his horrible child life 'since I was young I've tasted sorrow on my tounge' then he wants the pain to stop 'trigger between my eyes, please strike, make it quick now' and then he has second thoughts about suicide, but it turns out to be a failure 'looks like I'm not getting better'... maybe a possible drug usege on 'head is lighter then a feather' or maybe he just overdosed....
the chorus, I think, is talking about his anger is taking control over him, and its makin him come undone....
that took like 10 miutes to type, but its just my opinon.... comment bout it, tell me what yall think!
anonymous Feb 11th, 2008 2:38pm report
I belive this song is about going insane "keep holding on, when my brains tinking like a bomb guess the black thoughts again to get me" ticking like a bomb could mean that even though he is surpressing all of these feelings he's is still going to explode sooner or later "what looks so strong so delicate" even though he puts up a strong front even the smallest discomfort can set him off "joke, joke again, I thought my demons were my friends getting me in the end, they're out to get me" this , I think, shows paranoia, pushing him to think that even his own friends are trying to be rid of him "wait I'm coming undone irate I'm coming undone too late I'm coming undone" he is say8ing it is already too late to save him or themselves from this happening, the weels are already set in motion and it is too late to stop "wait I'm starting to suffocate and soon I anticipate I'm coming undone" he is losing sll that he is, his friends, his family, and his sanity and he can see this happening but he can't stop it all in all this brings me to the same conclusion that the song is about going insane
anonymous Jul 8th, 7:57pm report
This song is about going psychotically and critically insane. Lead singer Jonathan Davis says the lyrics deal with "when you've reached your point and you're like, 'I can't take this anymore,' and you do something crazy."
- from songfacts
anonymous Jul 8th, 7:10am report
To the writer of this song, i only remember Brian Welch's name sorry. Im a guitarist. Here is what i have always heard, from when i was headbanging jumping on my bed from a young age.
I was reading others here on here, Amy Lee, you were not 15 in 1983 you were 2 maybe,and it is annoying when people like you use other peoples famous names in things like this, untruthful things said by others is already enough to deal with. So quit your bs. Had to say that cause I deal with my name being used too by people cause of fame and you people SUCK. So quit before someone holds your eye open until it waters and flicks it. The song is cool, one said its what ever you want it to mean, which agree with that, which does apply to art, which music is. I can see this being related to substances abuse issues, however "since I was young I tasted sorrow on my tongue" part, not everyone with rough childhood have substance abuse issues, nor do I think every substance abuser had bae childhood. Sweet sugar gun could mean anything sweet that could kill you basically right?... So I could see that meaning drugs and alcohol. And illuminati, come on man really...
anonymous Dec 19th, 2016 12:25am report
If you've been there before I think these lyrics are clear as day. To sum it up without quoting verses he's "coming down" or/and quitting meth.
anonymous Feb 13th, 2015 2:34am report
Hes quitting drinking and drugs... if you have gone through it or watched someone go through it, you would get it.
Choke choke again - taking incredible amounts of drugs/alcohol, and having them turn against you after too much
I thought my demons were my friends - drugs/alcohol
Getting me in the end - if I dont quit Im going to die
They're out to get me - they are everywhere, everyone wants me to do them.
Since I was young
I've tasted sorrow on my tongue - bad things happened
And this sweet sugar gun - drugs/alcohol
Does not protect me - destroys you
anonymous Mar 19th, 2013 3:34pm report
I honestly thought this was a sexual song until I read the lyrics. Lol my bad. XD
anonymous Dec 13th, 2012 12:20pm report
if you read through it quickly it sounds like it's a guy that gets the "release" before the orgasm. :/ i know it's whack, but that's what it sound like to me.
anonymous Nov 20th, 2012 11:25am report
The "Illuminati" is not the Illuminati this isn't an interpretation only truth they are Christians and atheists whom control all the real Illuminati are satanic followers of Christ or Lucifer that are rising to rebel against this great evil so the meek will finally have a home without being slaves ;Just trying to help the truth be heard fight or forever be slaves
anonymous May 21st, 2012 5:13am report
When I wrote Coming Undone, I had been writing songs for many years starting at the age of 15 in 1983. I started writing songs for Def Leppard (see Come Undone), INXS, Duran Duran (see Come Undone), Motley Crue and Kiss. "Bitter words" is something I used at times in other forms like when I wrote "Bitter Tears" for INXS and then "Bitter Sweet Symphony" The Verve. Being from Alabama I was inspired to use a reference To Kill a Mockingbird by Alabama Harper Lee. I am Amy Lee and the lead singer of the band I named Evanescence uses my name as her stage name.
anonymous May 4th, 2012 5:28am report
Anyone who has experienced in their life, understands quite well.
DELIVER IT TO MY HEART.
Not the entire song meaning, but sort of a theme for other metaphors, ideas, etc.
But oh yeah, he who has experienced it can listen to the song once, and know.
John Drake Cooper Nov 19th, 2011 11:37pm report
Put simply the song is the epitome of the struggle to maintain a grip on a reality that is unravelling before your eyes, no matter what you do.
"Head lighter than a feather" is maybe referring to the escapism that comes a moment before that grip is lost and the mind shuts down...
anonymous Aug 21st, 2011 8:06pm report
Not sure if it was meant to but it perfectly describes how it feels to slip into a bi-polar or schizophrenic episode,i always feel better when I listen to this song.it reminds me of how far I have come since my last episode. I think its about how your own mind can be your worst enemy n sometimes trusting your own thoughts/the voices in your head gets ya in trouble n no gun can protect ya from that unless u give in to the bad thoughts and end your life in order to find peace.
anonymous Jun 21st, 2011 6:02pm report
Its pretty simple really.. he's about to lose it.. breakdown and snap.. love the longwinded analysis tho..
coming un done is about when your life goes to hell and you feel confused like every thing is falling apart. when we found out that my stepdad raped my little sisters last year i coudn't think straight. all i knew was that i was going to kill him in the most brutal way possible. i know that feeling.
than u jonathan
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