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Give it away!
Кстати, в википедии узнал, что в этой песни до фига всего наворочено: секс и наркотики - куда же без них, импровизация, антиконсьюмеризм Кидиза, Боб Марли и Нина Хаген. Кому интересно узнать больше, то
The song was born in the usual Chili Peppers style: through an improvised jam session. Flea, the band's bassist, was trying out some bass lines when he struck upon what is nowadays regarded as one of the most distinctive bass riffs in all of their work. Their drummer, Chad Smith, joined in. The lead singer Anthony Kiedis was so taken by Flea's bass part, he took to the microphone and belted out "Give it away, give it away now" over and over.The interpretations of the lyrics have been widely different. The line "What I've got you've got to get it put it in you" is believed by some to be a reference to taking drugs, while lines such as "Come and drink it up from my fertility" could be construed as sexual metaphors. A more literal minded interpretation is that the bulk of the song is a riff on donating blood, suggesting it is not only a loving, selfless act, but can be enervating or even sexual. This theory fits neatly with numerous lyrics including "What I've got you've got to give it to your daughter/ Got to do a little dance and then you drink a little water", "What I've got you've got to get it put it in you/Reeling with the feeling don't stop continue", "Young blood is the lovin' upriser/ How come everybody wanna keep it like the kaiser", etc. Proponents of this theory are also quick to point out that the next track on the album is "Blood Sugar Sex Magik". The verse "There's a River born to be a giver/keep you warm won't let you shiver/his heart is never gonna wither/come on everybody time to deliver" is a reference to the actor River Phoenix, who was friends with members of the band; Flea was with River on the night he died.
The lines "Greedy little people in a sea of distress, keep your more to receive your less, unimpressed by material excess" are about Kiedis' views of materialism and consumerism. The line "keep your more to receive your less" is a reference to reggae legend Bob Marley and his song "Misty Morning" from which Kiedis borrowed the line. Marley is also mentioned later in the song by the lines "Bob Marley, poet and a prophet...". And the well known line "Give It Away" was a reference to Kiedis' relationship with Nina Hagen, who Kiedis has said freely gave away anything in her possession. Frusciante says that the intro riff was inspired by Black Sabbath's "Sweet Leaf". A careful listen will reveal the intro riff to that song in the background near the end of "Give It Away". It is also sometimes played live by the band while jamming the song. Considering that the song "Sweet Leaf" is a notorious ode to marijuana, it is understandable why some interpret "Give It Away" as being about taking drugs.
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