“You’re All I Need” is a Mötley Crüe song written by Nikki Sixx and Tommy Lee, released on the album Girls, Girls, Girls.
The song was praised by Jon Bon Jovi as “the best ballad Mötley Crüe have ever written”. When informed of this Nikki Sixx laughed because of the gruesome meaning behind the song.
The song is about a girlfriend that Nikki Sixx had who he believed cheated on him with Jack Wagner, an actor on General Hospital, who had a song out called “All I Need”. Nikki switched the purpose of it and wrote his version and gave it to his girlfriend. Sixx wrote the song with no intention of recording it, but the rest of the band praised the song and it was recorded for the Girls, Girls, Girls album. In Nikki’s book The Heroin Diaries, there is a journal entry from the time when the song was written, and he explains that Tommy Lee was playing the song on the piano, and Nikki wrote the lyrics for the piano part.
Even though the video was not particularly violent (except for the lyrics), the video was banned from MTV, due to the realistic gruesome scenes depicting domestic abuse, murder, and subsequent arrest.
Buy the song here.
Posted in Books Music Movies & Entertainment, Retro
Tagged girls, glam rock, hard rock, Jon Bon Jovi, Motley Crue, motley crue music, music videos, NikkiSixx, The Heroin Diaries, The Heroin Diaries: A Year in the Life of a Shattered Rock Star, Tommy Lee, you're all I need
Thank God! When I saw the Tweets yesterday proclaiming my childhood rock star idol had died, I nearly wept. I wondered who would play his benefit concert. I dusted off my “Slippery When Wet” cassette tape. I moved “Moonlight and Valentino” to the top of my Netflix queue. I prayed. Then in a flash, I learned it was all a hoax. The world was right again.
Jon Bon Jovi responds to the exaggerated reports of his death with this pic.
Taylor Garrett is a cast member of the gay reality TV show “A-List Dallas”
If you are gay, GLAAD and the left will defend you. Not if you are a Republican though. Read this story about how reality TV show star Taylor Garrett gets a beat down and vandalized because he’s a gay conservative associated with commentator Ann Coulter.
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The Government Accountability Office (GAO) identified several celebrities receiving farm subsidies whose professions had nothing to do with farming or agriculture. Did you know Jon Bon Jovi paid property taxes of only $100 last year on his extensive real estate holdings in New Jersey that he uses to raise bees? He’s not alone. Bruce Springsteen, Ted Turner, Quincy Jones and others are collecting too. Is it right? I don’t know, but it does make me cringe a bit. I won’t fault people (even celebrities) for taking advantage of loopholes that are in place. If we as a society think it’s wrong, then we need to change the laws I guess. See story.
Rapper Jay-Z loves the Occupy Wall Street movement and is making some good money off a new line of Rocawear branded OWS T-shirts (see story). At this time, he has not made an official commitment to monetarily support the movement. I think it’s great that he is demonstrating entreprenurial skills. Good for him.
Anyone else tired of seeing Leo take on these “older” roles? He has such a baby face, I can’t usually take him seriously when he plays really mature roles. I don’t know if I’ll see the new Hoover movie because of this. Plus, I don’t think I can look past that terrible make-up job. I do like Eastwood though. Hmmm, what to do?
Posted in Politics & Religion
Tagged Ann Coulter, Bruce Springsteen, Gay Rights, Government Accountability Office, J-Edgar Hoover movie, Jay Z, Jon Bon Jovi, Leonardo DiCaprio, OWS, Politics & Religion, Quincy Jones, republicans, Rocawear, Taylor Garrett, Ted Turner