A song believed to be the musical 'suicide note' of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain was downloaded by thousands of fans via the internet on Tuesday (Sept. 24), before lawyers intervened to stop it being heard.
The 27-year-old's lyrics of "You Know You're Right" appear to be directed at Hole frontwoman and Cobain's widow Courtney Love, and are the last words he penned before he fatally shot himself in the head in 1994.
Cobain sings, "I will never bother you, I will never promise to, I will never follow you, Never speak a word again, I will crawl away for good. Things have never been so swell, I have never failed to feel pain, pain, pain...Nothing really bothers her, She just wants to love herself."
The song follows the Rio Demo Sessions, which were also leaked a month ago.