The BYIT section mentions that the music sounds "cleaner" than AATCHB. If you listen to the stereo track (rather than the surround tracks), the music sounds pretty much the same as AATCHB. --Wizfan, the man who erased the capital H 09:40, 1 December 2007 (PST)
Can somebody fix this glitch at the end of the lyrics? I edited this part of the article:
It should be noted that the following line was changed on the recording: Hey God, I believed your promises, your promises and lies
But, for some reason, the lyric doesn't appear like this:
Hey God, I believed your promises, your promises and lies
Last two lines of the lyrics
Do the last two lines of the lyrics really appear on the studio version? ("Hey God, I really don't know who I am in this world of piss.") I listened to its flac-lossless-files several times with earphones and didn't notice anything like that. I'm just wondering because normally words like "piss" are pretty well audible because of the hard "p" and the "s".
The song is about having a belief in God while wondering about all the suffering (mostly personal/internal suffering) that one goes through in life, about wanting to believe and wanting to be hopeful but being constantly proved wrong by events in one's life. Its "everyman" subject matter and distinct melody make it one of Nine Inch Nails' better known songs and a staple of the live concerts. - GrayscaleRain 01:48, 17 February 2007