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First born unicorn refers to the beast-most notably the flood of filth issuing from california.Ironically the lyric plays like a hypnotic sbrill song about a materialistic world,good people can be changed or corrupted for the trappings of fame/cobain reference is to give us a picture of talent that could nt cope with such hollywood style celeb and became isolated tragicly like anyone could ..a tidal wave could clear one place but californication is everywhere......us all maybe.........space maybe the final frontier but made in a basement.....This cleft chin could be compared to a war trench, hence the "is that war you're waging? It seems like this is criticizing (making fun of) people going too far with surgery and ending up with enormous cleft chins that don't even look natural anymore, but more like a huge chasm on their jaw line!!Oh well I might be wrong, but that's my take on this line =)I wonder how many people in Cali listened to this song, looked at themselves and said, "Wow.; space may be the final frontier - Star Trek; Alderon - Star Wars. (cont.)...mantra that encourages glorification of the matter realm above the spiritual. Awaken The ideas and lyrics put forth by the members of the band appear to me to be products of a carnal mind that has allowed itself to become a tool for discarnate energies.This is to me a negative downward spiral engineeered by a far greater "intelligence" than any one man but a collective ego we all contribute towards unwittingly. It's frightening to imagine that one can be influenced and controlled by such to influence mass consciousness but an unfortunate reality when one dabbles in "blood, sugar and sex magick".The only sentence i don't yet understand fully is ''first born unicorn'' Could use some help on that one.
In the 16th and 17th century all celestrial bodies were imagined to be moving on glass spheres.
The rotation of such spheres made the music of the spheres. "unicorn" is a word used in the swinging community for single women who swing.
The obvious point is that the peppers consider "Station to station" to be one of the most important works in popular music....which of course it is. The Dorothy Stratten suggestion makes a lot of sense, but the reference to unicorn may also be dealing with this piece of the lifestyle community. I just want to add my little "something" to the discussion!
The "celebrity skin" line is obviously about Courtney.
Of course, the line that says "Cobain." Then there is an entire verse "Destruction leads to a very rough road But it also breeds creation And earthquakes are to a girl's guitar They're just another good vibration And tidal waves couldn't save the world From Californication." I think this whole verse is about Kurt and Courtney; how the destructive lifestyle they led was the very thing that made him great and that nothing could save him from himself.omg, i think i figured it out.