Come as you are


"Come as you are" by Nirvana is a song in the key of E minor. Released in 1992 as the second single from their album "Nevermind," it was written by Kurt Cobain, the band's lead vocalist and guitarist. The song explores themes of authenticity and self-acceptance. A curiosity about this track is that its main guitar riff bears a resemblance to a similar riff in the song "Eighties" by Killing Joke, though Cobain claimed it was unintentional. The melody of "Come as you are" is characterized by a catchy and haunting guitar line, accompanied by Cobain's distinct vocal delivery.