Come As You Are

"Come As You Are" by Nirvana is a popular grunge song originally performed in the key of E minor. Released in 1991 as the second single from their album "Nevermind", the song was written by frontman Kurt Cobain. Known for its iconic opening guitar riff, the track became one of Nirvana's biggest hits. Interestingly, the main riff of "Come As You Are" bears a striking resemblance to the Killing Joke song "Eighties". The melody of the song is characterized by a hypnotic and haunting quality, with Cobain's signature raw and emotive vocals beautifully complementing the melancholic lyrics.