Never-Before-Seen Photos of the Late Scott Weiland It had been five years since Weiland's once-wildly-popular grunge band Stone Temple Pilots reunited to release a 2010 self-titled LP, which hit No.
The problem is that the first verse and chorus are the parts most people remember about a song and the parts most producers use. In many examples (especially the commercials), the lyrics that cause the dissonance will be excised, leaving only the beat/melody and the more famous individual lines.
Once they've got you humming the melody, the song has done its work in associating itself with their product and/or service.
"At one point, it was so bad I had to move out because he was unstable." They found one medication that worked, but Weiland gained 40 pounds, so he stopped taking it.
Eventually they found a medication that leveled him out.
The rest of the lyrics don't matter (until you head off to the kitchen).