At the age of 24, Korn’s entire dream, according to Jonathan Davis, was sex

Jonathan Davis disclosed the one Korn song about what he dreamed about all the time when he was 24: sex. In a new interview, the singer talked about the first time they recorded the song the band wrote about sexual intercourse, ‘All Day I Dream About Sex,’ which you might also know as ‘A.D.I.D.A.S.’ The rocker recalled the song’s birth during the interview with Adidas and shared details about its early release: “It was just a stupid song.” It’s as if it never happened. I believe I started with the riff as we were doing it… It was the second record, and we composed the song, which I recall having the title ‘All Day I Dream About Sex.'”

Though Davis now refers to the meaning as “immature,” it was supposedly the “whole dream and everything” for a 24-year-old musician back then: “It could be one of a million things.” They would say’sports,’ although there are many other kinds. It’s really young and immature. It is symbolic of where we were at the time. You’re twenty-four years old. When you’re in a rock band, that’s all you can think about. “It could be one of a million things.” They would say’sports,’ although there are many other kinds. It’s really young and immature. It is symbolic of where we were at the time. You’re twenty-four years old. When you’re in a rock band, that’s all you can think about. That’s the entire dream and everything. But, at the moment, that song meant everything to me.”

A Surprising Addition to A.D.I.D.A.S.
The song’s intriguing aspect does not end with the meaning behind it. During the song’s breakdown, one of the sound effects was made unexpectedly. Davis elaborated: “What’s messed up about it is that when I performed it, my firstborn son Nathan was between my legs when I sang that song.” In fact, you can hear him cooing in the backdrop of the collapse. He was present in the room.” The long-awaited collaboration between Korn and Adidas Despite the abbreviation’s meaning, the two parties have collaborated more than 25 years after the song’s release. It appeared to be a dream come true for the band members.

In an earlier interview, Brian ‘Head’ Welch revealed that the band wore Adidas clothing on a regular basis and wanted to form a collaboration with the brand in 1997, but were turned down. Following the refusal, the band decided to collaborate with Puma instead. The partnership prompted some Adidas employees to reclaim the idea, which Adidas welcomed this time. Watch the recent Adidas interview below for more information.

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