"You Know You're Right," recorded by Nirvana in late January of 1994 at Robert Lang Studios in Seattle, was the last complete song that Kurt Cobain would ever record.

The recording made itself known to the world in Spring of 2002, when Krist Novoselic and Dave Grohl took Courtney Love to court after Love's refusal to release it. As of October 1, 2002, the legal battle is over and the song will be on a Greatest Hits album that is to be released in November.

The song was leaked onto the internet in late September of 2002 and found its way onto the airwaves soon after. Prior to this, the only available version of it was from a bootleg of a Chicago show on October 23, 1993. At this date, the song was titled "On The Mountain" and had slightly different lyrics.

The lyrics are as follows:

[Lyrics deleted for copyright reasons. - Ed.]

Not a very happy song.