I had no idea where the song came from, and just as cell phones were an idea whose time was yet to come, so was the world wide web. I did the best I could over the coming months to scour for information about this mystery song "Verse Chorus Verse." While still living there, I learned this song was an unlisted track on a charity album called No Alternative. I have listened to that song exhaustively in the years since. My other Nirvana memory from my time in Seattle was standing in line at midnight to buy Unplugged in New York the day it was released. I'd lived in Seattle before Nirvana's revolution and was there the night Kurt's unofficial musical eulogy was released.
Years later, long after I flamed out and went broke living on my own in Seattle, it was learned that "Verse Chorus Verse" was actually a song called "Sappy." It wasn't until just a couple years ago when the box set With The Lights Out was released that I actually heard the song called "Verse Chorus Verse." I like both songs, but "Sappy" is the one that has a history with me.