In a recent interview with SiriusXM radio, Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx has revealed the one thing that’s important for him when he was writing new lyrics for new songs.

He said:

“One thing that’s important to me, and our fans know it, but people that don’t know Motley Crue [may not], is we’re very transparent in our lyrics and, of course, in our lifestyle, and there’s the climb to success and, of course, the demise.

And we talked about that in the movie [‘The Dirt’]. But even songs like ‘Live Wire’. People were, like, ‘What is that song about? It’s so brutal.’ And I’ve kind of kept my tongue pretty quiet about it. I’ve talked to a few people about it.

Watching the movie and the relationship with my mother and these stepdads that used to beat me, the song is actually about domestic violence. And in the movie, you’ll see how I had to get out of domestic violence, and I took extreme measures.

And there’s songs – like on the first record, ‘On With the Show’, it was me actually killing myself – my former self [by renouncing my given birth name, Frank Feranna Jr.] – ’cause I didn’t wanna live in the shadow of my dad, who’d abandoned me.’

So the band’s always been willing to say things that isn’t said by other bands. That was important to us, and that’s how we’ve conducted this movie as well.”

5 days ago, Nikki Sixx has shared some new informations about his personal life in a recent Q&A session on Twitter. There’s a myth that Nikki got into fights at school because of bullies call him “Alice Bowie”. A fan asked:

“Is it true you were called Alice Bowie in school? Did it bothered you?”

Nikki responded:

Yes. Seattles Roosevelt High school in the 70’s. The other kids didn’t understand our small group of colorful characters. Too be honest that’s a huge compliment.

Listen to the entire interview below. Click here for the source. (Blabbermouth)