She's Not my Girlfriend
her heart is in my hand
it shivers like a toad
she tries to understand
the tiny lump thats down
inside her throat it goes
suck, suck
her face is inside out
an open book report
i read what she's about and she's
filled with words that hurt it goes
suck, suck
her head is in my lap
it twists and coffs and sings
her hair is in my grasp
it hangs and swings like
swollen strings she just
suck, suck
sometimes i want her in
sometimes i want her out
my perception of sin
is filled with pain and fear and doubt
she is not my girlfriend
i'm not who you think i am
her clothes are on the ground
a crumpled rainbow mass
she's scattered all around
and she's scattered now
like broken glass it goes
suck, suck
sometimes i want her in
sometimes i want her out
my perception of sin
is filled with pain and fear and doubt
she is not my girlfriend
i'm not who you think i am


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    General CommentA lot of Manson's lyrics have got deeper meanings...but this is an earlier song back from the spooky kids era. In my opinion, they were pretty basic back in the day. The meaning seems pretty obvious to me. He's not going out with the girl and he's using her. She's very vulnerable and naive. I think it's about feeling guilty over something that you know isn't right but feels good. Very hedonistic.
    doombunnehon August 31, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI feel like this song pretty much lays everything in front of you. No hidden meanings, no metaphors, just a basic theme of getting it on with a girl whom he isn't in a relationship with. The song was originally called Killing Heather, but the changed it to avoid too much trouble. He mentions the girl in his autobiography under a different name.
    StillAwakeningon February 27, 2011   Link

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